HVAC & Water Treatment Services In Chandler, AZ | American Home Water & Air
At American Home Water and Air, we’re committed to providing the best Chandler HVAC and water system services.
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“Small” issues can quickly spiral out of control, necessitating costly and inconvenient repairs. Trust American Home Water and Air to help you nip these issues in the bud.
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Looking to have a new system installed or maintain your existing one? Give us a call at 602-993-0083 or our Spanish line: 602-339-0784.
The President is our #1 selling water softener, and for good reason. It comes with a state-of-the-art microprocessor that makes adjusting your regeneration settings a breeze.
Water heaters are an essential home fixture. Whether you’re looking for a new unit or having issues with your existing one, we’ve got you covered with products like Bradford White water heaters.
Our 40-point air conditioner check up has made us one of the most trusted HVAC contractors in Chandler, AZ.
At American Home Water and Air, we offer both four and five-stage systems to remove up to 99% of contaminants from your water.
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Things to do in Chandler, AZ
Annual Ostrich Festival
Chandler hosts the Ostrich Festival every year. During this quirky event, you can enjoy ostrich races, gourmet food, and interactive exhibits.
Wild Horse Pass Boulevard
Wild Horse Pass is a stunning resort property located in Chandler, AZ. On it, you’ll enjoy motorsports, live entertainment, and (as its name would suggest) an equestrian center.
Veterans Oasis Park
Veterans Oasis Park in Chandler, AZ offers a breathtaking escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The 113-acre property hosts lots of picnic areas and wildlife for you to enjoy with the whole family!
Desert Breeze Railroad
If you’re looking for some vintage fun with the kids, the Desert Breeze Railroad is worth checking out. It features a whimsical vintage train ride that chugs around a three-quarter-mile pond and play area. Speaking of which, be sure to enjoy the scenery once you’re done with the ride!
Arizona Railway Museum
Looking for another locomotive-themed activity? The Arizona Railway Museum showcases relics that tell that story of how America was joined by rails in centuries past.
Chandler, AZ History
For years, people assumed that Chandler was founded on May 17, 1912. In 2012 — a full 100 years later — locals realized that Chandler was actually founded on May 16, 1912.
The error came about because of a misprint in the Chandler Arizonan. So that’s why the celebratory dates changed if you’ve been wondering!