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West Coast Plumbing and Air
2222 W Parkside Ln Suite 121
Phoenix, AZ 85027

Phone: 623-582-1117

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Frequently Asked Questions

Knowing West Coast Plumbing and Air will stand behind what we sell is important. We give written and advertised guarantees. Every plumbing and air conditioning comfort system, we install, comes with a performance, lemon and money back guarantee. If you’re not 100% satisfied, we will do whatever it takes to make it right… or you don’t pay.

A heat pump is a HVAC compressor that cools outside and heats inside. The unit has a reversing valve that changes the direction of the freon flow. It is cheaper to operate than a resistive heating circuit alone.

Most manufacturers recommend that even a new unit be checked twice a year. When we check your unit, we will check all factors that may effect the unit’s energy efficiency including freon levels, motor conditions, thermostat calibration and coil cleanliness insuring the safe operation of your unit.

Constant vibration and age can cause leaks to develop in the refrigerant lines of your unit. When we check your unit we will measure the freon pressure to see if any has leaked and visually check the lines for noticeable leaks. A unit running low on freon will increase its running time and cause increased utility bills.

Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is created from incomplete combustion of fossil fuel. If inhaled carbon monoxide could cause illness or death. At levels up to 35 ppm carbon monoxide can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue. At levels over 200 ppm, carbon monoxide can cause death. We will check for carbon monoxide when servicing your furnace.

The dirtier the furnace burners are the more carbon monoxide will be produced. Normally these gases are vented through the flue pipe. If there is a crack in the heat exchanger (which can happen with age) then these dangerous gases can be blown into the home.

With time, a gas line can get a leak. A natural gas leak is extremely dangerous, needing only one spark to cause an explosion or fire. We will check for natural gas leaks when servicing your furnace.

Sick building syndrome (SBS) is diagnosed when 20%, or more, of the population of a building complains about problems such as headaches, shortness of breath, fatigue, nausea, dizziness, and eye or throat irritation. Studies show that roughly 20% of all buildings suffer from SBS.

Yes. Negative ions and ozone can remove smaller particles from the air than HEPA filters can.

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