Weather extremes can be tough on your heating or cooling system. When your AC or heater breaks down, you need help fast! If your system is suffering, know that Ac Heating In Phoenix is here for you.
At Ac Heating and Cooling Phoenix, We offer 24/7 customer service. Customers may speak with a member of the Phoenix team anytime, day or night by calling us. Many of our locations offer emergency AC repair when your air conditioning unit stops working. For failed heating systems, participating Ac Heating Phoenix locations provide emergency heating repair to keep you and your family warm.
Emergency Heating Repair and Cooling Services
For emergency HVAC service, you need professionals you can trust to fix your system right away. Our emergency heating repair and emergency AC repair services will give you peace of mind. Once we arrive, we’ll immediately diagnose the problem and get your HVAC system back up and running.
Our valued clients count on the superior customer service is we are known for, including:
Common Problems Requiring Emergency HVAC Service
Ideally, you don’t want to deal with any kind of heating or AC emergency, but they do happen. Here are some of the top reasons why these systems fail:
Improper Preventative Maintenance – Improper preventative maintenance, or failure to perform this maintenance, is the number-one reason for emergency calls. Consult your system’s owner’s manual regarding necessary preventative maintenance, including regularly changing filters. You should also schedule an annual maintenance visit for professional cleaning, attending to system components, and verifying of fluid levels. These routine maintenance tasks are essential to the efficiency, reliability, and safety of your AC system and furnace.
Inexperienced Service – Professional maintenance and repair is essential for heating and cooling equipment. Opt for expert service to prevent the need for inconvenient, costly, and possibly dangerous emergency repair needs down the road.
Outdated Systems – Aging heating and cooling systems are far more prone to breakdown and malfunction than newer, more efficient models. If you’re paying for repeated repairs and emergency service calls, consider the 50 percent rule: When the cost of repairs approaches 50 percent of the value of your system, you’re typically better off financially upgrading your system, which Ac Heating Phoenix can help you choose and install.
Additional AC and Heating Tips
Tune-up your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system with an annual maintenance contract.
Even a new ENERGY STAR® certified HVAC system, like a new car, will decline in performance without regular tune-ups. A contract ensures that your HVAC contractor will provide “pre-season” tune-ups before each cooling and heating season. You save energy and money, and your system may last years longer with minimal costs for yearly maintenance fees.
Regularly change (or clean if reusable) HVAC filters every month during peak cooling or heating seasons.
New filters usually only cost a few dollars. Dirty filters cost more to use, overwork the equipment and result in lower indoor air quality.
Control direct sun through windows, depending on the season and local climate.
During hot seasons, block direct heat from the sunshine on the east side and especially the west side of the facility. Depending on your facility, options such as solar screens, solar films, awnings, and vegetation can help keep facilities cooler. Over time, trees can attractively shade the facility and help clean the air. Interior curtains or drapes can help, but it’s best to prevent the summer heat from getting past the glass and inside. During cold seasons, with the sun low in the south, unobstructed southern windows can contribute additional heat during the day.
Install a smart thermostat.
Instead of relying on manual adjustments, install a climate control system that adjusts according to the patterns of your business. New systems will automatically adjust the temperature a few degrees in either direction as they learn your schedule, plus they are usually accessible through a mobile device so that you can program or adjust them from anywhere. Options such as the Reliant Business Smart Controls plan will give you control of multiple locations at once and alert you about system performance issues.
Plug leaks with weather stripping and caulking.
Caulking and weather stripping let you manage your ventilation, which is the deliberate, controlled exchange of stuffy inside air for fresher outdoor air. To learn more about indoor air quality in your facility, visit the Environmental Protection Agency’s website on indoor air quality.
Moving air can make a somewhat higher temperature and/or humidity feel comfortable.
Fans can help delay or reduce the need for air conditioning. And a temperature setting of only three to five degrees higher can feel as comfortable as your normal setting if you use fans. Each degree of higher temperature can save about 3% on cooling costs. When the temperature outside is more comfortable than inside, a box fan in the window or a large whole-facility fan in the attic can push air out and pull in comfortable air from outside.