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What Does Spring Training Baseball In Arizona and Your Air Conditioning Unit Have In Common?


During the spring months, millions of people flock to Arizona to watch the MLB spring training games. The games serve as an opportunity for players to brush off a little rust and get ready for the new season. Arizona is a great place for these leagues as the climate is perfect for a baseball game. Fans come wearing short sleeves and shorts to watch these athletes get ready for the grind they are about to embark on, as they start a new season.

How does this apply to your air conditioning unit? Spring has one problem in Arizona, summer comes next! Depending on the outdoor temperatures, your air conditioner could run 24/7 in order to keep your home at your desired temperature. Luckily, Phoenix, in baseball terms, has the perfect “RELIEVER.” Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning has been dealing with the sweltering Phoenix heat for over 50 years. Having a certified HVAC professional look at your Air Conditioning unit in the spring is a very good idea. This will ensure your Air Conditioner is ready for the grind of summer ahead.

Your HVAC system has a major impact on all aspects of your home. Making sure your home is comfortable from spring training through the whole summer all starts with a good inspection. Like a pitching ace in baseball, the professionals at Forrest Anderson are expertly trained and equipped with all the latest technology and know-how to ensure your air conditioning problems are solved before summer hits!

Here are 3 things to look for, that may mean you need to call in a “RELIEVER.”


  1. Dirty Air Filters and Clogged Coils - After sitting idle for a few months' dirt, leaves, and other debris could lead to dirty air filters and clogged coils. When you are finally ready to pump on the AC, make sure your unit is clean and debris free. If you smell an odor, it is time to make the call.

  2. Electrical Issues - typically, AC units in Arizona sit on your home's roof. This type of exposure to the sun's rays and constant sweltering heat plays havoc on your AC unit's electrical components. This can lead to electrical issues that cause your unit to run inefficiently or stop working at all. In Arizona, this can be very dangerous, especially when it is 117 degrees outside. And if you wait until it breaks down, it can lead to costly repairs.

  3. Check for Leaks - If you’ve ever taken a good look at your air conditioning unit, you may have noticed a small drip line on the outside. This is the condensate drain, which plays an important role in removing condensation produced by your air conditioner's evaporator coil. If the line isn’t properly cleaned, algae and mold can grow inside and clog the drain, causing elevated humidity, musty odors and water leaks that can damage the inside of your home.

Spring is the time to prepare for the battle ahead and be ready to play in the big game. Your home's big game is making it through this summer without any major air conditioning issues. The last thing you need in the middle of summer is for a problem to happen with your AC unit. Making sure your unit is ready for the season is a vital investment and ensures when your favorite team is playing on TV, you and your family can enjoy every minute of it!

Now is the time to make the call to the bullpen and bring in the big guns so you can enjoy your summer! Call Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning today @ 623.780.4060 or Click Here for more info.

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