Westinghouse or Bryant?
Mr. RyanHughes and other learned professionals.
I have lurked here for about three weeks trying to soak up all the information I can about a new air conditioner. I hope you guys can help me with my decision.
First of all,
I am not trying for the tax credit because I cannot afford the systems needed to qualify. Having said that, here's what I am looking at: I have had a load calculation done and it shows that I could use an 80%, 3 ton, 13 seer, 100.000 btu system. Here're the quotes for a Westinghouse and a Bryant system for a 2000 sq. ft. 2 level/split foyer house in Georgia.
Condenser Unit Model# 113RNAO36000
Furnace Model# 310AAV03670
Evaporator Coil Model# CNRVT03617ATA
Condenser Unit Model# ES4BD-036KA
Furnace Model# FGSA-108C-35C
Evaporator Coil Model# C6BH-T36C-B
These are the three things I asked for based on reading this forum. Both systems come with R-410A refrigerant, digital thermostat and a high efficiency air filter as well as a technician that comes highly recommended.
Is there anything else you need to know? I would have thought the Westinghouse system would have been much less than $400 under the Bryant.
Are these good deals or can I do better? I have already turned down a Gibson and a Goodman installer though the price was much less.
Thanks so much.