Armstrong Air 413LE Central Air Conditioner
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Overview of the 413LE
The Armstrong Air 413LE is a discontinued air conditioner with an efficiency rating of up to 14.5 SEER. It featured a durable scroll compressor and a built-in filter drier which protected the system from moisture and contaminants. A heavy duty compressor sound blanket helped reduce operating noise, and a wire fan discharge lowered fan noise while directing air away from the home. A louvered steel cabinet with appliance-like seams and contours protected the unit from weather hazards. The 413LE used R410a refrigerant.
Date created: 2017-08-28
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Have had this unit for 2 season's great unit very quite. No trouble with broken parts. Highly recommend the Armstrong line just waiting for my contractor to install the new furnace.
Date created: 2017-07-31
Name: Remi R
Location: Tampa, FL
"The Unit is quality"
I just installed an Armstrong Air unit and it works fine. Start up was quiet and the unit is handling the heavy work needed for Florida weather. I would recommend this unit to anyone who is looking for something quality. You will like this unit a lot
Date created: 2016-09-12
Name: C Boudreaux
Location: Houston, TX
"Armstrong is the best"
I had my AC installed about 3 years ago. We love it. Quiet, and saved us money. Had it installed by an Armstrong dealer that really explained everything. I don't like that I can hardly tell if it is running or not...it is so quiet! But really not complaining. It cools fantastic and we saved money on our electric bill. I will buy Armstrong Air again and again!
Date created: 2015-08-31
Location: Greenwood c
Did not even last two months. Pure trash. Do not buy this brand....any model.
Date created: 2013-10-09
Name: B. Vickers
Location: baton rouge, LA
Had to get a new system for my house, and we love it. My electric bill went down 27%. System is working fine and we are loving it.
Other 413LE Reviews
There are very few online comments regarding this unit. A homeowner on doityourself.com asked for opinions on the 413LE and a similar Goodman unit. The only reply was from a moderator saying he wasn't familiar with either unit but what matters most is how it is installed.
Product registration was required within 60 days of installation for maximum warranty coverage. The warranty for the Armstrong Air 413LE air conditioner was comprised of the following:
- 10-year limited warranty on the compressor
- 10-year limited warranty on all parts
Labor costs are not covered by the warranty.