Welcome to Arizona A/C Man, proudly serving the entire Phoenix Metropolitan area. With over 54 combined years experience in heating, ventilation and air conditioning service, maintenance, repair, installation and sales, you can count on Arizona A/C Man for high quality service and affordable rates.
Find more information about the advantages of our energy-efficient HVAC systems. We are here to serve you! Financing available on new equipment!
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For many years, owner Brett Seaman has been credited with providing first-rate HVAC service in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Our product range is continuously growing to meet today's ever-changing demands, continuously adopting the latest energy efficient technology. We offer both installation and service for air conditioning and heating systems. Quality maintenance is important to extend the life and performance of your heating and AC units.
Brett is proactive in providing excellent service and clear communication. Finding a solid A/C company is hard and trusting those companies is even harder. Brett was honest, forthright, expedient, and reasonably priced. He takes your concerns seriously and communicates clearly. He is my number one choice for an A/C repair man. I recommend Brett without reservation.
Service call/diagnostic fee WAIVED a $79.95 Value!
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We have over 50 years combined experience in the heating and cooling trade all right here in the valley of the sun.. If you are having problems with your heating
and/or cooling system or would just like to have it serviced, please give us a call at 480-584-7133 for honest service and an honest evaluation of your current system and any problem
you may be having with it.
Combined Heating/Cooling Checkup only $39.95
Heating/Cooling checkups only $29.95
Winterize Swamp Cooler $49.95
Swamp Cooler Summer Start Ups starting at $59.95 which includes:
1) Drain, clean and fill pan.
2) Check and adjust belt.
3) Check and oil motor.
4) Check water pump and clean machine, if equipped.
5) Check and clean pump baskets.
6) Check pads. (Replacing pads not included).
7) Check and adjust float valve.
Note the position of the unit and the direction of the elbow and how it was installed on this home.
With this job, the old units supply and return air flow were on opposite sides of the new equipment being manufactured today which means we had to have a full reverse transition made which would allow the airflow to enter the duct work the same way it did with the old unit in order to keep costs down and the airflow is great.
Because of the exposed duct work coming off the existing elbow and the landlord being limited on how much he wanted to invest we had to accomodate this install by using a full reverse transition.