How old is my Armstrong furnace

As with any air furnace, Armstrong furnaces are subject to wear and tear over the years. The most common problem that people experience with their Armstrong model is its inability to heat their home due to a broken pilot light.

The lifespan of any furnace depends on its fuel type, how often it is used, and the condition of its components.

If you have an Armstrong air furnace and you’re not sure how old it is, one way to tell the age is by looking for an identification plate on the inside of your unit.

Another way to tell if your air furnace is old is by looking for a serial number tag on a side panel.

A common problem in our older furnaces is that they don’t generate enough heat because they don’t have enough airflow or they need a new filter or igniter.

Armstrong air furnaces are reliable and durable. They have a long lifespan which is about 6 years. Check the model number in the owner’s manual to see when your furnace was manufactured.

The average life of an Armstrong air furnace is estimated between 6 and 10 years, with models from 1989 to 2006 requiring 100% replacement at 10 years of service.

Armstrong Air has a long history of performance and innovation that starts in 1900. They have pioneered change and growth in the heating and cooling industry for over 100 years. It is such a trusted brand, it is found in more than 25% of homes in the US.

The first Armstrong company manufactured coal-fired furnaces with ventilation systems to disperse smoke from stoves throughout homes.

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