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I have had this furnace for approximately two years now. I am satisfied with it as it heats up well, but I sometimes wish that it could do better. If I were to purchase a furnace again, I would buy the same brand but may go with a different model.
Payne is a good air conditioner company, their HVAC systems seldom let you down. When I read reviews about it though I found a lot of negative reviews and wondered if the quality had been watered down. I ignored most of it though because sometimes the installation is the problem. I replaced my old Ruud ac with Payne and so far it has only proven me right. The system was installed about a year and a half ago and all I have done is routine maintenance. Do your homework before installing your HVAC system because most of the time your installer could have done it wrong.
I am delighted with this furnace. I bought it a little over a year ago. I previously used a brand that wouldn’t heat past 70. However, with the Payne furnace, my house is now warm and inviting. I would gladly recommend it to anyone in search of a good furnace.
We’ve had a Carrier for 19 years and it just broke last summer. It was a good ac and we didn’t have too many problems with it but we decided to go for Payne this time because we asked around and they came highly recommended as something in the price range we were looking for. This is the sixth month we are using it and so far everything is working great. It doesn’t take much energy to run one of these and that’s a major plus according to us.
I purchased this furnace a little over a year ago. I first disliked how expensive it was, but the salesman assured me that it would be good for a split level house. However, this is not so; it barely regulates the air in my basement. I have not had to repair it though.
Payne is a brand which you can count on to give you a product worth your money. I say this because I have had my ac for a year now and it hasn’t brought me any trouble in that time. It runs quietly and cools the house just right. My previous unit had trouble going below 770 so often times it would still be hot even though it’s on.
We have recently relocated to a new house where we realized that the existing furnace was actually over 20 years old and had to get a new one. I looked at several options and landed on the two-stage Payne furnace. We’ve used it for about a year, and it has been highly efficient. I couldn’t be happier. I would happily recommend this furnace to a friend.
After 20 years of service, my old AC broke down again last year so I replaced it with one from Payne. I looked on the internet to find out what was in my budget and found Payne to be just what I needed. However, when I looked at the customer views on a few sites I found one with a lot of negative reviews and became a little skeptical. I still bought the Payne I had scoped the internet for, after all my wallet had the last say. It’s almost 2 years now and boy, am I glad that this isn’t another bitter review. Thanks Payne the system is working just fine.
Payne delivers a consistent level of high efficiency heating and cooling products for Canadian consumers. Despite the brand's limited selection, the furnaces that they do offer are dependable and guarantee to deliver expert comfort for almost any Canadian home.
Having been around for over 100 years, Payne has had an ample amount of time to refine and upgrade their products. The marker of a top-quality air conditioner is its ENERGY STAR® certification, and half of Payne’s models are ENERGY STAR-certified. Payne offers simple, dependable products, and with that comes affordability.