Furnace installation and replacement costs on average from $2,796 to $6,746 as of 2022 (according to HomeAdvisor). Installing a furnace is an investment. But the right type and size of system can last 15 to 20 years. There can be a long-term return on investment, especially if… Read More
A heat pump moves heat from one location to another, instead of creating warmer or cooler air like other HVAC systems. According to Energy.gov, it may use about 50% less electricity than a furnace or baseboard heater. If the temperature in your region rarely drops below freezing,… Read More
Tricks aren’t fun when it comes to your HVAC system. As the season transitions to fall, and our long summer draws to a close, your HVAC needs will start to shift from cooling to heating. Even though we have mild winters here in the Phoenix area, a well-functioning heater is… Read More
Looking for a way to heat up your home?
There are a lot of brands who boast that they are the best when it comes to home-based heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning. Their heat pumps may be good enough to keep you and your home warm for the coming winter.
However, "good enough" might not save you from blizzards or the hottest summers. If you're looking for the best, then Trane is the brand for you. Read More
The weather is getting colder in Phoenix. If you haven't already, you'll soon turn on your heating system to fight the chill.
But there's always that moment of fear when you first switch your thermostat from "cool" to "heat."
Will the heater come on? Will it sound okay? What's that weird smell?
We always recommend a furnace system check before the weather turns cool enough to need a little heat. And you need a trusted heating professional to perform your system check and help you troubleshoot common furnace issues.
Select a company that won't recommend unnecessary repairs, and that will make sure your system is safe.
Here are eight critical tips for hiring the best heating company in Phoenix, AZ. Read More
Colder temperatures are on the way for residents of Phoenix & Scottsdale as we head into December and January. In fact, a colder than normal winter is predicted for the state.
After a long rest, your heater is in need of some attention to ensure it's ready to handle the workload. Instead of waiting for the mercury to drop, get ahead of the game by having a furnace or heater inspection performed now.
Just because your system functioned well last year doesn't mean you're guaranteed the same results again. There's a chance a problem could have popped between then and now.
Let's go over eight reasons you should think about servicing your furnace right away. Read More
Every winter, you rely on your furnace. However, each winter that passes means that your furnace is aging. This means its efficiency and its ability to warm your home properly is decreasing.
It is essential that you have a working furnace to keep your family warm during the winter months. As we approach the coldest months of the year, let's look at the top 5 signs you need a furnace replacement. Read More
The holidays are over but winter hasn't left us just yet. Which means your heating system still has work to do this season.
A broken heater is a problem that you need to solve immediately. But this brings up a common question: "Do I do a heating system repair? Or do I do a heating system replacement?" Read More
Have you been on the hunt for an efficient, reliable HVAC system? If you want unbeatable performance and an impressive equipment lifespan, you'll love Trane.
Trane has developed one of the best HVAC systems you can buy. No details are missed and all of the important components have been carefully designed to perform well for years.
Are you ready for an HVAC system that surpasses the rest?
Read on to learn why these systems are a cut above the rest. Read More
It's that time of year again. The weather is getting colder and you're ready to bust out your favorite wool socks and start cranking up the heater.
But, not so fast.
Before you turn your heater on for the winter, you may want to look into getting some heater maintenance done. Yes - even if you think your heater is working perfectly fine, routine maintenance is still important.
Here are five reasons why. Read More