Armstrong Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings
Armstrong offers a full-line of gas furnaces from 80% AFUE all the way up to 97% AFUE. In Armstrong’s higher efficiency range gas furnaces Armstrong uses staging to increase efficiency and staging ranges from 75% for low-fire to 100% for high-fire. A modulating gas furnace is also available. Armstrong also uses variable speed motors in their higher efficiency gas furnaces. In Armstrong’s lower efficiency gas furnaces Armstrong uses single staging with an aluminized heat exchanger that has a 20 year limited warranty.
Armstrong Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings – Features
Additional features in various Armstrong gas furnaces include:
- control system to ensure safe operation of the gas furnace
- designed for quiet operation in Armstrong gas furnaces
- Energy Star rated for select Armstrong gas furnaces
- Diagnostic abilities for better gas furnace troubleshooting
For the top of the line Armstrong gas furnace it is a modulating gas furnace which is great for efficiency provided it is installed properly and set up properly. It is also beneficial if you are replacing the furnace to get a matching condenser whether it be a heat pump or an air conditioner that is rated for matching efficiency to get the best out of the system year round.
Armstrong Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings – About Armstrong
Armstrong was founded in 1928 in Columbus, Ohio by Lennox, the maker of other air conditioning and heating products. Lennox sold Armstrong and then later reacquired Armstrong so Armstrong is officially owned by Lennox. Armstrong’s manufacturers air conditioning and heating equipment in Orangeburg, South Carolina where the have a state of art facility designed to produce quality air conditioning and heating products. Armstrong believes in quality and they run test every piece of equipment before it leaves its factory.
For more about Armstrong and their latest models and efficiency ratings please see the Armstrong website.