Choices! Bryant, York, something else?
My current furnace & AC is 14 years old. They are Goodman GMP100-3 furnace and Goodman CK30-1B. Till now the furnace has always worked fine. The AC struggles though and can't get down to the set 72 degrees when it is very hot outside. The circuit board on my furnace went and the part is a little over $600. The guy doesn't recommend putting this money into this unit.
I need some advice on what to get. If I replace the furnace, it's my understanding that I should do the AC at the same time. My home is a 2 story with basement, about 2000 sq. ft. I live near Cincinnati where we have a fair amount of cold weather.
What type of furnace/AC do you recommend?
Two prices I seen advertised were for:
York TM9X and YCJF for $5995 or
Bryant 353 and 116A for $6600
Would you do either of these or is there something in the same price range you think is better?
Do either of these require changes in ductwork (or whatever) from what I already have?