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Since 1928, Armstrong Air has been the smart choice for homeowners who expect more from their heating and cooling system. Built with durable materials and incorporating brilliant technology throughout, Armstrong Air is not only the brand to trust with your home comfort, it’s also the brand more dealers would choose for themselves. From gas, oil and electric furnaces to air conditioners, heat pumps, air handlers and indoor air quality equipment, when you trust Armstrong Air, you’re trusting The Professional’s Choice.
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I bought this new unit to replace one I had for 20 years. The main reason I replaced it was because of efficiency issues plus difficulty in finding parts. This Armstrong I bought works well though. I haven’t had any trouble with it for the ten months I’ve had it. Good ac with great functionality.
Before I posted this I looked through the reviews and found that there are plenty of people who have had a bad experience with Armstrong. I’m glad I haven’t had to deal with any malfunctions. It’s been a year and a half now and so far the AC keeps the house cool and has great energy efficiency.
2 years and nothing is the problem. If only every other manufacturer made such reliable equipment. The Armstrong AC I bought 2 years ago hasn’t had any problems apart from a Freon leak that was fixed under the warranty. I’m looking forward to many more years with this unit.
Moving to a new place is expensive, especially if you have lots of repairs to take care of. For me, the worst thing is moving in and having to bear with the scorching heat just because the ac doesn’t work. When we moved in here the ac was one of the first things I made sure were functioning. I replaced the old Carrier I found with an Armstrong unit. So far I can’t complain about its functionality. The unit cools the house so well and isn’t one bit noisy.
Armstrong is a quality brand. I say this because my neighbor has had a Trane and a Rheem in a span of 6 years. I think he got ripped off twice by two companies. My ac has been in service for the last two years and I haven’t spent a dime to fix it. It’s a good deal but you appreciate it more when all you read online is about bad experiences and disgruntled customers. Hurray for Armstrong, I strongly suggest you check them out before your AC or replace an old one.
Armstrong gas furnace is available in the online market, and all you have to do is to make an order of the same and then have a contractor install it. Some consumers are also buying them directly from contractors. Most service calls on Armstrong gas furnace are due to human error on poor maintenance and poor installation of the furnace.
If the Armstrong brand is anything, it’s consistent. Over half of their products promise a high-level of efficiency with AFUE ratings over 90%, and a large selection of these being ENERGY STAR certified. Their products feature innovative technologies such as EHXTM heat exchangers as well as Quiet Combustion to ensure durability and quiet comfort.
I Installed my Armstrong Ultra Series in November 2003. It works well each day from the day I got it installed. It is quite useful, and it always heats the house to desired temperatures during the very cold days and cools to the needed temperature during the scorching days of summer. The unit has not had any repairs all these years, and the fan runs throughout filtering and circulating the air. I could not imagine any better system, and I would highly recommend this model to anyone who wants a top notch gas furnace although the price is a little bit too high.
I purchased this gas furnace model about four years ago for my old uncle, and then he is yet to have any problems with this furnace model. We all know the Ultra series is quite expensive but according to my experience, the quality is worth the high price. Most expensive products tend to be of high quality and also last longer. I would buy this product again and also I would, without a doubt, recommend it to anyone. My parents and my friends have often used the Armstrong products which made me try them, and I hope that I will get value for my money as well.
After six years of owning this unit, I have had only two repairs, and I can frankly tell that it works efficiently just as it is supposed to do. Additionally, after doing the two repairs, I have experienced tremendous energy savings as my power and gas bills have gone down with clear margins. I would recommend any person to buy Armstrong and get the best value for your money. The key to having your gas furnace to last long enough is to have a good installer, most likely the contractor or a technician with enough experience on installation. The poor installation will make the system fail even after a few months, and then you will blame the manufacturer which is not fair at all.