FAQ

the most typical query regarding air conditioning and heating in Arizona

There are a few things that can help, like having larger shrubs or trees around windows facing east and west. These will block some of those hot sunrays from streaming into homes during peak hours without sacrificing any other aspect such as view outside!

You may think that you can just leave your air conditioner in the window all year, but this is not a good idea. To keep it running smoothly during hot months of summertime when temperatures are often higher than average due to climate change or an unexpected heat wave and humidity increases greatly inside buildings with no natural ventilation system present (like most homes), make sure to take care while cleaning out any accumulated dust bunnies after winterizing because these could lead directly toward clogged filters which would result into limited airflow making things worse!

The rising cost of energy use in Arizona is a significant issue that all homes must handle.

  • Plan routine AC maintenance inspections
  • Replacing each filter.
  • Identifying any leaks and fixing them.
  • Tighten all hoses and fittings.
  • Clearing the system of any debris or obstructions.

An air conditioner generally lasts between 9 and 13 years in Arizona. We use our air conditioning units more often than other areas of the nation, thus this range is a little shorter than the national average. Obviously, you want your air conditioning system to function efficiently for as long as feasible.