Upgrading the old air conditioner involves finding a suitable replacement AC unit that can handle cooling your size home, doesn’t eat into your energy budget, and is reliable. At Direct Air Conditioning, LLC, we offer many quality brands that give customers the service they expect.
Two popular choices amongst many of our customers are Rheem and Goodman. Each is a well-established air conditioning company with a reputation for reliability. But, they do have differences.
Picking the Rheem Brand
Established in 1925, Rheem offers quiet air conditioners with comprehensive warranties. Their products are designed to kick on without you even noticing thanks to sound-dampening technologies. Rheem warranties are also impressive, featuring a selection of coverage, such as:
- 5-year parts warranty
- 10-year conditional parts warranty
- 5-year conditional unit replacement warranty
- 10-year conditional unit replacement warranty
Going for the Goodman Air Conditioning Company
You may have heard of the Amana brand of air conditioners, but did you know that Amana was owned by Goodman? Yep, Goodman manufacturers both brands in the same facilities using the same internal components. The models and ratings of each may be slightly different though. Even better, you can get quality Goodman air conditioners for much less than Amana products. It’s a big part of why people choose their AC units.
Goodman is also known for providing excellent warranty coverage. They start off with a 5-year limited parts warranty, but if you register your AC unit within 60 days of purchase Goodman will double that to a 10-year warranty. They also offer the following warranty options on different models:
- Lifetime compressor limited warranty
- 10-year unit replacement limited warranty
Are you ready to choose your new AC brand from Direct Air Conditioning, LLC? Give us a call or fill out our online contact form to get started. Our Miami HVAC company can explain more about our brands and model options, and provide a free cost estimate for air conditioner installation.
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