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Cooling is not an option in the Valley of the Sun. Keeping your living and workspaces cool with a working air conditioner is essential, but sometimes the utility bill can be through the roof! Cooling air is one thing, but it is just as important to make sure that you enjoy cool air from you air conditioning system while reducing energy expenses at the same time. Rainforest technicians can inspect and review your HVAC system and give you some highly recommended suggestions to increase energy efficiency and comfort. Here are a few things to consider…

  • Make sure your air conditioning unit is functioning properly and refrigerant levels are sufficient
  • Check air ducts for any leaks
  • Make sure that your property has sufficient insulation for ultimate heating and cooling
  • Seal off any cracks or air leaks around doors and windows to prevent the outside Phoenix air from creeping in
  • Check with your energy provider to see if they offer discounts for avoiding “heavy use” times
  • Review the efficiency rating of your unit and see if it makes sense to upgrade
  • Consider using Swamp or Evaporative Coolers when possible
  • Have Rainforest install a “Piggyback” Swamp – Evaporative Cooling System
  • Install shade screens on exposed windows

Rainforest Plumbing and Air provides you with their outstanding customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We take pride in knowing that our great company and skilled HVAC contractors are here to offer you the air conditioning services you need to stay cool in Phoenix, AZ.

To have a trained professional with years of experience inspect your home for efficiency or to fix any issues you’re having with your HVAC system, including heating ventilation and air conditioning, don’t hesitate to contact usThere isn’t an HVAC problem or HVAC repair we haven’t seen or fixed!