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3 Cool Innovations in the World of Air Conditioning

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Air Conditioning Repair in Phoenix AZ from Sunrise Mechanical Inc

Going with the Flow of Air Conditioning Advancements By now, most homeowners are aware of advancements in energy efficiency, ductless […]

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 […]

Warranties and maintenance – Sunrise Mechanical Inc.

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Air Conditioning Repair in Phoenix AZ from Sunrise Mechanical Inc

To all of Sunrise Mechanical’s existing, new, or potential customers, we are going to be covering the importance of maintaining […]

Clever Ways To Keep Your Phoenix Home Cool

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Start From the Outside and Work In Despite pummeling your house with oppressive heat most of the year, nature is […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

WHY YOU NEED A SURGE PROTECTOR FOR YOUR HVAC

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Power Cord

With your other expensive home electronics like TVs, stereos and computers, surge protection is necessary. You can use a point-of-use […]

SUNRISE FAMILY PLAN: FALL & SPRING

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Sunrise Mechanical - The Family Plan

We think it’s best to practice preventive maintenance now, in the fall and also in the spring (twice a year) […]

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