Armstrong Air is an American HVAC brand that’s been around since 1928. Today, they still proudly assemble their products in the United States as part of the Allied Air family of brands. Armstrong’s research and development as well as assembly are performed at high-tech facilities in South Carolina.

At their manufacturing facility, Armstrong Air demonstrates their commitment to environmental responsibility. They avoid using volatile organic compounds in their painting and lubrication processes. Additionally, their processes generate zero wastewater, and whenever it’s possible, they use recycled materials. And of course, their heat pumps and air conditioners use R-410a refrigerant, which does not deplete the ozone layer like the old R-22 did.

Armstrong also demonstrates their commitment to quality in their manufacturing processes. Their products are precisely assembled using computer-controlled equipment. And all products are run-tested before leaving the facility. Constant R&D at their central facility aims to create the best products possible and get them on the market in a shorter time. Because of this commitment to quality, Armstrong Air is known as the “Professional’s Choice” in HVAC equipment.

Armstrong offers a wide range of products, including heat pumps, air conditioners, and gas furnaces. For heat pumps and air conditioners, Armstrong offers basic economical and reliable single-stage units with SEER ratings up to 15. Their mid-range Pro Series products offer two-stage heating and cooling for greater efficiency and comfort.

Additionally, Armstrong’s premium Pro Series heat pumps and air conditioners incorporate variable-capacity inverter-driven scroll compressors. This advanced technology allows them to achieve efficiency ratings as high as 20 SEER and 10 HSPF.

Finally, Armstrong also offers basic, mid-range, and premium gas furnaces. Their basic single-stage furnaces provide reliable heating with efficiency ratings ranging from 80% to 95% AFUE. In the mid-range, Armstrong offers EnergyStar rated furnaces with constant torque motors and single or two-stage heating.

Armstrong’s most advanced premium furnaces include variable speed blower motors and multiple stage heating. This gives them efficiency ratings as high as 97% AFUE.