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Fedders, today known as Airwell-Fedders North America Inc., makes residential and commercial window and wall air conditioners and portable air conditioners and space heaters. Fedders sells air conditioners under the brand names Airtemp, Maytag and Fedders. Fedders is a subsidiary of Airwell Group and has its North America headquarters in Houston.

Corporate History

Fedders was founded in 1896 by Theodore Fedders, although it did not begin manufacturing air conditioners until the late 1940s. Fedders has acquired quite a few companies in the heating and cooling industry, including Climatrol in 1970, Airtemp in 1976 and Addison Products in 2004.

In 2008, Fedders was acquired by the Airwell Group, headquartered in Paris. Airwell is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tel Aviv-based Elco Holding Ltd., which saw 2012 revenues of approximately $1.766 billion. Today Fedders is a part of Elco’s Electra Consumer Products division.

Product Lines

Fedders markets air conditioners under the Maytag brand name (this name is licensed from the Maytag Corp.). In addition, Fedders markets heating and cooling equipment under the Fedders and Airtemp brands.

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Contacting FEDDERS

2500 City West Blvd #300
Houston, TX 77042

Phone: (609) 662-5300


Although there are some variations between the warranties of different Fedder products, customers can expect a limited 1-year parts and labor warranty on most appliances. This means that consumers can choose between repair and replacement of any parts that are defective due to material or workmanship. The unit must be registered to receive full warranty benefits.

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