HVAC Made in the USA!

by WHulme
(Dallas, Tx, USA)

Is there a manufacture of residential air conditioning and heat equipment that is 100% built in the United States and that uses United States components? By this I mean no American made parts but assembled in other countries.

I remember one manufacture in Longview, Texas that prided itself on this claim and it was a quality product (Eubanks Mfg.)now most companies go outside the United States for parts or to be built. Like some input on this!

A/C in Texas

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Luxaire NEW
by: Phil

According to their website, Luxaire HVAC systems are built in Kansas and Oklahoma employing over 1,770 highly dedicated individuals who build quality into every unit. Luxaire is part of Johnson Controls. I emailed them asking them what percentage of their components are USA made. If satisified with their answer I will replace my heat and air this spring with Luxaire, even at more cost than the others.

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Best central a/c NEW
by: Anonymous

Your a/c or any other product is a crap shoot. A/c units are mostly good if properly installed. Trane has gone down hill and has lousy support from their dealers and factory. I have several products from China which are excellent-thermostat-microwave-t.v-central a/c parts.

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Daikin - built in USA NEW
by: Anonymous

Goodman, Daikin, and Amana equipment is built in the US. Daikin is the world leader in HVAC and has invested $500,000,000 on their new plant in Texas.

Daikin is the best in the business. All the others manufacture in Mexico (to some degree)

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Made in the us NEW
by: Jody HODGES

Our company is starting to examine where things are made and want to support US manufacturers. And eliminate suppliers that are or have moved out of the country.

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by: Anonymous

Most manufactures including, Trane, Carrier, Rheem & RUUD have manufacturing plants in Mexico. I think it's funny people think that Carrier is the only one, but other manufactures have been in Mexico and other foreign countries for years.

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Trane & American Standard made in USA NEW
by: WS Anonymous

These two brands are by far the best and made in the USA. They build their units to the highest standards. Consumer Reports rates them to be the best. I have been in the refrigeration business for 30 years and I have seen just how they have been making parts cheaper & less dependable.Trane makes American Standard and their made north-west Fl. I use to think Carrier was one of the best but have not felt that way in years. Most now are outside the US and are cheaply made. Research your new unit and contractor. They usually sell one or two types and your stuck with their service calls what means more money to them, and most mark-up on parts is close to 300%

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Skil-aire div. of Tithe Corp. www.skil-aire.com NEW
by: Anonymous

100% Made in the USA NEW
by: Skil-aire.com

For over 30 years, Skil-aire has manufactured HVAC equipment that is made in the USA -currently Baltimore Maryland-- with 100% American made parts and components and an all American work force. They're a woman owned business didn't sell out to China.

Check the website: www.skil-aire.com

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Bologna NEW
by: Anonymous

If you think Trump had anything to do with keeping jobs in America you are sadly mistaken. He hires illegals to work at his businesses and cheats them out if wages. He would do anything for more of the almighty dollar. Greed is ruination as it is for all that have more than they need.

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DO WE MAKE ANYTHING NEW
by: Ken B

freidrich 8ooo btu 4 years freon leak,called manufacture for 3 repair people in my area.
1ST repairman, "what mod." CP-000 "made in china not worth fixing what did you pay $350"
2nd repairman "bring it in $25 to checkout"
3rd repairman "what mod." CP-000 "made in china not worth fixing" I asked him well what should I buy?
"Oh buy a Fredrich but make sure it is made in mexico". I asked how do I know? "all CP- are china
but could not tell me what mod.#" Call back Texas
Headquarters "well we use to make them here but now
we make the better ones in mexico" $650 for new unit
made in mexico, weighed about 25 more pounds than china one, more heavy dudy everything."f"ing shame
what greed has done to quality.this is my buying process.USA,Mexico(NAFTA),Japan,Tywain,india,and the very last on my list CHINA, NO QUALITY CONTROL
as soon as it leaves USA.

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American Made Furnace And Air Conditioner NEW
by: Tim C

York owned by Johnson controls and is an American company and manufacturer. Although not all components are not made here they do their best to source them here. I have been to the factories and talked to their CEO. Some parts to the units are no longer made here or if they are the company cannot produce enough to meet their demand to build them. They do use all USA steel and during peak production they are consuming 17 coils stocks of us steel a day. They employee over 5 thousand people at their Norman Oklahoma plant and Wichita Kansas plant. Support your neighbor buy American we can make a difference if our politicians wont

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Daikin NEW
by: Taka

Goodman is just like every other brand and only as good as the installer and as good as it is maintained. Everybody in the HVAC business knows that! In the early years Goodman had to sell to plumbing Wholesalers as the large HVAC Wholesalers were already entrenched with Carrier, Lennox, Trane etc. the plumbing Wholesalers in turn had to sell to Dealers who weren't already married to the major brands. That usually meant Plumbers and moonlighters, many of which weren't trained to install them. Thus the bad rep. I have a Goodman that is 30 years old, still runs fine and has never required repairing. Difference is it was installed and maintained properly. Daikin bought Goodman in 2012 and the systems have evolved to become some of the best systems made anywhere! Carrier, Trane, Lennox, Rheem, Nordyne.....all of our "American" manufacturers have steady migrated to Mexico for over 10 years to increase profits (though they say to cut cost of manufacturing). Dailin has invested $1.6 billion in their U.S. Operations in the past 4 years. They must know something about our economy and our workers that our "American" manufacturers don't!! Their new 500 acre facility in Houston is the 2nd largest manufacturing plane in the world (Boeing has one bigger). Daikin is the #1 manufacturer of heating and cooling products in the world and will introduce HVAC systems from this new facility that will be technologically more advanced and superior to anything its competitors are capable of dreaming up. Plus their warranties and aftermarket supprt is already superior. Daikin strives to design and make all of their components so the can say their priducts are "Daikin, Inside & Out"! Sad that the Asians see more potential here and have more confidence in America than we do ourselves.

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by: Taka

Goodman is just like every other brand and only as good as the installer and as good as it is maintained. Everybody in the HVAC business knows that! In the early years Goodman had to sell to plumbing Wholesalers as the large HVAC Wholesalers were already entrenched with Carrier, Lennox, Trane etc. the plumbing Wholesalers in turn had to sell to Dealers who weren't already married to the major brands. That usually meant Plumbers and moonlighters, many of which weren't trained to install them. Thus the bad rep. I have a Goodman that is 30 years old, still runs fine and has never required repairing. Difference is it was installed and maintained properly. Daikin bought Goodman in 2012 and the systems have evolved to become some of the best systems made anywhere! Carrier, Trane, Lennox, Rheem, Nordyne.....all of our "American" manufacturers have steady migrated to Mexico for over 10 years to increase profits (though they say to cut cost of manufacturing). Dailin has invested $1.6 billion in their U.S. Operations in the past 4 years. They must know something about our economy and our workers that our "American" manufacturers don't!! Their new 500 acre facility in Houston is the 2nd largest manufacturing plane in the world (Boeing has one bigger). Daikin is the #1 manufacturer of heating and cooling products in the world and will introduce HVAC systems from this new facility that will be technologically more advanced and superior to anything its competitors are capable of dreaming up. Plus their warranties and aftermarket supprt is already superior. Daikin strives to design and make all of their components so the can say their priducts are "Daikin, Inside & Out"! Sad that the Asians see more potential here and have more confidence in America than we do ourselves.

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Goodman is crap NEW
by: Anonymous

Goodman is crap. Goodman is also the reason AC's only last 12 years instead of 20. Anybody in the ac business knows this.

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built in the US NEW
by: Anonymous

Designed, engineered and built in the US by American people. Goodman, Amana & Daikin, owned by Daikin.

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Looking for new conditioner NEW
by: Linda

HELP I need a new air conditioner and would love to find one that is rated pretty high and made in US, IS THIS POSSIBLE

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Trainwreck NEW
by: MichaelF.

Please state your age I am 55 I remember when we worked and had so many jobs if you called an add you went to work that day. I will buy.only American. NO Trump did not go Bankrupt he.brought companies failing into bankruptcy the back out employing thousands. We are going to War no matter what and that is Obama as well Hillary''s Fault. Order of Wars 1st ISIS will be Nuked has to be donesecond Iran will have a fuel Bomb dropped on Nuke facility. Third North Korea probably Nuked. Finally if Ruusia.does not quit flying over our planes and ships they will be shot down finally the Chinese Islands are scheduled to be drilled with underwater Sub Torpedo''s I.have seen the plan. Get ready Americans will be making everything.faerie Oh! And Illegals are going home and Mexico is building the Wall. Get ready He'll is coming for everyone on Earth. It'seems Obama and George Bushe'so fault w/little Hillary selling secrets to foriegn Nations.

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portable ac units NEW
by: Anonymous

i no no ac units are made in america but there must be some not made in china please help. japan would be ok. don

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portable ac units NEW
by: Anonymous

i no no ac units are made in america but there must be some not made in china please help. japan would be ok. don

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by: Anonymous

Thanks, Anonymous. But, Daikin is Japanese owned company. How much tax revenue leaves the US per unit? Say I purchase a 25 SEER unit (Amana) for $15K. How much of that $15K leaves the US economy? I have no idea, just asking. I prefer "made in USA" yet foreign owned vs foreign made but US owned; period. Ideal would be US owned and US manufactured, but obviously that can be impossible, for now.

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BUY AMERICAN PEOPLE! NEW
by: Anonymous

Daikin also owns Goodman and Amana lines. Daikin is now building a 900 acre facility outside of Houston TX to design, engineer and manufacture their HVAC units, as well as interior parts. They searched for years for land large enough for this plant. Search for it on YouTube. It's impressive and would be worth the relocation. Those 3 lines will be, really, the very few HVAC manufacturers that will still be MADE IN THE USA. The Daikin line also comes with some of the best warranties in the industry- 12 Year Parts Ltd, 12 Year Replacement Ltd & Lifetime Heat Exchanger Ltd. Seriously, they are in a class of their own.

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by: Jim Bauman

That's a problem with our trade policies. We want clean air, sustainable manufacturing processes here inside the US; so we have rules/regs. It is stupid to allow the importing of products manufactured via processes that pollute beyond our standards. This should not be allowed; and should be a part of our trade policy. I wouldn't just want to tariff a "dirtier" import; I'd want to ban it unless same standards met. We don't want to make it easier to make light bulbs here again, if that means allowing more Mercury into the atmosphere; those Chinese bulbs should be banned. Meanwhile; a boycott is equally effective, huh. We need to use the internet more effectively as politicians have; we don't need expensive "mass media" to get the message out. I'd like to seriously hurt even US corporations that outsource by educating US consumers that that (slightly cheaper price) comes with baggage. Moral baggage that make the import "junk." I aim to do this "soon."

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Labor and reg NEW
by: Anonymous

I travel to leon mx a few times a yr on my way to San Miguel
Leon has a gen motors plant there very large I was told that they build 90 percent of pick ups and suv's there as far as u can see there are new vehicles lined up to be shipped. And probably 8 prb10 city type buses parked there and was told they were to bring labor to work and I'm sure there are no green peace and EPA around

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Regulations NEW
by: Ted

Regulations and red tape
EPA,deq, green org etc plus high corp is just as bad probably
A bigger deterrent than labor

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Jim Bauman NEW
by: Anonymous

Well, there is usually at least one "hold out" that will make theirs here for us that will pay more for it. I don't expect workers in the US to work for $6/hr, so what's the solution? Tariffs? I'm fine with those; it's called "protectionism" for a reason. I'll about guarantee that one major company still makes residential HVAC here. I plan to buy a 25 SEER unit by this time next year. By then I will have researched and will report back what brand I buy; and how much $$$$. I don't care it that brand costs $2K more than imported. As a truck driver; my job is protected by default. I'll do my part to protect manufacturing inside the US.

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Made in the us? NEW
by: Rite Way

That's changing by the moment, We are a med sized HVAC contractor and have sold most brands over the past 26 years ALL BIG BRANDS have plants in both Mexico and here however that's changing by the moment, Carrier will be phasing out there furnace facility in Indiana that I have visited it's sad but you have to look at the money labor is hard to to pay union rates, all the manufactures have had plants in Mexico for years and they're slowly transitioning what's left in America to Mexico because of the labor costs it sucks hate to see it

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Anti-American NEW
by: Anonymous

Areanyhvacmadeinusa

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Truck driver NEW
by: Jim bauman

Good post. Me too. I don't give a s--t how the economy works ; i want my next central air to be as much "made in USA" as possible. Price is irrelevant to me. I'll guarantee; the more of us that demand this; the more good jobs we'll have in the US. It's that simple. I want a president who will destroy China and Mexican trade agreements; but we can get the job done MLK style: boycott the foreign made stuff to the extent possible.

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Be Real NEW
by: Anonymous

It pains me to read some of the comments on here from idiots who have no clue what they are talking about. I have been in the HVAC industry for 20+ years and I am telling you that you won't find an HVAC product that is 100% American. Although I don't agree with sending jobs out of the country, it is what it is. Suck it up and quit being mindless followers bashing companies and equipment you know nothing about. All you jokers that say "I ain't buying nothin' that ain't American!" Well guess what?! Throw out your phones, toss your TV and you are walking to work tomorrow regardless of the Make!!! LOL!!!

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Rheem NEW
by: William

Reheem is not completely built in the USA. They pulled out of Fort Smith in 2011 for Old Mexico.

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Econonics right, greed more likely NEW
by: Anonymous

I am looking for a furnace that is made 100% in the United States, every component every nut and bolt. I will pay top dollar for that. I don't want anybody putting it together in any other country, furthermore I want a union man or woman putting it together. Otherwise, I'm not buying a freaking furnace.

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Daikin is pulling 2,000 jobs from my town to go to Houston! NEW
by: Anonymous

Daikin may be building a new plant in Houston, but - and this generated zero national news or campaign comment - they are closing plants in Tennessee, including the major employer in my town of Fayetteville, to do it. That's 2,000 jobs gone locally here in 2017, and the town will dry up. It's just not that simple an issue. Big corporations, they don't care about their workers anymore. Workers, the vast majority of whom are not organized labor, are expendable. They care about cheap. Inside the USA, that means the non-union, lesser skilled, lower paid Southern workers compete for Northern factories to move here. Huntsville, Ala., just lured Remington from Connecticut and Polaris from the Midwest - all inside the US, but still painful for the town that were left behind. It is harder to solve than a simple campaign slogan.

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HVAC traitors NEW
by: Tim

Daikin, an Asian company, is the inly major HVAC manufacturer who is actually INVESTING in the U.S. !! They are presently building a $417 million state of the art facility in Houston. Seems they understand re-investing into the wxonomy from which you get your profits. That's why they are number 1 in sales globally and in the U.S. As well. The U.S. HVAC market is the largest in the world. But our American manufacturers are traitors and rapists.

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TRUMP Brings Companies BACK to the USA NEW
by: Conic

All this talk about Trump paying no taxes and shipping jobs to China is BUNK with NO SOURCES to back it up.

FORD just announced they are bringing their manufacturing BACK to the USA because of what Donald Trump said. Trump said that he will TAX companies who produce in Mexico to sell back to the USA. There goes the profit advantage of moving jobs to Mexico!

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liberal moron NEW
by: Anonymous

You clearly have no idea how economics work.

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Obsession With Taxes NEW
by: Anonymous

Taxes are like the draft, not popular but necessary. People like Trump run when there is a draft. Taxes will go up for those in the top brackets, or else we bankrupt. Even the elder Bush raised taxes. Trump pays no tax, the average worker pays Trumps salary. Get over it. If there is a war we draft. If infrastructure need fixing taxes go up. Once things get rebuilt, taxes go down. Bernie...Bush...whoever. The point is the big guys want you to pay their bills. Trump gets more US gov handouts then anyone in history, that is a fact. So do the rest of us watch the guy parade around with his Jet and Ruskie wife...and stick the little people with all the bills. Trump is a wasteful spender period.
Roosevelt got folks back to work. So are we rooting for the dude with the coolest toys, or voting for someone who can get something done. If taxes is your issue...go Trump all the way brother.
If getting folks back to work is your issue...Sanders is the only person who is even addressing this.
Trump = China outsourcing.
Sanders = Manufacturing in USA

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Trump==USA , Bernie==USSR NEW
by: An American

Anonymous, what kind of moron are you, supporting Bernie Sanders? Sanders won't protect American jobs. He'll just raise taxes. And then he'll raise taxes some more. He'll raise taxes on individuals, he'll raise taxes on businesses, he'll raise taxes so much that the cost of doing business in the USA will rise EVEN MORE, and as a result there will be MORE offshoring of jobs.

Only Donald Trump has a plan to reignite American manufacturing.

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Trum and the Repos are Criminals NEW
by: Anonymous

Trump bankrupted 4 times and took a Ruskie wife. People need to take a firm stand. My next furnace will be made in USA. Components that came from other countries is not my first choice, be at least preserve some of the jobs. Trump outsourced the Jobs in ALL of his buildings. He will line his pockets by building a wall, while the average family starves. Meanwhile the roads here are falling apart. Trump wants to sell the Jersey Turnpike.
Why not put our folks to work fixing roads, bridges, water pipes, airports, and schools.
The Repos sold us out. Is Sanders the right guy? Well...says he wants to put people back to work,sounds like a start. Trump...Cruz...these guy take loans they never repay. Do you like Sanders...maybe maybe not? Hey Sanders at least says he will bail out Americans, so far I like what I see. There is only one issue here...JOBS.

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goodman a/c NEW
by: Anonymous

goodman is now owned by daikin group and is no longer made in usa

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Bernie Sanders will actually fight against outsourcing NEW
by: Anonymous

Donald Trump doesn't care about you and he doesn't care about outsourcing. He is just pandering to working class Americans with rhetoric. He outsourced his former clothing line at Macy's and every other product he sold. If he carried, he would have made his own products in America. He just wants your vote and won't do a thing about outsourcing. Bernie Sanders on the other hand has fought against outsourcing and other anti-Middle Class policies for decades. He is the candidate that can reinvigorate the Middle Class.

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Coleman NEW
by: Anonymous

Coleman is owned by Johnson Controls, which is a multinational conglomerate. Its products are not entirely made in the USA, or even mostly so.

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Don't buy Carrier anymore, that's for sure. NEW
by: Art C

I'm sure a lot of folks are reading about how Carrier is firing 1,400 American workers and sending their jobs to Mexico. Carrier just took itself off the list of manufacturers I'll consider when I install mini splits in my house this Spring.

Everyone please vote for Donald Trump, it's the only way to save American jobs.

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Trane NEW
by: Anonymous

I had my company Palms County Air Conditioning palmscountyac.com put my Trane unit in and it has worked great for years!

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Industry insider NEW
by: Anonymous

You will be hard pressed to find an A/C unit built in the US using 100% content. This is true of every major brand in the market. Most manufactures design the product in the US and either assemble in Mexico or US using parts from various countries ( Mostly China and Mexico ).

Despite this fact, the quality standards are quite high and although the parts may be produced in other parts of the world, they must comply with design standards set by the manufacture.

Overall, the PPM levels for the HVAC industry have been trending down, following the automotive industry quality systems. The companies that produce the A/C units ( Trane, Carrier, York, etc.) are very involved with their supplier base and the quality parts they purchase. Purchasing parts outside the US is simply a matter of economics, driven mostly by the reduced labor cost in countries such as China and Mexico.

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Carrier Junk NEW
by: Anonymous

Bought a whole new Carrier system (A/C and furnace) two years ago. Ran fine up until last week then it broke down TWICE within a few days. First the blower motor on the inside unit went bad and then a capacitor on the outside unit went bad. The motor was from China, I saw it on the box. The capacitor from Mexico. I thought Carrier was supposed to be a good brand ? My last Carrier unit lasted 22 years, but I guess it was made in USA ? I have lost all faith.

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Mexico Lennox!!! NEW
by: F black

I have a Lennox A/C that was made in Mexico I saw the box it came out of but many dealers will not talk about it if something starts to go wrong with it I will take it to court

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100% Made in the USA NEW by: Skil-aire.com NEW
by: Skil-aire div. of Tithe Corp.

For over 30 years, Skil-aire has manufactured HVAC equipment that is made in the USA -currently Baltimore Maryland-- with 100% American made parts and components.

Check the website: www.skil-aire.com

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Made in the USA NEW
by: Anonymous

Was told by an installer the only true HVAC unit that is totally made in America including the parts is YORK. I'm not confirming this, just passing on what I was told by a business owner.

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I agree; made in China HVAC is junk! NEW
by: Anonymous

My Lennox is less than 5 years old and has needed repair about every 6 months. It went crazy when we had unusually cold weather, and the heater broke 7 or 8 times in the past month! The repairman was here so much the neighbors probably thought I had an affair going on. It's working now, but the next break-down I'm keep the copper out of it to recycle and sending the rest where it belongs - in the junk! Thanks for the info on American made units. I'll come back here to find a different brand the next time this piece of trash breaks.

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by: Anonymous

We purchased unit for our home and in three years we have had so many problems with it. So far spent 500.00 on things and labor not covered under warranty. It is terrible. Wish we had good ole USA products again.

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100% Made in the USA NEW
by: Skil-aire.com

For over 30 years, Skil-aire has manufacturered HVAC equipment that is made in the USA -currently Baltimore Maryland-- with 100% American made parts and components.

Check the website: www.skil-aire.com


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Thanks for the info NEW
by: Anonymous

Glad I found this site I also buy American even if it is a much higher price.

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Made in USA A/C NEW
by: USA Buyer

Searching Made in USA A/C units I found the following site.
It lists a bunch on units

https://www.howtobuyamerican.com/content/db/b-db-american-union-made.shtml#Air%20Conditioners

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Made in USA A/C NEW
by: USA Buyer

Searching Made in USA A/C units I found the following site.
It lists a bunch on units

https://www.howtobuyamerican.com/content/db/b-db-american-union-made.shtml#Air%20Conditioners

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Made in USA. A/C package unit for residential home NEW
by: Anonymous

03/22/14 A Rheem 3.5 - 16 seer - heat pump package unit was installed in my home and immediately asfter testing it a strong burning metal smell came. It is a horrible smell. They said to open windows/doors for 3-4 hours and we did. Came back and the smell still there. Closed the windowns/doors an 8 hours later the smell was worst. We left the home and I started a headache than s chest tightness and nose burning. I want them to take the unit back. They are not willing to do that. I am looking for an AMERICAN MADE A/C now. Is there any company that still makes an A/c package units in this wonderful country that once was?. PLEASE HELP US OUT. THANK YOU
We leave in Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Florida - area.

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air conditioners. NEW
by: Anonymous

I live in Collierville tn and we have a large Carrier plant here that has been here many years. I do know they make serveral brands, just chage the label. Last year I purchased a Goodman which has been great and they are make in Tn and TX. They also make 10 brands. I dont know of any other major plants in the US. Would like the info if you know.

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air conditioners. NEW
by: Anonymous

I live in Collierville tn and we have a large Carrier plant here that has been here many years. I do know they make serveral brands, just chage the label. Last year I purchased a Goodman which has been great and they are make in Tn and TX. They also make 10 brands. I dont know of any other major plants in the US. Would like the info if you know.

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Made USA
by: Anonymous

Sounds like your certain on with your statement on Coleman. I do know in the 80's when Sheldon Coleman still owned the Coleman Co. it was 100% made in the USA.

They were built in Wichita, KS and were excellent machines much like everything that Coleman manufactured.

The last time I checked the Coleman product was owned by Johnson Controls and being built in Oklahoma.

I'll research this and hope my findings are that it is 100% Made In The USA. Appreciate your input!

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THERE IS ONE STILL OUT THERE
by: Anonymous

HAPPY TO SAY COLEMAN UNIT IS THE ONLY ONE THAT IS MADE AND ASSEMBLED IN USA

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sad to say not made in the USA!!!
by: fran

Unfortunately, we dont have much left in America.... why is our country in the shape it is in now.... NOT MADE IN USA.
I try my best not to buy anything but,,, ,what can a person do when everything we pick us says made in China, or some other 4th world country...
We are slowly becoming the 3rd world, and we will be there sooner if we dont start demanding Made in America.
If the rich guys want to stay rich, they need tobring the jobs back, if not, they wont be selling anything to the "homeless" which is about where the country is at...
I need a quality 4 ton AC for a house I am working on.... can I find one I can depend on. A goodman, and a Rudd, has been nothing but money for us in the past 11 years..

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Good feedback!
by: Anonymous

Thanks for your feedback. Having 35 years in the HVAC business it's amazing how manufactuer reps. and suppliers talk around this subject. I recently had a customer purchase (2) RUUD/RHEEM split systems that were shipped from the same supplier. One unit had on the data plate of the condenser assembled in USA, the other had assembled in Mexico.
I was informed that all RUUD/RHEEM residential equipment was from Mexico now and commerical equipment was from USA unless you make a special request on a large order. Wish someone still made and assembled 100% American Made Products. Cheaper labor and quality is destroying us!

A/C in Texas

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Made in the USA
by: Chester

There are probably no units built that contain all USA made and/or assembled parts. Most units are assembled in this country or Canada, but parts are assembled from many countries. Printed circuit boards (and most systems have them) generally come from Asia. Small parts (relays etc) are quite often assembled in Mexico from USA components. No manufacture makes all of the parts in the systems they build. Individual components come from various manufacturers, and are built in any number of countries.

This is true for almost every manufactured item you can purchase. Assembled in the USA does not mean all the components were made in the USA.


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HVAC Unit Made In US
by: Dadan

Hey, WHulme

I will trying to list which HVAC equipment are made in USA. Goodman

• Amana
• Trane
• Rheem
• Luxaire/Coleman

Most Carrier Hvac is manufacture in Mexican and some in United State. By the way, many of the HVAC parts are made outside of USA.

This list is not done yet. I will update it within 2 month and half. Sorry, I have to be somewhere.

Dadan

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