Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions HVAC FAQs

Which Areas Does Cool Breeze Service?

Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions is based in Tucson, AZ but serves Pima County, Cochise County, Graham County, Pinal County, Gila County and Santa Cruz County, including such cities as Bisbee, White Mountain Region, Oro Valley, Payson, Show Low, Sierra Vista, Tombstone and Willcox. We’ve been providing air conditioning, heating, air quality, plumbing and water filtration services to Southern Arizona for more than 10 years.

What Sets Cool Breeze Apart from Other HVAC companies?

Cool Breeze’s mission is to install, repair or maintain an air conditioning or heating system at a fair but competitive price, and we offer senior and military discounts. We have the tools to get the job done right the first time. A locally owned and operated company, Cool Breeze sets out to supply its customers with the most efficient and “green” products available, helping to save the planet and save our customers money on their utility bills. At Cool Breeze, our values reject mediocrity. “Good enough” is never enough.

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Air Conditioning FAQs

What Are the Different Types of Air Conditioners?

Most homeowners have one of the following four main types of air conditioning systems: ductless splits, split systems (outdoor and indoor unit), packaged air conditioners and large central air conditioning unit.

How Long Should a Residential Air Conditioning System Last?

Most new air conditioning systems should last for at least 10 years. You can get as many as 15 years out of the unit if you keep up with recommended cleaning and maintenance intervals.

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Heating FAQs

What Kind of Heating System Should I Install in My Home?

If you’re ready to overhaul your entire HVAC system, a heat pump may be your best option, since the unit generally works with central air conditioning systems. A gas furnace is also a viable option, but it all depends on your home’s setup. We recommend having a professional take a look at your home and make recommendations based on the house’s layout and your family’s needs.

What’s the Difference Between an 80% AFUE Furnace and a 90+% AFUE Furnace?

The higher the AFUE rating on a furnace, the more efficient the unit converts fuel into heat. A furnace with an AFUE of 90% or higher will help you save on heating costs as compared to an 80% AFUE model. The 90% or higher furnaces, of course, are going to cost more for purchase and installation.

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Indoor Air Quality FAQs

What Factors Does the Term ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Take into Consideration?

“Indoor Air Quality,” or IAQ, refers the air inside of a building. The term concerns the allergens, viruses, gases and other particulates in the air at a given time. A heating and air conditioning technician also considers several other factors when assessing a home’s indoor air quality, including temperature, humidity and air movement. Poor air quality can aggravate allergies and even more serious health issues.

How Often Should I Change My Air Filter?

Air filters differ widely by brand and model, but it’s generally best to change the filter at least every 90 days. In certain areas of Arizona and during the hotter months, however, you air filter is going to be hard-pressed to make it 90 days. If you have pets, you’re also going to want to change it more frequently.

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