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The Built In America television show is taking viewers deep inside one of the nation’s massive, new industrial facilities to witness how a $417 million investment in United States manufacturing is creating Goodman brand air conditioners and furnaces, along with up to 7,000 jobs. Within the doors of the world’s largest tilt wall building at the Texas Technology Park, the Built In America documentary, led by host John McCalmont, demonstrates the manufacturing magic of morphing hefty 15,000-pound coils of steel, aluminum and copper into Goodman brand heating and air conditioning units. Roving the sprawling 4 million-plus square-foot facility, McCalmont – in tow with Goodman Vice President of Manufacturing Joseph Campbell – follows the entire Goodman production process from stamping, brazing, assembly, painting, testing and more testing. McCalmont even chips in to help assemble several products. revolutionize heating and air conditioning industry The technological prowess showcased at the Texas Technology Park demonstrates how far Harold V. Goodman’s dream has come since he created his namesake company 43 years ago. Back then, Goodman said he wanted to “revolutionize the heating and air conditioning industry,” but even he might have found the scope of manufacturing capabilities at Texas Technology Park beyond his imagination. Built In America television celebrates cutting-edge companies that manufacture and assemble products in the United States. Goodman designs, engineers and assembles all of its indoor comfort products in the United States. According to Built In America, the series focuses on the history, job creation, education, business model, pride in workmanship and positive community impact of top companies and their hometowns. The show airs on The Fox Business Network (FBN) as sponsored segments to over 230 million viewers internationally.
A dealer-driven enhancement developed by Goodman Manufacturing Company has earned a 2018 Dealer Design Award for making outdoor condensing unit installation and service more convenient and faster. After hearing feedback from its heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) dealers, Goodman redesigned the liquid line service valves on outdoor condensers to angle outward – a simple but ingenious improvement on traditional service port design. By angling the service port outward and providing room to maneuver with tools, HVAC contractors have found it easier and faster to connect pressure gauge hoses. That enhancement earned Goodman a 2018 ACHR Dealer Design Award.The national award program was established to honor excellence in HVACR product design. Winners showcase the most innovative products that can be conveniently installed, maintained and serviced. easy to install and easy to service Making Goodman brand condensing units easy to sell, easy to install and easy to service is part of our brand DNA" Additionally, a second dealer-driven design improvement was made to elevate the contactor on all single-phase condensing units, allowing for easier connection of incoming electrical line. Previously, contractors had to make this connection in a space with a snug fit. “Our HVAC dealers spoke, and we took action,” explains Mark Hagan, Director of Product Marketing for Goodman. “Making Goodman brand condensing units easy to sell, easy to install and easy to service is part of our brand DNA, so dealer feedback was instrumental in evolving our design for the contactor and service port.” single-phase condensing units The positive response from dealers for the angled service valves encouraged Goodman to implement the enhancement across all its outdoor condensing units. Elevated contactors are now found on all Goodman brand single-phase condensing units. Goodman designed and tested the modifications at its research and testing facilities at its technology campus in Waller, Texas, just outside Houston. All Goodman brand heating and cooling systems are designed, engineered and assembled in the United States. “We continue to drive towards dealer-focused enhancements that make Goodman products easier to sell, install and service,” Hagan says. “These plans for improvement span all aspects of the product, from system design to label application. Stay tuned to learn about more product improvements moving through the pipeline.”
Renown for pioneering the first 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty for HVAC products, Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. has now launched limited warranty enhancements for several of its air conditioning, heat pumps and packaged systems. Replacement Limited Warranty Effective February 1, 2020, several Goodman brand affordably priced, energy efficient models will be backed with a 2-Year Unit Replacement Limited Warranty. When properly registered, the following Goodman brand products qualify for a 2-Year Replacement Limited Warranty should the compressor or heat exchanger fail on the original homeowner. All other extended limited warranty coverages remain active for all products. The Two-Year Unit Replacement Limited Warranty covers the following Goodman models: Condensing units – GSX16, GSX14, GSX13, GSZ16, and GSZ14 Gas furnaces – GMES92, GMES80, GCES80, and GMES80-U (California only) Residential Packaged Units – GPC15H, GPC14H, GPC14M, GPH16H, GPH16M, GPH14H, GPH14M, GPD14, GPG16M, and GPG14M Enhancing warranty coverage for energy-efficient products Strengthening the limited warranty coverage on select energy-efficient split systems, heat pumps and packaged units" “By enhancing the limited warranty coverage on select 13- and 14-SEER condensing units, 80 percent and 90 percent AFUE gas furnaces, and residential packaged units, we can supplement the trust independent HVAC dealers have built with their customers,” says Kevin Belgrade, Vice President Marketing for Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. Kevin adds, “Moreover, strengthening the limited warranty coverage on select energy-efficient split systems, heat pumps and packaged units reinforces our commitment to manufacturing high-quality, reliable indoor comfort products at our over $450 million, state-of-the-art Texas Technology Park facility.” 10-Year Unit Replacement and Parts Limited Warranty Enhancing coverage for its energy-efficient product line complements the strong limited warranties backing many of Goodman’s high-performance systems, including its 10-Year Unit Replacement Limited Warranty, 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty, and 20-Year Heat Exchanger Limited Warranty. All Goodman brand products are designed, engineered and assembled in the United States under the expansive roof of a high-tech facility large enough to cover 74 football fields.