You deserve to be comfortable.

It’s your fortress. Your safe-haven. There’s no place else like it. Make sure it’s as comfortable as you want it to be. American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning helps families feel more comfortable and breathe easier in their homes. We design high-quality, trouble-free products and systems that families like yours can rely on, year after year.

The best way for us to deliver the comfort you deserve is to “right-size” your HVAC system. Contact a local independent American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning dealer to conduct a home comfort analysis. This includes listening to your comfort needs and requests and performing a “load calculation” to determine the capacity and capabilities of your current system, and what could be done to improve it. This important step helps match the right system for your home’s size and your family’s needs, such as ensuring rooms are evenly heated or cooled. Proper equipment sizing and matching can also extend the life of your investment when all components are working together as a team, and efficiently operating at the right time, speed and temperatures.

Home comfort really starts with a matched system. A matched system is made up of components that are designed to work together to provide greater efficiency, reliability and comfort. Matched systems can be “split” (separate units placed inside and outside the home) or “packaged” (one single unit, which houses all components in a single cabinet, placed outside the home). Your independent dealer can tell you what application is best for your home. And for even greater comfort and cleaner indoor air, an air filtration system can be added to your existing furnace or air handler to filter out unwanted airborne particles.

Too dry in winter, too humid in summer?

Dry air can cause dry skin, dry hair, chapped lips and itchy eyes. Not very comfortable. But neither is sweaty, sticky humidity. The right level of humidity can make your home more comfortable, and that’s the kind of ideal home environment we strive to deliver.

We’ve got just the thing to keep your home in the middle, comfortable range. American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning’s line of humidifiers is designed to work hand in hand with your central heating and air conditioning system to control humidity levels in your home and banish dry air. During the colder months, our variable-speed furnaces deliver heat to your home without drying it out.

But you can have too much of a good thing. When things start to get sticky, our Comfort-R technology is the perfect solution. It removes humidity from your home during those hot summer days. An added benefit: Comfort-RTM helps reduce dust mites, so your family can breathe easier.

Take control of your home.

Until the day someone invents a device that can control the weather, you’re at the mercy of your local climate with all of its storms, winds, and hot and cold flashes. But just because you can’t turn down the sun on a hot summer day doesn’t mean you’re not in control of your home. We’ve spent more than 130 years increasing and perfecting the control you have over the climate in your home. No matter what’s going on outside, it’ll be exactly how you want it inside.

Your thermostat is truly the centralized control center for your home comfort system. A programmable thermostat will automatically adjust temperatures throughout the day based on your needs, ensuring enhanced comfort and greater efficiency.

You shouldn’t have to worry about keeping your home comfortable. That’s why every component in an AccuLink™ Communicating System from American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning is in constant contact with every other component of the system. This constant flow of information allows your system to constantly tune itself, optimizing performance, reliability and efficiency. You’ll never have to worry about airflow, humidity or temperature again. And when you add an optional Telephone Access Module (TAM), the system can alert you or your dealer of any potential problems. You can also call into the system to check status, change the programming, or adjust the settings using a simple voice menu system.