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Why Ducts matter.

Precision Air & Plumbing April 11, 2017

Why Ducts matter. Maybe it’s just one room.  Maybe it’s more.  However, if you’re like most people you probably have one or two rooms in your home that are unusually warm no matter how low you set your thermostat.   In more extreme cases, it might even be half of your home.   This is a common […]

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Phoenix, AZ Same Day Air Conditioning

Precision Air & Plumbing March 30, 2017

In the summer months Arizona experiences extremely high, unsafe temperatures.  We know that our customers here in the valley are battling this reality every day.  With temperatures reaching 110 and above, day in and day out, it can be a critical emergency when the air conditioning in your home goes out.   Keeping your air conditioning […]

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Phoenix, Arizona AC Financing Options

Precision Air & Plumbing March 25, 2017

Replacing that old worn out inefficient AC unit has never been easier. Precision Air and Plumbing makes it worry free with great financing options. A new Heating and Air Conditioning system may be one of the largest and most important investments you’ll ever make for your home. But unlike other home improvements, this investment can […]

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Attic heating up the rest of the house

Precision Air & Plumbing March 23, 2017

Attic heat plays a key role in the temperature of your home during the summer. Without adequate insulation and ventilation, heat inside your attic can cause your air conditioner to work harder and increase your energy bill. Addressing insulation and ventilation issues in your attic is a cost effective way to keep your home a […]

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New High Energy Efficient A/C Units

Precision Air & Plumbing March 20, 2017

Energy Efficiency A/C Checkup, Did you know that 90% of air conditioners exhibit some sort of energy-wasting problem? Avoid over-cooling. Unfortunately, many buildings are far colder than necessary. For most people, 78°F. degrees is perfectly comfortable. Yet many homes and businesses crank the temperature down as far as 65°. You can save a lot of money […]

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