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We service every major and minor brand out there.  Here are some common ones with a brief summary of how they compare to each other.

Residential Systems:  
 American Standard (Trane)
Rated #1 by consumers for 9 years in a row.  Highly reliable and capable of solving heating and cooling issues no other brand can compete with.  Excellent local and factory support system.  We proudly offer their products as #1 in the industry.
 Ruud (also known as Rheem)
Excellent value unit.  Redesigned their split system line-up for high quality and great access for repairs.  Great local support system.  We are happy to offer this brand as our #2 line.
 Goodman (also known as Daikin).  The largest a/c company in the US and in the world.
Past complaints of low quality and cheaper made parts.  They are aggressively working to improve their product and often win our Most Improved award year after year.
 Day & Night (Carrier, Bryant, Payne, Tempstar)
Tract home quality commonly installed.  Parts are readily available on the most common models.  We have found less inventory of parts locally available on the higher end systems.
 Lennox (Airflow)
Strong company in the US northeast, they are often seen in the industry as a #2 to Trane.  Current rankings by consumers place them much lower.  Support locally has been poor over the years but has improved some.  Their low end 'value' and 'elite' series were commonly installed by one of the large tract home companies for a number of years.  Their rooftops units are not recommended.
This name has been misused in recent years.  The manufacturing company named Goettl went out of business in 2006.  The name has been bought and sold several times, but none of the original company has survived.  The current company advertising as Goettl sells Goodman equipment with a sticker showing a Goettl name.  Fraud, high prices, and very bad reviews still plague this heavily advertised company.
 York (Coleman, Johnson Controls)
This product line hasn't changed much in many years.  Longevity in a platform is often seen as a good thing, but innovation has definitely been lacking here.  They have been traditionally slow to solve design flaws and improve performance.  Johnson Controls purchased this company in 2005 and doesn't seem to have changed this trend.  Local support for this brand was by far the worst several years ago but has greatly improved.  Mediocre equipment that does not compete at the lower price range or the top performers.
 Maytag (Frididaire, Westinghouse, Gibson)
These brand of units are all made by Nordyne, a small company located in southern Missouri.  Despite the common name of Maytag, these units are poorly built and very poorly supported, locally and nationally. We expertly service them, but highly recommend against the purchase of their equipment.