Energy Saving Tips

Energy-efficiency is key to household savings. Our Energy Savings Tips cover all aspects of home heating and cooling, including helping you save money while shopping for a new air conditioner to helping you reduce your monthly utility bill! Learn about how to replace your current heater and air conditioner with a more energy-efficient model. Explore our preventative maintenance tips to save energy and keep your units running smoothly!
  • How Heat Pumps Work in Cold Weather: Furnace Heat Strips

    In this video, we'll teach you how a heat pump hvac system can help you keep your home warm in the winter while staying as energy efficient as possible.
  • SEER Ratings: Selecting the Best Air Conditioner for Energy Consumption

    SEER is the efficiency rating for heat pumps and air conditioners. Understand what it is and why it matters to you.
  • What Are Furnace Stages?

    Single stage furnaces have just stage of heat output: high. A single stage furnace will output 100% at all times, regardless of the temperature outside or inside the home. Imaging always driving your car at highway speeds, regardless of the recommended speed limit or road conditions. That's how a single stage furnace operates: the gas valve is either on or off.
  • Get The Most Efficient Furnaces For Your Home

    Get The Most Efficient Furnaces For Your Home

    The best furnace that you could buy for your home isn’t just one that keeps you and your family toasty and comfortable in the winter, but one that provides a certain level of efficiency. Such furnaces should be dependable, low maintenance, and energy efficient. specializes in providing homes and businesses with state of the art, dependable heating and cooling options, including our premium line of Goodman furnaces and air conditioners. We proudly stand behind our Goodman heating and cooling systems, made right here in America and designed with integrity and reliability. At, you can find Goodman furnaces at the most affordable prices on the market.

    But what makes Goodman furnaces so great?

    Goodman earned their high reputation in the industry by choosing to focus not on brand recognition and consumer targeted advertising, but on designing, engineering, and manufacturing dependable, affordable heating and cooling systems that are available to millions of homeowners, no matter the size of their budget. The most popular brand of American made heating systems in the nation, here are some of the reasons millions and millions of homes are now using Goodman furnaces for their home heating:

    • Cutting edge, energy efficient technology is used during the manufacturing of every Goodman product, ensuring that each unit is energy efficient and reliable.
    • Variable options that help homeowners choose a unit that meets their needs, based on price, home size, and included features.
    • High scores in Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings, year after year.
    • Reliability and extended lifespan compared to similar heating units, which means less maintenance and less replacements.

    What You’ll Get With a Goodman Furnace

    Higher Energy Ratings

    • High efficiency gas furnaces have a rating of 90%+ on the AFUE scale, meaning that homeowners have used 90% of each dollar spent heating their homes. Goodman’s energy efficient furnaces are considered highly efficient by the EPA, garnering a rating of 97%. What this means for homeowners? A reduction in heating and energy costs.

    Multi-Speed PSC Blower

    • Compared to single-speed motors, the Goodman Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC) electric multi-speed blowers offer lower energy consumption, saving you money on your electric bill. With multiple speeds to select, it ensures that your furnace will meet every comfort level with lower system noise than other brands.

    Multi-Speed ECM Blower

    • Expect higher efficiency from Goodman’s electronically commutated motor (ECM), which gives you longer lasting components and more efficient energy consumption when compared to multi- and single-speed motors. The ECM motor will switch between speeds, depending on the system requirements, helping you save even more on utility bills.

    Tubular Heat Exchangers W/ Wrinkle Bend Technology

    • It is a system designed for durability and lossless heat transfer, the primary heat exchanger being designed with tubular aluminized steel. Using wrinkle bend technology protects the tubular design from stress, keeping Goodman® furnaces in top condition. This technology also helps with efficient heat transfer.

    Goodman energy efficient furnaces are designed for efficiency and a longer lifespan. With lower energy costs throughout the year and an extended period between upgrades, Goodman® has become a symbol of affordability for homeowners, irrespective of their budgets. Investing in a more efficient heating system is sure to not only keep your family comfortable all year round, but to save you money.

    Contact Us

    Buy from our secure online shopping checkout experience, or purchase with a familiar service like PayPal. Our dedicated staff will handle all your orders quickly and efficiently. Contact us by Phone: 800-397-1392 Toll-Free and via email at  Visit our website at for more information on our products.

  • What is SEER?

    There are many different acronyms by which efficiency is labeled. You have probably heard of some like EER, HSPF, or SEER but what exactly do they mean and what process do they use to determine these numbers? Well I am here to explain and better help you with future purchases in the HVAC world.
  • How Much Energy Can You Save With a Goodman Heat Pump?

    Before we start our discussion on Goodman heat pumps, let's begin with a description of what heat pumps are and the role they play in air conditioning your home. A heat pump is part of a larger whole called heating, vacuuming, and air-conditioning system or HVAC in short.

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  • Ways to Stay Warm without Breaking the Bank

    Every winter, we find ourselves bracing for the cold and fearing the arrival of our monthly heating costs. You might wonder whether there are ways of enjoying a warm and comfortable home without incurring a huge utility bill. Fortunately, there are various ways you can stay warm without breaking the bank. One of the ways to do so is investing in Goodman air conditioning condensers.

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  • Optimizing Your Home's Cooling While Decreasing Your Bills

    A huge part of summer life is establishing ways of staying cool while decreasing costs. However, establishing how to decrease electricity bills during summer can be hard, particularly during the hottest temperatures.

    One of the most apparent ways of staying cool during summer is through air conditioning systems. However, air conditioning could get costly. What you want to do is enhance air flow to move cool air in your home. This will keep your home cooler and help decrease energy costs.

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  • Does Your Electric Company Offer Energy Savings Kits?

    Goodman heat pump condensers continue to soar in popularity across the country. In fact, these units are perfect for homes and businesses in the South East portion of the nation. This is due to near-year round warm and humid climates with little frigid or colder temperatures. As your premier online gas furnace store, we offer the highest-quality of heat pumps from Goodman AC at low prices.

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  • Air Filters

    Keeping Clean, Keeping Healthy?

    Air filters are a part of an HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system that needs to be replaced on a regular basis; it is to keep the system running efficiently and prevent damage. Standard filters are made to protect the equipment from dust and large particles, and they do not filter out things like mold, bacteria, and some pollen. Therefore if you want the benefit of cleaner air in your home to try and help with asthma and allergies, you need a more specialized filter designed to block much smaller particles, such as a HEPA (High Energy Particle Air) filter. Unlike regular air filters, HEPA air filters are made up from densely packed layers of glass fibers instead of paper. They are typically graded based on the MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) which goes from one to twenty, with the higher the number, the better the filtration. The company M3 also has a system called MPR (Micro-Particle Performance Rating) from 300 to 2800 with the higher number filtering out smaller particles. Lastly, Home Depot has its specific system they call FPR (Filter Performance rating) with the higher number picking up smaller particles. 




    Air Filter

    Pollutants and the Effect on Air Quality

    Pollutants that can affect air quality in a home fall into the following categories:

    Particulate matter includes dust, smoke, pollen, animal dander, tobacco smoke, particles generated from combustion appliances such as cooking stoves, and particles associated with tiny organisms such as Dust mites, molds, bacteria, and viruses.

    Gaseous pollutants come from combustion processes. Sources include gas cooking stoves, vehicle exhaust, and tobacco smoke. They also come from Building materials, furnishings, and the use of products such as adhesives, paints, varnishes, cleaning products, and pesticides.

    Also when getting an air filter you not only have to decide on the filtration level but what kind of filter. There are disposable filters which are usually the lower levl filtration made from paper. A HEPA filter may also be electrostatic but not all HEPA filters are. An electrostatic filter is a reusable filter that is washable when it gets dirty. It is considered the more environmentally friendly option and can last several years. Also the electrostatic alone may not be enough to trap the tiny particles that may aggravate asthma and allergy sufferers. You still need to keep an eye on the MERV (or applicable) rating system. You can also buy disposable filters with an electrostatic charge, though the electrostatic by itself isn’t enough.

    Whether you choose disposable or reusable filters they do have to be cleaned or changed regularly to keep your ventilation system clean and running efficiently. HEPA air filters that help with allergens need to be changed more frequently than ordinary paper filters, especially during allergy season. This can mean changing the filter almost every other month, as opposed to the regular air filters which normally need to be changed only every six months. While the allergen filter does help reduce allergens but it’s only effective if the HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system itself is also cleaned at least once a year. Not only will it make your allergen-specific filters null but it can have a substantial effect on the operation of the HVAC system. Also, while air cleaning devices may help to control the levels of airborne allergens, and particles in a home, they may not decrease adverse health effects from indoor air pollutants that exist inside the home. Meaning that we need to study this closer and that a more fine filter might help with allergens in the house but if you don’t also keep your HVAC clean and try to keep the allergens in the home down then it will be less effective.

    Air Filters Effect in Your Home

    Dirty Filter

    Most people understand that a finer air filter will help keep allergens and particles levels lower in the home. What some overlook, though, is that you have to keep your home fairly clean in order for the filter help keep allergens down. If black mold is growing in the bathroom and is allowed to grow unchecked the filter can only lessen said allergens. If your HVAC system hasn’t been cleaned on a yearly basis then build up and dirt could be putting a strain on your system and upping your electric bill and also make your HVAC system less effective in keeping the temperature where it needs to be. Air filters are more than just keeping your HVAC system working, it can possibly help reduce allergens in homes, and keep your system running efficiently and reduce the damage of wear and tear. Air filters will help keep allergens lower but it can only assist, keeping the home free of allergies should already be a priority and the air filter the last line of defense. With the variety of types and degrees of filtration available, there seems to be an air filter for everyone.

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