Top Quality Air Conditioning Installation Services in Glendale, Arizona
American Home Water and Air is proud to be the leading provider of air conditioning installation in Glendale, AZ!
Contact us to receive a quote and find the right air conditioner for your needs!
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About Our Air Conditioning Installation in Glendale, AZ
At American Home Water and Air, we carry and install high-quality units from Trane. Need financing? We’ve got you covered! Contact us to apply for 0% financing from Greensky and see which special promotions you qualify for.
The American Home Water and Air Glendale AC Installation Process
1. Book your free in-home consultation in Glendale
During your appointment, a technician will help you find the right air conditioner based on your needs and budget.
Note: We are currently following ALL state and federal guidelines regarding COVID-19. All employees are monitored for symptoms daily and must wear personal protective equipment at all times on house calls.
2. Schedule your installation appointment
When you’re ready to proceed, we’ll schedule your installation appointment. Most air conditioners are ready to be installed in your Glendale home within as little as 24 hours.
3. We'll install your air conditioner on-schedule
On the date of your installation, a technician will call you when they’re nearby. Due to COVID-19, our technicians have been instructed to do as much prep work outside of your home as possible before entering for the final installation.
4. Have any feedback? We'd love to hear it!
We strive to deliver outstanding service. If you have feedback – whether it be good or areas you feel we could improve – we’d love to hear it. Our willingness to listen to customers has been crucial in our growth over the past 35 years.
Signs You Need New Air Conditioning Installation in Glendale, AZ
Not sure whether it’s time for a new air conditioner? Here are some signs.
1. Your electricity bills have risen dramatically
As your air conditioner ages, you’ll notice it becomes increasingly inefficient. Past the 10-year mark, you’ll generally save money on your electricity bill by upgrading to a newer air conditioner.
2. Your air conditioner requires frequent repairs
If your air conditioner requires extensive non-warranty repairs more than twice annually, it’s likely time for a new one. The increased efficiency plus less-frequent servicing will offset replacement costs relatively quickly.
3. Your air conditioner's airflow is limited
There are many reasons your air conditioner may not be blowing enough cool air. Some of these signal serious issues that spell the end of the road for your air conditioner. If you’re tried the obvious solutions (i.e. replacing air filters and other minor parts) to no avail, contact American Home Water and Air regarding a new air conditioner.