Phoenix Arizona (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
Phoenix AZ, air conditioning company Air Care Cooling & Heating announces their exciting new initiative to protect their contract customers during Arizona’s volatile monsoon season. During this time of increased humidity, Air Care is offering a Wet Switch to all customers with a new air conditioning repair contract purchased. The Wet Switch helps to prevent against water damage that can occur during days and weeks of increased humidity, potentially saving customers hundreds in flooring and other interior repair bills.
Arizona monsoon season lasts between June 15 to September 30, though the majority of the storms occur in July and August. Many parts of Arizona receive half its annual rainfall during the monsoon, and this increased rainfall can be some incredibly humid days. A Phoenix air conditioning unit is not only responsible for cooling the home, it also removes the moisture from the air inside the house to help keep it dry and comfortable. On really humid days, that removed moisture can amount to gallons, all being circulated through the air conditioning system.
While most Air Conditioning units in Phoenix can circulate the water without any issue, Arizona monsoon season adds another complication to the air conditioner: thick dust. Dust gets inside the home and into the central air system, clogging up the lines in the air conditioning unit. Sometimes that dust can clog up the condensation line. The condensation line is responsible for draining off the water from the air conditioning unit coils, keeping the system clear of the moisture. When the condensation line becomes clogged with the water and dust, water can back up into the home and cause extensive damage.
Air Care wants to help their customers prevent damage to their homes, and are thus providing the Wet Switch to those customers who enroll in a new maintenance contract plan with Air Care Cooling & Heating. The repair contract includes regular A/C tune up services by Air Care's NATE certified technicians throughout the year, getting the air conditioning system ready for the changing season. Many contract plans also include premium response time for unscheduled repair calls, putting contract customers at the front of the line for a home visit by a technician. With the added bonus of the Wet Switch for new contract customers, Air Care is helping ensure that their customers’ air conditioning units are always running or running quickly after any kind of default.
Wet Switch flood detectors help to prevent water backing up into the home from the air conditioning unit due to increased humidity. Air Care Cooling & Heating is happy to be providing these incredible devices to their customers with the purchase of a new air conditioning repair and service contract. Air Care knows that the Wet Switch flood detection devices will help to prevent damage to homes, and the contract service will keep homeowners’ Rheem, Trane or other name brand air conditioning units running well throughout all of Arizona’s many seasonal changes, including the volatile monsoon season.