Codes for Goodman furnace

Manufactured by Goodman Manufacturing Company, Goodman furnaces are an efficient and high-quality heating option for homeowners. These furnaces have a variety of features that make them appealing for homeowners. This article will cover the product codes for Goodman furnaces and how to decipher them to find the correct model.

In the past few years, it has seen rapid growth and expansion. In 1999, Goodman completed its initial public offering to become a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “GOOD.”

Goodman’s innovative engineering and quality manufacturing practices have yielded iconic brands that are known around the world for delivering comfort and reliability – Honeywell Controls, Amana®, Janitrol®, Thermastor®, or White-Rodgers® just to name few. Today Goodman manufactures home equipment such as furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps and water heaters across various regions in North America and internationally.

The Goodman Group was founded by John L. Goodman in 1938, who was a pioneer in the heating and air-conditioning industry. Goodman is an international manufacturer of quality residential and commercial comfort products. Their products are engineered with cutting-edge technology and built to last to provide optimum performance.

When it comes to installing new heating systems, you should refer the installation manual that comes with the furnace before any work is done on the furnace motor or burners as detailed codes may be required before proceeding towards these areas of the furnace itself.

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