We know what it feels like to switch on your AC unit during a hot Phoenix day only to find out your AC isn’t working and realize that sweet relief isn’t coming. When this happens, it’s hard to know whether the solution is a repair or an entire replacement. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to AC installation, repair, or maintenance and at Phoenix HVAC Specialist, we’re here to help you make the best decision.
We are more than just another HVAC company—we put courtesy and communication at the forefront of our services, so you can always trust you’re getting the highest-quality and most affordable services. We provide free estimates, offer HVAC financing.
Other than purchasing the correct air conditioning system, the most important choice when it comes to AC installation is who installs it. Many homeowners are under the impression that the brand of the AC is what makes the difference, but that’s only half of the equation.
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Your HVAC systems should be serviced before the start of each heating and cooling season. So, your air conditioner should have regular maintenance performed at the end of winter or beginning of spring, while your heat pump or furnace should have its regular maintenance performed at the end of summer or beginning of fall.
Your air filters should be replaced every one to three months depending on usage. This is vitally important to the performance of your HVAC systems and your indoor air quality.
The short answer? So important! Your indoor air quality can be as much as 100 times worse than the outdoor air. That means pollutants, allergens, dust, and mildew can be circulating in your home affecting your family’s health and wellbeing. Improving and maintaining your indoor air quality is vitally important to your home and family.
Did you know that when the summer heat beats down on your roof the attic can reach up to 150 degrees? Having attic ventilation can help control moisture, keep cooling costs down, and prevent the accumulation of mold and mildew.
Installing a programmable thermostat in your home helps you take control of how much energy you use for heating and cooling. If used effectively, a programmable thermostat can help you improve energy efficiency and save money on your utility bills.