# How do I read my Goodman model number?

## How do I read my Goodman model number?

Goodman serial numbers are 10 digit numerical where the month and year are encoded in the first 4 digits. The year is the first 2 and the month the second 2. For example 1404123456 is manufactured is April 2014.

### What is the size of a Goodman air handler?

Enhanced Comfort

2.5 Ton Multi-Positional Goodman Air Handler | |
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Fuel Type | Electric |

Height | 53 7/16″ |

Width | 17.5″ |

Depth | 21″ |

#### How much is a Goodman air handler?

Trane Air Handler (Fan Coil Unit) Prices by Size

Goodman Air Handler Size | Home Size | Total Cost with Installation |
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1.5 ton | 600-1000 sf | $455-$775 |

2 ton | 1001-1300 sf | $500-$825 |

2.5 ton | 1301-1600 sf | $555-$875 |

3 ton | 1601-1900 sf | $595-$935 |

**How can I tell how old my Goodman air conditioner is?**

Goodman Air Conditioners and heat pumps will always have the first two numbers of the serial number as the year of manufacture. The first two numbers in the serial number are 14, so this unit was manufactured in 2014.

**How long does Goodman AC last?**

10-15 years

Goodman air conditioners typically have a lifespan of 10-15 years. However, it’s important to keep in mind that even the best air conditioning system will eventually need to be replaced. So if you’re considering purchasing a Goodman AC unit, be sure to factor in the cost of replacement into your overall budget.

## How can I tell the tonnage of my Goodman AC unit?

You can determine the tonnage of your Goodman air conditioning by dividing the BTU by 12,000. If the information about the BTU is not available, you can check the model number. You will find 0 and two-digit even numbers ranging from 18 to 60. Then divide the digits by 12 to get the tonnage.

### How do I know what size Goodman package unit I have?

Look for two numbers at the far side of the middle of the cluster of digits in the model number that are divisible by 6 or 12, which represent the nominal BTU of the system in thousands. A ton of air conditioning equals 12,000 BTU, and 48 divided by 12 equals 4, so the data plate below indicates the system is 4 tons.