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Honeywell Corporate Office Address

Honeywell International
115 Tabor Road
Morris Plains, New Jersey 07962

Contact Honeywell

Phone Number: (973) 455-2000
Fax Number: (973) 455-4807
Website: http://www.honeywell.com
Email: Email Honeywell

Honeywell Facts

Founder: Mark Honeywell
Date Founded: 1906
Founding Location: Wabash, Indiana
Number of Employees: 131000

Honeywell Executives

CEO: Darius Adamczyk
CFO: Thomas A. Szlosek
COO: Krishna Mikkilineni

Honeywell History

 

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Honeywell can actually trace its roots back to 1885 when Albert Butz invented a damper flapper, the first thermostat for coal furnaces, for the Minneapolis Heat Regulator Company.

In 1906, Mark C. Honeywell founded the Honeywell Heating Specialty Company in Wabash, Indiana.  In 1927, Honeywell merged with Minneapolis Heat Regulator. Mark Honeywell was made President and W.R. Sweatt was made chairman.

W.R. Sweatt and his son Harold lead Honeywell for the next 75 years, turning a small idea (the thermostat) into a thriving business. honey 6

In 1943, James Binger joined the company and became President in 1961.  Binger revamped the company’s sale approach and focused on profit margin instead of total revenues.

Starting in the 1970’s, the company decided to focus on process controls. The company merged some of their systems with GE‘s information systems and later acquired GE’s processing systems.

In 1986, the company took on a new direction by acquiring Sperry Aerospace while discontinuing their computer programs with the rise of the IBM personal computer.

In 1987, the company began offering a home security system and later, Smart Home control systems. Honey 5

In 1999, Honeywell merged with AlliedSignal. Although AlliedSignal was the bigger company, Honeywell was the more recognizable name. In October of 2015, the “new” Honeywell company moved their headquarters to Morris Plains, New Jersey. The new 475,000-square-foot building on 40 plus acres features state-of-the-art technology, as well as greater energy efficiency than Honeywell’s old Morristown headquarters, which was underutilized, outdated and costly, according to then CEO Dave Cote.honey 4

The company is publicly traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol: HON. Honeywell had annual revenue of $40.5 billion in 2017 and has more than 131,000 employees worldwide, with approximately 58,000 of those being in the US.

Today, Honeywell produces many consumer and commercial products and also provides engineering and aerospace services.  Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company. honey 2

Honeywell FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Honeywell?
Answer 1: The phone number for Honeywell is (973) 455-2000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Honeywell?
Answer 2: The CEO of Honeywell is Darius Adamczyk.

Question 3: Who founded Honeywell?
Answer 3: Honeywell was founded by Mark Honeywell in 1906.

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Ed August 22, 2018 at 2:05 pm

I had two of these thermostats installed at the end of June this year so I could monitor the temperature and humidity of my Florida house. I spend a few months away each year and it is important to monitor the house. I also have other monitors that do the same in specific rooms, but that do not provide any control over the HACV. One of the Honeywells has never measured humidity correctly since it was installed. A couple weeks ago the other one lost connectivity. Customer support made some adjustments that gave it the appearance of working, but with no actual control. I subsequently had the local maintenance people who installed it visit the house with my caretaker, since i’m 2000 miles away. They had difficulty establishing connectivity and contacted Honeywell support. Honeywell support people instructed them to push the reset button on my router. Unfortunately, that returned the router to its factory settings and caused all of my internet based equipment and monitors to go offline. (They probably just wanted to reboot the router.) I spent the next morning on the phone with a friend for 3 hours reconfiguring the router and getting my equipment online (the honeywell still did not respond). Some router functions are still not enabled, but will have to wait until I can be on site. Your support people have no business providing directions for equipment for which they are not familiar. Today the local people replaced the thermostat and instructed me to register it. Apparently, and unbeknown to my contractor, this is impossible unless you are on site and can change the temperature as part of the process as I learned when I tried to register the products later this morning. I called tech support, but they advised that nothing could be done to cirXXXXvent changing the temperature. So now I need to arrange for my caretaker to travel to the house again to help me complete the registration process. If the purpose of the thermostat is remote monitoring, wouldn’t it seem logical that the homeowner might need to register while off premises. This has not been a positive experience so far! The product does not seem strong and support is either weak or overly complex. I contrast this with the 5 NEST thermostats I have in another home controlling 5 zones. They’ve been installed and operating for over 2 years without one incident. I was hoping Honeywell would be a good experience like NEST and a viable alternative. I now wish I had found a local HACV contractor that supported NEST.

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pamela April 13, 2018 at 7:55 pm

I bought a 9000 thermostat it say the indoor heat is 76 but the point of set which what they call it 73 and it is so cold I need the fan OFF not running at all but no one thought that this was needed the technician / designer was so very stupid, heating and air con. all ready have a fan to blow the heat and air con. through the ducks there is no need for a second fan to blow all the time some of the time or on auto which mixes heat and cold air making the house cold DUH! which also means that when I need to run the air I will have the same issue but in reverse so now when I need to cool down the house it will be hotter which mean I will need to turn it down to cool down what I was doing at 73 now I will have to go down lower so by no having an off for the fan is going cost more money for me and not be energy efficient which also means I waited my money on the unit and the money I paid to have it installed I know no one cares they got my money and yours very bad company. I just say enough about how bad and ABHORRENT.
i TRULY HOPE i AM WRONG AND i WILL BE CONTACTED WITH A SOLUTION BEFORE SUMMER BECAUSE MY DAUGHTER HAS SERIOUS HEAT ISSUES AND WITH NOT BEING ABLE TO CONTROL THE TEMPERATURE SHE WILL GET VERY SICK
PAMELA

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vinesh March 6, 2018 at 11:47 am

Honeywell Provides a safe working Environment

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Harold February 22, 2018 at 11:13 am

Have a tech problem with my Honeywell Thermostat. Called tech support and waited for 27 minutes on hold!! Called corporate office and waited on hold for 10 minutes, asked to speak to the CEO and was told he was in a meeting, asked for 2nd in command, he was in a meeting, asked for the 3rd in command and he to was in the same meeting!! So I then requested when I canned back to speak with the CEO and was told he is no longer with the company, yup, you guessed it, #2 no longer with the co, and # 3 also. Called Mpls office and have been on hold 14 minutes waiting for someone to help me. I am in florida, my home is in Minnesota, my iPhone is telling me that I have no connection as of 2/22 2:40 pm. It told me that at 8 am on 2/22!!! What a frigging horseshoe company, They put you on hold till you hang up out of frustration.

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rose rodriguez December 21, 2016 at 7:58 pm

I need human resource for the one in ga there is a lot of problems with people in the ware house even a sexual harassment problem

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omot ochan November 29, 2016 at 6:30 pm

Hi I am omot ochan. I am working for united technology aerospace systems right now. because it is slow slow at etc Iwan to get hire by Honeywell. Has been almost eight months since i check the wibesite Everyday applying for jobs I never get a call form Honeywell for an interview.I do not know is it my Resume or what I really don’t understand. I would like to hire by honeybee because I like it and it is a union job.my number is 612-229-XXXXX

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Mary April 12, 2016 at 6:57 pm

I just need the phone number to reach the human resources office in Albuquerque New Mexico . I need to get the QDRO forms. How do I find that phone number? Someone please help me!

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Mary Maynard March 23, 2016 at 6:06 pm

An electrician installed two Honeywell (PLS750C/PLS751C) to control front lights and a lamp post to go on in a New England winter.

Now that it is spring and summer is soon to be here, we would like to reprogram them.

Not. Never. No how. Impossible.

The directions are impenetrable. We spent over an hour talking to “technicians” who were unable to help and who were quite willing to let us hang up — leaving us with lights that now go on and off on sunny afternoons.

Who wrote the directions? Who stands behind Honeywell?

You have lost another domestic customer; is yourattention being paid on.y to massive industrial clients? If so, forget us little pawns and go for the big guys.

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Kenneth Ruckdeschel November 28, 2015 at 9:04 am

I have purchased a Honeywell erv. Since the A/C guy who has installed the unit in my home the air quality has been very toxic. I have had to shut the unit off. I believe its the problem with the balance. The A/C guy has come back and said that he balanced the unit but I still have the problem. I don’t think he’s doing it right I think I have to much neg. pressure. This is the first unit he has put in. This home is in middle Georgia area Bonaire Ga. Macon/ Warner Robins area. Would you be able to recommend a preferred installer to
balance my system.

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shopsns July 31, 2015 at 2:26 pm

I have 4 programmable Honeywell thermostats in my home. When trying to replace batteries for the RTH2300/RTH221 series the thermostat fell apart and does not go back together specifically the buttons and the cover over temp read out. I called the 800 number to see if they could send a replacement. I was told that I would have to buy a new one. Ask to speak with a supervisor and was told to they could do nothing and me and to have a nice day.
Really? How can we resolve this issue?

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Sarah Cohen January 24, 2015 at 4:03 pm

The Honeywell Programmable Thermostadt 69-1921EFS-03 does not function properly. It does not come on at the time programmed. My contractor told me to remove the batteries for about 5 minutes, then replace and reprogram. That has not worked. It looks OK on the screen, but does not function according to the data programmed in memory. How can I fix this problem?
Thank you, SBC – St Louis, MO.

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Phillip Holoman December 11, 2014 at 12:14 pm

Hello I worked at the kansas city plant for 18 years. When I separated I was told I could roll my 401k over about a month after my last day of work. That was in Aug 2014. I have tried to call my HR here in kansas city and when i can get someone on the phone I am given different stories. The last few calls I was told I would get a call back. I am still waiting weeks later. I would like to know if anyone in the there can get answer concerning my 401k.
thanks

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Cindy August 14, 2015 at 1:41 am

I work in the financial products and services industry for a Fortune100 company, helping many folks with pensions and rollovers find the product most suitable for their goals. My services are free to each client; the company the client chooses, pays for my efforts on your behalf. Perhaps, I can help you get movement with your 401K, if you haven’t by now?
Please feel welcome to connect. I can be reached via wfg.cpatten at gmail dot com
Cindy Patten, MA, ABD

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Yoonhyuk Rah April 16, 2014 at 9:36 am

To Honeywell Corporate Office

Hello. I am currently a junior student at KAIST, Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. I am currently doing a project with 3 of my colleagues about how to develop the smart grid industry in South Korea.
The project we are working on is called LG Global Challenger and it is supported by the LG Corporation. Each team is consisted of 4 members from the same university. The idea of the project is to find an issue or social problem in Korea and try to find how to solve it by searching how other countries solved it. A total of 30 teams, 120 members are selected nationwide and given the chance to go overbroad to research their topic after passing through doXXXXentary examination and face-to-face interview.
We chose our topic as the smart grid industry which will become important to our country in the near future. South Korea has an extremely low supply of natural resources and is highly dependent on imported energy sources. In spite of these factors, the energy price is relatively low to other countries with similar situations and people use too much electricity. This especially becomes a major problem in the summer when the electricity demand increases. We thought that the smart grid will become a solution to Korea’s electricity problems and that’s why we chose this topic.
Contacting foreign institutes and corporations is a key point in passing through both examinations. Therefore, we would like to know if we could visit your facility if we pass both examinations. Our main interest is how the building and home energy management is done, what kind of technologies are neede and how it is related to the smart grid industry

Sincerely, Yoonhyuk Rah

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brenda bogard December 20, 2013 at 3:13 pm

I worked for Honeywell from Dec, 1978 til June of 1984 in Rockford, il. at that time I was told that when I retired I should have money coming back to me monthly. What forms do I need to fill out to get the money? Please reply. Thank You.
Brenda Bogard

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Scott Gass August 16, 2013 at 12:42 pm

I would like to address this to Mr. Fradin to make sure he is aware of some significant customer service issues in my area. In June I purchased a Honeywell wireless IAQ system for my home and since June the system has not worked correctly. Despite repeated calls to Honeywell for support my local HVAC company has not received any support or assistance. In the southeast we frequently see temperatures over 100 degrees and because of the poor performance of the system and the serious customer service issues we are forced to endure very high temperatures in our house with no sense of urgency from Honeywell. I am also in serious fear that your poor performing system and lack of urgency will burn out my new HVAC unit.

My request is for immediate executive assistance in resolving this issue to my satisfaction, I feel that every customer deserves support from the manufacturer for a manufacturer problem and am seriously disappointed in Honeywell and Honeywell products to the point where I will not recommend them and my HVAC company is looking to drop your entire product line.

I can be reached at 919-345-6804 if someone would like to discuss this issue.

Thank you!
Scott

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