Rooftop Package Heat Pump Shoot-Out Today we match up Lennox vs American Standard / Trane, in a rooftop package unit comparison. If you live in Phoenix, AZ or elsewhere in the Southwest, you may have a rooftop air conditioner, gas-pack, or heat pump. In other parts of the country this may not be relevant to […]
Compare the Lennox XC25 vs Trane XV20i / American Standard Platinum 20 In today’s product comparison we do a side by side comparison of the Lennox XC25 vs Trane XV20i air conditioners. NOTE: For all intents and purposes the American Standard Platinum 20 is the same as the Trane. (See Trane vs American Standard) It […]
Mesa, AZ based air conditioning repair company, Magic Touch Mechanical is in the news again! Recently, Magic Touch president, Rich Morgan, sat down with the Arizona Tribune alongside a few other Phoenix contractors to discuss the record-breaking heat the summer of 2016 has reigned down on Valley residents so far and what that has meant […]
When Magic Touch Mechanical co-owner, Michele Morgan got the call from the producer of the Spike TV hit show, Bar Rescue, asking if we could send an HVAC/R technician to repair the walk-in beer cooler at the new Brick & Barley, (formerly Baseline Sports Pub) Tempe, AZ., she jumped at the opportunity to be a part […]
When you install a new HVAC system in your home, it’s always a good idea to also upgrade the thermostat. That way you’ll receive the most out of your new AC and heater.
Summers in Phoenix are among some of the hottest in the country. You can expect your air conditioning system to put in plenty of work over the season to maintain a comfortable indoors.
Although it is important in almost any part of the country to choose a quality licensed air conditioning contractor to take care of a home’s cooling needs, it is vital in Phoenix. Summer temperatures here regularly crest above 110°F, and 90°F is considered a cool day!
When the heat ramps up in Phoenix, it means business. Unless you’ve got a working air conditioning system in your home, you’ll be dealing with conditions that are… well, unbearable really isn’t an exaggeration, is it? Not when the outdoor thermometers are registering heat above 110°F!