George Brazil installs the best heat pump AC brands, backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. All of our techs are highly trained to provide you with the highest quality of service. But, if for some reason you’re not completely satisfied with your heat pump installation, let us know, and we’ll do everything we can to make it right.
A heat pump's SEER (cooling efficiency) and HSPF (heating efficiency) ratings tell you how efficient the heat pump is. A unit with a higher efficiency rating will help lower your monthly electric bills, but it also may have a higher upfront cost.
Every home needs a different size heat pump. Bigger units are more expensive; smaller, less expensive. Our technicians will find the size that fits your cooling and heating needs like a glove.
Variable speed blowers, smart thermostats, two-stage compressors— these features make you more comfortable, but they also increase the upfront cost.
Some homes have air duct issues that need fixing before the heat pump unit is installed.
Contact us online or call us at (602) 842-0009 to request a free installation estimate. You will speak with a friendly Customer Service Rep (CSR) to find a time that works within your busy schedule.
Your professionally-trained technician will call you when they are on their way to your home, so you know exactly when they will be arriving.
Once the technician arrives, they will talk to you about your comfort needs and do the necessary calculations to find the heat pump unit that is right for you. You will see the unit installation price upfront, so there are no surprises! Need financing? We've got you covered.
Your install scheduling crew tries to make sure the installation you purchased happens as soon as possible according to your schedule. If it can't happen within 24 hours, then we make it a priority to schedule it for the next closest time slot.
Finally, we'll ask for your feedback on how we did so we can make sure you were 100% satisfied. And if you're not? Let us know; we'll make things right!
From our experience, the average heat pump in Arizona lives about 10 years. The lifespan decreases further if you have not had annual professional maintenance.
If your heat pump is starting to need repairs on an almost annual basis, it’s near the end of its lifespan.
Runs inefficiently: Do you have outrageously high energy bills? Older units are inefficient and run up your energy bills.