Phoenix and Tucson, AZ area authorized dealers for Lennox, Rheem, and Carrier heating systems.
There’s no such thing as one-size fits all
- You get options to fit your budget
- You will see lower energy bills
- You’ll have cleaner, less dry air
- Done in one day
- We’ll never try to sell you anything you don’t need. Ever.
- We check, double-check, triple-check, quadruple-check, and fivetuple-check to make sure it’s right.
We believe in options. There’s more than one way to skin a cat (but really, you shouldn’t ever do that). When our Alaskan pro checks your home, you’ll get a range of options from “that will work just fine” all the way up to “toasty warm and fit for a King.” The Alaskan Way is to help you make the right choice for you…not the one that we “want” to sell you.
Lower your energy bills by 30%. We’ll help you save money on your new heating system for sure. But your savings keep adding up every time your utility bill arrives. We perform a complete load-test of your home to get you the system that will keep you comfortable and perform efficiently. We think you’ll be impressed by how little you send to the utility company.
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Comfort beyond staying warm. Even a space heater can warm your room…but to really be comfortable Alaskan AC regulates the moisture in the air, cleans the allergens, and makes sure all that glorious-warmness stays in your home. That makes your system work even more efficiently and saves you money (do you see a theme?).
The One Day Install. Don’t let anyone tell you a heating system can’t be installed in one day. We believe if it can’t be done in one day, it’s a poorly planned install. We do our homework, make checklists, and get obsessively organized before we ever show up at your house. Our goal is to make this as easy as possible for you.
Only what you need. Nothing more. There’s one sure way to become an ex-Alaskan. Sell our customers something they don’t need.
The BIG install audit. We check to make sure all the proper building codes are followed. Then we check to make sure the installer did the job right. Then we make sure the person checking the installer checked it right. We’ll even check that checker who checked the first checker. You get the idea. We don’t like mistakes.