Mike M

11:12AM | 03/24/00
Member Since: 03/23/00
3 lifetime posts
I live in Southern New Jersey and I am getting quotes on a new 90%+ furnace and
14 SEER C/A plus a Honeywell humidifier. The best quote so far is for Goodman Equipment. I never heard of Goodman, is it good quality, reliable, long lasting?
Also, the furnace is 80,000 BTU, the A/C is 3 ton + a honeywell humidifier. The quote is $3150.00 installed and there is a ten year warranty for parts and labor. Is this a good deal?


04:04AM | 03/25/00
Member Since: 02/19/00
206 lifetime posts
Sounds like a great deal. Goodman is average as far as equipment goes. The warranty is what you should look at. Failure of new eqipment is never welcome and a great warranty is your piece of mind to get you back up and running.


09:43AM | 04/12/00
Member Since: 04/11/00
2 lifetime posts
Goodman is a good utility brand. The problem is that Goodman sells to anyone and everyone so the Goodman dealer will be here today and not here tomorrow. Plus, if there is ever a problem, you'll never be able to talk to the factory or get anything from them. Stick with a brand that teams up with solid dealers. Like Lennox, Carrier or Trane. Comfort and health are too important to buy the cheapest from a marginal dealer. I could have bought a Hyundai for lots less and it even had a longer warranty but I bought a Toyota.


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