We totally get it — replacing your air conditioner is certainly not something you were planning on doing this summer. However, we are here to tell you that sometimes it is for the best, especially if yours is no longer efficient or effective.
There are quite a few signs that suggest your air conditioner is no longer doing its job, and below, we have listed some of them for you. Just keep reading to find out more, and remember to call us when you need AC replacement in Glendale, AZ.
Now that temperatures are starting to rise, the birds have begun chirping, and flowers have begun blooming, it is hard not to get excited about the days ahead! Before you know it, summer will be here and those chilly days of winter will be long behind us.
Of course, all this talk of summer has got us HVAC technicians thinking about your air conditioner. See, your AC is vital to your comfort, so you want to make sure that it’s working efficiently and effectively.
So below, we have listed some of the tell-tale signs of AC trouble, that way, you know precisely when to call our team for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, do not hesitate to call when you need AC repair in Glendale, AZ.
Are you in the market for a new air conditioner this year? If so, you’ve definitely come to the right place. See, we’ve got plenty of awesome options for you to choose from, and below, we have highlighted some of them for you!
We totally get that sorting through your options can be a tad overwhelming, so in addition to reading this blog, we recommend giving us a call! We are your go-to for all of your HVAC services in Glendale, AZ.
We know that readers usually come to our blog for informative and educational posts about the systems and services that we offer. However, as is the case across the country and the globe right now, there is one topic at the forefront of our minds. That is COVID-19, or the Coronavirus.
We understand that homeowners everywhere are exercising extreme caution when it comes to mitigating the chance of exposure to this virus in their homes. Trust us, we are doing the same in ours. And we promise you that every member of our team will take these same precautions when working in your home and on your property.
If you have an appointment scheduled with Cool Touch, rest assured that we’ll continue to provide you with the exceptional service that you deserve in this uncertain and trying time, and that we’ll do so while making your health and safety our top priority.
Our entire staff is well aware that prevention starts at their homes, that it continues in the workplace, and that it extends into the residences of our valued clients. They have the information and supplies that they need to do their jobs while protecting both themselves and the clients that they serve.
If you have any questions or concerns about your upcoming appointment, or if you are thinking about booking an appointment but want to know more about our specific preventative measures, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
Of course, you’d expect some noises from your furnace here and there. For instance, the sound of air rushing through the vents is totally normal! However, there are some noises that your furnace should not be making, and if it is, it is definitely a cause for concern.
Below, we have outlined some sounds you definitely do not want to hear from your furnace and what they might mean. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more… Oh! And remember to call us for your HVAC in Glendale, AZ.
If you own a furnace, specifically a gas furnace, then consider yourself lucky! Not only are these systems highly efficient and effective, but they’re also super durable and reliable. In fact, we really can’t think of many reasons why you wouldn’t want one of these systems in your home.
See, there are just so many reasons why people love their gas furnaces, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to contact us for your furnace services in Glendale, AZ.
Sure, winter around here might as well just be called “Second Summer” because temperatures rarely dip below 60 degrees during the day. But still, on those nights where the temperature does drop, you are going to want to make sure that you’ve got a heating system that works!
Of course, if you’ve got a furnace that suddenly starts blowing cool air, it’s definitely a cause for concern. Fortunately, we are pretty well-versed in furnaces and we’ve got some ideas as to why your furnace isn’t working properly. All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more, and of course, remember to schedule your furnace repair in Glendale, AZ with us!
Of course, here in Arizona, the line between winter and summer can be a little unclear — let’s face it, while most of our friends up North are preparing for the next big snowstorm, many of us are kicking our feet up with our windows open, thinking about how we’ll likely be turning on our air conditioners again in just a couple of weeks.
See, we use our air conditioners so much that it is almost never “too early” for maintenance services. In fact, there are plenty of reasons to schedule your maintenance services on the early side, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more (and of course, remember to schedule your AC maintenance in Glendale, AZ with us!)
It’s hard to even imagine what life would be like without your water heater — certainly, you’d no longer look forward to those long showers like you do now! See, your water heater is super important to your overall comfort, so it’s important that yours is in good working order.
Of course, your water heater was not designed to last forever, and eventually, you will need to replace it. Fortunately, though, there are a number of signs that suggest it’s time to invest in a new system, and below, we have listed some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more (and of course, remember to call our team when you need plumbing services in Glendale, AZ.)