Tucson AC Repair • Furnace Repair • Full Service Plumbing
If you need Plumbing or Air Conditioning Services in Tucson, Call Us TODAY for Same Day Service from Expert Plumbers and HVAC Technicians. Strongbuilt is an A+ Rated Contractor, providing Clean & Professional service staff. You can expect a polite and knowledgeable plumber or AC tech to arrive in uniform, driving a clean and well kept company vehicle, with the knowledge, experience and skills to handle your plumbing or air conditioning challenge. Our company trucks are stocked with parts to repair 90% of problems. You can have confidence and peace of mind knowing that you have selected a Top Rated Tucson Contractor, with a 4.9 Rating from over 500 Online Reviews.
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30% Federal Tax Credit
Up to $2,000 in Rebates "PLUS" 30% Federal Tax Credit on the purchase of Qualifying Strongbuilt Systems Installed with SunTrac Solar. If you're thinking of replacing your HVAC system NOW is the time, please call us at (520) 512-5166 to schedule a Free Estimate.
Tucson is known to have Hard Water, which causes scale and mineral buildup on plumbing fixtures, in pipes and in water heaters. The minerals and nutrients are good for our bodies but not good for our plumbing. EnviroWater Products prevents scale and buildup while leaving the good minerals and nutrients in the water. Tucson also has high levels of chlorine in our water, which is also removed by this water treatment system.
Tucson Loves Strongbuilt Air Conditioning for:
• Furnace Repair and New Furnaces
• AC Repair and New AC Unit
• Indoor Air Quality & Air Filtration
• Duct Cleaning & Duct Sealing
• Tax Rebates on SunTrac Solar
• AC Tuneup & Furnace Tuneup
• Private Label Strongbuilt Systems
Tucson Loves Strongbuilt Plumbing for:
• Water Purification & Water Softeners
• Tankless Water Heaters
• 40-Gallon & 50-Gallon Water Heaters
• Trenchless Sewer Pipe Lining
• Drain Clog & Drain Snake
• Sewer Drain Hydro Jetting
• Toilets, Sinks, Baths & Showers
Indoor Air Quality
Protect your family and your air conditioning equipment with advanced whole home electronic filtration and UV air scrubbers. The Strongbuilt 95 Eliminator is an electronic air filter capable of filtering down to .3 microns, excellent for asthma, allergies and dust. The carbon insert will help with reducing odors. This filter will protect your air conditioning system by preventing dust to pass through and build up on the furnace blower wheel and AC coil system.
The Patriot PCO is a UV air scrubber which uses germicidal UV-C light to sterilize mold, kills germs, bacteria, viruses, and allergens in the air as it passes through the air conditioning system, resulting in healthier indoor air for your family. The UV-C light in combination with specially prepared activated carbon cells creates a photocatalytic (PCO) reaction which eliminates odors by neutralizing VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
The air conditioning coils are frequently moist from removing humidity, mositure can cause mold and other biological growths in the coils, but the Patriot PCO prevents mold and other biological growths, which in turn improves indoor air quality throughout the home.
Call us today for a free estimate on indoor air quality systems!
How Air Conditioning Works
This is a very basic explanation on how air conditioning actually works, in layman's terms, for anyone who is interested. The example cites an upflow system, but the principle is the same for downflow or horizontal systems:
1. Unconditioned air (typically warm humid air) is pulled from your home (via your return air duct) by your furnace blower, the air is blown up into an evaporator coil.
2. The evaporator coil has refrigerant running through its coils, the refrigerant absorbs the heat from the air. Humidity is also removed when the warm humid air contacts the cold coil, causing condensation, which dries out the air passing over the coil.
3. After the heat has been removed from the air, the cool conditioned air is sent out into your home.
4. The hot refrigerant is circulated to the outdoor condenser.
5. The condenser circulates the refrigerant through outdoor coils and sends it to a compressor which changes the pressure and state of the refrigerant (from low pressure gas to high pressure liquid).
6. The heat from the refrigerant is blown from the condenser coils up into the outside air.
7. The refrigerant is then sent to a metering or expansion device (TXV).
8. The TXV expands the refrigerant from high pressure liquid (which is not good for absorbing heat) to low pressure liquid (which allows a great deal of heat to be absorbed).
9. The refrigerant is sent back into the evaporator coil, and the process starts all over again.