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Question DetailsAsked on 11/6/2014

Can anyone tell me what brand furnace and air conditioning unit, One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning installs?

I need to replace a 17 year old furnace and air conditioning unit. I recently had the furnace cleaned and checked for the upcoming winter season. It has been recommended that I consider replacing the furnace based on age and the condition of the furnace. I plan to look at high efficiency units. One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning serviced the furnace and made the recommendation. I have used them for years for service and have been very satisfied. However, I have no experience with having them install new equipment. Their website makes no mention of what brand equipment they sell and install. I have searched the web but have not been able to find any product information on other websites.

Additionally, I also plan to have a Trane and Carrier contractor bid the job. I am looking for opinions on Trane and Carrier products as well as One Hour. Specifically I would like to know how they compare to each other with regards to quality.

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Ah, so sad - another AL member so crippled by easy access to AL help that they cannot function without it.

Take two minutes and call or eMail them or send a message through their AL profile page and ASK what brands they install. Be sure to specify if you are talking forced air or boiler heat, and heat pump or A/C, as applicable - and fuel type for the furnace.

For comparisons between brands in general, you can find some opinions by contributors about that in the Home > HVAC link in Browse Projects at lower left - for both furnaces/boilers and A/C units, plus a very few about heat pumps.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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