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Dry Home? Is A Whole-House Humidifier Or Portable Unit For You?

By |January 27th, 2012|Air Conditioning, Filtration, High-Efficiency, HVAC Contractor, IAQ – Indoor Air Quality|

To combat the negative effects of dry air, especially in extremely dry areas like the Phoenix Valley, a whole-house humidifier is critical. Portable units are also an option, and while both devices have their advantages [...]

Phoenix Valley Homeowners: Preventive Maintenance Plan By Wolff Mechanical Offers Big Savings

By |January 8th, 2012|HVAC Contractor, Preventive Maintenance, Service & Maintenance|

A preventive maintenance plan can go a long way to ensure energy savings – over the entire life of the system. And that's important for homeowners who live in the Phoenix Valley, where a long [...]

Energy-Saving Steps For Budgets That Are Tighter Than Ever

By |January 8th, 2012|Air Conditioning Tips, Energy Evaluations, High-Efficiency, HVAC Contractor, Service & Maintenance|

Arizona’s climate requires a significant amount of cooling each year, and on average, cooling consumes the majority of most homeowners' energy budgets, making energy-saving steps critical. Mild winters don’t mean you can sit back and [...]

Set Your Programmable Thermostat To Maximize Energy Savings And Comfort

By |January 4th, 2012|Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Tips, Furnaces, Heating, HVAC Contractor, Thermostats|

There are two principles that guide how you should set your programmable thermostat: time frame and degree. Once you know how these principles work, you can lock in energy savings year-round. These guiding principles can [...]

Use Your Whole-House Humidification System To Gain Energy Savings During Cooler Weather

By |December 26th, 2011|Air Conditioning Tips, Furnaces, HVAC Contractor, IAQ – Indoor Air Quality|

Whole-house humidification systems position homeowners to save significantly. This is particularly true for Phoenix Valley homeowners who experience dry desert conditions year-round, compounding the problem of dry air that comes around each winter. A whole-house [...]

Manage Air Leaks Now, And Stop Energy Losses

By |December 16th, 2011|Air ducts, Furnaces, Heating, HVAC Contractor, Insulation, Preventive Maintenance, Service & Maintenance|

If your home has air leaks, you probably won’t know it unless you look for them. Leaks in your home can add up to a 10 percent loss of energy, which over time amounts to [...]

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips For Phoenix Valley

By |December 12th, 2011|Air Conditioning, Furnaces, Heating, HVAC Contractor|

Although the Arizona climate doesn’t require a significant amount of heating, we do see some cooler winter days. Don’t get caught off-guard if your furnace acts up. To ensure that your heating system operates consistently, [...]

Here’s How To Upgrade Your Home Insulation System

By |December 5th, 2011|Air Conditioning, Heat Pump, Heating, High-Efficiency, HVAC Contractor|

After a long and hot summer in the Phoenix metro area, you might be thinking that it's time to upgrade your insulation to block more of that unrelenting heat next summer. When you increase insulation [...]

Our HVAC Contractor Awards And Affiliations Are Reflective Of Our Highly Satisfied Customers

By |December 5th, 2011|HVAC Contractor, NATE, Service & Maintenance, Technicians|

An HVAC system is an integral part of any home. It determines how comfortable you are as well as how much money you are spending each month to maintain that comfort. When you buy an [...]

Use HAVC Tax Credits Before They Expire At The End Of 2011

By |November 18th, 2011|Air Conditioning, Energy Evaluations, Heating, HVAC Contractor, Preventive Maintenance, Service & Maintenance, Tax Credits and Rebates|

The calendar is winding down not only on 2011, but on a variety of tax credits available to homeowners who make energy improvements to their homes by Dec. 31, 2011. The consumer energy efficiency tax [...]