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Armstrong Air G2D95 Furnace

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Updated: Dec 8, 2014

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Overview of the G2D95

The Armstrong Air G2D95 is a discontinued two-stage variable speed furnace. The G2D95 had an AFUE rating of 95% and was Energy Star rated. The unit featured an ECM variable speed blower motor with "soft start" and "soft stop" for quiet operation. Stainless steel heat exchangers and a weldless crimped primary heat exchanger design provided maximum durability. The insulated heat exchanger and blower compartments and isolated burner enclosure increased efficiency and ensured reduced sound levels.

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Date created: 2014-11-10 Name: Mike
Location: North York, Ontario

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars

"Maintenance required"
I have had this furnace for 4 years now and I believe it was one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made. Last night I had my third break down (three winters in a row) due to the pressure switch.

Date created: 2014-04-07 Name: Vic Oliveira
Location: toronto ontario

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars

"2 stage motor fails continuously"
I live in Toronto- I have 4 kids and it can get really cold up here. I like to travel and be away from the home knowing that my furnace won't die. Well my Armstrong 2 stage motor- variable speed is breaking down every 18 months. My contractor/installer doesn't want to deal with Armstrong anymore (he's had so many complaints and returns with this issue). Now I have to deal with the company or distributor. Here's how it works: I have to pay the distributor for a new motor. He ships the old defective motor to armstrong and they happily send me a cheque to cover my cost. What a joke. I have 2 carrier heating/cooling units at 2 of my investment properties and it looks like I will have 3 carrier units very soon.

Date created: 2014-03-01 Name: Brian
Location: Kansas

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars

"Is there a worse furnace?"
Bought a new Armstrong a/c and Furnace in 2010, the furnace has been a problem from day one, and the a/c hasn't been much better. Yes, the original contractor was part of the problem, but I am now on my third company trying to make it work with no luck. The furnace simply quits working from time to time. It can go for several weeks without a glitch, then it might quit 3 or 4 times in a 24 hour period. You can plan on no help from Armstrong if you contact them directly. I tried to go a cheap route with a cheap furnace, and in the end it is going to cost me because I'm going to have to bite the bullet and buy a real furnace. If you are in the financial position where you have no alternative but to buy an Armstrong, you better research the installer, because you'll need all the help you can get from them with what I have found to be a very unreliable product.

Date created: 2010-12-18 Name: WF Bloom
Location: Billings, Mt

Satisfaction Rating:

5 of 5 stars

"Glad I choose Armstrong!!"
Model #g2d95ct060v14b-2, 95%, installed Sept. 30, 10. I am very satisfied with this unit. I was amazed how quiet it is compared to the old 82% furnace I replaced. I am very fortunate that I have known my hvac contractor for years and we do business on a hand shake, and my install was perfect. Thank you Midwest.

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Other G2D95 Reviews

The few online comments about the G2D95 are not very positive. Given a choice between the G2D95 and a comparable Rheem furnace, most contractors on hvac-talk.com chose the Rheem. Comments about the G2D95 described it as not in the same league as the Rheem and as one of the noisiest models available. Contractors on another hvac-talk.com thread also describe the G2D95 as a loud unit.

G2D95 Warranty

Product registration is required for maximum warranty coverage. The Armstrong Air G2D95 comes with a 10-year parts warranty and a limited lifetime heat exchanger warranty. If the unit is not registered within 60 days of purchase, the warranty defaults to a 5-year limited parts warranty and a 20-year limited heat exchanger warranty.

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