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Who makes Coleman HVAC?

Who makes Coleman HVAC?

York, a Johnson Controls company
Coleman Heating and Air Conditioning makes residential and light commercial central air conditioners, heat pumps and furnaces. The Coleman Company is a subsidiary of York, a Johnson Controls company, and has manufacturing facilities at its headquarters in Norman, Oklahoma, as well as in Wichita, Kansas.

How do I read my Coleman HVAC model number?

Using the first, second, third, and fourth digits of the serial number 97104119 you will find the year and month of manufacture. The first and second digits are the year and the third and fourth digits are the month.

Does Coleman still make air conditioners?

In 1958, Coleman began producing HVAC equipment and has grown its product line to include mini-split systems, thermostats, and dehumidifiers in addition to air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces. Today, Coleman is part of the Johnson Controls family, which also owns York and Luxaire.

What size is my Coleman air conditioner?

You can determine the size in tons of your Coleman or Coleman-Evcon HVAC system by examining the model number on the data plate at the side of the condenser (outdoor unit). Look for two numbers in the model number that are divisible by 6 or 12, which represent the nominal BTU of the system in thousands.

Is Coleman a good AC brand?

Coleman has a great reputation when it comes to the best central air conditioners. Its units have SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) ratings of around 16.4, which is average but still much better than the ratings on older generations of air conditioners.

What is the life expectancy of a Coleman furnace?

Furnaces: 15-30 years.

Is Coleman a good brand furnace?

Coleman generally delivers when it comes to economy, quality, efficiency, and dependability. While lacking the marketing might (at least as far as furnaces are concerned) of major brands like Lennox and Carrier, they’re not a bad option if Coleman furnaces are available in your area.

Does YORK own Coleman?

The Coleman brand is owned by York International Corporation, headquartered in York, Pennsylvania. Coleman was founded in 1900, and started out selling lanterns and camp stoves. The company switched to HVAC equipment in 1958, marking its entry into the heating and cooling industry.

Are Coleman air conditioners made in the USA?

AC Warehouse MI is proud to include the rugged and made in USA Coleman line of home furnace and cooling systems. Coleman manufacturing has been in business for more than 100 years and has manufactured furnace, cooling and ventilation equipment since 1958.

Are York and Coleman furnaces the same?

York bought the Coleman®Evcon name and product line in the mid-1990s, several years after the brand name was spun off. The original Coleman logo will be revived and put on hvac products, which move through separate distribution channels from the York and Luxaire lines.

How do I find out what year my Coleman furnace is?

The first two digits of serial numbers assigned to furnaces manufactured after April 1992 represent the year, and the following two digits represent the month. For example, a serial number of 920512345 represents a manufacturing date of May 1992.