Air Conditioning Units

AC System Sales & Installation in Phoenix metro.  


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Since 1982, Stevens Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning has been helping keep homes in Phoenix, and the Phoenix metro area, cool and comfortable during even the hottest months of summer.  Over 30 years professional air conditioner installation means we really are experts!

The highest quality air conditioning systems.  The air conditioning units we sell and install are top quality and work efficiently and effectively to keep your home at a cool, even temperature, while at the same time keeping your energy costs down.

Need a new Air Conditioner?  Questions about size, seer rating or BTU?  About “going green” and the new refrigerant standards?  Give us a call!

Questions about replacement of your air conditioner?

Need a price quote on a new air conditioning unit?

Give us a call!   An experienced AC technician is always available during business hours to answer your questions.

Stevens Plumbing,
Heating & Air Conditioning
602-273-7473

 

AIR CONDITIONERS – COMPLETE HVAC SERVICES:
 

AIR HANDLERS
MINI SPLITS
COMPRESSORS
SMALL AIR CONDITIONERS
CONDENSORS
HEAT PUMPS
PACKAGE SYSTEMS
GAS FURNACES
ELECTRIC FURNACES
SPLIT SYSTEMS
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONERS

COMFORTMAKER
CARRIER
TRANE
AMERICAN STANDARD
GOETTL
GOODMAN
RHEEM
AMANA
YORK
HEIL
ARCO AIR

 

The BTU (British Thermal Unit) rating of an AC unit indicates its capacity. Standard capacity can range from 18,000 units to 60,000 units. While there are general rules guiding sizing of residential air conditioning units, based on the size of the home, the capacity required to cool your home adequately will also depend on factors such as the layout of the rooms, thickness of outer walls and insulation ratings.

The SEER rating of the unit will influence its efficiency – in other words, how much energy will be consumed in operating the A/C. A more efficient unit (higher SEER rating) will have a lower energy consumption and, therefore, cost less to operate. But capacity, efficiency and energy costs all have to be weighed against the purchase cost of the unit. A higher capacity and/or higher SEER unit will cost more initially. Depending on how long you plan to remain in your home, you may find the initial cost well worth the investment. And, be sure to look into the possibility of energy provider rebates and/or tax incentives when making your decision.

Finally, ask your technician about the new refrigerant: R410A. With more and more consumers looking to “Go Green”, and stricter standards being enforced by the EPA, air conditioning manufacturers are replacing the standard R22 refrigerant which has been used for many years, with the more eco-friendly R410A. In fact, beginning in 2010, R22 systems are no longer being manufactured, and R22 production will be limited. If you have an older unit you may want to consider upgrading before you find your air conditioner can no longer be serviced.

Stevens Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning
602-273-7473