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Air Conditioning Tips

9 Energy Saving Tips for Summer

By |May 1st, 2013|Air Conditioning Tips, Uncategorized|

At Wolff Mechanical, we work hard to help with all your Scottsdale air conditioning repair needs. We also find it important to share information about helpful tips for energy saving. Summer is about to hit [...]

How to Know it’s Time to Replace an HVAC?

By |April 10th, 2013|AC maintenance, Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Repair, Air Conditioning Tips|

Most people only know the basics of air conditioning systems. The basics for most people include: turning the system on, turning the system off and setting the thermostat to 78 degrees on auto for comfort [...]

Strategies for Buying an Air Conditioner

By |April 8th, 2013|Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Tips, HVAC Contractor|

Wolff Mechanical Inc. has been in business since 1990, and the owner Marty Wolff started working in the air conditioning business in 1978. The trained professionals at Wolff Mechanical Inc. know how to install and [...]

Desert Heat Tips

By |March 27th, 2013|Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Tips, Energy Savings, High-Efficiency|

With summer just around the corner in Arizona, the time must come for air conditioning season. If you do not have an air conditioning unit already installed in your home, now is the time and [...]

Scottsdale Air Conditioning Service – AC Safety Tips

By |March 18th, 2013|Air Conditioning Tips, Preventive Maintenance|

With summer temps fast approaching,  100+ degree heat waves will soon be the norm in Arizona. As a result, the Scottsdale air conditioning experts at Wolff Mechanical recommend staying safe during the summer months. Typically, [...]

Repair or Replace an Air Conditioner?

By |March 13th, 2013|Air Conditioning Tips|

3 Factors to Consider 1. Life Expectancy One of the most common factors that come in to play when considering if a repair or replacement is life expectancy. Typically, most ac units last 8-12 years if properly maintained. For each additional year past that time frame, they often become more and more expensive to maintain due to worn out parts, expired warranties, and discontinued internals. As a result, age is especially important to consider when your unit is nearing its projected life expectancy. […]

Heating and Cooling Options For Two-Story Additions

By |January 24th, 2013|Air Conditioning Tips, Heating|

Options for heating and cooling two-story additions typically involve installing a supplemental system for the new space, utilizing your current heating and cooling systems by extending ductwork or revamping your entire home-comfort system with perhaps a new high-efficiency system that can comfortably heat and cool your home and the additional square footage. […]

Repair or Replace Your Air Conditioner

By |September 6th, 2012|Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Tips, Air ducts|

When to invest in a new AC system. If your HVAC equipment is over 10 years old. Your equipment needs frequent repairs. You have unusually high utility bills in the summer months. If your home [...]

Manual J: Does Your Technician Know It Inside Out?

By |August 28th, 2012|Air Conditioning Tips|

Every time you have a new heating or cooling system installed in your home, you should make sure that your technician doesn’t make a single move until he or she performs a Manual J heating load calculation. Without one, it’s nearly impossible to select the right-sized HVAC equipment for your home. […]

Avoiding Water Damage When You’re Using Your Air Conditioner All The Time

By |August 23rd, 2012|Air Conditioning Tips|

Air conditioners naturally produce moisture, or condensation, which makes the possibility of water damage ever present. There are some ways, however, that you can prevent water damage from occurring in your home. The following tips will help you to develop a plan of action to protect your system and your home. […]