Accurate Heating & Cooling installs Armstrong 80% Furnaces. There are other Armstrong furnaces also available. We install Armstrong equipment as a second line of heating equipment for residential homes. However, the Armstrong product line offers lasting performance at a lower price compared with our flagship Trane products. Call us today at 402-238-2425 for more information about our Armstrong or Trane HVAC equipment.

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Armstrong was established in 1928 in Columbus Ohio. So, they have a long history of building quality innovative products. It is good to know that Armstrong furnaces are still assembled here in the United States. We find that most homeowners have heard of the Armstrong product line. This is based on quality workmanship and performance of the Armstrong brand of HVAC products. Pricing is also favorable as Armstrong does not use a lot of national advertising. This allows them to offer a more favorable price.

A Variety of Models Are Available

Armstrong furnaces come in a variety 80% efficiency models. Homeowners can thus find the best balance between efficiency and up front cost. More advanced models with advanced features will cost a little more up front. However, they offer more comfortable indoor air conditions.

The variety of 80% furnace models help meet the needs of individual homeowners. This blog describes the new Armstrong 80% furnaces. The acronym AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency which is a measure of how efficiently your furnace converts the fuel into usable heat. The higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient your furnace will be. Higher AFUE furnaces will usually cost more up front but then are lower cost to operate month after month.

Newer 80% furnaces are noticeably more efficient than older 80% furnaces. The way furnace efficiency is calculated today is different than the way efficiency was calculated in years past.  The first few minutes of furnace operation was not included in the efficiency rating of older furnaces. This means that an older 80% furnace never achieved that high of efficiency in real world applications. Older 80% furnaces actually ranged in true efficiency from around 60% to 70% efficiency. The new 80% efficient furnaces produce true 80% fuel conversion efficiency into room heat. These new 80% furnaces make use of additional components not found in the older design furnaces. Such new components include hot surface igniters, inducer assemblies, and advanced heat exchanger designs.

The 80% Efficient Armstrong A801A Furnace

The Armstrong A801A single stage furnace is rated at 80% AFUE. It makes use of a single speed, direct drive blower motor to provide a consistent flow of warm air to maintain even temperatures throughout your home. Upgrading your older less efficient furnace to one of these new Armstrong 80% furnaces will save dollars every year on your utility bill. These newer furnaces are also quieter than older furnaces.

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The 80% Efficient Armstrong A801E Furnace

The Armstrong A801E single stage furnace is rated at 80% AFUE. It makes use of a constant torque blower motor to provide a steady flow of warm air. The constant torque blower motor maintains a more consistent air flow than a single speed PSC motor. This helps to eliminate hot or cold spots for more even temperatures throughout your home. Upgrading your older less efficient furnace to one of these new Armstrong 80% furnaces will save dollars every year on your utility bill. These constant torque motors operates at higher efficiency and runs a lot quieter than older furnaces.

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The 80% Efficient Armstrong A802V Furnace

The Armstrong A802V variable speed furnace is rated at 80% AFUE. It makes use of a variable speed blower motor and has a two stage gas valve. This allows the furnace to operate with longer gentler heat cycles during mild weather. During colder weather, the furnace automatically switches to full capacity. This keeps your home warm on the colder days. A variable speed blower modifies air speed to crate a more comfortable environment. This furnace must be paired with a communicating thermostat. Upgrading your older less efficient furnace to one of these new Armstrong 80% furnaces will save dollars every year on your utility bill.

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More Information

For more information about these 80% efficiency Armstrong furnaces, consult this Armstrong 80 Furnace Brochure 2019. Or the Armstrong website here also offers additional information on furnaces and other HVAC products. Information about Armstrong 90% and higher furnaces can be found in our blog as well.

Choose the Right Equipment For Your Home

Choose whichever model of the Armstrong 80% Furnaces that best fits your home’s particular needs. Then count on the reliable people at Accurate Heating & Cooling to professionally install your new furnace. And have us back to perform preventive maintenance on your furnace. We can also maintain your other home HVAC equipment. We have been around for over 20 years keeping Omaha metro area residents warm and comfortable all winter long. Give us a call today at 402-238-2425. We happily serve the metro area including Bellevue, La Vista, Ralston, Bennington, Valley, Waterloo, Council Bluffs, Blair, and Elkhorn.

Additional Information

Check us out at our Home Page here to learn more about us.

Information about Armstrong heat pumps is available here. And information about Armstrong air conditioners is available here.

For some information on home humidification, refer to the information in this blog. And have you ever wondered what a ton of air conditioning means? Check out this blog to learn about what a ton of refrigeration is.

This blog provides information on the benefits of installing an electrostatic air filter to improve indoor air quality, particularly for occupants that have allergies.

There are many HVAC system maintenance items that homeowners can tackle to help keep their HVAC system running smoothly all year long. Refer to this blog for information.

Wondering which air filter is best for your home? Read more at this blog to help you select the best air filter for your application.

This blog has information on the benefits of upgrading your existing 1” air filter to a more efficient 5” pleated air filter.

For a description of Armstrong furnace model numbers, refer to this blog.

 

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