Goodman Furnace Repair
Furnace repair, no matter how huge or little, is all second nature to the expert technicians at FurnaceRepair.net. We understand that there’s no good time for a heating unit to break down– that’s why we work rapidly and effectively to get your Goodman gas or electrical furnace or other heating units back up and running.
Contact Us For Furnace Repair Whenever You Need It
The highly recommended techs on Furnace Repair work are 2nd to none when it comes to Goodman gas and electrical furnace repair work and with nationwide coverage, we make certain we can find an experienced service tech in your location fast. To be sure we have a tech in your location see our Service Location page. When a service technician comes out for service, they detect the problem right now.
When they begin the repair work, the tech will stroll you through every step of our procedure and address any concerns you have. Your convenience and satisfaction are what matters most to us, and we do everything we can to make sure both. That’s why in many cases 24-hour emergency situation service is offered– so you know you can call us at (888) 320-3544 to reserve a service whenever you require.
Heater Maintenance That Keeps Systems Running Efficiently All Winter Season Long
The ultimate furnace service is one that helps avoid breakdowns in the very first place. At Furnace Repair work, we recommend regular Goodman heating system maintenance to:
- Maintain energy effectiveness
- Help you save money on energy costs
- Lengthen system lifespan
- Reduce chance for breakdowns
Throughout routine heater maintenance, we assist prevent unneeded wear and tear, and catch issues before they end up being major issues. Inquire about maintenance arrangements, too– this need to cover regular cleanings and supply priority service and more.
Furnace Repair Techs Are Always One Call Away
Whether your Goodman furnace won’t remain on, has a broken blower motor, or your heating system will not turn on, felt confident that our specialists have the important knowledge to recognize the issue with your heater quick and will bring your house back to a comfortable temperature quickly.
No matter what brand name of heating system you have, our experts are ready to assist you fix, maintain or install it. Call us today at (888) 320-3544 or contact us online. We’re only a phone call away.
Brief About Goodman Appliances
Goodman’s founder, Harold V. Goldman, began his HVAC career in 1954 as an air conditioner contractor in Houston, Texas. After establishing himself as a successful contractor, he started Goodman Manufacturing Company L.P. in 1975. Originally, the company focused its manufacturing efforts on plastic blade registers and air ducts, but quickly expanded its product offerings to include some HVAC equipment. In 1982 Goodman expanded again and bought a failing HVAC company’s machinery. From there, Goodman Manufacturing Company L.P. began making heat pumps and air conditioners. 1997 marked another important milestone when Goodman bought Amana.
Fortune 100 company Daikin Industries bought Goodmanin 2012 and invested in its future success by building a state-of-the-art technological campus near Houston that houses all of Goodman’s operations today. Goodman continues to operate as an independent company.
Goodman classifies its gas furnaces by efficiency. Their 90+% AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) furnaces signify that 90+ cents of every energy dollar goes towards heating your home, meaning very few energy dollars are wasted. Meanwhile, the 80+% AFUE means 80 cents of every dollar spent goes towards heating your home.
90+% AFUE furnaces: (GMVM97, GCVM97, GMVC96, GCVC96, GMEC96, GCEC96, GMES96, GCES96, GMES96-U, GMES92, GCSS92, GMSS96, GMSS92, GCSS96)
80% AFUE furnaces: (GMVC80, GCVC80, GMEC80, GCEC80, GMES80, GMES80-U, GCES80, GMS80, GMH8/GDH8, GHS8, GDS8, GME8)
The top energy-efficient features of each furnace include the tubular heat exchanger with wrinkle bend technology and PSC blower. Made from aluminized-steel, the tubular heat exchanger ensures a high degree of durability and transfers heat efficiently. The multi-speed PSC blower uses an electric motor to provide a steady airflow while reducing energy use and noise during operation.