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Sheeesh, they know how to charge don't they, but in saying that these quotes all seem to be OK, or at least within ballpark of what one would expect from the differing suppliers.
Rheme for $3.3k This is what I think is about the best of what you detail. They are well made , good support, and are a common one to service.
Goodman equipment for $3.8k Expensive but well made.
Weatherking for $3.1k Not as well made.
Frigidaire $3.6k I don't really like these ones so I am biased.
Whichever one you choose, lock them down, and get a Full Warranty, make sure your installer is a well qualified and has lots of experience in installing and servicing the units, you are dealing with.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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