Armstrong

Armstrong gas furnace prices on this site let you compare Armstrong models with those from all the other leading brands on the market.  We want you to be able to do all your pricing research right here on our site, without having to chase around the internet for the information you need. This page gives you an overview of the Armstrong furnace lineup as well as information about the company.  You’ll also find a link to our latest Armstrong gas furnace reviews right here.  Check back often, because we are consistently adding new reviews.[catlist=6]

The Armstrong Company

Armstrong has been in the heating and cooling business since the late-1920s. They were one of the leading companies in making central air conditioning units small enough and affordable enough for residential use.  The quality of the Armstrong lineup made them an attractive company, and they were purchased by Lennox, now functioning as a wholly-owned Lennox brand.  All Armstrong gas HVAC products are manufactured in North America.

Armstrong Gas Furnaces

There are 3 series of furnaces, offering a range of efficiency and performance.

Armstrong Ultra Home Comfort Furnaces: These are the best that Armstrong makes. The top of the line is the 96% Modulating gas furnace that delivers precise indoor climate control. The 2-stage 95% model is also Energy Star rated.  The series is completed by a 2-stage 80% furnace with a variable-speed blower, a cost-effective choice in warmer climates.

Armstrong Premium Home Comfort Furnaces: There are 2 models in this series, both single-stage.  The 95% furnace is Energy Star rated; the 80% model is not. Like the top series, these furnaces are backed by a lifetime heat exchanger warranty and a 10-year parts warranty.

Armstrong Standard Home Comfort Furnaces: These are all single-stage models.  There are 3 Energy Star units, two 95% and one 93% efficient models, to go with 2 80% models.  These are Armstrong’s most affordable furnaces and give you good options in terms of efficiency.

Armstrong Gas Furnace Prices

Prices range from quite affordable for less efficient single-stage furnaces to fairly expensive for the modulating furnace.  Armstrong does keep the price for each model competitive with comparable furnaces from brands like Carrier, Bryant, Trane, and Heil.

Armstrong Gas Furnace Reviews

We are adding new Armstrong reviews consistently, so if you don’t find the model review you’re looking for, check back soon.  In the meantime, browse our growing list of gas furnace reviews of other top brands and models.  Each review provides a detailed summary of the furnace’s features and performance.  We give accurate pricing details too.  Our goal is to give you the information you’re looking for, all in one place, making it easier to decide which furnace is right for you.