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An American Standard Air Conditioner will keep your home cool and comfortable even on the hottest days - and use less energy doing it. Our air conditioners are energy efficient, reliable and built to last. Experience what total home comfort can feel like today.

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AMERICAN STANDARD PLATINUM & GOLD SERIES - Our highest combination of performance, efficiency, and temperature control. +
Energy Star certified and built with American Standard’s commitment to quality throughout, our Platinum and Gold lines offer advanced energy-saving features and multiple cooling stages to give you more accurate temperature control.
AMERICAN STANDARD SILVER SERIES AIR CONDITIONERS - Efficient, reliable cooling and value +
An unbeatable combination of value and reliability, Silver Series air conditioners feature single-stage compressors, providing powerful cooling with the reliability you expect from American Standard.
Protect your heating and cooling system from the elements with our custom fitting all weather top. Built to fit your American Standard air conditioner, this cover is also built to meet our industry leading durability standards.

Adjust central heating and air, control the lights, and so much more at just the press of a button.

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Air Conditioners

These durable home air conditioning units are an energy-efficient solution for keeping your family comfortable on even the hottest days of the year.

Central air you can count on

From the high-end Platinum series to the durable units in the Silver series, no matter which American Standard AC unit you choose, remember that you’re getting central air you can count on. When you choose American Standard, you get engineering and craftsmanship paired with higher quality air and comfort.

Meeting and exceeding SEER standards

SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) Standards are like the miles per gallon in a car. Most American Standard air conditioning units satisfy or exceed the minimum government SEER standards. This means more comfort for your family and greater energy savings for you.

Air Conditioner FAQ

What size air conditioner do I need? +

The best way to determine the perfect HVAC unit size is to have a Manual calculation done for your house. The maximum size unit you should buy would be 15% over the BTUs you need for cooling and 40% of the BTUs for heating. Your local HVAC dealer can do this for you.

How much does a new air conditioner cost? +

Factors like location, home size and even your local climate all factor into the cost of an air conditioner. Some air conditioners even qualify for local rebates. The best place to get a true cost of an air conditioner is to contact a dealer for an in-home estimate.

What does an air conditioner do? +

An air conditioner makes your home cooler by drawning warm air out of your home and replacing it with cooler air. Warm air is also blown over a cooling coil, then cooled and distributed throughout your home.

What is a SEER rating? +

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is a rating that measures the cooling efficiency of a heat pump or air conditioner. The higher the number, the more efficient the unit.

What is an Energy Star Qualified air conditioner? +

Energy Star is a voluntary program launched by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and now managed by the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy that certifies buildings and products which meet certain standards of energy efficiency. Energy Star Qualified air conditioners must have at least a 15 SEER rating.

Freon or R-22 phase-out - what is it? +

Freon, or R-22, the most common refrigerant in residential air conditioners over the past several decades, will be illegal to import or manufacture starting January 1, 2020. In 2010, the EPA banned the production of any new systems that used R-22 due to its harmful effects on the ozone layer.

What should I do about the R-22 phase-out? +

First, you need to know if your current system uses R-22 or not. If it does, you can continue to service your system but at some point, replacement Freon will be increasingly hard to get and more expensive - so an upgrade to a newer model may make sense rather than expensive repairs.

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