Armstrong Air is a popular HVAC company founded by Lennox Furnace Company in 1928. Armstrong was sold in 1957 and then bought again by Lennox International in 1988 under its new name of Allied Air Enterprises Inc.
Allied Air facilities are located in South Carolina and produces high quality parts for their state of the art heating and cooling products.
These manufacturing facilities use coil-fed presses, turret presses and automated machines as well as computer-controlled equipment for punching and forming metal, bending tube and testing devices. The drain pans in Armstrong cooling products contain an antimicrobial product called Microban which decreases the growth of bacteria and mold. This keeps the drain line from becoming blocked and ensures clean air for your home.
All Armstrong products are tested to make sure they run perfectly before they leave their factory which gives the buyer a 100% guarantee that they are buying top of the line equipment.
Armstrong/Allied Air Enterprises produces gas and oil furnaces, coils and air handlers, air conditioners and heat pumps for residential and commercial use. Many of their air conditioning and heat pump systems are split systems with installation both inside and outside. Armstrong/Allied Air products earn the Energy Star rating from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy by meeting their strict guidelines of preventing greenhouse gas emissions.
Because the federal government has banned ozone harming refrigerants by the year 2010, Armstrong uses a more efficient and environmentally friendly refrigerant called R410a. This refrigerant contains no chlorine and has a higher cooling percentage than other coolants which allows for a greater indoor cooling experience. Even though HVAC products may be a little more expensive using this different coolant, Armstrong believes that to make products that will effectively protect our environment is worth the extra expense.