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Old 12-21-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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I live in east central kansas and am looking to replace my furnace and external a/c unit. The contractor came and gave us a bid for $3475, which i think is reasonable; but the brand name he's putting in is "Sure". I'm concerned because i can't find this manufacturer on the internet anywhere, and $3475 is a lot of money to put into something. Does anyone know anything about this company or if they are made by a larger manufacturer like American Standard?

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Old 12-21-2009, 06:27 AM   #2
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Haven't heard of that one either.
May be a private label. Ask him who makes it. Or who is the parent company.

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Just found out that Sure is made by Rheem. I've seen mixed reviews on consumer sites, do any of you experts know about them? It did seem a bit funny that the contractor had to return my call because he needed to look it up.
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Rheem has good equipment.
It may just be a rebadged builder grade unit(lower end unit). i don't know.
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