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New gas furnace and A/C

Posted by KDRidge (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 17, 11 at 9:43

I have recently been quoted for a Goodman gas furnace and A/C at approximately $5800 for replacement in a condo - I wanted some feedback on the cost as well as Goodman products. I would be receiving a 10 year warranty. Your comments are greatly appreciated.


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RE: New gas furnace and A/C

Provide mdl numbers of furnace,AC, and evap coil, thermostat.

And the scope of work involved..


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Thermostat would not be replaced since I replaced four years ago. Furnace and compressor would be replaced.


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5800 for goodman I don't think so.


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Goodman is on the lower end of equipment.... without mdl#'s or specifics I can't comment any farther.


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I was given 56,000 BTU with seer coil 2 ton - 10 yrs parts, 10 yrs labor, 10 year heat exc and 10 year compressor warranties. I have read mixed reviews re: Goodman products - some customers are totally satisfied and others a dissatisfied


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Prices are different with each job and different depending on where you live. If you want to know whether or not it is a good price you need to get other estimates.

Goodman equipment is not the worst out there but it is known for cheap price a lot more than for its quality.


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RE: New gas furnace and A/C

Ridge

Agree with above post. Personally, I would not want or have it.

As a compromise, you might look at similar products from Goodman's sister company Amana generally looked upon as a step up.

Just a thought.

IMO


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There is plenty of equipment that is on the same level or worse than Goodman and Goodman is not all that cheap anymore either.


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My experience lately has been that goodmans price has gone up but quality has stayed the same.... Can you buy one that doesn't have a leaking evap coil in the first 3 years? We made the mistake of putting a bunch them in 3 years ago because the warranty was so good. So far we are about 50/50 on the evaporator coil issue.


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