Magic Touch Mechanical's CEO Rich Morgan holds his employees to the company's lofty motto: "We do it better than it has to be." The company "builds" its craftsmen to reach this level via intensive and ongoing training with ACCA, the Heat Pump Council, Blue Energy Institute, and a multitude of other courses offered by local utilities. This heavy investment in its employees has made them some of Magic Touch's biggest fans, and they nominated the company for "Best Contractor to Work For in the USA" in the HVAC trade publication, ACHR The NEWS.
All that training certainly comes in handy in Magic Touch's line of work, which encompasses everything from residential duct cleaning and energy audits to commercial contracts for installing HVAC systems, heat pumps, and evaporative coolers. But no matter the size of the job, Magic Touch's technicians strive to do everything better than necessary, whether it's double-checking the final measurements of their 66-point A/C tune-up or dramatically exiting a home via chandelier.
Starting with two trucks and one phone, John Hardin and Wes Whitlock raced about Phoenix on air-conditioning, heating, and plumbing calls. That gumption guided Hardin Service Group from a humble two-man team to a fleet of licensed, insured, and background-checked technicians experienced with appliance brands from Trane to American Standard. In addition to keeping air and water flowing smoothly through homes, they also specialize in enhancing indoor air quality by eliminating dust, mold, and unlicensed coal mines from HVAC vents. Hardin's team strives to make every job as seamless as possible, offering online scheduling for both service appointments and estimates.
As native Arizonans, the owners of Penguin Air have been engaged in a lifelong battle against sweltering temperatures. They know there are only two strategies for combatting undesirable climates: a well-functioning heating and cooling system or a human-size hamster ball filled with waist-deep 72-degree water. They chose the former and rallied an army of EPA- and NATE-certified technicians to perform preventive maintenance and install new heating and AC systems.
Thoroughly screened and continually trained, the techs exude professionalism and courtesy. They arrive within one hour of service times lest they provide their services for free, and they stay on call 24/7 in case of system emergencies, such as a nest of spies stuck in the air vents. Penguin Air, a factory-authorized HVAC dealer, also provides high-efficiency systems and performs a free estimate before installation.
Goettl Air Conditioning has been keeping residents of the greater Phoenix area as cool as penguins carved from cucumbers with quality air-conditioning service and customer care. Goettl’s commitment to high standards is reflected in its meticulous 17-step tune-up service and highly lauded Texas two-step.
ARS/Rescue Rooter's team of trained, courteous specialists performs an array of air conditioning, heating, and plumbing services nationwide. Regular seasonal maintenance prolongs the life of air-conditioner units and enables them to run efficiently, saving homeowners from grievous energy waste and incurring the righteous wrath of eco-conscious polar bears.
Since 1959, the technicians at Rite-Way Ventilating Co. have brought their warm attitudes and wide-ranging expertise to area homes, providing air conditioning, heating, and plumbing services. When completing both repairs and installations, they advocate using energy-efficient machinery out of respect for the environment and customers' utility budgets. To the same eco-friendly end, they patch up ducts with the EPA-endorsed Aeroseal duct-repair system. This system is less invasive than traditional duct repair, saving energy and cost without sinking to such methods as sending a glue-covered intern crawling through them.
Employees invest in customer trust as well as the Earth's welfare—at each appointment, they discuss costs up front before tinkering with the pipework. Their written guarantee promises satisfaction with their work, not just that the equipment will function and will not come to life in their absence.