Check your indoor unit to see (or hear) if the blower is running. Then go to different vents in your house to feel for airflow. If you do not feel any air, contact your local Armstrong Air dealer for duct cleaning services.
Like every major HVAC manufacturer, we don’t include prices because there are actually many factors that go into the end price of each unit, including geography, installation costs, the possibility of new ductwork and more. In addition, Armstrong Air furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps and air handlers all come in multiple sizes to accommodate a wide variety of homes, so online pricing isn’t practical. The best way to get a price for your specific home is to contact an Armstrong Air dealer for a professional evaluation of your needs.