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Why Choose American Standard

Why Choose American Standard?

They’ve been doing it right for a long time.

Since 1881, American Standard has done more than just weather the years and changing needs of their customers. They’ve built a reputation of reliability, and it’s led to some great accolades:

  • In 1969, American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning was asked by NASA to help design the Mobile Quarantine Facility for the returning Apollo astronauts, providing a clean and comfortable indoor environment full of fresh air for some American heroes.
  • In the “Home Comfort Buying Guide” of June 1998, Consumer’s Digest magazine ranked the brand’s Allegiance® 16 and Allegiance® 14 air conditioners among the Best Buys in central air conditioning systems.
  • In 2001, they were rated the most trouble-free heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) brand among 14 leading manufacturers by readers of a national product testing publication.
  • In a 2002 survey of approximately 500 furnace installers and more than 35,000 consumers, American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning was one of only two brands named more reliable than average by readers of a national product testing magazine.
  • In February of 2005, readers of a national product testing magazine rated the brand’s gas furnaces as the most reliable brand among 12 leading manufacturers.
  • In December of 2007, the AccuClean Whole-Home Air Filtration System was given a top ranking by readers of a national product testing application.
  • In 2011, American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning was ranked highest in overall dealer satisfaction for the fifth time, after achieving the honor in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and 2010.*
  • In May of 2012, readers of a national product testing and research magazine rated American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning’s air conditioners and heat pumps as the most reliable brand among leading manufacturers.

It’s great to be reliable. It’s better to be reliable and efficient.

*Based on survey results compiled by the independent research firm Syndics Research

 

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