Professional HVAC and Water Filtration Services in Scottsdale, AZ
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Looking to install a new unit or have an existing one serviced? We’d love to lend a hand. Contact us at 602-993-0083 or our Spanish line at 602-339-0784.
Our goal is to provide all Scottsdale residents with clean and safe drinking water. That’s why we provide installation and maintenance of water filtration in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Has your water heater been acting up lately? Are you due for a new one? At American Home Water and Air, we carry and install the top brands.
No one has you covered for air conditioning service in Scottsdale, AZ like we do. Thousands of Scottsdale residents have trusted American Home Water and Air’s expertise throughout our 30+ year history.
At American Home Water and Air, we offer two tried and true water softeners: The Patriot and The President.
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Things to do in Scottsdale, AZ
Camelback Mountain is one of Scottsdale’s defining geographical features. If you’re looking for a great hiking experience, head to the Echo Canyon and Cholla Trails. Once you conquer the mountain, you’ll enjoy a stunning view of the region.
Papago Park is another fun hiking destination in Scottsdale. It also features a zoo, several meeting centers, and a large cavernous formation that offers a remarkable view of sunsets over the Scottsdale skyline.
Taliesin West is the former home of Frank Lloyd Wright, famed American architect and author. Befitting of Wright’s acclaim as an architect, the residence is marvelously-designed. Visitors can enjoy tours and book the venue for private events.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is the place to be if you’re a design enthusiast. Be sure to stop by during the Scottsdale Arts Festival, which has been happening every year since 1970.
After visiting the Salt River Valley in 1888, U.S. Army Chaplain Winfield Scott decided to purchase a 640-acre plot for farming. With that, the city’s development began. That plot of land now lies somewhere near the center of downtown Scottsdale.
People have been living on the land that Scottsdale occupies for centuries. It’s believed that the Hohokam people inhabited the region from 300 BC to 1450 AD. They developed a series of complex canals that are still in place today.