Air Conditioning and AC Services
Your central air conditioning system is made up of four main components including an air handler, an evaporator coil, a condensing coil, and air ducts which deliver the air to individual rooms throughout your home. All of the components of your air conditioning system need to be carefully matched together during the original installation. A mismatched system will operate poorly, and in some cases will not operate at all.
Heating Services and Repairs
A good rule of thumb is that your heating system will last about 15-20 years. Once it hits that age you should consider replacing it, even though it might still run and blow cold air. Installing a new high efficiency system could cut your gas bill up to 60% when compared to the cost of running your old system. With a savings like that, along with all the federal tax credits, and factory and utility rebates that are offered frequently, it simply doesn’t make sense to keep using it.
Indoor Air Quality
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has ranked indoor air pollution as a high priority public health risk, and the World Health Organization and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute concluded that preventing exposure to environmental allergens and irritants may help prevent asthma and related breathing disorders. Fortunately, Intelligent Design Air Conditioning and Heating offers indoor air quality solutions that can significantly reduce the level of pollution in your home.
Whole Home Energy Audits
Intelligent Design Air Conditioning and Heating’s Comprehensive 26 Pt. Home Assessment Report pinpoints sources of high energy consumption and health and comfort issues such as air leaks, insufficient insulation, moisture, defective ducts, gas leaks, ventilation, and inefficient lighting and appliances.
When the long, hot Arizona summer finally rolls around, most homeowners find themselves relying on their AC to keep comfortable. Unfortunately, that comfort comes at a price. If you run your AC for hours every day, then you may find yourself facing high utility bills at the end of the month. But what if there were an energy-efficient solution to this annual issue? With solar-powered HVAC, that solution is now within your grasp. Instead of watching your energy use skyrocket every summer, you can use solar power to keep your building cool.