The installed equipment is only as good as the duct system allows it to be. If the duct work is not properly sized and balanced, even the finest equipment will not function as intended. Flexible duct is often used because it is easy to install and when selected and installed properly, it is an effective tool in moving conditioned air. Flexible duct must always be stretched tight and supported properly to ensure proper air flow through the duct. Excessively long or sagging runs will restrict air flow and create problems with the system. The duct configuration selected for use depends on conditions in the house where the equipment is to be installed.

during the installation:

  • Protect your home using covers, tarps, and drop cloths
  • Completely remove and recycle any existing equipment
  • Install balancing dampers to promote even air flow throughout the home
  • Install vibration isolators to reduce noise within your home
  • Use external insulation to remove fiberglass from air stream
  • Optimize system for maximum comfort while minimizing energy costs

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8550 N. 91st Ave., Suite 51

Peoria, AZ 85345



​The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its final phasedown schedule regarding production and importation of HCFC-22 on Oct. 16. The order calls for an immediate drop from 51 million pounds allowed in 2014 to 22 million pounds beginning Jan. 1, 2015. Subsequently, 18 million pounds of new and imported R-22 will be allowed in 2016, 13 million pounds in 2017, 9 million pounds in 2018, and 4 million pounds in 2019. No new or imported R-22 will be allowed in the U.S. on or after Jan. 1, 2020.



  • Onsite inspection to verify conditions
  • Complete load calculation of your home to accurately match your equipment to your specific needs
  • Inspect existing duct for leaks
  • Engineer a system to take care of your needs
  • Provide a quote with at least two options that fit your budget

Air Conditioning & Heating

after the installation:

  • Registration of all product warranty coverage for your new equipment
  • Conduct a 33-point Quality Control Audit by our Installation Manager
  • Perform a whole home air balance

Dampers are used for the final balancing of the system. Balancing the system is an adjustment process. The object is to obtain an even temperature in all the areas served by the air conditioning system. Proper balancing depends on good design.

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Residential and Commerical HVAC Services