Electrolux Central Air Conditioners
By Gary Sprague
Electrolux offers window, split-system and portable air conditioners under the Electrolux name. The company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with U.S. headquarters located in Peoria, Illinois. Electrolux had net sales of $12.9 billion in 2014.
Electrolux was established in 1919 as a home appliance manufacturer, designing vacuums and refrigerators. Through acquisitions and company growth, Electrolux has become a global manufacturer of household and professional appliances and sells products under its own name as well as its brand names in more than 150 markets worldwide. The company has more than 61,000 employees around the world and sells a wide variety of HVAC products under its brands such as Frigidaire, Philco and Kelvinator. In 2014 Electrolux purchased GE Appliances, which includes its line of air conditioners and water heaters.
The Electrolux cooling product line consists of window units, split-systems and portable air conditioners, none or which are designed or available for sale in the U.S. Electrolux provides a wider spectrum of HVAC products through its GE, Frigidaire, Philco and other brands.
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P.O. Box 3900
Peoria, IL 61612
Phone: (800) 896-9756
Warranties on Electrolux products vary depending upon the brand and specific equipment purchased. Homeowners should consult a local dealer for additional information.