Excellence • Innovation • Quality • Value
WE ARE PROUD OF OUR LONG HISTORY OF PROVIDING AIR CONDITIONING aND AIR TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR EVERY APPLICATION.
Fedders has been a highly respected and recognized name in the heating and air conditioning community for many years. Fedders entered the air conditioning industry with the production of room air or “window units”. They have been a driving force in this market, supplying quality products for over 40 years. Fedders North America’s Headquarters and Distribution Center is located in Houston, Texas and distributes through numerous associated stocking distributors nationwide. Fedders is owned by The Airwell Group which has a worldwide commitment to becoming the preeminent environmentally friendly manufacturer in the Western Hemisphere.
Our Products Provide Comfort, Well-Being and Quality Of Life.
Fedders provides sustained value to our local customers and deliver consistent profitablility as well as solid cash flow to our shareholders. We are committed to continuously exceeding our product range and services, product quality and reliability, as well as our internal processes, while remaining flexible to quickly respond to changing customer requirements.
Fedders products are known for their reliability and long life. The excellent quality and an especially wide product range offer a clear advantage to our customers. Equally important to us is the protection of the environment and the conservation of natural resources. This is why all of our production processes are subject to strict quality management procedures that meet international standards and which are regularly inspected and certified.
Innovativation Differentiates Fedders In The Industry
Technology In Harmony With The Environment
Fedders constantly strives to reduce power consumption not only within our production facilites and offices, but also for each customer who buys our products. Each year new product development analysis is taken with the aim of increasing energy efficiency for the benefit of the environment and the reduction of energy cost.