Rosie's Tucson Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors
Living in Tucson, the last thing you want to deal with is a faulty air conditioning unit. But finding the best Tucson air conditioning service doesn’t have to be stressful or involve guesswork. Trust your Tucson HVAC needs to the same contractors that home improvement radio hosts Rosie and Romey Romero do. Whether you are looking for air conditioning installation (residential or commercial), air conditioning repair or preventive maintenance, work with a pro so you won’t get stuck again.
What should I look for in a professional HVAC Contractor?Reputation. Ask your air conditioning contractor for a list of customers, and call a few of them. Check with the Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org) to learn if other customers have filed complaints about the contractor. Consider contractors who are members of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association or another professional association. Visit the Rosie on the House Web site for a list of local contractors who are “Rosie-certified” as the best in the business.
Credentials. Look at the contractor’s license from the Arizona State Registrar of Contractors. It should indicate that the contractor is licensed to perform work on your heating and cooling system.
Experience. Pull out an old phone book and look up your contractor. A service provider who has been around for at least five years has proven a commitment to the job. You want to hire someone you can count on to return year after year.
More of a do-it-yourselfer? Our FAQs below can help you out.
- What is the role of duct cleaning
- Is bigger better when it comes to an air conditioning unit?
- Is it efficient to run my evaporative cooler and my a/c together?
Myth: It’s cheaper and more efficient to cool your home with an evaporative cooler than with a central air conditioner.
Myth: Running ceiling fans all day in every room will help cool your home.
Myth: Cranking your thermostat way up whenever you leave the house will reduce your air conditioning bills.
Myth: Closing air conditioner registers in unused rooms will save energy and money.
Myth: Your air conditioner ducts need regular cleaning.
Get the cold hard facts about reducing your a/c bills from Rosie's Arizona Republic article.