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Gibson Heating and Cooling

Updated: Apr 18, 2015
By Gary Sprague
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Gibson Heating and Cooling manufactures residential and light commercial air conditioners, heat pumps and gas furnaces. Gibson is a subsidiary of Electrolux, which had net sales of approximately $12.9 billion in 2014. However, the trademark is licensed in North America by Nordyne, which also markets heating and cooling equipment under the brand names FrigidaireTappan, Kelvinator and Philco.

Corporate History

Two companies, both founded in 1877, led to the creation of the Gibson brand. The first was Belding-Hall Co., an "icebox" manufacturer founded by Joshua Hall in Belding, Mich. The second was a refrigerator producer founded in Greenville, Mich., by Frank and John Gibson. Gibson acquired Belding-Hall in 1908. For much of its history, the company has focused on refrigerators, although its website notes that in 1953 Gibson introduced an ozone lamp in its room air conditioner that was designed to remove room odors and in 1959 it introduced to its air conditioners an "air sweep" method of air distribution.

In 1956, Hupp Corp. acquired Gibson, when in 1967 Hupp Corp. was itself acquired by White Consolidated Industries (WCI). In 1986, Sweden-based AB Electrolux acquired WCI. In North America, Nordyne is the exclusive licensee of the Gibson trademark. Nordyne was founded more than 65 years ago in St. Louis and is a subsidiary of Nortek Inc.

Product Lines

Gibson manufactures residential and light commercial split air conditioners, single package air conditioners, split system heat pumps, single package heat pumps and gas furnaces.

Gibson's split system air conditioners and heat pumps range from a basic 14 to high efficiency 16 SEER, with up to 9.0 HSPF for heat pumps. Variable and fixed speed options are available. The company's gas furnaces are fixed-speed units available in single- or two-stages, from 80 to 95.1 percent AFUE. 

The company notes that all of its products are tested 100 percent with a computer-automated system to eliminate human error and feature a steel jacket designed for long-term durability.

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Contacting GIBSON

Gibson Customer Service
8000 Phoenix Parkway
O'Fallon, MO 63368

Phone: (800) 422-4328

Warranty

All Gibson HVAC producsts are covered by a 10-year limited all-parts warranty and a 1-year Quality Pledge on all registered products. The Quality Pledge means that if you register your furnace with Gibson, and the heat exchanger or compressor fails within the first year, the manufacturer will replace the furnace or air conditioner. Gas furnaces and gas/electric packaged systems are also covered by a lifetime limited heat exchanger warranty (20 years if the unit is not registered).



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