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Goodman Furnace Buying Guide

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Goodman Furnace Reviews

Goodman furnaces are a great option for home heating when you need an extremely reliable replacement furnace for a decent price. Goodman furnaces are usually more affordable than some high priced competitor HVAC furnace brands such as Trane, or Carrier. However, Goodman still offers a reliable and quality replacement furnace with a good warranty. If you wanted to compare other top furnace brands, you may want to check out our full list.

When planning to install a new Goodman furnace, it may be smart to also check the performance of your current home central AC unit, if it is time to replace it you may want to install a new Goodman air conditioner at the same time.

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Goodman Furnace Cost to Install

  • The average Goodman gas furnace cost can range from $2,055 to $3,250 in total installation costs. Your exact costs will largely depend on the size furnace system needed for your home and the AFUE level.

If you wanted to install a mid tier unit such as the Goodman GMVC8 gas furnace with a standard 80% AFUE  you could expect to pay $2,182 in installation costs. This gas furnace would be perfect for warmer areas in zone 1 – 3 of the heating zone map of the U.S. found below. To get exact local costs, connect with one of our natural gas furnace installers today.

Goodman Furnace Prices by Model

Goodman gas furnace prices will vary by the model you wish to install. Each Goodman furnace model has a different size in BTU’s as well as an energy efficiency or AFUE % level. The furnace price chart below will give you an idea of what you can expect to pay for the furnace unit only and what you can expect to pay for total installation.

Furnace ModelAFUE %Unit OnlyInstallation Cost
Goodman GMVM9798%$2,275$3,250
Goodman GMVC9696%$2,100$2,875
Goodman GMSS9692%$2,050$2,800
Goodman GMVC880%$1,122$2,182
Goodman GCVC880%$1,115$2,055

What Goodman Furnace Model is Most Cost Effective for Your Climate?

If you are trying to decide what AFUE rating  you need from your new Goodman replacement furnace, the first thing you’ll want to figure out is what is the most cost effective Goodman model offered for your home’s size and climate. A newly installed home furnace needs to be able to handle the heating needs of your local climate based off of average temperatures during the colder months. We’ve separated each region of all 50 U.S. states below into a climate map to help give you an idea of which Goodman model furnace would be the best for you.

  • Zone 1, 2, 3: – 80% AFUE
  • Zone 4: – 90% to 93% AFUE
  • Zone 5: – 93% to 95% + AFUE

 

furnace installation heat map for climate

If you were installing a Goodman furnace in a Zone 5 climate state such as New York where the winter weather can be harsh for a 2,000 square foot home, you would want to think about installing a Goodman GMVM97 which boasts a 98% AFUE rating. That particular model would price out to around $2,275 for the furnace alone and with labor and installation costs would be around $3,250 in total.

Goodman Furnace Installers Near You

You’ll want to find a reliable gas furnace installer with good reviews and ratings before installing a Goodman furnace heating unit. Goodman does not directly sell their furnaces to HVAC dealers like other top brands, which can lead to some improper installations. You’ll want to vet out your contractor and make sure they’ve worked with installing a Goodman HVAC system before.

Goodman Furnace Warranty

Goodman is known for having one of the best furnace warranties for their natural gas furnaces and other HVAC systems. You must register your new gas furnace within the predetermined time frame of 60 days. Their furnace warranty includes:

  • 10 Year Parts Limited Warranty
  • 10 Year Unit Replacement Limited Warranty (on select furnace models)
  • Lifetime Heat Exchanger Limited Warranty (while you own your home)
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