FAQ

THE MOST USUAL QUESTION RELATING TO HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING IN ARIZONA

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A few things, like having larger bushes or trees around windows facing east and west, can be beneficial. These will reduce the amount of intense sunlight that enters homes during the day without reducing other aspects, including the view outside!

All residences in Arizona must deal with the substantial problem of the state’s escalating energy costs.

  • Plan regular AC maintenance visits.
  • changing every filter.
  • Locating and repairing any leaks you find.
  • Secure all fittings and hoses.
  • Removing any obstacles or debris from the system.

Although you might believe that you can simply leave your air conditioner in the window all year, this is not a smart move. Take care when cleaning out any accumulated dust bunnies after winterizing as these could directly lead toward clogged filters which would result in limited airflow making things worse! This will help it run smoothly during the hot months of summer when humidity increases greatly inside buildings without natural ventilation system present (like most homes) and temperatures are often higher than average due to climate change or an unexpected heat wave.

In Arizona, an air conditioner typically lasts between 9 and 13 years. This range is a little bit smaller than the national average because we use our air conditioners more frequently than other parts of the country. Of course, you want your air conditioner to run effectively for as long as is practical.