Residential AC In Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, AZ and Valley Wide
There are several ways to cool a home in Phoenix and Mesa, AZ. There are fans and ventilation, central air conditioning, window and ductless mini-air split conditioners, and evaporative cooling systems. Our Norris Air Inc. team specializes in installing, maintaining, repairing, and replacing central air and packaged units for residential customers. We’ve been servicing homeowners here since 1973, and we have learned a thing or two about the area’s cooling needs.
The hot weather in Phoenix begins as soon as April and runs through the end of October. Given that the AC gets so much use, installing energy-saving products maximizes your efficiency while minimizing your costs. Thanks to the savings in energy use, your return on investment begins as soon as the first use. You can save up to 40% of your cooling energy costs with a new unit. Keep in mind that a well-tuned AC system contributes to the quality of your home’s indoor air, too.
Central air conditioners took off in the 1950s and became mainstream by the 1970s. At the time, it was the most efficient way to cool off a home. In pristine condition, the system pushes cool or hot air from a central unit through ducts to the rooms with vents. Over time, the ducts begin to sag, which causes a loss of efficiency by up to 30%. If you haven’t noticed a jump in your energy bills and have a central air system installed, the AC is still doing its job.
Homes with an older AC unit benefit from an upgrade to a programmable thermostat or ductless split air conditioning system. To determine the best fit, we consider the size of your home, energy consumption, and budget. Then, we walk you through the options.
Programmable thermostats are great for the individual making the switch to a smart home. Once the thermostat is installed, program it through an app on your smartphone. Once you set up your preferences, the thermostat begins to optimize your energy use. If you ever forget to turn off the AC after you’ve left your home, shut it down from your phone.
Ductless split air conditioning systems have gained popularity because they distribute air through a home with more efficiency. The unit includes air filters, which leads to improved indoor air quality. This is great news for those who suffer from allergies and other respiratory concerns. The ductless AC is known for its durability, too. Our team helps you determine the best size for your home. Regular maintenance keeps it running according to the manufacturer’s standards.
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