York History

130 years of innovation Founded in 1874 in York, Pennsylvania, York Products and Services from Johnson Controls has a rich heritage in providing space conditioning and refrigeration products.

York is a leading air conditioning, heating, refrigeration, and ventilating company, with more than 20 worldwide manufacturing facilities and sales offices in over 100 countries.

The list of landmark installations in the United States include: the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, DC, the Renaissance Center in Detroit, the Bank of America building in San Francisco and the entire U.S. Navy nuclear submarine fleet.

Innovation A quick tour of landmark projects around the world highlights York's leading position. These include: the British Houses of Parliament, the English Channel Eurotunnel, the Pompidou Center in Paris, the Kremlin in Moscow and the Sydney Opera House. Soon, inhabitants of the world's tallest building, the Kuala Lumpur Civic Center in Malaysia, will also be cooled by York equipment.

Of course, that's all in addition to the millions of private homes throughout North America and the rest of the world that are heated and cooled with York residential HVAC equipment.

Johnson Controls Unitary Products is the division within York that designs, manufactures and distributes a full line of cooling and heating systems for homes, apartments and small commercial facilities.

The York Heating and Air Conditioning line includes 10, 12, 14 and 16+ SEER air conditioners and heat pumps, single package units, 90%+ and 80% AFUE gas furnaces, matching air handlers and evaporator coils. Products are all North American-made, and manufactured at York plants in Norman, OK, Wichita, KS, and Apodaco, Mexico.

The products are distributed throughout the United States and Canada by a network of independent distributors and company-owned branches covering all states and provinces.


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