Goodman Central Air Conditioners

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Goodman Central Air Conditioner Overview

Founded in 1975 and based in Houston, Texas, Goodman is one of the biggest names in the HVAC industry. Before the company began manufacturing HVAC equipment, it made air ducts and plastic blade registers. Goodman has since acquired several manufacturers of HVAC units, and today the brand offers a variety of heating and cooling products, including air conditioners, heat pumps, gas furnaces and packaged units. Goodman delivers affordable, energy-efficient and durable products. This guide reviews Goodman AC units, along with maintenance and warranty information.

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Consumer Reviews of Goodman

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  • Very Satisfied
    168
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    11
  • Neutral
    23
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    34
  • Very Unsatisfied
    520
  • #17 of 67 Central Air Conditioners
  • 23.68% of customers recommended

Reviews by Central Air Conditioner Series

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Air conditioners remove hot air from inside your home to reduce indoor temperatures. Some AC units collect and process hot air and then release cool air into your living space. Some Goodman AC models feature a two-speed condenser fan motor, while others use a single-speed motor. Goodman also sells units of various capacities and efficiency levels.

Goodman AC series and models

Goodman offers several air conditioner models, each with different features. Comparing each unit’s specifications can help you choose the best air conditioner for your home.

Goodman GSXC18 and GSXC16

These central air conditioning units have highly efficient two-stage condenser fan motors, and two-stage Ultratech scroll compressors deliver exceptional performance. The GSXC18 and GSXC16 models are Energy Star certified, which can reduce energy bills. These air conditioners feature ComfortAlert diagnostics and ComfortBridge technology, which continuously monitors system performance. The heavy-gauge, galvanized steel cabinet protects the AC components, and the factory-installed in-line filter dryers enhance performance. Both models feature quiet operation, are compact and have accessible service ports and controls.

The GSXC18 model measures 35.75″W x 35.75″D x 40″H. The unit is available with cooling capacities between 24,000 and 60,000 British thermal units (BTU) per hour. This split-system air conditioner has a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) of up to 19 and costs about $3,400, including installation.

The largest GSXC16 unit measures 35.75″W x 35.75″D x 42.25″H. This model is available with cooling capacities ranging from 24,000 to 60,000 BTU per hour. The air conditioner has a maximum efficiency of 17 SEER and costs about $2,700, including installation.

Goodman GSX16, GSX14 and GSX13

The Goodman GSX16, GSX14 and GSX13 air conditioners are perfect for budget-conscious consumers who want to lower their energy costs without compromising on performance. These models feature energy-efficient compressors and single-speed condenser fan motors for even temperature control. Each unit has a factory-installed filter dryer that protects the system from contaminants. These models feature quiet operation and heavy-gauge steel construction for long-term durability.

The largest GSX16 unit is 35.5″W x 35.5″D x 39.5″H. This model is available in sizes ranging from 1.5 to five tons, with cooling capacities between 18,000 and 57,000 BTU per hour. The air conditioner has a maximum efficiency of 16 SEER and costs about $2,850.

The largest GSX14 unit measures 35.5″W x 35.5″D x 38.25″H. The AC is available with cooling capacities ranging from 18,000 to 60,000 BTU per hour. This unit has a SEER rating of up to 15 and an energy efficiency ratio (EER) of up to 12.5. The average cost of a three-ton GSX14 is $1,190.

The largest GSX13 model measures 35.5″W x 35.5″D x 38.25″H. This air conditioner is available in sizes ranging from 1.5 to five tons, with cooling capacities between 18,000 and 60,000 BTU per hour. This energy-efficient split-system air conditioner delivers energy efficiency of up to 14 SEER and costs about $1,500 for a five-ton unit.

Care and maintenance

Routine maintenance by licensed HVAC professionals can help keep your air conditioning system operating at peak performance. The best time for maintenance is before you begin operating the air conditioner each year. A professional will look for leaks, clear drain lines, check electrical connections, lubricate moving parts and inspect the exterior fan.

Additional steps you can take to keep your air conditioner in good condition include changing your air filter at least once per month and cleaning the coils regularly.

For an exterior AC system, you should cut back foliage and remove debris around the unit. You should also fix bent fins on the evaporator and regularly check the condensate drains. Also remember to replace your thermostat’s batteries when necessary.

Goodman AC warranties

Goodman stands by the quality of its air conditioners with product warranties. Every Goodman air conditioner automatically carries a five-year limited parts warranty. You receive additional warranty coverage after registering your AC unit. The additional coverage includes a 10-year limited parts warranty and, for select models, a 10-year limited replacement warranty and a lifetime limited compressor warranty.

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Goodman Central Air Conditioner Reviews

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"Goodman is Not Close to Being Good!"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Goodman will not back up their 5 year parts or 10 year warranty. Just spent $600 for a capacitor and 5 pounds of freon. The serviceman told me "My condolences" when I told him I had a Goodman. Saving now for a new ac unit that will not be a Goodman piece of junk!

Kenneth Elflein

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"You won't be happy"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

4 $300+ houses, side by side, came with Goodman HVAC. Built 07 & 08, all have had to be replaced. I paid $390,000 in '12 and have replaced both units. Cheap, but not a good buy.

R Chance

Roxboro, NC

"BUY ANOTHER BRAND"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

We had ours installed May 2016, Paid $5500 mind you. This past week, it was not cooling. The guy came to service it said they have had the same problem with several of their goodman units. He said the manufacturer is doing a crappy job making these. He had to drain the freon out and solder a copper line, then refill with freon, costing me a small fortune(that I yet to pay pending a call or email from Goodman). I appreciate the 10 year part warranty, but if its an original defect from the company, why should I have to pay for this? I am seriously considering a class action law suit if I can get enough people on board. This is ridiculous.

MELISSA BENNETT

Laurinburg, NC

"OMG – I'm in trouble"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I have a Goodman, there when I purchased, and I am having the worse time. House, only 7 yrs old. For the last 3 years I have had problems. Just last week, coil and other items replaced and the unit is out again. 3 years having problems and so much money spent! Why are they allowed to rob people of their hard earnings. They should be sued for this crap they sale to people. Builders should not install these units. I can't even afford to replace it. The builders are going on blast too, for installing such crap. They too are partly responsible.

Julie

Raleigh, NC

"Don't Buy"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I had a new a/c system installed 7 years ago and I have had nothing but problems ever since. It breaks down every few months. They keep replacing the parts but I've probably paid in labor costs over 7 yrs what a whole new system would cost! That doesn't include the time I have to take off from work several times a year when the unit fails.

L. Sullivan

St. Petersburg, FL

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