One of the most common questions our customers have is how long will it take to install their new central air conditioner. If it’s a standard installation, without any complications or corrective work that needs to be done, it’s almost always a 1-day job. That’s assuming you already have a forced air furnace and the ductwork in your home. If you’re replacing your existing air conditioner with a new ac unit, one day is certainly enough time complete the job.Read More
In Part 1 of our Goodman air conditioner review, we covered the reasons behind the low reliability ratings Goodman ac units received from Consumer Reports. Since most problems with Goodman air conditioners can be traced back to poor quality installations, why is Goodman still the most commonly installed brand?
Are The Problems With Goodman Air Conditioners As Bad As Their Ratings Would Indicate?
When Consumer Reports released their latest rankings of the most reliable air conditioner brands, only York air conditioners were rated lower than the Goodman brand. How is it that Goodman air conditioners, the most commonly installed brand in the U.S., can have such a terrible rating in terms of reliability? Is the quality of Goodman air conditioning units really that bad, or is there more to this story?
How much does a new furnace cost? … or … What’s the price of a new furnace?
Those are the obvious first questions that come to mind for anyone when they find out it’s time to replace their old furnace. Most companies won’t give you even a ballpark price until you meet with one of their salesmen in your home first. If you’ve read our blog much, you already know I think withholding information about furnace prices is a terrible way to treat potential customers.
Understanding Which Features Have The Greatest Impact On The Cost To Replace A Gas Furnace
If you’re shopping for a new furnace, then you may be wondering why nearly every heating contractor in Denver acts like the price to install a new furnace is a matter of national security. There are basically 2 reasons heating contractors won’t give you any info about their furnace prices over the phone: