Tempe Heating Company
Affordable New Furnaces
Purchasing a new furnace is a big deal. Don’t worry. Our expert heating and cooling consultants will help you decide which unit is best for your specific home based on the size of your home, your family’s air quality preferences, financing budget and your desired energy efficiency. One of our experts will work with you every step of the way from selecting the best system and financing solution, to carrying out an expert equipment installation when it arrives. Find out why we sell the best and most affordable new furnaces in Tempe, AZ and the surrounding cities of the Phoenix Metro.
Our comprehensive furnace tune-ups actually help you save in two ways. First, a well-maintained heating system will operate more efficiently and uses less energy, which helps the environment. Second, proper maintenance means fewer expensive repairs.There are things we’d prefer to spend money on instead of our heating. And with lower energy bills, we can!
Whenever a furnace stops working is when we need it most and our experts will be out to repair your furnace in no time. Our NATE-certified technicians have received the most prestigious training and certification in the industry, so they’ll fix your problem correctly the first time. Our expert professionals are trained to service any kind of furnace, so you know you’ll get the best service around.
Moisture Near Your Unit
A properly functioning air conditioning unit will remove any condensation that would otherwise form and pool near the unit. If you notice too much condensation on your air conditioner or pools of liquid near the unit, you might have a blocked or broken drain tube. There is also the possibility that the liquid you’re seeing is refrigerant. Refrigerant leaks can be a serious health risk, so make sure you call one of our repair professionals at 602-887-7973 if you notice too much moisture where there shouldn’t be any.
As an air conditioner nears the end of its life, it might make squealing or grinding noises. These sounds are a clear indicator that something is wrong with your unit, and while your air conditioner could be repaired it may be wiser to just buy a replacement once things get to this point.
Finally, an air conditioner that is in need of repair might cause foul smells throughout your home. This is usually an indicator of either wire insulation being burned out or mold in your air ducts. Both of these should be checked out before you end up with a costly repair bill.