Goodman Versus Carrier Air Conditioners - Comparing Goodman to Carrier is not a difficult thing to do for an HVAC technician or someone in the HVAC industry. However, comparing premium models from Goodman to Carrier depends on what you are looking for in an air conditioner.
Of course, it is difficult for Goodman to beat Carrier in the SEER department for their premium model air conditioner but there are pluses and minuses for everything. Let’s look at the comparison matrix and then analyze each feature one at a time. (more…)
Goodman GPG15M Package Unit Reviews - Richard, I was wondering if you could give me your technical review on the following unit I am considering purchasing.
The unit is a Goodman. Model GPH15M Packaged Heat Pump, 15 SEER. Also, your opinion on Goodman units in general.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Mike (more…)
Goodman Package Unit Reviews - Goodman package units come configured as heat pump package units, air conditioners with gas furnace package units know as gas packs, and air conditioner package units with optional electric heat and are manufactured for residential and light commercial use. Goodman also offers a heat pump package unit with gas backup heating capabilities technically referred to as dual fuel when you combine a heat pump with gas backup heat. (more…)
Goodman Gas Furnace Reviews – Goodman offers gas furnaces of various efficiency ratings from 80% AFUE to 98% AFUE.
The range of features in various Goodman gas furnace offerings includes many different features. From variable-speed blower motors to multi-speed blower motors. Additionally, from modulation and staging the firing rate in various gas furnaces to single stages in others. Furthermore, electronic control boards with diagnostic abilities for better furnace troubleshooting in others. Lastly, see our Goodman gas furnace reviews model comparison below for more information. (more…)
Goodman Heat Pump Reviews - Consumer Ratings - Goodman offers heat pumps in efficiency ranges from 13 SEER 7.7 HSPF to 19 SEER 10 HSPF. Selected Goodman heat pumps utilize the new R-410A Refrigerant while others use R-22. Before a heat pump leaves the factory Goodman runs tests on all their new heat pumps to ensure quality and reliability. (more…)
Goodman Air Conditioner Reviews - Goodman air conditioners are manufactured at one of their modern high technology facilities in Houston, Texas, Dayton, Tennessee, or Fayetteville, Tennessee. Goodman air conditioning systems are popular because they are economically priced and very competitive in the market today. Goodman offers several models of air conditioners that range from 13 SEER to 19 SEER, and many Goodman air conditioners utilize the new ozone-friendly refrigerant R-410A. Various features of selected air conditioners are: (more…)
Goodman versus Rheem Air Conditioners - The first thing we need to do when comparing a Rheem to a Goodman air conditioning system is to make sure we are comparing similar models with similar features.
Each HVAC manufacturer makes various models from a builder’s grade unit which is usually the HVAC manufacturer’s cheapest model all the way up to the unit that has bells and whistles and some of these have bells and whistles for the bells and whistles. You simply want to make sure you are comparing apples to apples and not an apple to an orange. (more…)
This Goodman 13 SEER Heat Pump condensing unit is a new installation. The inside Goodman air handler attached to the heat pump condenser via line set was also replaced. It was replaced with this new Goodman heat pump. It’s not a good idea to put a new high SEER air conditioner or heat pump condenser without matching it. It should be matched with a properly rated and efficient air handler especially the coil. (more…)
Goodman versus Trane Air Conditioners - The first thing we need to do when comparing a Trane Versus a Goodman air conditioning system is to make sure we are comparing similar models with similar features. Each manufacturer makes various models from a builder’s grade unit, which is usually the HVAC manufacturer’s cheapest model up to the unit that has bells and whistles, and some of these have bells and whistles for the bells and whistles. You want to make sure you are comparing apples to apples and not an apple to an orange.
The next thing we need to do when comparing HVAC equipment is to look at the HVAC contractor installing the equipment. If you get a lousy installer or contractor, forget about the name brand because the HVAC system WILL NOT FUNCTION CORRECTLY and EFFICIENTLY if the installation is shoddy. Also, the unit will not have the same life expectancy, will fail prematurely, and will need replacing sooner than if the HVAC equipment is installed properly in the first place. Out of any buyers advice about air conditioning and heating equipment that someone can give you this is probably the most important part.