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A brand new Goodman/Amana A/C was installed in my home in 2011. The condens
A brand new Goodman/Amana A/C was installed in my home in 2011. The condenser coil leaked and had to be replaced in 2012. In 2014, coil leaked; it was patched and freon recharged. In 2015, freon leaked, was now attributed to the evaporator coil. In the four years since the new unit was installed, I have spent over $1000 for labor replacing BOTH coils and freon recharges. Basically, the product is a piece of junk and major parts need to be replaced - not anyone expects of a new equipment. Is there collusion between the manufacturer and the A/C service provider: one sells product that should be pulled from the market, the other recommend the product and makes money by labor charges?
Published: August 19, 2015
Caroline of Tampa, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

8 year unit, installed in a new house in 2013, Houston TX. 5 Ton. The coil
8 year unit, installed in a new house in 2013, Houston TX. 5 Ton. The coil was broken in 2017, had to replace it. This year 2021 the condenser had leaks EVERYWHERE! This was installed in a new built home. My husband passed away suddenly 2 days before the day of the closing back in 2013, and I had no time or clear head to learn about warranties. The crooked contractor never registered the unit under my name, and therefore when it broke this year I could not claim any warranty. Laws in Texas only benefit corporations but not the individuals. The manufacturers will give better price to contractors with licenses, and higher prices to home owners.If you own your house, make sure you register any device you buy under your name, specially if you are a lady, try to avoid service companies to buy devices. Most contractors (installers, distributors, repair companies) in Texas are vultures, awful rats, they will take your money and never disclose the real price they get from manufacturers. Goodman ethics sucks, same as the contractor JDS (David Sanabria) in Houston. For HVAC units save yourself aggravation and pain: Go with RHEEM, Bryant or Carrier.
Published: July 1, 2021
A333 of Houston, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a house in April 2019. The house has been remodeled including a ne
I bought a house in April 2019. The house has been remodeled including a new a/c unit which the guy who flipped the house Installed. Goodman has not worked with me on warranty. I have replaced the capacitor 2x in 5 months for a 2018 a/c unit.
Published: November 22, 2020
Aimee of Lockhart, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

(8-20-15) Our house had a Lennox heat pump system that came with a new hous
(8-20-15) Our house had a Lennox heat pump system that came with a new house made in 2006. It nearly broke me financially with repairs and the straw broke when my family was on the cold side during last winter. I called Recker and Boerger this year and they gave us a bid on a brand-new GOODMAN 16 SEER 4-ton unit armed with a scroll compressor, matching variable air handler, 5-year parts and labor warranty on the entire unit, 10-year parts after the 5 years is up, and a LIFETIME scroll compressor replacement guarantee in the event that the compressor fails for any reason--providing it stays at the same house it was installed in. I explained in great detail to the R&B salesman that my family had been through hell with winter and repair costs and we really needed some good service.This Goodman unit we got installed is fabulous. Its quiet, powerful and it slowly brings up the air speed in the house and slowly reduces to almost not notice it. The outdoor 4-ton unit is quiet enough for people to carry a conversation without missing a single pronunciation...its that quiet! Please do yourself a favor and take the time to tell your installing contractor and they will come through for you like they did us. Make it personal, get to know them a little by offering some lunch (pizza and pop) like we did, and they will do a PERFECT JOB for you...providing they have the ability.Our final cost was that they took off 3% of the price (paid cash with a 401K loan) and they threw in a free HEPA whole house filtration system and half off of a forced air HVAC humidifier. I saved ~$600 + I got back $200 from Duke Energy for a qualifying energy saving system!!! Win, win, win. People, we love this unit and my wife thinks I am a superhero now. Everybody is happy and the contractors left with a full belly and a thank you. Take care of people and they will take care of you.
Published: August 22, 2015
Chris of Pleasant Plain, OH
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I am joining a long list of dissatisfied Goodman a/c unit customers. My wif
I am joining a long list of dissatisfied Goodman a/c unit customers. My wife and I purchased our home in 2012 with Goodman units installed. Almost immediately after moving into my new home one of the units experienced problems cooling one of the floors of my home. It took 5 service repair visits to uncover a defect in the unit which ultimately was repaired. Fast forward 5 years, around the time the warranty ended and we began experiencing problems with one of the other units. We were advised that the coil inside the unit had gone bad and had to be replaced. I contacted Goodman and they advised that even though it had only been a few months since my 5 year warranty expired, they would not replace the coil. Too bad, tough luck. I would implore anyone reading this to not purchase Goodman products or have them installed in newly constructed home.
Published: October 9, 2017
Kevin of Varina, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I had a gas leak the first season (2011). I went without heat for one month
I had a gas leak the first season (2011). I went without heat for one month as the Gas Company kept turning off my Goodman unit. Dayton Services tech came out 4 times but could find nothing. A neighbor found the leak and they came out and fixed it as I had taken a picture of the leak. Next season the Amana a/c went out and Freon put in. Skipped a season and next year the a/c went out again and capacitor and freon added. Skipped a season and same thing again--Freon and capacitor. I am 83 and didnt want to go through the heat and bought a window unit in anticipation of next breakdown in summer 2018. I called and wrote Goodman (in Houston) along with pages of documentation. No response. Mainly sarcasm. No response from Dayton. Paid $5,000 for the unit. Im supposed to have 10-year warranty and service!
Published: January 30, 2018
Alice of Round Rock, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

AC heater air handler unit - When installed my house flooded. Phoned the in
AC heater air handler unit - When installed my house flooded. Phoned the installer, I did everything correctly. Phoned Goodman company, was told if I can wait a month they will send someone to look at it. This is right after installation. They said he did not unplug something so it was emptying in the house - my house is carpeted, its in the kitchen/dining room, living room and passageway to the bedrooms dripping wet. He came, said it was fixed. Used it for a month, and it was not used for 2 years. Now its flooding again and its freezing up above the filter. Turned off for a week and tried again - frozen. Thawed it out and just turned it off. This unit is a piece of crap and Goodman should be closed. I had a Trane for 20 years no problem and lightning hit the compressor. So after him pressuring me to change the unit for nearly $4,000 dollars, I got ripped off. Wish I had all the information on this unit but its mislaid. Will try and locate.
Published: August 23, 2015
Joanne of Middleburg, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have purchased a total of 8 Goodman units for my rentals and my home. I h
I have purchased a total of 8 Goodman units for my rentals and my home. I have a lot of problems with seven of them. The coils needed to be replaced on all of them and the relay boards. The parts were under warranty but the labor and freon was a great cost to us. We had most of the problems within a year and a half after they were installed... I have never had such a bad experience with a/c units... Never again will I buy Goodman.
Published: February 18, 2016
mezare of Cape Coral, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Ours is a 2010 Goodman heat pump. We were never told we needed to register
Ours is a 2010 Goodman heat pump. We were never told we needed to register it so now we have no warranty at all. We just paid $1475 to replace the compressor and now the motor on the fan has gone out. I am not happy at all. The same company who installed it are doing the repairs.
Published: June 6, 2016
Kim of Phenix City, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This unit replaced our old gravity heat furnace. What a difference! We neve
This unit replaced our old gravity heat furnace. What a difference! We never had AC before and its awesome. Minnesota summers dont last long but get really muggy. The winters are also more comfortable with a good heating system instead of heat floating to the ceiling from the registers.
Published: June 8, 2020
Shelley of Minneapolis, MN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Goodman central air conditioner in 2009. Since that purchase
I purchased a Goodman central air conditioner in 2009. Since that purchase I have had to change the inside coils within 4 yrs and numerous service calls. Last year June of 2013, there was a leak on the inside coils and it cost me 400.00 labor and prior to that I spent 350.00 to diagnose the problem. Now it is Sept 2014, the air compressor locked up and failed, now the warranty expired in 5 yrs. I am looking at a replacement cost of at least 1400.00, but Goodman honored the warranty because it was expired by 2 days. Next week Sept 15 the coils in the unit leaked, the technicians tried to repaired it but could not. I had to purchase a new unit for 1450.00
Published: September 15, 2014
ethel of Columbus, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

When we built a new house it came with a Goodman unit. Less than two years
When we built a new house it came with a Goodman unit. Less than two years and the house is not cooling during the summer months in Arizona. A tech has been out 6 times already to change our compressor and TX valve and its still not working. At this point I dont know what to do. Very upset that a brand new HVAC unit already failed.
Published: July 13, 2016
Mark of Gilbert, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased a Goodman 16 seer a/c unit and air handler. The motor in air hand
Purchased a Goodman 16 seer a/c unit and air handler. The motor in air handler failed in less than 3 months. Had to pay $200.00 additional labor to have it replaced. Very poor quality control. Now very worried what will go out next. Took a week to get new motor in 90 plus Florida heat. Highly recommend you not buy Goodman product.
Published: September 22, 2021
Edward of Jacksonville, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

WE had the unit installed # GMH95GCH95GCH9. This is about 5 years ago. At f
WE had the unit installed # GMH95GCH95GCH9. This is about 5 years ago. At first it ran fine then one day it quit. The installer had me look for the red light, throw the little hole in the top center part of the unit. The light was blinking and he wanted to know the pattern. All it did was a steady blink. Then we turned off the power and turned it on and the furnace worked. We have been doing this for a couple of years. It is the only way we can heat the house. Is there anybody in Beaverton who could make this unit run like it should?
Published: November 15, 2014
Walter of Beaverton, OR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

17.5 SEER 3 Ton unit, ComfortBridge Technology, Honeywell 9000 Thermostat (
17.5 SEER 3 Ton unit, ComfortBridge Technology, Honeywell 9000 Thermostat (Total Connect Online/Smartphone AC Management), 10 year Extended Labor Warranty through Goodman, 15 feet of ductwork replaced in the attic, all City permits and State tax included. Excellent local company found on the Goodman Website.
Published: November 19, 2020
pickhvac.com Pompano Beach FL
Source: pickhvac.com

Evaporator coil went bad after 3.5 years (known issue) with Goodman search
Evaporator coil went bad after 3.5 years (known issue) with Goodman search the web for complaints. I have a 10 year warranty after fighting with Goodman on registering the unit for a new house. My HVAC guy files for warranty. The approval took a week then it took Goodman another week to inform as to COVID19 we are backed logged and dont know when the part will be in stock.Given the amount of people who have the same issue with Goodman one would expect Goodman to have this part in the warehouses. Sadly no warehouses have the part and what was in stock as to the known issue with summer starting those in stock were taken. I have never seen an HVAC system have this issues after 3.5 years. My parents had an Amana hvac from 1980s which was replaced in 1999 that ran with no issues which came with the house. After my 10 year warranty now 7 years left is done if I have issues I will get a Trane with spending the extra money so I do not have to worry about odd issues occurring.
Published: June 17, 2020
Agam of Little Elm, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a Goodman AC unit that is barely 2 years old. Back in November 2017
I have a Goodman AC unit that is barely 2 years old. Back in November 2017 my coil went bad and lost all coolant. Had to wait almost 2 months for a new coil since it was on backorder. The new coil was installed in January of 2018. Roughly a month later, the float switch died and had to be replaced. A week or two later, the blower died. This also had to be replaced. It is now June of 2018 and the six months old coil is leaking AGAIN! It will cost around 800 dollars to fix AGAIN! Since both coils failed and caused the air handler to freeze up, I now have water damage in the air handler cabinet. Mold is now growing and had to be removed. The air handler cabinet will have to be replaced as well since the insulation is now damaged. With this new repair, I will be $2,000 dollars in the hole on a 2 year old system.Goodman seems like they have poor quality control for their systems and refuse to help. I called the manufacturer and they blame the installation company and to contact the distributor about any complaints. Since the parts keep failing, I would say its the manufacturers fault, not an installation company or distributor. They also have poor customer service. The person I called was Debbie. She was very rude and not helpful at all. She seemed like she didnt want to hear my complaint and not help me. She told us to call the distributor and that was it.With poor quality control and poor customer service, I would have to say this is, by far the worst company I have had to deal with and never will again. Reading all the reviews on here, I am starting to consider legal action against GOODMAN. There has to be some laws protecting consumers against such practices that GOODMAN conducts.
Published: June 6, 2018
Jeremy of Auburndale, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased an HVAC system in 2013, which broke before it was even 2 years
I purchased an HVAC system in 2013, which broke before it was even 2 years old! The repairman mentioned that he had to completely refill the refrigerant because it had all leaked out. He said that it leaked out because the units factory weld joint was faulty, causing the refrigerant to leak out. He mentioned that this absolutely should not happen to a system that is this new. He mentioned that I should contact Goodman for reimbursement. I contacted customer service, who asked that I submit a letter with the serial number of the unit and a copy of the repair bill for reimbursement. I received a reply via letter, which was very obviously a canned response, telling me the same thing I was told on the phone, that the warranty does not cover refrigerant, labor, etc. Only parts. The company stated in the letter, It is impossible to predict the life of any one part. That tells me that the design, test, and quality assurance divisions are severely lacking. Goodman obviously does not care about its products or customers. Im still waiting on a return call from customer service.
Published: May 21, 2015
Mara of Va, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We got what we were told was a top of the line Goodman HVAC natural gas uni
We got what we were told was a top of the line Goodman HVAC natural gas unit. It was installed this September (2019). All was well until it got cold and we turned on the heat. Gas smells arose from the floor heating vents. It doesnt happen all the time but there are great bursts of gas intermittently. And -- get this-- our carbon monoxide detector started beeping. We were so naive that we thought the detector was broken and replaced it. Then the new one started going off! We called the installer. They came out and could detect no leak from the outside unit. It was discovered that there was a gap where the unit had slipped off the base. They fixed that. We were hoping that meant the problem was solved. Nope. The gas smell in the vent is even stronger. Im told that means the heat convector is cracked or broken or defective. This is a brand new unit. What the hell?
Published: December 12, 2019
Terry of Tallahassee, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We built our house in 2013 and replaced the compressor 5 times in 8 yrs. We
We built our house in 2013 and replaced the compressor 5 times in 8 yrs. We now changed brands and completely changed everything, compressor, air handler, etc. Our builder was kind enough to replace until we changed brands. Cost us over 4k.
Published: July 18, 2021
Bobbie of Williston, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In 2020, I purchased a 16 SEER Air Conditioning unit and a cased evaporator
In 2020, I purchased a 16 SEER Air Conditioning unit and a cased evaporator coil after the coils on my old Carrier unit (which I loved) failed due to age. Since the new coil required an updated refrigerant, I decided to replace the AC unit as well. The installation went smoothly, and the unit (although failing to cool quite as well as its predecessor) has been functioning without issue. Fast forward to last weekend, when I received a letter from Goodman, stating that they were issuing a voluntary recall on their evaporator coil drain pans (“under abnormal conditions, the drain pans may overheat, deform and melt, posing a fire hazard”). Of course, whenever I see the words “fire hazard”, I sit up and take notice. I immediately contacted Goodman and found out that my unit was affected. Initially, I was impressed that they quickly sent out a replacement kit - which took only a couple of days to arrive at my home. But unfortunately, my experience has accelerated downhill from there. Goodman provides their own technicians to effect these types of repairs - apparently because these dealers are willing to complete the job at a rock bottom price. As a homeowner, I have specific vendors that I have trusted over the years who know me and my home, and I would prefer to have the repairs effected by the HVAC company that has performed my service for many years. Goodman does allow for these “third-party” repair preferences, and my HVAC company was able to price out the job. Unfortunately, when they filed their claim with Goodman, they determined that only a nominal amount would be disbursed, and that the balance (which was over $600) would have to be covered at my expense. Think: “You totaled your $40,000 vehicle, and the insurance company is only prepared to issue you a check for $20,000”. Since discovering that I am on the hook for $600+ in order for Goodman’s problematic part to be repaired correctly (and which I would think they would want to avoid fixing “on the cheap”, since they apparently didn’t get the original design correct in the first place), I have tried every avenue I could think of to avoid having to foot such a large bill myself: 1. I talked to my HVAC company to determine if there was any way they could affect the repair for less. Nope. Replacing the pan will require removing that coil, and that’s a two-man job. 2. I called Goodman’s recall department (which - although staffed by friendly people - is really just a call center). They said they couldn’t help and directed me to the main Goodman number. 3. I called the main Goodman number and was told that they have technicians that have agreed to the rock bottom “you get what you pay for” price, and that if I don’t want to use one of those, I’ll have to pay the difference myself. Gives new meaning to the term “paying customer”. 4. I asked what this rock bottom price was. After a brief hold, I was told that Goodman cannot release the actual amount of the rock bottom price. 5. I asked to speak to a supervisor. After some recalcitrance, I was finally connected with said supervisor, who rendered the same explanation. In essence: “You have to use one of our techs-who-you-have-knowledge-of-and-cannot-vouch-for-the-quality-of-their-work-and-oh-by-the-way-they’ve-agreed-to-do-the-repair-for-the-rock-bottom-price-that-we-won’t-tell-you-what-it-is or else you must pay the difference yourself”. 6. After thinking about things, I decided to try to vet their list of vendors to see if I could indeed go with one of them. I called Goodman back and was immediately told that Goodman doesn’t release the names of these vendors. “You can go to our website for a list of certified Goodman vendors, but there’s no guarantee that the one you call is the one that has agreed to do the repair. And oh, by the way, our process is not for you to call them. They will contact you when they are able to fit you in to the 500,000+ repairs that have to be made”. Needless to say, at this point, frustration levels were through the roof. Continuing... 7. I opened the Goodman website and found a list of certified vendors - scrolling through them and using the point-and-click method, coupled with “they have a nice sounding name” to pick one at random. I found a vendor after a few minutes, checked their reviews (they were good), and called. I was immediately connected to a receptionist who promptly dropped my call. I called back, got the same receptionist, and was able to talk for about 30 seconds before she dropped my call again. 8. I called a second vendor and was told that they weren’t sure whether or not they did Goodman recall repairs. They would get back with me once their service manager had an opportunity. No call came that day. 9. I called my home warranty company to see if they could help with my $600+ passed-along-to-customer cost. They were very nice, and nicely told me that my warranty does not cover manufacturer recalls. So, that pretty much brings the saga up-to-date. I absolutely loathe feeling so defeated, and have pretty much resigned myself to paying $600+ to correctly repair Goodman’s defective manufacturer part. This was my first Goodman unit, and - one thing I can absolutely promise - it will definitely be my last.
Published: April 5, 2022
L of Schenectady, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Well the Goodman HVAC unit is 3 years old and 2 coils down and now a compre
Well the Goodman HVAC unit is 3 years old and 2 coils down and now a compressor. These are clearly pieces of junk. Do not buy them. Its a shame that even with a parts warranty, I will have more money in labor in 3 years than the unit cost me to begin with. Not to mention burning up in the heat of summer. Junk Period!
Published: July 24, 2018
Carl of Hillsboro, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I own several houses and have had several Goodman HVAC systems (mainly heat
I own several houses and have had several Goodman HVAC systems (mainly heat pumps) installed. Its turning out to be a nightmare; chickens are coming home to roost! Its the same thing on nearly all of them--- leaking coils! After reading all these other reviews I am very worried!
Published: March 3, 2017
Robert of Greenville, SC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Had a Goodman heat pump installed. It did not lower our bills like we expec
Had a Goodman heat pump installed. It did not lower our bills like we expected and were told. It leaked freon every year, but Goodman would not honor the warranty because the installer had evidently not turned in a registration form. The unit was a lemon and we were told it would cost more to start replacing components than to get a new one.
Published: June 26, 2020
Michael of Tempe, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Our old Rheem furnace died after 21 years of service, and we decided to try
Our old Rheem furnace died after 21 years of service, and we decided to try a Goodman gas furnace. As far as heating is concerned, the furnace heats evenly keeping the house warm, and it does so without making any noise which is very convenient. This furnace had saved us about $100 on our gas bills as compared to when we used the Rheem. If our Goodman furnace lasts long enough, we won’t hesitate to buy and stick to this brand. We love it so far.
Published: October 20, 2020
pickhvac.com Eugene, OR
Source: pickhvac.com

I have an Amana furnace that just had the heat exchanger fail. It was letti
I have an Amana furnace that just had the heat exchanger fail. It was letting life threatening amounts of CO into our home. It was still under warranty. My HVAC contractor contacted the distributor who said the exchanger was no longer made but offered a replacement Goodman. I was advised by contractor to ask for an Amana because Goodman heat exchangers do not last in Propane service. I offered to pay any price difference. The distributor said he would have to call the factory and get back to me in 2 days. I advised him I was without heat at 18F. He said he would call back with an answer the next morning. Never received a call so I called back at the end of the day. He was rude and put off and told me, I guess you should have just taken the Goodman. I asked to speak with his supervisor and he refused. I have since called Goodman directly 2 times and have just been given the run around. You can only speak with a random operator who just takes some your information and you never hear back from anyone. It has been 1 week with no answers and still no heat. Thanks Goodman for a substandard product and the worst customer service I have ever experienced.
Published: November 20, 2014
john of Chardon, OH
Source: consumeraffairs.com

On 6/7/19, my 11 year old Goodman Furnace had a near catastrophic overheati
On 6/7/19, my 11 year old Goodman Furnace had a near catastrophic overheating which melted the main control board and ruined the entire interior of the furnace with a putrid smelling black carbon dust. After sending photographs and a detailed report from the professional installer, who has only seen such a near fire twice in his 30 year career, I was told by Senior Management, “There is nothing we can do since you are 12 months out of warranty”!After discovering that Goodman had underreported major fire issues with other products in the past and was fined by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, I have decided that I want nothing to do with this company and their utter dismissal of my complaint and request for some assistance with a completely unreasonable $4,000 expense. This highly dangerous and unusual failure of a product without any company empathy or concern, after a vigorous outreach on my part, warrants this review and a refusal for anyone who is considering putting their lives in this company’s hands, to enrich this multi-billion dollar company any further.
Published: June 21, 2019
Stuart of New York, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Our house has two HVAC units. Had both air conditioners replaced just under
Our house has two HVAC units. Had both air conditioners replaced just under two years ago. The coil from the bigger unit cracked, and all the refrigerant leaked out. The warranty covered the part, the cheapest item of the repair. The warranty did NOT cover the labor or the $1500 worth of refrigerant that leaked. What a gyp. Its not like we did anything out of character. We paid a certified installer to install a new unit. Air conditioners use refrigerant. If the unit breaks, the refrigerant leaks out. This should be covered. The treatment from Goodman (also known as Diakin) is that if you pay to have brakes installed on your car, and the brakes fail causing your car to get totaled, Goodman will pay for new brakes, but not to have them installed, or to have the car repaired or replaced, saying were terribly sorry our brakes failed, but the rest of the car, well, thats just incidental, we wont cover you, thats on you.This gets worse. I posted a review on their website. They emailed me asking for more information. They emailed me back asking me to call. I called. They found my warranty, but had no idea why I was told to call. The lady said it must have been our media team. And that was it! Oh yeah, I checked, they removed my negative review from their website. On top of that, they obviously manipulate their reviews. In addition to removing mine, they left another review that gave one star, but talked about how Goodman made the best unit every. Cant even own up to their mistakes. I will not make the mistake with Goodman again. Our furnaces are probably going to go in the next few years, certainly will avoid Goodman and Diakin.
Published: March 16, 2022
Alex of Swedesboro, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Nov 21, 2019 Warranty with lots of loopholes. I have bought a few Goodman f
Nov 21, 2019 Warranty with lots of loopholes. I have bought a few Goodman furnaces in the last few years. I flip houses for a living and have rentals. I used to think they were a good value. Just had some warranty issues with 2 units.! Four years old bad induced draft motor. And plugged heat exchanger. The second one 5 years old bad blower motor. I called Goodman about both units and they would not honor either warranty. If you do buy one make sure it is registered and the date it was made not just installed. And when I took another look at the warranty it is not covered if bought on the internet. I currently am talking to a few attorneys about their warranty practice and what can be done. I will never buy a Goodman or Dykin Ever again.
Published: November 21, 2019
ROBERT of Vandalia, MI
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Seems like I have a common problem with several consumers that have purchas
Seems like I have a common problem with several consumers that have purchased a Goodman HVAC system. I built my house in 2009 and the builder installed 2 units, upper and lower. Every year I experienced issues with both units. We had to replace the coils and fan in the lower unit, we have to add Freon every year, $500+ because the units stop cooling. Ive spent well over $3000 for parts and labor. Now, looks like the upper unit continues to fail and the Goodman customer service department acts like the company has no concern for a resolution. My warranty expired after 5 years, because I too never received registration papers for an extended warranty.
Published: July 28, 2016
Frank of Mooresville, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased this unit from a local contractor and have had 3 problems with
I purchased this unit from a local contractor and have had 3 problems with it since installation. I had installer fix the first issue which he told me they would not charge me for. Unit was installed horizontally in attic and installers didnt know that when unit is installed this way condensation builds up in tube which wont allow heat to start up.Their employees are totally incompetent since they never glued PVC vent and exhaust piping through roof. Primed but never glued. Stick a piece of pipe in and thats done. Crooked coming out the roof, which I had to have repaired with the unglued pieces of pipe. Im afraid to check and see if they at least glued the pipe that holds condensation as that will eventually leak in time if that was also improperly installed. Now I had to have flame sensor replaced and unit is only 3 years old. Goodbye to Mensers Heating and Cooling and Goodman products.
Published: October 28, 2016
dennis of Wall, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a Goodman M acvolt8/ 208/233 unit when I bought my module home Feb
I bought a Goodman M acvolt8/ 208/233 unit when I bought my module home Feb 2015. This came as a package deal. I have had to have a local authorized dealer out three times because the air conditioner will not work. Leak found at filter dryer and piston meter device. There is a clog in the system in the area of the clog. The unit was completely frozen. There was no Freon in the system. This system is LESS than two years old. The repairman also noted that the ductwork was not the proper size for the unit we have. I need to have the unit completely replaced and have the proper ductwork put in or I will continue to have this problem. Since the AC/HEATING unit came as a package deal through Taylor Made Homes and Destiny manufacturer I had no choice in what company they used.
Published: December 17, 2016
thelma of Hudson, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

If I could rebuild my house and choose a better heating system - I would. G
If I could rebuild my house and choose a better heating system - I would. Goodman is absolutely terrible! Had our home for 3 years and had 3 major repairs done on the unit. Whats really frustrating is the lack of parts. Whoopie - the parts are under warranty. However, labor is still outrageous and it take 3 - 5 weeks to get the part! Unexplainable! This has happened 3 different times now. It is now 16 degrees outside and we have been without a heater for 3 weeks. This type of support - or lack of support is criminal!
Published: January 22, 2016
kurt of Vass, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Heat pump 4 years old - spent 2500$ in repairs already. The very first year
Heat pump 4 years old - spent 2500$ in repairs already. The very first year, we had to replace the condenser, the second year, the coils, the third year we have had to replace the tubing soldering. The parts are warranty but the labor is not, it has costs us 800 to 900 dollars a year. We have called Goodman and they say, the parts are under warranty but we are responsible for the labor to repair these parts. I have asked that extend our warranty or replace the unit. I can get no help. There is no logical reason for the major items in a brand new unit purchased in 2013 have so many bad parts. Customer service is HORRIBLE, no help at all. Registered 4/9/13, Serial #1210586748, Model gph1348h41, Dealers name Connells heating and A/C.
Published: April 6, 2018
Donna of Tallahassee, FL
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I am a licensed HVAC/R contractor who has been in the field for 30+ years w
I am a licensed HVAC/R contractor who has been in the field for 30+ years who installs all makes and models. These last two years selling Goodman products has been very very stressful. In particular the build quality is super cheap and flimsy and their quality control is extremely poor. Ive installed 30 gas furnaces in the last year and 10 of them all had wiring issues such as Molex plugs with uncrimped connections. The wires were not even stripped back and also the female spade terminals were poorly attached causing me to waste my time to fix their poorly assembled units. The last straw was I installed a brand new 80000 BTU 92% furnace for a very good customer of mine and it hasnt worked right since it had been installed. Now mind you this is not any fault of installation but fault of Goodman instead.The gas valve was dead on arrival so I thought, Ah. No big deal. Ill just go ahead and replace the gas valve. Things happen, I thought to my self. Well, in goes the new gas valve still not operating so then Im looking at a new replacement circuit board and now Im furious and the customers not too happy either. So go the new board installed. Didnt fix the issue either. Now Im fighting with customer service who is useless by the way and unwilling to help me resolve the issues. The customer service manager was dodging my phone calls and wouldnt return any of my calls. I didnt want an unhappy customer and wanted them to have heat so I removed that pile of junk and put in a New York furnace. Fired up beautifully. No problems and now the customers happy. But Ill tell you Im happy that the customers happy but Im not happy with Goodman. Please whoever reads this refuse Goodman products. They suck. They dont care about you or me and they are not cheap to buy either. Do yourself a favor and buy a quality brand and not this cheaply made trash. It made me look bad to the customer installing a brand new unit that should have had zero problems but ended up hurting me financially as I had to buy the customer a new furnace because they wouldnt help or even refund me for this defective unit. Hopefully they go out of business selling shoddy equipment to us honest hardworking Americans like us. I will never recommend or sell Goodman ever again and will spread the word. Have a blessed day.
Published: March 19, 2019
Greg of Colonia, NJ
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I had an old furnace, but it stopped functioning during the last winter. I
I had an old furnace, but it stopped functioning during the last winter. I decided to try a Goodman furnace as recommended by one of my brothers. The GCVM96 model heats my house quick, and my gas bills have gone down by a noticeable margin. I am yet to do any repairs on this model, and I don’t expect to do any repairs soon. If I am to buy again, I will, of course, buy Goodman again although the prices are a bit high.
Published: November 20, 2020
pickhvac.com Seattle, WA
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In 2011, I had two Goodman split units (upstairs and downstairs) installed.
In 2011, I had two Goodman split units (upstairs and downstairs) installed. With minor parts calls, for the most part they have worked OK. I purchased Goodman Goodcare Extended Warranties (10 year) coverage on parts and labor. It is Oct 2019 (8 years of operation) and the main floor outside unit 3.5 ton unit compressor failed. The largest HVAC vendor (also a Goodman dealer) in the area will only cover the parts but not honor the labor warranty. The answer back is that Goodman is either slow or never reimburses the dealers/vendors on labor and so the vendors wont honor it. I called Goodman for other HVAC vendors to call. From the list they provided of vendors, two are no longer in business, and the other says they will not honor the labor warranty either. :(
Published: October 4, 2019
K of Soddy Daisy, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

After only 2 years, the 3 ton a/c and heating unit needed service and Freon
After only 2 years, the 3 ton a/c and heating unit needed service and Freon added. Now, after only 10 months, the unit once again is not cooling. The initial diagnosis was that it needed more freon, not it needs a new condenser. I will never, ever buy another Goodman and if you are smart, neither should you. A $4000 unit should at least give you carefree service for 5 years more. I am going to contact Goodman and see what they have to offer.
Published: February 15, 2018
Anthony of Jensen Beach, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I just got my furnace 2 years ago and the air went out, and now the furnace
I just got my furnace 2 years ago and the air went out, and now the furnace is not working. I am a senior citizen with 2 grandkids living with me. I am now using space heaters trying to keep the family warm during this cold time. We live in STL and I am willing to pay for the part but I dont see where you have the part in stock, B1282628S. What a Christmas! Can you help me?
Published: December 16, 2016
Barbara of St. Louis, MO
Source: consumeraffairs.com

First of all, Im not the type to write a review every time I experience som
First of all, Im not the type to write a review every time I experience something or go on YELP every time I go to a restaurant. Actually this is my first time ever writing a review. But this experience has really gotten under my skin. My Goodman gas furnace went out last Saturday. I am a mechanic by trade and have worked on many RV gas furnaces so of course I checked it out myself. I took the cover off of the unit and figured out in a few minutes that the problem was that the squirrel cage was in a bind. Therefore not able to spin to push hot air through the duct because the cage was laying against the shroud that the motor and cage sits in. And what had caused this was that one of the brackets supporting the motor had broken a weld. Apparently, it had been running this way for a while because the bearings in the motor were shot. So, even if the bracket was rewelded the problem wouldnt be cured because the bearings are shot making the motor shaft tilt which the cage rides on. Therefore the outcome would be the same. So I called Goodman and of course they were closed on weekends. Which is understandable. Monday I called and after getting forwarded to 3 different people I finally reached someone in the warranty department. I gave them the model and serial number and they said that the unit was under warranty because it is only 2 years old. Well, thats good I thought to myself. But, this is the kicker. I explained the problem, which is very simple I thought. But they wouldnt take my word for it. I was told that I had to call a professional that was a Goodman dealer to check it out so they {THE DEALER} could call it in and order the part. So I had to call a heating & air company and pay them a service call and labor just to tell me the same thing that I already knew. That was all done on Monday. Later that day the heating & air company called and told me that the order was placed and ordered. But I would be responsible for the shipping, which I dont agree with. I asked when I should expect the new parts. They said probably Friday. The parts were coming from Texas, which should be a 4 day delivery time, since Im in NC. Meanwhile the temperature is in the 30s cause its January. You would think that they would rush delivery the parts. Its now the following Saturday and still no parts and Im still without heat. I went and bought an electric heater but it only heats one room. Hindsight I would have been better off buying the parts online for less money but Goodman wouldnt give me the part number for the part I need. Now Ive spend $150.00 for the service call and labor and I expect the shipping to be at least $50.00. Not counting the $120.00 electric heater I had to buy. So much for WARRANTY... I am very unsatisfied with the GOODMAN products and even more with the customer service. Needless to say the next house I build will not have anything GOODMAN in it.
Published: January 16, 2016
Jordy of Otto, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Since we bought our NEW Goodman A/C unit 5 ton in 2010, its been nothing bu
Since we bought our NEW Goodman A/C unit 5 ton in 2010, its been nothing but trouble. Leaks freon, had it repaired 6 times and now no heater. DO NOT BUY THIS CRAP. Goodman will not help you, just give you runaround. Very BAD Company. They should be ashamed.
Published: December 29, 2015
Rick of Proria, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Goodman ductless mini split heat pump. It was installed by a
I purchased a Goodman ductless mini split heat pump. It was installed by a professional installer. The compressor stopped working after about 5 years and 2 months. Assuming the unit had a 10 year warranty, I contacted the company. Upon doing so, the customer seemed to enjoy telling me that the unit only had a 5 year warranty. I then attempted to contact a company to repair the unit, and found it difficult to find a company that worked on the Goodman brand. I was advised that Goodman was not a good unit and it would be less expensive to replace it with a Mitsubishi unit, which I intend to do. I will never do business with Goodman again.
Published: February 11, 2018
Jackie of Chattanooga, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I selected a Goodman 5-ton heat pump unit with a variable speed fan system
I selected a Goodman 5-ton heat pump unit with a variable speed fan system in 2011 for a large insulated shop that I own. It was installed by a licensed installer that also is a dealer for Goodman and also does commercial installations for McDonalds, Burger King, etc. 3.5 years later in 2015, the evaporator coils failed. It was a leak deep inside the coils. Pure manufacturing defect. Goodman warrantied the coils, but of course not the $800 in installation and refrigerant costs. Roll forward 3.5 more years and the evaporator coils failed again. Goodman wont replace them, even though it is CLEARLY a manufacturing defect, because replacement coils only have a 1-year warranty. Hmmm. I wonder why that is? Their warranty speaks volumes on what they think of the quality of their product. Customer support tried to help me, but their hands were tied. They did try to blame the installer and that it could have been an improper installation issue. Again, the leak is deep inside the coil array. It seems that the coils are manufactured in such a way that they are rubbing on each other inside the array. Goodman wont admit it, but they know they have an issue when they only offer a 1-year warranty on the replacement coils. That being said, Im driving into Austin today to pick up a new set of replacement coils for $700. Ill be forking over another $500+ for installation and refrigerant. If they fail again, I will happily pay whatever it takes to completely replace the Goodman. I own 7 other properties with different brand heat-pump HVAC systems.The American Standard on my home (11 years old) and the Bryant (5 years old) on a rental house have performed flawlessly. BTW, I have an Electrical Engineering degree with 33 years experience working for a manufacturing company in customer support and development. I know bad product, bad warranties, and bad customer support when I see it.
Published: June 27, 2018
Chris of Kingsland, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I had an Amana 2 ton hvac gas pack for 18 years, never had a problem, never
I had an Amana 2 ton hvac gas pack for 18 years, never had a problem, never cleaned, never serviced. The unit had to be replaced in 2006 and was a problem from day one! The unit would not cool like the old one, the unit was supposed the same as I had before. I spent $3,900.00 in repairs with everything in the unit being replaced, including the compressor. Goodman did not offer any help! They even called one service technician and said I wasnt happy with him, when the fact of the matter was he could not figure out what was wrong!The unit would run continually all day long with the thermostat on 73 and the outside temp was 83 degrees! I have finally found that the original compressor was a 19000 BTUs and the sensible BTUs rating was rated at 18000, which several HVAC techs said that was a 1/2 ton difference and would not work! I just recently replaced with a Coleman and will not buy Goodman ever again!!! The last tech found the blower wheel was wobbly because of insulation, but said even replacing it would not solve the issue!
Published: July 9, 2017
Tom of Knoxville, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased the extended warranty through our local One Hour Heating and Ai
I purchased the extended warranty through our local One Hour Heating and Air (now out of business). This covered a total replacement installation in 2009 of: a Furnace/Coil downstairs; heat pump/air handler unit upstairs; two outdoor units. Evaporator coil sprung a leak last week and I checked my warranty online and on the phone w/ Goodman and they confirmed my coverage for parts and labor. Called one of their authorized Asure techs and he came out and told me the coil wasnt covered.Everything (all serial numbers for furnace, heat pump/air handler, two outdoor units) was covered and registered EXCEPT, they had no record of the serial number for the coil. They all start with similar #s (0905, 1001) yet that one serial number for the coil isnt among what they have. Im beyond angry, especially after reading that thats the part that may have been defective upon install!! *sigh* They said the only recourse I had was to present them with a RECEIPT from 2009 showing that coil on there! After confirming the furnace was covered online, I didnt even consider keeping the receipt. Lesson learned there, I suppose. I will be calling them back today and try and dig a bit deeper. This is ridiculous.
Published: June 2, 2017
Heide of Marshall, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Since we had our 2 Goodman air conditioners installed we have had nothing b
Since we had our 2 Goodman air conditioners installed we have had nothing but troubles. 4 times now the coil in one or both have had to be replaced at approx. $583.00 each. Then a small part on the compressor failed to the tune of $1200.00. Now the compressor itself failed and we are waiting on a quote to get it replaced. Keep in mind this is all labor only as the units are still under warranty for parts. The math is simple, more than $3000.00 and counting to constantly repair these units. They are garbage. The Goodman AC company should STOP producing ACs immediately. They are faulty. I will be contacting a lawyer.
Published: February 2, 2016
Dallas of St. Cloud, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This heat pump was installed when my new house was built in May 2010. In Ja
This heat pump was installed when my new house was built in May 2010. In January 2011 it required piston replacement when it stopped heating the home. Then in June 2012 it required a replacement of the indoor evaporator coil when it stopped producing A/C. Then in June 2014 it required replacement of the outdoor evaporator coil when it stopped producing A/C. So in the first 4 years, it has required 3 major repairs. Sure, Goodman provides a 5-year warranty on all parts. But my most recent repair still cost over $1,000 for the labor and refrigerant. (The refrigerant is NOT included in the warranty, and that alone cost more than $600 this time.) I complained to Goodman, who told me I should have paid for the additional labor warranty as well. I suppose if you insist on buying a Goodman heat pump, then I would recommend the full labor warranty. But any person with half a brain should simply choose a heat pump from a company that is NOT widely recognized as the worst in the business (seriously, check any 3rd party review site). I will never be a Goodman customer again.
Published: July 16, 2014
Ryan of Walkersville, MD
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Goodman HVAC system in 2020. The system was installed in Febr
I purchased a Goodman HVAC system in 2020. The system was installed in February 2020 so they couldnt charge the AC system. When it came time to use the AC part of the system there was no R410 left. After 3 service calls it was discovered that the TVX valve was bad. Goodman offered to replace the valve but not pay the $788 dollar service call to track the problem down and fix the problem and recharge the system with 12 lbs of R410. The service department said they wouldnt cover the service call and replacement of R410 because of the faulty part caused which was to release all the R410. The system cant run without it. This was a brand new system. MAKE SURE AND CHECK WARRANTY. I would NOT recommend Goodman HVAC products.
Published: July 9, 2020
Rich of Wichita, KS
Source: consumeraffairs.com

All I can say is, I had a York system that was 20+ yrs. old, and the origin
All I can say is, I had a York system that was 20+ yrs. old, and the original condenser fan. And my new Goodman unit has a condenser fan that is louder than my old unit. Maybe Goodman needs to put more $ and effort into research and development. If I had known, would never have bought a Goodman.
Published: July 13, 2014
Ron of Summerville, SC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

On October 16, 2012 we were awakened by a terrible noise coming from our Go
On October 16, 2012 we were awakened by a terrible noise coming from our Goodman HVAC unit inside our 6-year-old Fischer condo. We found that the noise went away when we turned off the heat, which is not feasible when the weather has turned cold recently. Since we have been under a service agreement for the past 2 years with Ricks Heating and Cooling I had them come out and upon investigation it was determined that the noise was related to vibration in the extremely long line-set (approximately 106-110 feet) and DelMonde (the installation company) had paired the 3-ton outdoor heat pump with a 2-1/2 ton inside air handler. We have not been able to use the heat pump as the compressor is failing and the coil on the interior air handler has also failed. Therefore, we have been relying strictly on emergency heat and space heaters and keeping the thermostat low in an attempt to minimize our electric bills.Additionally, Rick Martin of Ricks Heating & Cooling states that even if we replace the heating and air conditioning system he cannot guarantee future performance due to faulty installation of the existing line. Ideally, the entire system needs to be replaced and new Freon lines run in the proper location. This could be a considerable cost to us and may possibly also involve having to cut through our drywall and that of our neighbors. Naturally, we do not wish to involve our neighbor in this matter, nor do we want to have to bring it up before our condo association board and would like to minimize intrusion and inconvenience of others. As luck would have it the heat pump only had a 5-year warranty and the coil has a ten-year warranty, however, DelMonde failed to register either item for the warranties.After many weeks of getting opinions from other HVAC companies, two visits from DelMonde, and numerous phones calls with Gary ** of Fischer Homes Warranty Dept. we had an inspection on December 5 with representatives from DelMonde (the installation company), a Goodman factory rep., and Gary ** of Fischer. On December 10, 2012 we received a written opinion from Rob **, the Goodman factory rep, who declared that the refrigerant line set was within guidelines of 150 feet and equates to a capacity decrease from rating of approximately 12% and It is not outside our allowable design parameters per the R-22 Long Line Set Application guide and is not detrimental to the system operation. He further noted that the heat pump and air handler is a proper match ... and he can find no issues with the application or installation.This is very perplexing to us, especially since 3 different HVAC specialists have indicated that the very long line set is much longer than they would deem appropriate and heat pump/air handler do not appear to be a proper match. On December 16, I wrote a response to Rob ** stating that we are not satisfied with his findings and felt the cost burden to replace our HVAC system should be equally shared by Goodman, Fischer, DelMonde and us. To date, we have yet to receive a reply to my proposal.
Published: January 7, 2013
Jan of Maineville, OH
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Let me start out by saying Im a HVAC business owner for 24 years and I will
Let me start out by saying Im a HVAC business owner for 24 years and I will no longer be installing Goodman equipment. The reason is that Ive needed technical help on a few jobs in the last month and the Tech Desk was the worse Ive dealt with out of any manufacturer. They were short, didnt give me many things to try and after I told them what Ive already tried, they were like I dont know. I kept asking them what other things I can try and they just repeated themselves giving me no new things to try. Ive always had great help with other Tech help with other brands and they always helped me figure it out. But Goodman Tech help was worthless the 4 times I dealt with them. They all must really hate their job and take it out on the Service people that call in. Ive been installing Goodman on and off since it was Janitrol. They were helpful and nice years ago. I havent had to call in for Tech help in years and man have they changed. The most arrogant, rudest ** Ive ever talked to. They all need to be fired and hire new Techs and retrain them. Otherwise this company will fall within 5 years the path they are on. I see many other 1 star reviews on here which means this companys Customer Service sucks. Wake up Goodman and if you cant see all these negative reviews, you people in corporate are the dumbest people on earth and you deserve to fail. If I owned a huge company such as Goodman and I see all these negative reviews, I would do undercover calls and find out who all the filth and garbage is within the company and fire them. A new training regimen must be enacted immediately for customer service. New management must be put in place. Out with the old and in with the new.
Published: November 6, 2016
Mark of Kent, WA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Bought new A/C unit in 2016, as of date I have spent more money repairing t
Bought new A/C unit in 2016, as of date I have spent more money repairing the unit than I did purchasing it. I Have replace the Freon 3 times, condenser coil, motor and now my evaporator coil needs replacing and more Freon again. Im suppose to buy a labor contract to fix a BRAND NEW UNIT!!! REALLY???
Published: October 3, 2017
Nancy of Apopka, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a Goodman heat pump that is less than 4 years old but has had many p
I have a Goodman heat pump that is less than 4 years old but has had many problems in that short span of time. Im already aggravated that Im sitting in the heat with no relief, but what really makes my blood boil is the way I was treated by Goodmans customer service. My air conditioner is out AGAIN and Im sick of paying all the service fees associated with keeping it running. My compressor has now gone bad so even though the part warranty will replace it, Im out the $1400 it cost for labor. I feel like they should absorb those cost since they sold me a defective unit that wont stay in operation more than a couple months at a time.
Published: April 20, 2015
Chris of Ashland, KY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I was told by the installer to register my Goodman 5 ton heat pump for an e
I was told by the installer to register my Goodman 5 ton heat pump for an extended 10 yr warranty on the compressor. The unit was registered- and the compressor failed after 6 years. Guess what--- my particular unit is not covered past 5 years. What a coincidence! NEVER BUY A GOODMAN HEAT PUMP. Apparently these are junk. I wish I had read some reviews before purchasing.
Published: August 29, 2018
Donna of North Wilkesboro, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

When considering the HVAC system for my home in the future, I know now, you
When considering the HVAC system for my home in the future, I know now, you get what you pay for. I was recommended to go with a Goodman because the price was so much less than other big name companies. I have a RUUD in my home. VERY HAPPY.
Published: June 5, 2020
Larry of Montross, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

From day one I have hated this LOUD condenser. I trusted my HVAC contractor
From day one I have hated this LOUD condenser. I trusted my HVAC contractor, who had worked on our home for 5+ years and that was a fatal mistake. We had a York AC unit that was great but when it leaked he said he would replace it. He replaced it with a Goodman condenser and coil - I had no idea he would not be replacing it with another York system as he did not tell me he only installed Goodman units. The second it was installed it was LOUD inside our home. Amazingly enough, when I pointed it out to the installer/owner of the HVAC company he said, Does not sound loud to me. Hey, its not your house! Had the tech service guy come out from Goodman and he went through the entire condenser unit and in his report he said it was all great but it was loud inside the house but very quiet outside - so when the AC is running I would need to be outside - perfect. Pretty much my two+ months with customer service, their supervisor, the tech supervisor have been horrible and 10 years of this is just going to be a picnic. DO NOT BUY GOODMAN and do NOT ever trust your HVAC company to install anything without your permission.
Published: July 1, 2016
Robin of Scottsdale, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased two Goodman/Amana heat pumps at the same time for my home. Both 1
Purchased two Goodman/Amana heat pumps at the same time for my home. Both 16 SEER, one was a 2 ton unit, one was a 5 ton unit. All new units, both inside and outside. First Unit: Would not heat without kicking on strips. Thirteen service calls and 4 years later, it was finally addressed. Second Unit: 2nd year, capacitor failed. 3rd year, same capacitor failed. 4th year, outside unit fan failed. Had a couple of other smaller issues, too.Also purchased 10 year parts/labor warranty with Goodman. Apparently not. Even though I have an invoice that states what I purchased, Goodman will not recognize the labor warranty. Made many calls to get the issue addressed and they would not listen. I can understand one or two problems, but not many significant problems, continually on two separate new units. We keep temp 78 in summer and 68 in winter, so not an overworked system. Carry your business elsewhere or set a dinner plate for the regular serviceman as we did.
Published: September 20, 2018
Daniel of Mansfield, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Last year, I bought a house that recently had a Goodman heat pump installed
Last year, I bought a house that recently had a Goodman heat pump installed shortly before my purchase. Recently, I discovered the contractor had not installed the unit per Goodmans guidelines. I called them up to see if the installation was still acceptable, despite not being per their guidelines, or if I should talk to the contractor about re-doing it. I figured that if Goodman said it is acceptable, then I would drop the matter; if Goodman said it isnt acceptable, I would have more leverage in asking the work to be re-done.As a homeowner, they refused to talk to me; they said to talk to a Goodman installer. I told them my problem was with an installer, so how could I be sure that another installer would give good advice. (I am a retired HVAC engineer, so I would understand whatever technical advice they gave.) I can understand them wanting to be careful what they say, and refer many questions to an installer, since most people dont understand HVAC, but my question is a simple one, Is the installation acceptable as-is? With this kind of support, no, I will not buy a Goodman unit.
Published: September 11, 2019
Thomas of Lynchburg, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

3-ton package unit, 16 SEER - Shortly after the unit was installed, we noti
3-ton package unit, 16 SEER - Shortly after the unit was installed, we noticed water draining on our wooden deck. The unit was not placed on our deck, but it butted up against it. This was in June that it was installed. It is Nov. 9, 2017, and it is still drenching our wooden deck when the air conditioning is on. The company has tried everything they know to do, and they have spent hours and hours and hours here with many calls, 12 different techs.The guy yesterday and another tech said the unit is a poor design. The insulation was removed and was dripping water like a pitcher of water pouring out. We have condensation on top of the unit and rusting in one corner. We have not paid any money for all the hours and things they have tried. Next they are going to lift the unit and put in a drain pan. My husband is concerned that the water is still going to be a problem, and with winter coming, we will not be using the AC until spring to see if it is fixed. Goodman has been no help. NEVER gonna buy a Goodman product ever again!
Published: November 9, 2017
Kay of Townsend, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased (2) 25 Ton Daikin HVAC Units. Goodman Distributors in Philadel
We purchased (2) 25 Ton Daikin HVAC Units. Goodman Distributors in Philadelphia sold them to our contractor / we bought them from the contractor. Both units arrived on July 11, 2017. 1 of the units worked for a few days. It is now over 40 days and still no sign of getting replacement parts for the unit. The management at Goodman Distributors is absolutely horrible. I cannot express how angry I am at the lack of customer service & no care or desire to fix the unit. Goodman is a company owned by Daikin (manufacturer). They actually told me its the contractors problem - not theirs. Daikin built the unit / Goodman sold the unit - they then wash their hands off it - let me be clear - it work for only a few DAYS! $15,000 for 1 unit. I was instructed to call Customer Care - again - said too bad nothing they can do - call the contractor. This company and the mother company are Dirty People. I made the mistake of agreeing to purchase Daikin units. Be careful if you decide to go with a Goodman Brand - they do not stand behind their equipment. In the event of a bad part (this happens) they will make your life miserable. What they should do is say we are sorry - we will get this resolved immediately. 40+ days and counting - you be the judge!
Published: August 30, 2017
Bryan of Downingtown, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased and registered our 3.5 ton 14 seer package unit heat pump in J
We purchased and registered our 3.5 ton 14 seer package unit heat pump in June 2016. Oct 2016 our air stops cooling. We call the HVAC installers and they come out and the coil is leaking. We had to have freon and are now waiting on the new coil to be delivered. A new heat pump should last more than 3 months. We will be out labor cost and cost of freon. Since Goodman knows that this is an issue they should be bending over backwards to cover all cost associated with the coils.
Published: October 18, 2016
Misty of Jasper, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We put in a new Goodman air conditioner two years ago. Yesterday, we had to
We put in a new Goodman air conditioner two years ago. Yesterday, we had to replace the compressor. Even though it is under warranty, we had to pay a $100 fee from Goodman for the part and $650 in labor to have it installed. We called Goodman about it, and they were unhelpful bordering on rude.
Published: June 9, 2020
Jerry of Killeen, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Biggest piece of junk I ever purchased... my heat pump goes out every 2 yea
Biggest piece of junk I ever purchased... my heat pump goes out every 2 years always in the middle of summer.... just like right now & its 90 degrees in my house l... I have replaced the compression every 2 years since it was installed.
Published: July 3, 2020
Leslie of Kingsport, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I closed on my home May 2014 and purchased your product Model: GSZ13421AG S
I closed on my home May 2014 and purchased your product Model: GSZ13421AG Serial:1403135510. This product is almost new and only 2 years old. It has been determined that it has a faulty piece. I feel as if I have no recourse and am stuck with this faulty product. The air conditioner is defectively designed and cracked resulting in it leaking refrigerant, thus making my unit entirely inoperable unless I pay 750.00 total. As a result, my electric bill has increased because while the unit was leaking, it required more power for adequate cooking. Because the leakage of the refrigerant from the evaporator coil left my unit completely ineffective, I am forced to pay 750.00 in total repairs to address the problem fully which will take 2 weeks.Worse, today I had to pay 79.00 for a leak search out of my pocket to determine why your product is not functioning as promised by your company. I had to pay 75.00 for the visit and 190.00 for refrigerant. Worse, I have to pay 425.00 in labor next week to have your item repaired, the bill is at 750.00 plus at this point. I am outraged. This is ridiculous. Im told that it is tough and I should pay or my house will be hot.
Published: July 25, 2016
M. of Loganville, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We had this furnace less than 6 years in our new home, this was installed b
We had this furnace less than 6 years in our new home, this was installed by the builder, and gas valve failed to work within this short period. After contacting their customer service we were told we are out of warranty. This company has a trap set for registering the unit within 60 days of installation to get full 10 years warranty. We were not told by the builder of this trap as Goodman and the builders are all lobbying to sell cheap stuff and keeping the customer uninformed of this conditions in small writings. I am sure many new homeowners may not be aware of this condition which is deliberately set to trick the customer, so the Goodman can wash off their hands of any failed part.Their customer service is lousy and have no consideration whatsoever for exceptional cases. They say only original homeowner will get 10 years warranty, means if the ownership changes, the warranty is over. This is really a joke & trap. How in the world the functioning of Goodman furnace part impact the performance whether Mr. X owns the house or Mr.Y, as far as both does the same maintenance and care and keep record of it as well. I was pretty sure Goodman is a big name in the industry, but this company is worse in the customer service even with a corner grocery store, who still respect their client. Never buy again from Goodman who cannot stand behind their products.
Published: April 23, 2019
mansur of Stouffville, ON
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Goodman unit after doing a lot of research. I am so sorry I s
I purchased a Goodman unit after doing a lot of research. I am so sorry I spent 6000.00 on this unit. This is the worse purchase of my entire life. I have had 13 services calls replacing coil, motor, condenser and now the compressor. Consumer Affairs are absolutely NO help and frankly they dont give a damn. So it leaves me nothing else but to hire a lawyer and call channel 8 to get some satisfaction. Goodman consumer affairs does not care nor offer to help. I have never received such crappy customer service. Their attitude is too bad so sad. I am a widow living on Social Security and cant afford a new unit. I asked about the lemon law and they thought I was nuts. I requested a New unit and will not even talk about it. I am very disappointed in this piece of garbage. How can you sell people such shabby workmanship? So as I sit in my home in Florida for the 5th night at 10:35 PM it is 88 degrees in my house. It goes as high as 99 degrees and the unit is still NOT fixed and nothing in site. Oh they offered to replace Condenser 10 year warranty BUT I have to pay for installation, parts, and Freon. WHICH IS THOUSANDS money I do NOT have.
Published: June 22, 2016
Donna of Zephyrhills, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Goodman heat pump GPH1360H41BC (sn: 1208655671) in 2012 from
I purchased a Goodman heat pump GPH1360H41BC (sn: 1208655671) in 2012 from a local dealer by my AC tech. It worked ok at first except for low freon. This year I began having problems. First a capacitor, then the fan motor. A month later I was told the coil had a leak and tech replaced 5 lbs freon at $30/lb plus labor. I was quoted 11 lbs of freon at $30/lb plus 3 hrs labor for a total of about $900 for a new coil. Coil was under warranty but labor and freon isnt. Those are the biggest cost on the problem. Why should we have to pay for freon that escaped as a result of a faulty coil?A week later the new coil arrived and will be installed tomorrow. Now I find out there are many problems with Goodman products. I am a widow on social security and cannot afford costly repair bills. My tech tells me they do not install these anymore. Im also afraid that my son who purchased one a year or so ago will also start having problems. Made in China products are no good. Please stop selling these.
Published: May 9, 2017
Nancy of Citra, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased a complete Goodman system from our HVAC company just a little
We purchased a complete Goodman system from our HVAC company just a little over 5 years ago. It has already had a total system failure twice. The first time, the part had to be ordered and took about a week to get. This time, the blower has failed, and has to be replaced. The expected time is 2 weeks with no system. I cant believe at only 5 years, 2 major components fail. We live in a metro area of over 1,000,000 people, I dont know why parts are not readily available? That must be a sign of the volume of sales they have. In our opinion, these are very very low quality. No decent system would have 2 complete system failures at 5 years. And to think that a blower motor would fail at 5 years is a clear sign of the poor quality workmanship.
Published: July 5, 2016
Brian of Omaha, NE
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased my Goodman furnace and (so called 10 year warranty) through a c
I purchased my Goodman furnace and (so called 10 year warranty) through a contractor that was working for the builder who was building my addition. I never received the warranty registration form from the contractor that was suppose to be returned to Goodman within 60 days. I had a fan replaced within the first year that worked its way loose filling my house with smoke with no questions asked. Eight years later the same fan has bearing problems requiring another fan costing $640.73. Goodman now tells me it is no longer under warranty because the registration was never filed. Consumer Affairs could tell me when (the contractor) purchased the unit but they couldnt warranty it. The moral of this review is Goodman cant sell the unit to the consumer but they expect you to register it if your supplied with all necessary information from your blue collared installer. Im told that a fan problem is not a common problem in HVAC units but very costly. Theres much better quality than Goodman manufacturing.
Published: September 15, 2015
jim of Marlton, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My new Goodman heat pump lasted almost a year before losing the freon. Mult
My new Goodman heat pump lasted almost a year before losing the freon. Multiple repairs failed. Goodman will not honor the warranty, and I dont want to hassle with legal issues. Looking for a new unit after only 2 years. I will not purchase Goodman products again.
Published: October 26, 2015
Ken of Yulee, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Recently bought a home from a popular bullet in my city. Love everything ab
Recently bought a home from a popular bullet in my city. Love everything about my new home BUT the furnace and air conditioner (both Goodman). Ill be honest the disappointment and disbelief that a new unit could have so much trouble in the first few years is just insane! Im on the board for my neighborhood H.O.A., and Im one of MANY that has had very very similar problems. Sure the builder cut cost by installing cheaper system in 89 homes in my area! The local heat and air company that installed it per builder has the greatest reviews all over the network and BBB! They have been very very helpful and cutting down repair cost because they feel sorry! So, in the last three years Ive had a leak on BOTH coils, then new coil came with filter dryer that also leaked in same year, and now I have a restriction in the piston that coils quite possibly be metal shaving from inner compressor! Also replaced circuit board on furnace and also in the first year the blower wheel came loose and tore up the blower motor! Goodman is a disgrace to HVAC industry! Ive seen it all over internet, fellow HVAC techs, and neighbors! Nobody but this equipment EVER. Year four this summer, I had some extra cash and changed out the full system! Bought new Trane furnace and heat pump combo!
Published: June 21, 2015
michael of Indianapolis, IN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Installed new furnace and air conditioning. Price point is good and for the
Installed new furnace and air conditioning. Price point is good and for the most part, all functions well. Continually get error message and have had technician out 4 times for the same issue. Have changed motherboard twice, which alleviates error for a few months but it returns.
Published: June 9, 2020
Marcel of Calgary, AB
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Replace our 15 years old trane air conditioner and choose Goodman from the
Replace our 15 years old trane air conditioner and choose Goodman from the same contractor. Contractor told me that there is no need to replace the ductwork and just did some sealing and cleaning job.
Published: September 19, 2020
pickhvac.com FL
Source: pickhvac.com

In 2010 I purchased a Goodman air conditioner for close to 3,000.00. I go b
In 2010 I purchased a Goodman air conditioner for close to 3,000.00. I go back and forth between residences. In April of this year, I arrived to a very hot condo. I called the company who sold me the unit (C&C Heating and Cooling). They came out twice and told me it was a faulty coil and the freon was freezing up. I am retired and cannot afford to be paying service and parts for something I should not have to do. I had to pay $250.00 for service, part and freon. I called your company and was told to contact you when the service was complete. I have all the invoices. The reason for this email and that I dont think I should have to pay for a unit to be repaired that is less than 5 years old. Hope to hear from you soon, thank you.
Published: May 16, 2015
Diana of Cape Coral, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My Goodman unit was installed new 2008, both inside and out. The inside uni
My Goodman unit was installed new 2008, both inside and out. The inside unit which was a gas furnace had to be replaced as it was still under the 5 year warranty. The outside unit stopped working about a month ago, which the HVAC guy said it was the capacitor was gone. They replaced that and a week later it stopped working. So now I was told to replace the coil as that was the problem. So I had to pay for that to be replaced, as I was told the warranty was only covered 5 years. That being done, a week later it stopped working again. So this time they said I needed to change out the outside unit.I started asking question as I am now very frustrated, and did a little research. Come to find out, these should have been covered under the 10 year warranty, but we are not being told by the HVAC people to register the system. I was under the impression that they register it, as they are the ones that order them and install them. I have been doing property management for 20 years and was never told this. Also my clients have never been told this either, so I am thinking this is another way for them to make money, as we have to fork out to have these units replaced after only 6-7 years old. The HVAC companies should be held responsible for this and stop misleading the consumers, either they register the units or give the owners the option to register it.I do property management and have been using the same HVAC company for years. So all of the owners property that I take care of and have had replacement units, have never been told, nor was any of the warranty papers brought back to my company for me to register them or give to the owners. My other house - we have had that unit in for 20 years and it is still going (not a Goodman unit). I told my HVAC guy and he told me he had not registered them and that it was up to the owners to register them - how can they if they do not know. My complaint is both with Goodman Manufacturing as I am not happy with their products, and the HVAC Company and all the other HVAC companies who do not let the consumers know about the 10 year warranty. Very misleading.
Published: July 21, 2016
Rosalee of Crestview, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My rental property at ** Springfield, VA. Air Conditioner system was replac
My rental property at ** Springfield, VA. Air Conditioner system was replaced by BK Tech contractor Sean ** at 43020 La Riva Dr Ashburn, VA 20148 on Aug 13, 2009 with a Goodman AC system. Last summer a refrigerant leak in the condenser was repaired under 1st yr warranty. This year again the condenser leaked and required replacing the condenser coil.
Published: August 18, 2011
David of Chantilly, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I am not happy with the Goodman A/C that was purchased in December 2009 and
I am not happy with the Goodman A/C that was purchased in December 2009 and was installed on December 26, 2009. I have had nothing but problems with the unit and I purchased the 10 - 10 - 10 year warranty on the unit. Even though you have the warranty, the refrigerant is not covered and you are responsible for adding it - also you have to pay the service calls to get the unit checked. On 6-22-2010 the compressor went out and a new one was installed. On 8-9-11 the blower motor went out and was replaced. On 6-3-2014 the evaporator coil had to be replaced. On 2-23-15 the condenser coil was leaking and has to be replaced - found out to get a new condenser coil would be 7-14 days, because there was not one in the state of Florida. I would not recommend the purchase of a Goodman Unit of any kind. Our a/c company Star Air Conditioning & Heating in Kissimmee, Florida has been excellent and have done everything they can to be of service.
Published: February 24, 2015
Helen of Saint Cloud , FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased 4 Goodman package heat pump units, 3 out of the 4 have all had pr
Purchased 4 Goodman package heat pump units, 3 out of the 4 have all had problems, bad reversing valve and compressor on 1 unit, bad condenser coil on 2 unit cannot be repaired, 2 bad condenser coils on the 3rd unit, cannot be repaired. Goodman will NOT stand behind their bad and leaking coil issues. I will never purchase another Goodman product.
Published: June 3, 2019
Robert of Rural Hall, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have purchased a Goodman heat pump there 3 years ago and it stopped worki
I have purchased a Goodman heat pump there 3 years ago and it stopped working. The compressor went and have been trying to get it fixed. Have contacted the company many times and they will not replace the part. I know of someone else who has the same problem as I do. Will never deal with them again. There is a 10-year warranty on it and they will not fix it, its been two years waiting.
Published: June 20, 2017
Debra of Townsend, DE
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Two years ago, I purchased a new Goodman HVAC system for my 1450 sq ft cond
Two years ago, I purchased a new Goodman HVAC system for my 1450 sq ft condo. Installation was neat and clean, and complete within five days. First summer I didn’t suffer from the heat and humidity. Never did I have to touch controls, just set the thermostat at my desired temperature and it would turn on and off without my help. Same in winter. I purchased the service maintenance plan, so every change of season company comes and checks out equipment, changes filter and makes sure I’m ready to go. I know Trane is the best, but also cost the most. I’m happy and price was right.
Published: June 12, 2020
Lee of Salem, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a heat pump in 11/2011 and then started to have a lot of proble
I purchased a heat pump in 11/2011 and then started to have a lot of problems in 2015. It was noisy running also. Then on 5/15 was my 1st service call and they found a hole in the coil which leaked freon. Had to be repaired and added freon. Then 4/2016 it stopped working completely. Another service call and they had to replace the compressor and defrost control unit. At least they were under warranty, but I had to pay for service call and freon. Thats not cheap either. On July 8 warm air came thru vents. Serviceman had to add more freon and changed the schraders. More money. This lasted a week and back to warm air again. Another call another hole in coil and more freon. This lasted a month so now its Aug. 2016 and Im sitting here in my house with temp of 95 and outside temp of 98. I have so much money out for service calls and freon, that Ive decided that I am going to have to buy a new heat pump when this one isnt even 5 yrs. old. But with all the money going for repairs, I could have put in a new one. I trusted the dealer for the quality of Goodman products, but since all these troubles Ive read all the unsatisfactory notations and Im adding to it. In fact the customer service girl at Goodman hung up on me when I told her I would never recommend this company to anyone. Hows that for rude employees!! I would like to get some of my money back if its possible. I wrote to Goodman asking for this, but I doubt if I will because they dont care. They dont even make my model anymore, so it must have been bad to begin with. I hope other people read the reviews about Goodman before they purchase anything and dont buy from them. Model #GSZ1302471 serial #1107701356.
Published: August 15, 2016
Linda of St. Georges, DE
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I was sold this Goodman Air Conditioner by Four Seasons heating & Air i
I was sold this Goodman Air Conditioner by Four Seasons heating & Air in Port Charlotte, FL. I have only had two years of use and after it wasnt blowing cold air I called 4 Seasons and in five minutes of inspection was told the compressor had blown out. They told me that despite the poor service of this unit, only parts were covered and they would charge $800 for the labor to reinstall these defective parts. I am 80 years old, live in Florida and will have had no air conditioning in 90% heat for at least three days. This product was defective. I have been a homeowner for 50 years and have never had less than five years wear from any air conditioner. Goodman needs to be investigated.
Published: October 28, 2019
C. of Port Charlotte, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I had their 97% AFUE furnace installed in my house in April 2018 along with
I had their 97% AFUE furnace installed in my house in April 2018 along with a Ecobee thermostat. The system worked fine for the first season (winter 2018) but had starting issues winter 2019. The furnace tries to start but could not make the solenoid valve open - E0 H A 8 error code was displayed. The installer came back and somehow managed to make it work. Come winter 2020, same starting issue and the installer changed out the solenoid valve to make it work. Come winter 2021, one more change of the solenoid valve but system stopped working 2 weeks later. Please pay and install Goodman products if you are lacking action and grief in your life.
Published: November 12, 2021
Sreenath of Naperville, IL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased this gas furnace about three years ago for my old folks, and th
I purchased this gas furnace about three years ago for my old folks, and they are yet to experience any problems with the pump. During summer, the house is evenly cooled as well as being equally warmed during the winter season. The furnace is quite expensive but according to my experience, the quality is worth the high price. Many expensive products are believed to be of high quality but last longer. I would buy this product again and also I would, without a doubt, recommend it to anyone.
Published: August 20, 2020
pickhvac.com Canada
Source: pickhvac.com

On 9/16/11 I bought a goodman heat pump serial #**. My installer installed.
On 9/16/11 I bought a goodman heat pump serial #**. My installer installed. After installing he got on my computer and registered for the warranty. I watched him do this. Funny that less than four years later I needed warranty work and your site says it wasnt registered. That is incorrect. I have bought 5 goodman units in the last 8 or 9 years as I flip houses. This is one I put on my personal house and youre denying my warranty. Please contact me on this matter **. I will be buying more units in the future and would like to continue using goodman if and when this matter is corrected. Thank you.
Published: June 25, 2015
charles of Florence, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We installed a 2008 model Goodman furnace in 2009. Last winter, we had a lo
We installed a 2008 model Goodman furnace in 2009. Last winter, we had a long, long cold streak and I had 6 different HVAC guys out to try to repair it. The last guy finally replaced the motherboard and it worked fine after that. Now, here we are in 2014 and the first cold spell of the winter and NO heat AGAIN!! Last year I had to spend $941. So far this year, $144. Plus last year we had to stay in a hotel for 4 nights because we couldnt get anyone to come and fix it due to the prolonged cold weather. Last year when we tried to file a warranty claim for the control board we were informed that because we didnt call them when the furnace was installed, our warranty ended after just 5 years! What a crock! NEVER, NEVER TAKE A CHANCE WITH THIS CRAPPY FURNACE!! Buyer beware!!!! SAVE YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY!!!
Published: November 15, 2014
Sue of Lake Oswego, OR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

25 years with only one service call. Wow. Of course, at 9 seer, we need a b
25 years with only one service call. Wow. Of course, at 9 seer, we need a better system now. The newest HVAC units are rated 50% higher, so its just a matter of time for us. Which new system is best?
Published: June 18, 2020
Murry of Roseville, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In 2007 we had a new Goodman 4 ton 15 SEER heat pump installed in our home.
In 2007 we had a new Goodman 4 ton 15 SEER heat pump installed in our home. Nothing but problems since. Much review was done before purchase to make sure size was appropriate for home, etc. Never really feels like its heating or cooling properly. Numerous times per year it has required repair, run capacitor, defrost control board, blower motor, bad txv (whatever that is), bad reversing valve. Last week started making awful noise while running. Repairman said it needs new fan. And last night it started throwing the breaker at the heat pump. So tired of this piece of crap, would not recommend.
Published: December 1, 2014
Toni of Vernon, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased 2 Goodman 2 1/2 ton heat pumps to replace 2 14-year old Amana
We purchased 2 Goodman 2 1/2 ton heat pumps to replace 2 14-year old Amana units. Although it was costly, the overall improvement in efficiency has resulted in lower utility bills. Also with a 10-year parts and labor warranty, we expect lower overall maintenance costs.
Published: June 16, 2020
Patrick of Culloden, WV
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased a Goodman HVAC 3-ton GSZ130361BC in April 2012. In June 2014 w
We purchased a Goodman HVAC 3-ton GSZ130361BC in April 2012. In June 2014 we paid for 3 pounds of coolant. On July 12, 2014, one more pound of coolant was added. They found the evaporator coil was leaking. On July 17, 2014, a new coil was installed. It required two men to remove it, so we had to pay $400 extra. One year later, July 26, 2015, the system has shut down. It appears to be an electrical problem this time. Our 3-yr-old system has already cost us $954 in repairs (not counting todays pending repair). We definitely would not recommend this product.
Published: July 26, 2015
Robert of Vero Beach, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Due to an internal wiring defect within the outside heat pump unit I got hi
Due to an internal wiring defect within the outside heat pump unit I got hit with a repair bill of just under $400. This was a manufacturer defect. Representatives of Goodman Manufacturing informed me that wiring defects are not covered under their warranty. The unit is within the initial warranty period which began on date of installation. Let this be a warning to anyone contemplating a Goodman Manufacturing product. They do not properly stand by their work. Beware.
Published: January 25, 2021
Joseph of Hendersonville, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I live in the NW and had my old unit replaced 6-2020 with a Goodman unit. T
I live in the NW and had my old unit replaced 6-2020 with a Goodman unit. The unit ran fine but was air only we have gas heat. So that said it only ran for app. 20 day in 2020. This year as temperatures rose in late June it started running for an additional 7 day then died completely by July 16th. That means this unit actually only lasted new for 37 days of A/C service. If it was a heat pump unit delivering heat that would have likely only lasted 1 month. That cost over 2500.00 for one months usage! No one wants to work on it. Just charge over 200.00 to diagnose the compressor is junk. We are left to suit the dealer who claimed 12 year parts & service extended Warranty on our contract in writing, and buy a real A/C unit that will last.Over 30 days usage. At my last home I sold in 2017 we put in a unit in 1997 upon our purchasing the home. It was a heat pump running all summer & winter. When we sold the home it still ran flawlessly 20 years later! Goodman should cease selling such cheap, undependable garbage to unsuspecting customer by shady dealers.
Published: July 19, 2021
RTP of Spokane, WA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a new house and since day nor the heater smelled like aluminum odo
I bought a new house and since day nor the heater smelled like aluminum odor, hot metal odor or hot burning metallic odor. Now when the ac is on we smell the same hot lighter odor and warm air come out of registers instead of clean cool air. Goodman after several months of complaint fireplace furnace. Nothing changed. Odor still here. Installer telling us load calc is correct and right size of furnace installed. Is the odor caused by heat exchanger getting hot due to size or the system is defective?
Published: June 21, 2014
Jill of Richland, WA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We bought a Goodman GMV95 2 stage gas fired unit warm air furnace about 5-6
We bought a Goodman GMV95 2 stage gas fired unit warm air furnace about 5-6 years ago. Supposedly top of the line and would last. Last night it stopped working and now has a burnt spot in the circuit board and gas valve is stuck (so no heat). Despite being within the 10 year warranty it is not covered by their warranty because it didnt get registered. Guy was a real ** on the phone. Warning all potential customers - AVOID this company.
Published: February 17, 2015
Susan of Ambler, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I am a new homeowner who had a nice HVAC guy install a brand-new Goodman sy
I am a new homeowner who had a nice HVAC guy install a brand-new Goodman system in my home (I chose Goodman). The red plastic logo on the outside unit broke off within two months so I simply contacted Goodman to ask for a replacement (it serves their needs well to have free advertising like that) and they flat-out refused after initially telling me it was being sent. What a horrible company. I shudder to think what will happen if/when the unit itself goes out. Already regretting this purchase. Should have gone with another more reputable manufacturer. BTW, this sign is being removed entirely. Nobody needs to know I have a Goodman which is a piece of garbage based on how their corporate headquarters treated me for simply asking for a replacement logo/sign.
Published: August 27, 2020
Chris of Golden, CO
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I got my 3 ton 14 seer heat pump unit 2010. Had to have leak repair in 2012
I got my 3 ton 14 seer heat pump unit 2010. Had to have leak repair in 2012 and refill gas. Have had to add gas every year since. I was told by two technicians I had a leak in my coil. They have been unable to find a coil. Now my compressor is shot. They can find a compressor but not coil. I still have two years left on warranty but cant get coil.
Published: February 7, 2018
Billy of Teachey, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We switched to a Goodman furnace 8 years ago. The company we bought from we
We switched to a Goodman furnace 8 years ago. The company we bought from were very friendly as was the installer, who did a great job. Never had any troubles at all, just changed air filters every 3-4 months. But this July 2016 the coil went bad. The coil warranty was for 5 years, so missed out. After reading these reviews I guess we were fortunate and cant complain. Still would recommend.
Published: November 4, 2016
Jc of Milan, IN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Brought a unit from Goodman on 3/7/17. Installed the unit for my customer o
Brought a unit from Goodman on 3/7/17. Installed the unit for my customer on 3/9/17. On 3/11/17 they had to evacuate from their home because of the smell because the heat exchanger is bad. Also the children got sick and the parents got headaches and had them for 3 days. Goodman said they couldnt give us a new heater and the homeowner no longer wants this furnace in their home. They do not want no tech from Goodman at their home. They want to be reimbursed. The Manager Michael ** was the most unsympathetic person I dealt with in my life. Instead of just reimbursing the homeowner he is making it difficult for them. He wants us to pay a tech from Goodman to deem it bad when we purchase the unit not even a week ago. I will never recommend Goodman to any of my customers and homeowners and I have been doing heating for over 25 years and I know what I am talking about. Do not purchase a heater from Goodman. They didnt care about children getting sick and they had the homeowners without heat for 5 days and will not reimburse them with their money. I am appalled they only care about one thing taking money from customers. They didnt try to help at all. You will never see our business again. I also suggest to you Michael ** learn how to be a manager the way you handle this situation is uncalled for.
Published: March 16, 2017
Crystal of Philadelphia, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a 15 seer heat pump from Goodman Manufacturing. This is my worst m
I bought a 15 seer heat pump from Goodman Manufacturing. This is my worst mistake ever, less than 5 years evaporator coil started leaking out Freon. 2 pounds to start with, then 1 year later 5 pounds. Unless you like spending enormous amounts of money on Freon ($45 per pound), and $75 per hour labor, do not buy a goodman heat pump or air conditioner. The amount of rust around the evaporator coil is unbelievable. Their warranty is a ** warranty. The warranty is only as good as the product, and the product is only as good as the warranty. Please do some research and don’t buy goodman products. I thought it said made in America. Its made with defective parts, please look at all their negative reviews. I had a Rheem that lasted 31 years and a carrier 33 years.
Published: May 4, 2017
Henry of Sylvester, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We are so disappointed in our Goodman HVAC unit. It was installed 9 months
We are so disappointed in our Goodman HVAC unit. It was installed 9 months ago and the circuit board already failed. No big deal...its under warranty. WRONG! We were surprised to receive a bill for several hundred dollars when we had it repaired under warranty. When we called Goodman, they told us that the failed part was covered but not the labor or the service call, despite it being a product defect. They told us we had to have bought a separate labor warranty when we bought the unit if we wanted them to cover labor! So we just paid a whole lot of money to fix a manufacturer failure. We will not be buying more Goodman products in the future. Poor customer service!
Published: July 11, 2019
TM of Wendell, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

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