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Are Air Purification Systems Worth the Expense?

 |  Air Purification Systems, Blog

The American Lung Association (ALA) awarded Maricopa County’s air an F in both ozone and particle pollution. The rest of Arizona didn’t fare much better. Only Navajo County received a B, all other counties received D and F ratings. Even if you think this sounds bad, you probably wonder, “What does this have to do with my home?” Well, the

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Keeping Your Pets Safe in the Arizona Heat

 |  Blog

  When the Phoenix sun beats down, more than people suffer during summer’s extreme heat. As temperatures soar, our pets also struggle to stay cool. Do your best to protect your furry loved ones from the sun and heat.   Don’t Leave Your Dog in the Car This seems obvious, but we see it all the time: dogs left alone

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Isley’s Home Service is Now a Certified Rosie on the House Partner

 |  Blog, General Home Care

The Isley’s team is very honored and excited to announce our partnership with Rosie on the House, Arizona’s top home services referral network. Rosie’s stated mission is to be every Arizona homeowner’s best friend, and they take that role seriously! Before bestowing Trusted Partner status on a contractor, Rosie runs a complete and thorgh background check, including credit history and

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How Testing and Repairing Your Ductwork Saves Big Bucks

 |  General Home Care

We’ve been talking a lot about ductwork lately, thanks to our killer Aeroseal offer. Taking care of your ductwork is a smart way to save big on power bills, improve the efficiency of your HVAC unit, and take advantage of killer rebates from APS and SRP. The Rebates Let’s start with the rebates. APS offers up to $400, per system

How Clean Is Your Drinking Water?

 |  Plumbing, Water Treatment
Even with 15 percent of Americans getting their drinking water from private wells, U.S. public water systems deliver more than 44 billion gallons of water every day to homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses. The majority of this water originates from surface water sources, such as lakes and rivers. Groundwater pumped from wells provides the rest. Before it reaches your home
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Ask Johnny D Episode 03 – HVACs

 |  General Home Care, HVAC, Podcast

In this episode, Johnny D explains the basics of HVAC systems, with a focus on the heating element and basic maintenance. In addition to your air conditioning unit, your HVAC system includes a heating unit. In Arizona, this is typically either a gas furnace or electric heat pump. Less common is a resistance heating system. No matter which system you

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Finding the Best Air Conditioner in Gilbert

 |  Air Conditioning

To outsiders who don’t know that huge areas of Arizona enjoy relatively mild summers, Arizona is known for one thing above all others: heat! For those of us living and working in Gilbert and other parts of the Phoenix-Metro area, though, the stereotype fits. Summers here are brutal and long, which means you want the best air conditioner that keeps your

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Homebuyers’ Guide to Air Conditioner and Heating Units

 |  Air Conditioning

Home inspections, including the HVAC system, are standard with any new home purchase no matter where you live. However, thanks to Arizona’s extreme heat, Gilbert homebuyers need to pay extra attention to the A/C unit. This is due, in part, to the fact that many HVAC inspections amount to no more than the inspector switching on the unit and writing

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Arizona Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps FAQ

 |  Air Conditioning, Heating

With Arizona’s intense heat, most people have a lot of questions about their HVAC system. How does the unit work? What’s the best size? How can I reduce my power bill during the relentless heat of summer? Whether you’re looking for a new unit, a new thermostat, or wondering about common HVAC maintenance, the following FAQ should answer any questions