Here in Arizona, we tend to stress out about our energy bill a little more in the summer, when the air conditioner is running frequently. It’s easy to let your guard down in the winter. However, the truth is, you can still save money on your energy costs in the winter if you’re smart about […]READ MORE >
There are any number of steps you can take to have a more efficient and comfortable home. Good insulation, an efficient HVAC unit and proper doors and windows are all important. However, it’s also important to remember that instant savings can be as easy as setting your thermostat. Here at Precision Air, we like to […]READ MORE >
Do you find that one or more rooms are either warmer or cooler than others? This is one of the most common problems we run into here at Precision Air. Your heating and air conditioning unit should always heat or cool your home evenly, but this isn’t always the case. A home that is properly […]READ MORE >
Does it feel like your home is cooling down too quickly in the winter or not staying cool enough in the summer? There are a number of factors that can impact temperature control in your home and not addressing these issues could lead to higher energy costs while making harder to keep your home at […]READ MORE >
It’s inevitable that any air conditioner is going to need to be replaced at some point. Here in Arizona, air conditioners typically last between 10 and 15 years. A unit that is well-maintained might keep going strong for up to 20 years, but that’s pretty rare in places like Phoenix, where high temperatures require constant […]READ MORE >
Are you prepared to take the chance that your AC won’t work? Maybe you’re wondering why your energy costs seem to go up year after year despite the fact that you haven’t been changing your habits. For these and other reasons, it’s crucial that you get your AC serviced regularly just like you would your […]READ MORE >
Who Invented Air Conditioning? These days, all it takes to escape the heat of the desert inside your home is the tap of a few buttons on your cell phone or the flip a of switch on the wall. But that wasn’t always the case. It’s hard to believe that not all that long ago […]READ MORE >
It’s been a long, hot summer in Arizona, and your air conditioner has been working its hardest to keep your home cool. Much to your surprise, a check of the system revealed that your unit was low on refrigerant — but how can that be? Even though the refrigerant system in your air conditioner is […]READ MORE >
If you’ve lived in Phoenix for very long, you’re no stranger to the dust storms that wreak havoc with air quality in our fair city. Unfortunately, there’s not much anyone can do about the dust and pollutants that are flying around outside, but you can ensure that your indoor air quality is excellent, even on […]READ MORE >
With energy costs continually on the rise, many people start to cut costs by taking a look at the way they heat and cool their homes. If you have a multi-level home, you may want to consider just how much money you could save – or lose – by shutting off the AC to your […]READ MORE >
Precision Air & Heating is truly a reputable company and certainly number one for service in my book. Shawn, the repair manager was extremely helpful and professional. I would recommend them for both installation of a new system as well as repairs on your existing AC.
We were visiting our Arizona home from New York, when on one of the hottest days in August the air conditioning was not working. We called Precision & James Shelton worked to get the air up & running in no time. He was courteous & sympathetic, working hard to repair our central air…we have a warranty & Precision stands behind their work, they are available 24/7… Thank you!
Service was completed in a timely manner and my technician was extremely knowledgeable. All services were explained to me prior to being completed as far as the need and cost are concerned. My air conditioning unit has been problem-free all year and I believe it’s because of the professional maintenance that I get yearly from Precision Air.