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Four Ways to Prevent a Summer Air Conditioning Emergency

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

The days of 100+ degree temperatures are here. And, if history is any indication, they’ll be here through October at least. With this kind of heat, air conditioning is no longer a luxury; it’s a necessity. The last thing you want in a Phoenix summer is to be without air conditioning. So, to protect yourself from an air conditioning emergency and

What Are the Top Air Conditioning Systems?

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

So you’ve made the decision to buy a new central air conditioning system. This is a big step for any homeowner, as most new AC units can cost from $5,000 to nearly $10,000. Picking the top air conditioner system is one of the biggest concerns for a homeowner, especially one that lives in Arizona where all-day AC performance is required

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How Expensive are New Air Conditioners in Arizona?

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

New air conditioner units are a substantial expense for an Arizona homeowner. If you are in the market for a new air conditioner unit, you should know that price is related to quality – better units cost more. You may pay as little as $3,000 for a basic central air conditioning system, or as much as $10,000 or more. Expect to pay

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The Top 5 Benefits of a Home HVAC Agreement

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

Let’s get one thing straight – your air conditioning system needs regular checkups in a hot Arizona summer, and that’s why an HVAC maintenance plan with Isley’s makes a lot of sense. According to the Southwest Climate Change Network, the hours per summer day over 100°F have doubled since 1948. Isley’s Home Service’s home HVAC maintenance agreement includes bi-annual check-ups

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How Does Arizona’s Crazy Temperatures Affect Your Home?

 |  Blog, General Home Care

Arizona is a pretty hot place to live. And research shows that it’s getting hotter every decade. Arizona’s average temperatures are increasing, according to research from Climate Central, with a .639 degree increase for every decade from the 1970s onwards. It’s these increasing average temperatures and urban heat island effect that can profoundly impact a home or business. Rising utility

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5 Ways to Stay Cool in Gilbert, AZ

 |  Blog, Seasonal

The intense heat of a Phoenix summer is here, and we in Gilbert are right in the thick of it. With our daily temps averaging about 104°F, we know it’s best to ride out the heat with equal amounts of adventure, patience, and common sense. So what can you do to stay cool in Gilbert? Parents and their kids can

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How to Maintain an Old A/C Unit, According to the Experts

 |  Air Conditioning, Blog

Arizona’s daily summer temperatures of 100 degrees and higher are very demanding on older home air conditioners. Some homeowners try to limit their 24-7 use of air conditioners to avoid too much stress on their units, but when it’s that hot, it’s hard to limit use. And with money being poured into energy bills in hot summer months, some homeowners

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6 Interesting Things You Must Know About Your A/C Unit

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When it comes to replacing an air conditioning system, up-front cost is often the top factor for homeowners. There are other things to know about your air conditioning system that can benefit your wallet, lower operating costs, and create greater peace of mind. For example, a high-efficiency system might cost more to purchase, but your energy bills will be lower

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12 Items You Need for Energy Efficient Air Conditioning

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How do you keep a home HVAC system at top efficiency? The answer lies in the latest technologies for keeping the home cool in summer and warm in winter to reduce energy, lower costs, and improve comfort and air quality. According to Energy Star, nearly 50% of a home’s energy output is used for heating and cooling purposes. Most homeowners