Armstrong Air Furnaces

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Armstrong Air Furnace Overview

Armstrong manufactures both oil and gas burning furnaces ranging from 80 to 97 percent AFUE. Units are available in upflow/horizontal and downflow configurations and feature a compact, 33-inch design for easy installation and maintenance.

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Consumer Reviews of Armstrong Air

2.8

  • Very Satisfied
    43
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    5
  • Neutral
    5
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    6
  • Very Unsatisfied
    54
  • #13 of 86 Furnaces
  • 42.48% of customers recommended

Reviews by Furnace Series

G2D95 Ultra V Tech 91 Enhanced 95 LUF80

Multi-Stage Performance and Variable-Speed Blowers

Armstrong’s line of multi-stage furnaces with variable-speed blowers feature AFUE ratings ranging from 80 to 97 percent. The highest efficiency units feature modulating heat, while the remaining units have two-stage heating.

All models in this series are equipped with a stainless steel or aluminized steel heat exchanger and Armstrong’s Quiet Combustion Technology, which uses a smaller Btu input for each burner to keep startup and operation noise to a minimum. Several of the models in this series are Energy Star-certified.

Single-Stage Performance with Constant Torque Motors

Armstrong manufactures two models of single-stage performance furnaces with a constant torque motor. Designed to provide consistent airflow and quiet operation, the constant torque motor helps increase overall system efficiency compared to other styles, according to the manufacturer.

Models are available with 80 or 95 percent AFUE. They feature Quiet Combustion Technology, an aluminized steel or stainless steel heat exchanger, and Armstrong’s EHX Technology designed to eliminate hot spots and increase the unit’s lifespan.

Single-Stage Performance

Although Armstrong’s line of single-stage performance furnaces lack the special features of the manufacturer’s top-tier product lines, these models do offer equally efficient heating. With four models available, single-stage performance furnaces range from 80 to 95 percent AFUE.

Quiet startup and low operation noise, EHX Technology, and an internal monitoring system to prevent system malfunctions are among the features of this series.

Oil-Burning Furnaces

Armstrong offers variable-speed blowers and single-stage performance from its oil furnaces. All units offer feature an 83-percent AFUE rating. These models use Beckett Burners and an insulated cabinet that keeps the warm air in and noise levels low.

Care and Maintenance

Armstrong advises annual maintenance from a service technician prior to the start of the heating season. Most manufacturers encourage homeowners to clean their filters regularly for maximum furnace performance.

Warranty

Every Armstrong furnace comes with a limited lifetime warranty for the heat exchanger and a 10-year limited warranty on parts, so long as the product is properly registered shortly after installation. The manufacturer’s warranty begins on the date of installation.

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Armstrong Air Furnace Reviews

Showing 1-5 of 103 reviews

"Best Furnace Ever"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I've had an Armstrong Air Furnace for over 25 years and have never had an issue with it. I would highly recommend this unit to anyone looking for a high-quality long-lasting product.

Sue Shoulett

Ontario

"Would Recommend"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Top Features of the a951e gas furnace 95% AFUE Efficiency Rating this means 95% of your fuel is converted into usable heat. Compared to an older furnace, this can potentially save you hundreds of dollars per year in energy costs. Constant Torque Motor Like a variable speed furnace, constant torque furnaces provide lower operating costs and increases to overall system efficiency. Compared to standard PSC motors, constant torque delivers more consistent airflow and quieter operation. ENERGY STAR' Certified The ENERGY STAR program is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy-efficient products and practices. Quiet Combustion' Technology Uses a smaller Btu input per burner for quieter start-up and operation while providing more even heat distribution. Advanced Heat Exchanger Made from stainless steel for maximum strength and crimped, rather than welded, Armstrong Air heat exchangers are highly resistant to thermal fatigue and other stresses caused by repeated heating and cooling. During the testing process, they are subjected to temperatures that far exceed normal operating ranges, to ensure they will stand up to years of use. EHX' Technology Every Armstrong Air furnace is engineered and built with EHX Technology, a patented design that eliminates the hot spots that can shorten furnace life. EHX Technology makes heat exchangers more durable, and with its advanced airflow system, more air contacts the heat exchanger surface area for greater heat exchange, enhancing efficiency and comfort.

S. Smith

Canada

"Bad heating unit"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Too many problems with the heat work on it every year I'm not satisfied I'll never buy another one of these units

George porterfield

South Carolina

"Furnace quit again"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I have had an Armstrong furnace for 15 years and I must say that I have never had so many problems with a furnace or even if you put all the rest of them together I have not had as many problems as with the Armstrong Ultra v. This P.O.S. has gone thru three blower motors and modules and had several failures with flame rods and exhaust blowers. Would not recommend this to anyone except my worst enemy! Never Buy Armstrong again.

Curtis Benson

Minnesota

"Worst Unit Ever Owned"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Worst Heating Unit I have ever owned. Technicians have been out 7 times now for code 200 and 273 shutdowns of the unit. I have burned through a 500 gallon tank of propane in less than one month. Several fixes required by Armstrong Air Techs..but still the same problems. Never had this problem with my old Trane Unit. And still No replacement under their amazing (not) warranty…Even my installer says he has never had these problems with the same units he has installed. Obviously, this unit is defective, but I don't know what it takes to get that through to Armstrong Air…

Stanley Noland

Madison, MD

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