Here are the best ways to save energy in your home this summer

With temperatures in Lake Havasu City easily climbing above 110 degrees (or more!) every June, July and August, cooling costs can be one of your biggest monthly household expenses. Luckily, there are lots of easy ways you can save energy this summer.

By following the tips in this blog, you can cut down on your bills and stay nice and cool at the same time. Take a look at these home energy-efficiency tips you can start implementing right away.

Pictured: Save energy this summer with our HVAC services.

When the weather is hot, every homeowner wants to know how they can save money through their HVAC system.

1. Use your thermostat efficiently

Many homeowners have no idea how they can get the most out of their thermostats to save energy in the summer.

For obvious reasons, the primary way to save is to set your thermostat to the highest comfortable temperature during the summer. Set the temperature higher during times you’re away from home. Don’t set your thermostat to a super-low temperature when you want to cool the house, as this doesn’t speed up cooling.

A programmable thermostat makes temperature management easy. Air Control Home Services can help you find the right programmable thermostat so you can save energy.

2. Upgrade to Energy Star cooling equipment

If your cooling unit is no longer working efficiently or is more than 10 years old, you should have your system evaluated by a qualified HVAC professional here at Air Control. One sure way to save energy this summer is to have our team install a new air conditioner or heat pump.

Energy Star units are designed for home energy-efficiency and can save you up to 20 percent on your home-cooling bill. It’s easy to find these units because they have an Energy Star label on them. Our professionals know how to advise you in choosing the best Trane unit for your home’s needs.

3. Use other home-cooling resources, like fans and blinds

Ceiling fans help circulate conditioned air more effectively. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, by using fans, you can raise your thermostat setting by 4 degrees without this increase affecting your comfort.

You can also help lower your energy costs and keep your home cooler by ensuring that window blinds and curtains are closed while you are away from home. This keeps out the sun’s hot rays.

Call Air Control for advice on how to save energy

Take action now before the summer sizzle sets in. Call Air Control for more advice and tips on energy-efficiency and boosting your home’s energy savings.

Here are the top-3 reasons to spend your tax refund on a new AC

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve got a nice tax refund check on its way. You could go crazy and squander it—or you could use it to make your life more enjoyable for months and years to come. How? By buying a new air conditioner.

Take a look at three top reasons why this spring is the right time to buy your new air conditioner.

Pictured: If you're expecting a tax refund this year, consider spending it on a new AC unit.With a new AC, you’ll be up-and-running fast

When do most people call to get a new air conditioner? You guessed it—when their old one finally gives up the ghost for good, which usually happens during the blazing heat of summer. You may have to wait several days to get the help you need.

Instead, use that tax return to get your air conditioning system replaced now, especially if you already know it’s about 15 years-old and starting to show signs of wear. Think how great it’ll feel in a few months to push the “Cool” button and know that refreshing, chilled air is seconds away.

It’s the smart thing to do for your wallet and the environment

When you install a new air conditioner, your bank accounts all smile with relief. It’s easy to spend as much on AC repairs to an older air conditioning system that’s outlived its expected life span as you’d spend on a new air conditioner—and your new air conditioner is going to lower your summertime energy bills, since—as a Trane—it was designed with the environment and energy conservation in mind.

In addition, an updated air conditioning system increases the value of your home, so it pays off not just in cooler air and lower expenses now, but in the future as well.

Spend your tax refund on an upgrade for your home and comfort

It’s easy to forget about how much you love your air conditioner during the winter when the weather is colder. Now that we’re in summer, you want the comfort that only a new, reliable air conditioner can provide. Keep your entire family happy all summer long by replacing that aging air conditioner now, before you need it, and while you have that unexpected tax refund ready for use.

At Air Control Home Services in Lake Havasu City, we’re ready to help you enjoy the comfort that only a new AC can bring. Contact us today to see how we can help you lower your expenses while increasing your sense of chill.

Here’s why a DIY AC tune-up is a bad idea

It’s AC tune-up season here in Lake Havasu City. Temperatures are rising, and if you haven’t had our team inspect your system yet, now’s the time. However, many homeowners—wanting to save money—are trying to do their own DIY AC tune-up. In this blog, we’ll review why that’s a bad idea.

There are some things you can do with your air conditioner or heat pump to confirm that it’s in working condition, both prior to and after your tune-up. However, for the most part, you’re going to want to skip any DIY AC tune-up work. We’ll explain why.

#1. You could damage your system

Even if you have a video guide to help you, there’s a strong chance that attempting a DIY AC tune-up can cause damage to your system.

After all, not doing things exactly right could cause issues that are exacerbated later in the summer, when it’s incredibly hot out here in Lake Havasu City.

In such instances, Air Control is there for you and your air conditioner with emergency AC repair. However, it’s better to avoid the repair altogether by just scheduling your AC tune-up with our team in the first place.

It’s best to leave your air conditioning tune-up to the experts.

#2. You could void your system warranty

Most new air conditioners, installed by a professional HVAC technician, come with a manufacturer’s warranty that protects the system from defects and other issues that can arise over the lifespan of the unit. However, these warranties typically have two clauses that homeowners should take note of:

  • Most clauses require you to schedule annual maintenance from a professional HVAC company
  • Most clauses are voided if the homeowner attempts a DIY AC tune-up.

This means that whatever money you’re saving by skipping the expert tune-up, you could end up paying later in your system’s life if something goes wrong. It’s not a great deal for you as a homeowner.

#3. You won’t get the best energy savings possible

As we’ve detailed in a prior post, a tune-up is the best way to save money during the hottest months of summer, when your air conditioner will be working the hardest. When done by a professional, a tune-up optimizes the unit so that it can deliver great cooling without burning any more energy than it needs to.

Even a thorough homeowner doing their own inspection and checkup may not be able to get their air conditioner to this efficient state. Plus, as detailed above, there’s a chance that something could go wrong and you could lower the efficiency of your system.

Call Air Control to schedule your professional tune-up

With a hot summer on the way here in Lake Havasu City, now’s the time to call Air Control and schedule your professional AC tune-up. Learn more about us and then call (928) 680-0600.

How AC systems work

Almost everyone in Lake Havasu City has an air conditioner. But, how exactly do air conditioners keep your home cool, even on the hottest days of summer? It’s not magic: it’s science, and in this blog, we’ll break down how AC systems work and keep your home cool.

Air Control Home Services installs advanced, new air conditioners from Trane and Daikin. Contact us to get a free in-home estimate on a new Trane.

How do air conditioners work?

Every air conditioner has four main components: a compressor, an evaporator, a condenser, and expansion controls. These four parts work in sequence to cool your home.

Your air conditioner uses refrigerants (read more about the R-22 phaseout) and some basic physics to operate. In the evaporator, that refrigerant is run through coils, with fans blowing your home’s air over them.

The refrigerant absorbs the heat of the air, going from a liquid to a hot vapor inside the coils. It then runs to the compressor, which “compresses” it under greater pressure, increasing the heat.

Finally, this gas enters the condenser, located outside your home. The heat from the gas is released into the outdoor air. As the gas cools, it state changes back into a liquid. The expansion controls regulate the movement and flow of this restored refrigerant back into the evaporator, starting the process over again.

Why do air conditioners dehumidify?

All air conditioners also remove humidity from the air as they cool it. When that evaporator coil absorbs heat, it also removes moisture from the air. Warm air is much better at holding moisture than cold air (which is partially why summers are more humid than winters).

Luckily, this is considered by many homeowners to be a feature, not a glitch. Humid air feels hotter on the skin, so an air conditioner simultaneously cooling and drying air is making you more comfortable in two different ways.

What makes refrigerant special?

R-22 and the newer R-410A are hydrochlorofluorocarbons. Basically, this subset of chemicals are able to very easily “phase transition” between being a liquid or a gas. This makes them incredibly useful for the purposes of air conditioning.

R-410A is becoming widely accepted as the industry standard in air conditioning refrigerant because it does not contribute to ozone layer depletion like R-22 does.

To learn more or to get a new air conditioner for your home, contact us!

Air Control is Lake Havasu City’s top name in cooling and heating. We’re proud to install new Trane and Daikin systems for our residential and commercial customers.

To get started on your free in-home estimate, contact us online or give us a call at (928) 680-0600.

What is R-22 refrigerant, and what does the R-22 phase-out mean for me?

R-22 refrigerant, the chemical that makes cooling your home possible, has been the refrigerant of choice for residential heat pump and air conditioning systems for more than four decades. Unfortunately for the environment, the release of R-22 (often from air conditioning system leaks) contributes to ozone depletion.

Because of this harmful effect, the government has changed the refrigerant standards for residential air conditioners, leading to the phase-out and elimination of R-22 refrigerant by 2020.

This regulation also requires air conditioning manufacturers to cease the shipment of R-22 refrigerant with any newly produced air conditioning systems. In other words: R-22’s days are numbered.

What does this mean for my air conditioner?

So, what do you do if you are a homeowner with an R-22 system? Here’s the facts of the matter: there is no requirement to stop using your system, nor is there a requirement to replace your existing equipment. New air conditioners will use a new, more environmentally friendly refrigerant, but your existing system is, in a word, “grandfathered” in.

There is one scenario in which this switchover could impact you, however: a refrigerant leak.

Refrigerant leaks and R-22 scarcity

Since the switch is being made from R-22 refrigerant to a better solution, less R-22 is being made. As we rapidly approach the end of the decade and the start of this regulation, R-22 is being phased out, introducing scarcity. After 2020 arrives, no new R-22 is being made at all: the remainder will be from recycled or reclaimed sources.

As such, remaining supplies are increasing in cost in accordance with supply-and-demand. In all likelihood, you’ll still be able to get R-22 in the next decade, but it could cost you. A lot.

Can I change out my R-22 refrigerant for a different type in my existing system?

Technically yes, but this is highly discouraged by manufacturers because it could damage your system. As such, using a different refrigerant in place of R-22 will void your manufacturer’s warranty.

There are alternative replacement refrigerants (drop-ins) available, but there is an ongoing concern about the compatibility and the impact to system reliability. Because of this, most HVAC technicians you talk to will want an R-22 system to continue using R-22.

What are my other options?

Another option is to replace the entire system with one that uses the more environmentally-friendly R410A. New systems are by far more energy-efficient and can significantly save on energy costs and sound pollution.

Because R410A is a completely different refrigerant, it cannot be mixed or used in an existing air conditioning system designed for R22. When a new R410A unit is installed, both the outdoor unit and indoor coil must be replaced.

The indoor air handler/furnace may not need to be replaced, but sometimes it is more cost-effective or necessary to replace both the indoor coil and air handler/furnace.

Get a personalized R-22 refrigerant recommendation

At Air Control, we always make recommendations for homeowners based on their specific situation. Every home, homeowner, and their family’s needs are very different.

That’s why we recommend you contact us with your R-22 questions so that we can give you a more detailed explanation and personalized advice.

Heat pump benefits: Why you should have us install one in your home

Heat pumps offer both heating and cooling at the touch of a button. These systems are considered perfect for the desert climate here in Lake Havasu City and Mohave County. Energy-efficient, consistent, and versatile, there are many heat pump benefits to consider if you’re in the market for a new cooling or heating system.

In this post, we’ll review what makes heat pumps different, and why you should call the professionals at Air Control Home Services for your in-home estimate on heat pump installation.

There are many heat pump benefits for your home.

5 heat pump benefits for your home

Here are five of the most significant heat pump benefits that will make you seriously consider replacing your old HVAC with one.

Heat pumps offer both cooling and heating for your home

Most people think that heat pumps only heat homes. After all, “heat” is in the name! However, the fact is that heat pumps can both heat and cool the home. During the summer, it functions like an air conditioner, expelling warm air from inside the house to the outside of the home, cooling the room. Heat pumps are every bit as effective as your standard air conditioner!

During cooler months, the heat pump is capable of warming the room. However, it does not heat up the room by converting electricity or gas into heat. Instead, the device is able to heat up the room by absorbing heat from the outside air, and then circulating the heated air throughout the room.

Heat pumps are very energy-efficient

These systems use far less energy than traditional HVAC systems. You can benefit from long-term cost savings by replacing both your heating and cooling systems with a single heat pump. They are a more energy-efficient alternative to oil and gas heating systems.

When the heat pumps are properly installed and regularly maintained by the professionals at Air Control, they can provide reasonably high efficiencies, close to 300 percent! Installing this system will result in greatly reduced utility bills and a significantly reduced the carbon footprint on the environment.

Heat pumps offer consistent heating and cooling

Heat pumps provide uniform heating and cooling inside the home. Unlike other systems, you will not experience uneven temperature inside the house. They create a more comfortable environment as compared to traditional HVAC systems.

Lower maintenance costs

Another great benefit of heat pumps is that they experience less wear-and-tear compared to combustion heating systems. When serviced regularly, heat pumps perform efficiently without any problems. As a result, you will be able to save a lot of cost and inconvenience in the long run.

Increased lifespan

Heat pumps generally last longer as compared to traditional furnaces and heating systems. The lifespan of a traditional heating system is about 12-15 years, while a heat pump typically lasts 15-20 years.

For heat pump installation, call Air Control

Do you reside in Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, or other parts of Mohave County, Arizona? If so, you should contact us for heat pump installation. We provide in-home estimates on new cooling and heating systems.

Learn whether a heat pump is right for your home by calling the pros at Air Control Home Services!

Your summer air conditioner maintenance checklist (and who to call)

Basic maintenance of the air conditioner is necessary during the summer season. This is important to ensure that the cooling device works without any problem. There is nothing more frustrating than an emergency breakdown of the air conditioner, especially in the middle of a particularly hot day. In order to ensure a trouble-free summer season, you should consider going through the checklist mentioned here regarding summer air conditioner maintenance. Check the Outdoor Unit You should inspect the outdoor unit and check the panels. The panel that covers electrical connections protects the system and also reduces the risk of an electric shock. Sometimes the panel becomes misaligned or blown away due to high wind. If this is the case, you should get a professional AC repair technician to resolve the issue. Operating the equipment when the panel is missing can be dangerous both for the system and you. Listen for Unwanted Noises If you hear strange noises coming from the air conditioners’ indoor or outdoor unit, this indicates a problem with the system. The noise can be due to simple reasons such as loose screws or it could be due to something serious. A professional technician will be able to correctly diagnose the source of the noise. Remove Coil Blankets, Covers and Lids In case you have placed coil blankets, covers, or lids during the winter season, you should remove them when starting the system. The covers protect and insulate the coil. However, they also prevent proper heat transfer inside the system. This can lead to a serious fault with the system. Most people forget to remove the covers during the summers resulting in major damage to the system. Often, it results in costly repairs or in worst case scenario a replacement of the entire unit. Look for Dripping Water Water drips if a pipe is leaking. In order to stop the leak, the pipe should be replaced. A malfunctioning pump can also result in water dripping problem. If this is the case, you should consult an experienced technician to resolve the issue. Get your System Inspected Getting your system inspected by a professional can help reduce the need for costly repairs. A service technician will thoroughly inspect the system and perform immediate repairs if required. This will ensure that small problems don't turn into a costly affair. An air conditioner technician will also inspect the drains, outdoor unit, and the indoor unit. The professional will inspect and replace the filter if required. Also, coils will be checked to ensure that they are no aberrances. Air conditioners are used a lot during the summers. By following simple maintenance tasks listed here, you can avoid major problems with the air conditioner. In case you reside in Mohave County, Lake Havasu, or Bullhead City in Arizona, you can contact Air Control Home Services to schedule an inspection of your air conditioner.

It is essential that you keep your air conditioner maintained through the warmest months of the year. By following this summer air conditioner maintenance checklist, you can help ensure a trouble-free summer for your air conditioner.

Our most important piece of advice: trust Air Control Home Services with your AC tune-up. Our professional and friendly technicians are experts who know how to tune up an air conditioner. If you’re not sure about something, call us.

1. Check the outdoor unit

You should inspect the outdoor unit and visually check the panels. The panel that covers electrical connections protects the system and also reduces the risk of an electric shock. Sometimes, the panel becomes misaligned or blown away due to high wind.

If this is the case, you should get one of our professional AC repair technicians to resolve the issue. Operating the equipment when the panel is missing can be dangerous both for the system and you.

2. Listen for strange noises coming from the system

If you hear strange noises coming from your air conditioner, this might indicate a problem with the system. The noise can be due to simple reasons, such as loose screws, or it could be due to something serious.

Either way, one of our professional technicians will be able to correctly diagnose the source of the noise. Call our team.

3. Look for dripping or standing water

Water drips if a pipe is leaking. In order to stop the leak, the pipe should be replaced. A malfunctioning pump can also result in water dripping problem. If this is the case, you should give us a call. Standing water can also be an issue, as it indicates that the system isn’t draining correctly. This is something we can look at for you.

4. Again: Have the team at Air Control inspect your system

Getting your system inspected by a professional can help reduce the need for costly repairs. A service technician will thoroughly inspect the system and perform immediate fixes if needed. This will ensure that small problems with your air conditioner don’t turn into a costly affair.

An air conditioner technician will also inspect the drains and unit. The professional will inspect and replace the filter if required. Also, coils will be checked to ensure that they are no aberrations.

Schedule your tune-up today.

To complete your summer air conditioner maintenance checklist, call us!

Air conditioners are used a lot during the summers. By following simple summer air conditioner maintenance tasks listed here, you can avoid major problems with your system. If you live in Mohave County, Lake Havasu City, or Bullhead City, call us at Air Control Home Services to schedule an inspection of your air conditioner.

Why you should schedule your summer AC tune-up

Summer AC Tune-Up BenefitsHere’s the bottom-line: Air conditioners need to be tuned up regularly. Regular maintenance of an air conditioner will prevent a host of problems.

Unfortunately, most people tend to think of the cooling device only in case of a breakdown. Since the air conditioner unit sits out of sight, most people forget to maintain the unit. This increases the risk of emergency breakdowns and costly repairs.

In this blog post, we’re going to run through some of the benefits of an AC tune-up performed before or during the summer months.

Benefits of a summer AC tune-up

You need to be proactive and schedule regular maintenance. It’s especially recommended that you get the air conditioner tuned-up at the start of the summer season. Preventive maintenance during the season can pay you dividends in many ways. Here are three main reasons why you should consider getting the system tuned up this summer:

#1. Improved air conditioner energy-efficiency

It goes without saying, but your air conditioner is a mechanical device. As such, it undergoes wear-and-tear over time. While a summer AC tune-up can’t prevent normal wear-and-tear, it can greatly reduce the rate of deterioration. Here’s how.

During a tune-up, our experienced technicians will thoroughly check the device to ensure that everything is in good, working condition. In case any fault is detected, we’ll address the issue—before it turns into a major problem that could lead to further wear-and-tear and reduced energy-efficiency.

A summer AC tune-up is likely to result in improved air conditioner efficiency and reduced energy bills.

#2. Reduced risk of an emergency breakdown

Another reason why you should schedule an annual air conditioner tune-up is that they can reduce your risk of experiencing an emergency breakdown.

There is nothing more frustrating than a system breakdown right in the middle of a heat wave. By scheduling an air conditioner tune-up at the start of the summer, your’ll have the peace of mind of knowing that your system was looked at prior to the most challenging part of the year.

During a tune-up, our technician will perform all the required maintenance that will ensure that the system keeps on working efficiently without any problem.

#3. Helps prevent costly repairs from being needed

Scheduling air conditioner maintenance this summer will ensure that costly issues do not develop with the system. The better an air conditioner is properly maintained, the less likely it is to develop a major fault.

An experienced technician will detect minor faults that can end up becoming major problems down the road. We’ll perform the fixes instantly, thereby preventing costly repairs. In this way, you are less likely to face unexpected costs that can wreak havoc on your finances.

Schedule a summer AC tune-up and see the benefits for yourself

Scheduling a tune-up from a professional technician from Air Control Home Services will help you save a lot in terms of costs and frustration in the long run. During an air conditioner tune-up, a technician will check the system, clean coils and filters, drain condensate line, replace damaged components, lubricate moving parts, check the ductwork, inspect system wiring, and look at pressure and fluid levels.

Contact us at Air Control Home Services to schedule your air conditioner tune-up this summer.

Signs that your air conditioner needs a new air condenser installed

Air Condenser Replacement The air conditioner is made up of several different parts. The air condenser is one of the most important parts of the air conditioner, as it plays a vital role in heat transfer that results in the generation of cool air.

In case a fault develops with the condenser unit, you can either have it fixed or replaced. Some of the issues will require minor repairs, while major faults will require installing a new air conditioner.

In this blog post, we’ll run through some of the signs that your air conditioner needs a air condenser installed. For more information and to schedule AC service, contact the trusted team at Air Control Home Services.

When to replace the air condenser unit

Some of the problems that can occur with the condenser unit include a burnt motor, fault in the control board, a faulty run capacitor, a defective condenser relay switch, leakage, damaged coils, and blockage.

Not all faults with the air conditioner condenser unit will require replacement of the unit. A replacement of the unit is recommended only in case it develops the following two issues:

1. Leakage

A leak may seem like a minor issue. However, it is a major fault. If your condenser develops a leak, it must be replaced by a professional technician. The reason for this is that the seals and tubes that prevent the leaks can’t be repaired or replaced.

Leaks occur within the damaged seals and tubes. They are the common reason for condenser breakdown. The tube can get punctured, ruptured, or turn brittle. Similarly, seals wear down over time. Although these components can also get damaged due to an impact, mainly they get damaged over time due to normal wear-and-tear.

2. Blockage

A blockage is another critical fault with the air condenser unit. Debris and dust particles can build up inside the unit and ultimately lead to blockage. Moreover, metal particles of the unit can also breakdown resulting in a blockage.

Blockage can occur due to normal wear-and-tear. Also, if the unit is not maintained properly, it can accelerate the process of blockage. If the blockage occurs, it’s a sign that you have to replace the air condenser. Furthermore, you may also have to replace some other expensive parts such as the compressor.

If this is the case, you should strongly consider buying a new air conditioner.

Have Air Control inspect your air condenser

The air condenser is an important component of the air conditioner. The above two conditions are clear signs that the unit needs to be replaced. Other minor faults can be easily repaired by a professional technician. If you want to get the help of an experienced technician in Mohave County, Lake Havasu, or Bullhead City in Arizona, Air Control Home Services. We have been serving the area with complete professionalism and honesty for decades.

Why it’s important to schedule AC maintenance before summer

Schedule AC maintenanceHaving the air conditioner break down can be extremely frustrating, particularity right in the middle of a hot summer day. However, this situation can be easily avoided if you schedule AC maintenance before summer starts.

Regular checkup and maintenance of the air conditioner can reduce the likelihood of the air conditioner breaking down when you need it the most.

Routine maintenance of the air conditioner includes basic checkup to repair of critical components. Even if you don’t suspect any problems with the air conditioner, you should have it checked by a professional AC repair technician.

Experts suggest that you should have the cooling device serviced, checked, and cleaned at least once a year, ideally during the spring season. This will help prevent hosts problems with the air conditioner some of which we will discuss in this article.

1. Ensure efficient cooling

Regular maintenance of the air conditioner will ensure that it works efficiently in cooling the room. During a routine inspection, the technician will check everything that can compromise the cooling efficiency of the air conditioner.

In case any problem is found, the technician will perform the necessary repairs so that you can enjoy perfectly cooled rooms during the summers.

2. Fewer costly repairs

Keep in mind that the air conditioner is a mechanical device that undergoes wear and tear. A technician makes a thorough inspection of the air conditioner during routine inspection to detect minor faults that if not addressed could turn into major expenses.

Routine inspection is a precautionary measure that reduces the need for frequent repairs of the air conditioner. The cost you pay for the regular maintenance will be well worth it in the end as you can avoid financial distress due to a costly repair.

3. Increased energy efficiency

Regular inspection and service of the air conditioner will also ensure that the cooling device works efficiently without drawing extra power. A poorly maintained air conditioner draws extra power during operation. This jacks up the energy bill.

Also, an air conditioner that draws extra power means that it is straining to cool the rooms. This will result in accelerated wear and tear and hence in costly repairs.

4.  Improved quality of air

Another great benefit of regular inspection of the air conditioner is that it ensures a high-quality air inside the room. A properly maintained air conditioner will not circulate dust, dirt, or mold inside the room.

These allergens can create health problems including breathing problems. To ensure high-quality indoor air, it’s vital that you have it regularly maintained by a professional.

5. Increased equipment life

If you schedule AC maintenance regularly, it will increase the chances that your air conditioner continues to operate well beyond the normal lifespan. Lack of maintenance at a regular interval will degrade the performance of the air conditioner and accelerate wear and tear.

This will ultimately lead to premature breakdown of the air conditioner. Regular inspection and service will ensure optimal life of the air conditioner due to which you will save money over time.

Schedule AC maintenance with Air Control Home Services

The benefits of regular air conditioner maintenance cannot be emphasized enough. If you want to get in touch with expert AC technicians in Lake Havasu, Mohave County, or Bullhead City in Arizona, you should contact Air Control Home Services.