Need an overhaul of my home HVAC and it's got problems I can't deal with myself. A lot of ducting issues from the previous DIY'er who didn't DI very well.
I've had two quotes and have one more incoming, first quote included an Amana system: an SSX16-030 2.5 ton 15 SEER AC unit and an AMVC95 045 2 stage variable speed furnace.
The second quote included a Rheem RAPM 3 ton 14.5 SEER and a Classic 90 Plus.
They're both going to fix the ducting, but the second guy also gave me a hard-sell "I'll take $1000 off if you pick us today" which got my wife's hackles up. Third company's coming out Wednesday but they sell Rheem, Trane and Amana, so I don't anticipate a big difference there.
I Googled for info on both systems and found a bunch of complaints about the Rheem furnace, mostly about it being relatively high maintenance and needing a pro cleaning at least annually. Couldn't find anything about the Amanas.
Anybody have any experience with these? Thanks.
Edit: Hey, Google Chrome automatically capitalized Google on me. HAH!