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Armstrong Air makes residential and light commercial central air conditioners, furnaces and heat pumps. Armstrong Air is owned by Lennox International, a Texas-based company that earns nearly $3 billion in annual revenue. Lennox International also owns the Lennox brand of heating and cooling equipment. Armstrong Air is one brand under the Allied Air Enterprises division of Lennox, which also includes AirEase, Concord, Ducane, Allied Commercial and Magic-Pak.
Armstrong was founded as Armstrong Furnace in 1928 by the Lennox Furnace Co. In 1957 Lennox sold Armstrong, but then reacquired what was then known as Armstrong Air Conditioning Inc. in 1988. The company manufactures its products in Orangeburg, S.C., while its headquarters in Lexington County, S.C., include a 40,000-square-foot research and development facility.
Armstrong sells variable speed and multi-stage gas furnaces reaching up to 97 percent AFUE (the A97MV). Units with constant torque blowers and single-stage performance balance both comfort and cost. Single- and multi-stage oil furnaces also are available with all of these units reaching up to 83 percent AFUE. The company also offers several Energy Star-rated central air conditioners and heat pumps, as well as more cost-effective standard options.
According to information from Armstrong, the company uses environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. For example, it does not use volatile organic compounds in its lubrication or painting processes, uses recycled materials whenever possible and generates no wastewater in its manufacturing.
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215 Metropolitan Drive
West Columbia, SC 29170
Phone: (803) 738-4000
Armstrong warranties will vary in the specifics depending on the unit, but a 5-year parts wararnty is fairly common. Registered units may have up to 20 years of coverage for heat exchangers.