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When your appliances, heating or air conditioning system need repair
or service in Phoenix and surrounding areas we are available 24
hours 7 days a week. We are local company operating for more than
20 years specializing in air
heating / furnace systems repairs, refrigerator
repairs, dryer repairs, washer
repairs, dishwasher repairs,
oven repairs, stove
repairs, disposal repairs.
We work on both electric and gas units doesn’t matter how
old are they.Whether you request a service be assure there will
be no extra charge for nights or weekends. Our service call is Free
with the repair with the most competitive prices and we are the
only Phoenix Air Conditioning, Heating and Appliance repair company
providing low price mach policy. All our
work is guaranteed for 1 year and all the replacement parts are
brand new with manufacture warranty. Our technicians are fully trained,
licensed and insured. Your satisfaction is our top priority and
we always make sure that your home, office or business is left clean
after our service. Make sure to check our helpful tips and informational
tips which will help you to save money and increase the live on
your appliance, air conditioner or heater. We are always available to repair your heating and air conditioning units and we also offer outstanding repair services for all major appliances. Call us today at our
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We repair all brands major appliances, air conditioning
systems and heating systems listed below:
O'Keefe and Merritt
And many more all the brands
We service the whole Phoenix and surrounding areas such
Sun City West
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Phoenix appliance repair Efficiency Tips
LOOK FOR THE ENERGY STAR LABEL WHEN REPLACING OLD APPLIANCES
'When you need a new appliance, look for the Energy Star label.
These high-efficiency appliances have a 30- to 90-percent improvement
in energy efficiency over those made in 1980. They cost more than
less-efficient models, but the long-term savings more than compensate.
For instance, an Energy Star refrigerator will pay for itself in
energy savings in just over three years and save you much more money
over its lifetime.
AIR CONDITIONING EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
RESIST SETTING THE AIR CONDITIONER THERMOSTAT LOWER THAN
USUAL TO COOL YOUR HOUSE QUICKLY If you adjust your air
conditioner thermostat to a higher temperature while you're out
of the house during the day, you may be tempted upon returning to
lower the thermostat setting to an uncomfortably cold temperature
in the hope of cooling your house more quickly. This tactic doesn't
work. Because an air conditioner cools at maximum output whenever
it is running, a colder initial setting does not cool your home
any faster. It's more likely to result in excessive cooling and
MATCH THE AIR CONDITIONER TO THE ROOM Choosing
an air conditioner of the correct capacity for a room assures that
you get the most from your energy dollar. Select a unit according
to the total area to be cooled.
Air-conditioning capacity, a form of refrigeration, is measured
either in British Thermal Units (BTUs) per hour or in tons.
HEATING EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
LET THE WINTER SUN SHINE IN On cold clear sunlight
streaming through a window can warm a room substantially, especially
on the southern exposure of, your house. The bigger and more numerous
the windows, the greater the effect. On cloudy days or when the
sun goes down, close the curtains or shades to retain the room's
heat. Passive, solar heating through.
ADD A REFLECTIVE SURFACE TO WALLS BEHIND RADIATORS
If your house has radiators or baseboard convectors fed by hot water
or steam, you can increase heating efficiency by taping sheets of
aluminum foil or foil-covered illustration board to the wall behind
each of them. The foil prevents heat from being absorbed by the
wall reflects it into the room. Don't use this technique with electric
baseboard heat; it pray create a shock hazard
REFRIGERATOR EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
KEEP YOUR REFRIGERATOR COOL When a refrigerator
is surrounded by warm air, its compressor must work overtime. A
decrease of 5°F in ambient air temperature can cut energy consumption
by 20 percent. To keep your refrigerator cool, allow about, 2 inches
of airspace between the appliance and nearby walls, and cabinets-,
doing so offers an escape, route for heat from the compressor and
condensing coils. Shield your refrigerator from direct sunlight,
and position it as far as practical from the oven, stove, dishwasher,
and heating vent. Do not, how-ever, place the refrigerator in an
unheated area. Lift temperatures below 55°F, the compressor
many not run long or often enough to keep the freezer cold
KEEP YOUR REFRIGERATOR FULL The mass of the contents
once they are cooled helps hold the temperature down.
DISHWASHER EFFICIENCY TIPS
To save energy, get a dishwasher booster heater and that
automatically heats hot water from the water heater to the temperature
required to clean dishes. It saves energy by letting you keep water
heater at lower settings. It's also your best bet if you leave in
an apartment. A dishwasher can't clean everything. If a pot has
burned-on or charred food, the only vary to get it clean is to wash
it by hand.
GETTING THE MOST FROM DISHWASHER DETERGENT
Are you wasting detergent? Experiment to see how much you really
need to get dishes clean. Try filling the dispenser only halfway
if you live in a soft-water area ('rid three-quarters in an area
with moderately hard water. Use u full dispenser only in a hard-water
OVEN EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
TRY BAKING WITHOUT PRE-HEATING THE OVEN doesn’t
waste money bringing the oven to cooking temperature before placing
food inside. Because many new ovens are well insulated, they heat
up so rapidly that they can bake—or broil—foods from
a. cold start. You w-won’t oven have to lengthen the cooking
DEFROST FOOD BEFORE COOKING IT you can lop 30 to
50 percent off the cost of cooking a. dish by starting with food
that has been defrosted in the refrigerator overnight or at room
temperature for several hours
STOVE EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
STEAM VEGETABLES INSTEAD OF BOILING THEM TO SAVE ENERGY
AND WATER Steaming cooks vegetables faster than boiling
them, and they retain more vitamins and minerals. Use only '/I CLIP
of water for fastest cooking time. A pressure cooker, which steams
food at temperatures exceeding 250°K cuts cooking time in half.
KEEP YOUR STOVE TOP REFLECTORS SHINY Heat from
stove-top burners radiates downward as well as upward. The purpose
of reflectors below the burners is to redirect heat toward the pan.
Keep reflectors clean and shin; they will reflect heat better and
cook food faster at less cost. An easy way to keep reflectors sparkling
is to cover them with aluminum foil, shiny side up. Then the foil
becomes stained, replace it.
WASHER EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
KEEPING YOUR WASHER PROPERLY CONNECTED
Always turn off the water and cold water valves when you finish
washing. The household members tend to forget this, put up a sign
to remind them.
The screen that fills the water gets clogged occasionally. On some
washers, just unscrew the hoses from the, faucets and take them
out. On others, unscrew the hoses from the washer and use a screwdriver
or long-nose pliers to take them out of the washer's inlet ports.
Scrub them with a toothbrush under a faucet
When replacing a washer's drain I lose, you'll find it easier to
put on the new hose if you replace the spring hose clamps with worm-drive
hose clamps. Just be careful not to over tighten the new clamp.
DRYER EASY EFFICIENCY SERVICE TIPS
Is a lint-clogged venting system keeping your clothes from drying
completely? Go outside and hold your hand under the vent hood while
the dryer is running. If it's venting properly, you should feel
a strong flow of air.
To prevent a lint buildup in your dryer's vent duct, clean it once
a year. Remove the duct and shake it out. If necessary, run a wadded
cloth through it. Be sure to reseal joints with fresh duct tape.
Outdoors, clean the damper and its hinge by inserting a length of
straightened coat hanger into the vent hood. Make sure that your
vent duct is straight. Dips and kinks collect water and lint, blocking
air flow. If the duct runs through an unheated area such as a crawl
space, cold can aggravate the problem.
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