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R22 (Freon) is Being Phased out Worldwide

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When Will Freon Become Illegal? The US Environmental Protection Agency has determined that the refrigerant used in air conditioners has ozone-depleting properties and will be phased out by 2020. That means older air conditioners will quickly become obsolete and freon will no longer be manufactured or imported after January 1, 2020. What does this mean […]

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Finding the Right Air Conditioner for Your House

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Finding the Right Air Conditioner for Your House The heat in Arizona is unbearable. Whether you’re living in Phoenix, Glendale, or any other city in the state, it’s called “the Valley of the Sun” for a good reason. So then, you’ve decided to go ahead and take away some of the heat, at least in […]

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3 Cool Innovations in the World of Air Conditioning

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Going with the Flow of Air Conditioning Advancements By now, most homeowners are aware of advancements in energy efficiency, ductless systems, and solar electricity to power heating and cooling systems. But, there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes of air conditioning technology. And with increasing pressure to limit emissions, decrease our reliance on […]

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Common Questions About Your AC System

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Air Conditioner Repair Service Phoenix

Common Questions About Your Air Conditioner With average highs above 100 degrees from May through September, the people of Phoenix are at no shortage of questions when it comes to air conditioning repair. Let’s take a look at some of the best answers to the most common questions your asking. How Often Should I Change […]

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Warranties and maintenance – Sunrise Mechanical Inc.

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To all of Sunrise Mechanical’s existing, new, or potential customers, we are going to be covering the importance of maintaining your a/c units and how to PREVENT your warranties from being voided. When purchasing a new unit, your HVAC contractor should provide you with warranty paperwork, this is very important for a handful of reasons. […]

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Clever Ways To Keep Your Phoenix Home Cool

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Air Conditioning Contractor in Phoenix

Start From the Outside and Work In Despite pummeling your house with oppressive heat most of the year, nature is actually your friend when it comes to keeping temperatures cool indoors. Though Arizona isn’t known for its lush vegetation, there are a number of bushes and trees that thrive in this climate. So, doing a […]

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Insulation Tips for Phoenix Attics

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Insulation Contractor Phoenix

Things to Know Before Insulating Your Attic Insulation is simply a temperature barrier, keeping warm and cool air where it’s supposed to be. And the two most important places to have your insulation working correctly is in the walls and the attic. Old insulation, especially the kind used in home construction before the 1970’s is […]

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How your new heat pump system works in winter

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How your new heat pump system works in the winter There are some things you will notice that your new heat pump does when the temperature outside is below 38 degrees. The unit will go into a defrost cycle. This changes your heat to air conditioning which will then blow cold air out of the […]

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What is the difference between R-22 and R-410A refrigerants?

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Refrigerants are what make air conditioning possible. Contained within the coils of an air conditioner, these liquid agents cool and dehumidify indoor air. For years, the most common refrigerant used in air-conditioning systems was R-22. In response to growing environmental concerns, production of systems using R-22 refrigerant is being phased out. R-410A contains no chlorine, […]

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WHY YOU NEED A SURGE PROTECTOR FOR YOUR HVAC

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With your other expensive home electronics like TVs, stereos and computers, surge protection is necessary. You can use a point-of-use surge protector that plugs into a wall outlet. You have likely seen one of these products and your computer is probably plugged into this surge protector. With HVAC equipment it’s not quite as obvious. Your […]

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