Product Spotlight: The GMES/GCES 80% Percent Efficiency Goodman Gas Furnace

Product Spotlight: The GMES/GCES 80% Percent Efficiency Goodman Gas Furnace

For those consumers suffering through a cold winter to avoid the cost of a new furnace or heating system, we have good news: Your wait for a wallet-friendly furnace is finally over. 

What makes the GMES/GCES 80% Percent Efficiency Goodman Gas Furnace the best budget-friendly furnace?

Unlike other budget furnaces on the market, this particular unit offers advanced features that ensure long-lasting and durable performance. From the single-speed, draft-induced motor that allows for a quiet performance of the furnace to easy installation alternatives, the GMES/GCES 80% Percent Efficiency Goodman Gas Furnace proves time and again to be the best budget-friendly option on the block. Depending on the specific variation of the model that you choose, in the end, you will only end up spending anywhere from $600-950--a pretty great deal when you consider the fact that many other furnace units will usually set you back a thousand dollars or more. 

So what features come with the model, anyway?

To ensure that this Goodman gas furnace provides satisfactory performance, it is equipped with a single-stage gas valve. Also, the high-efficiency furnace is made extra durable with the use of its hot-surface igniter. The particular home furnace also comes with a self-diagnostic control board that allows for easy maintenance of the furnace. Both gas and electrical service is possible with the addition of the left and right connections on the Goodman furnace. Also, the Goodman gas furnace is enclosed in a heavy-gauge steel cabinet with a durable baked-enamel finish.

Along with these advanced features, this a complete list of attributes of the GMES/GCES 80% Percent Efficiency Goodman Gas Furnace:

  • Heavy-duty aluminized-steel dual-diameter tubular heat exchanger
  • Single-stage gas valve
  • Durable Hot-surface igniter
  • Quiet, single-speed draft-induced
  • Self-diagnostic control board
  • Color-coded low-voltage terminals
  • Multi-speed ECM blower motor
  • California Low NOx emissions models available
  • It can no longer be installed in California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) on or after October 1, 2019.
  • Installation: GMES80: upflow, horizontal left or right, GCES80: downflow, horizontal left or right
  • Convenient left or right connection for gas and electrical service
  • Heavy-gauge steel cabinet with durable baked-enamel finish
  • Foil-faced insulated heat exchanger

What are your thoughts?

Let us know what you think of this particular model! Are there any other budget-friendly models that you prefer? Do you have any questions about this Goodman model? Sound off in the comments below!

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