In the event that your heating unit stops working, our team is capable of repairing it and restoring it to its normal functioning. Our technicians possess expertise in fixing furnaces, whether it be addressing minor problems with the fan or undertaking significant repairs that involve overhauling the entire system. Our emergency service, which operates round the clock, is readily accessible to assist you in getting your system operational again even during non-business hours.
Family Air is able to offer personalized inspections and maintenance for heating units as well. These services include thoroughly examining your furnace system and making any necessary modifications in order to prevent future expensive repairs and increase the longevity of your unit. Properly cared-for units have the potential to endure for many years, offering you an excellent return on your invested funds. Additionally, they can decrease your energy expenses and enhance the quality of air inside your home.
Family Air also provides a service for installing new furnaces. You may need a new unit if your current one is no longer functioning or if you do not have one but require something to keep you warm during the winter. Our team is able to install furnaces from any brand and offers a range of models, such as ductless mini-splits and central air systems. We can assist you with financing options for new installations and help you obtain any rebates that you qualify for.
Our cost-effective and convenient furnace maintenance packages save you valuable time and unnecessary inconvenience by addressing any issues with your heating system before they become major problems. Included in these plans are tune-ups, discounts on repairs, and priority service, ensuring that you can enjoy comfortable indoor temperatures regardless of the day or season. This offers you the utmost reassurance and tranquility.
A heat pump is a highly efficient and effective option for conventional heating and cooling systems. It serves as a substitute for both your furnace and air conditioner, combining them into a single unit. Having a heat pump is a solid alternative to a traditional furnace as it not only heats your home in the winter but can supplement your air conditioner during warmer months.
In the summer season, a heat pump operates similarly to an air conditioner by eliminating heat from the interior of your house and moving it outside. During winter, the heat pump changes this procedure. It takes out heat from the external air and transfers it indoors. As our winters in Tucson are usually mild, a heat pump can effectively warm your home throughout winter.