Air and Water Factor Cooling, Heating and Plumbing Service Areas

Air and Water Factor Cooling, Heating and Plumbing Service Areas Providing the  finest in HVAC installation, repair and maintenance, the Air and Water Factor Cooling, Heating and Plumbing Service Areas are: Mesa, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills,Paradise Valley, Read more…

Top Benefits Of Having Your AC Unit Regularly Maintained

Top Benefits Of Having Your AC Unit Regularly Maintained Summer is approaching, and it’s time for Phoenix residents to prepare to keep their families cool. Here’s where our professional team at Air & Water Factor can help! Has your AC Read more…

What is the Cost of Waiting to Replace My Air Conditioner?

If you have an aging air conditioning system that still works, you are probably wondering about the optimal time to replace. Do you wait until it fails or do you proactively replace. To answer these questions you really need to Read more…

Summer air conditioning tips of 2016

Summer air conditioning tips for 2016 At Air and Water Factor, we know a lot about the heat of the Arizona summer and what your air conditioning needs to keep you COOL! Here are some COOL summer air conditioning tips Read more…

Carrier vs. Day & Night

Carrier vs. Day & Night air conditioning systems Carrier vs. Day & Night ?? Here are five things you need to know when purchasing a Carrier, or Day & Night air conditioning system. 1. Your house is UNIQUE!!! Brands like Carrier Read more…

Trane or Lennox: 5 things you need to consider when choosing an AC system.

“Trane or Lennox???”  At Air & Water Factor Cooling, we get many questions about choosing one ac brand over another. Here are five things you need to know when purchasing a Trane or Lennox air conditioning system. 1. Your house Read more…

Trane vs. Carrier : 5 Things to Know About AC Systems.

At Air & Water Factor Cooling, we get many questions about choosing one ac brand over another. Here are five things you need to know when purchasing a Trane or Carrier air conditioning system. 1. Your house is UNIQUE!!! Brands Read more…

Why do I have rust on my wall?

Many folks in Arizona have big ugly rust streaks on the exterior wall of there homes. The question is…Why? Well usually this is caused by a clogged drain line. If the indoor section of your air conditioner is in the Read more…

Why does my air conditioner blow cold air in Phoenix during the winter?

We have many customers in Phoenix, Chandler, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, and Mesa that call during the winter because their Air Conditioning / Heat Pump unit or system blows cold air when the need warm air. We also get calls from folks Read more…

Air Conditioning in Phoenix

Air Conditioning in Phoenix Many of our customers looking for new air conditioning in Phoenix, Ahwatukee, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert and Scottsdale, become very concerned with the brand or the manufacturer. At Air and Water Factor Cooling Heating and Plumbing, we Read more…

Water Heaters, Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale & Ahwatukee

Many of our customers do not know that we can replace the water heater in your home. How do I know if I need to replace my water heater? If your water heater has visible rust on the jacket, you Read more…

Air Conditioner Coil Cleaning In the Phoenix Area

If your AC system is this dirty you may need to replace the entire system. Would you put your nose up to this? That is effectively what you are doing if your are breathing air that was cooled by this Read more…

4 Steps to Hiring an AC Repair Company in Mesa

Hiring An AC Repair Company In Mesa Can Be Stress Free Step #1 – Google Is Your Friend The Internet has made life so easy for people these days – so finding a quality AC Repair Company in Mesa should be Read more…

What Should I Expect To Get With An AC Tune Up In Mesa?

An important part of keeping an expensive appliance running smooth for years is to get involved with a routine maintenance program. When you’re talking about air conditioning systems, the best way to ensure you have cool air when you need Read more…