All manufacturer's of Unitary Residentila HVAC equipment make models that
are "economy" minded. If that's what you want, that's what you can get.
Most offer several models, some are bottom line, some are top line. What's
the GY9 92% furnaces have had a lot of problems with the draft inducers.
and the plastic drain pans on there evap coils are so cheesey if you sneeze
they crack.i just dont think york is worth the money that you pay for it.
www.hvac-talk.com is great for heating/cooling info and has both
professional and consumer forums. OTOH the alt.hvac newsgroup is
crazy and nasty, mostly because some psycho thinks he's the moderator
and hates home owners (calls them "home moaners").
Consumer Reports said that central HVAC systems were generally very
reliable, but York, Heil (we have one), and Goodman/Janitrol were
among the worst. The best were Trane/American Standard and Rheem/Ruud.
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