D&H offering air conditioning repair calls in the Tortolita area: ask for the Guardian Plan to lower your service costs

 

HVAC technician appointment for air conditioning repair service All too often, we meet with local people whose air conditioning system is out of warranty. No manufacturer warranty anymore, the A/C was bought with the house and it was nearing its warranty expiration then or was already expired, and no one renewed. 

This is a non-optimal situation because when anything breaks (not “if”, but ‘”when”), the cost bears entirely on the home owners. And very often, air conditioning systems being complicated machines, the cost of parts is very significant.

Several years ago, seeing this situation over and over while responding to air conditioning repair service calls, D&H AC came up with a solution to palliate the lack of valid manufacturer warranty. This was the Guardian Plan contract: in just a few words, Guardian Plan is a contract between D&H AC and you, homeowner, to perform a 360° inspection, system check and clean-up on your full A/C system, whatever the make and model, whatever its age, and whoever installed it.

Guardian Plan does not stop here. You also have priority service whenever you call for service, and emergency dispatch if your A/C goes down between maintenance calls. On top of that, you receive discounts on parts and labor if we need to replace anything.

All this for just pennies a day, easily recouped.

More than all this, the Guardian Plan gives you peace of mind that your HVAC is properly serviced according to manufacturer’s specificatins. Our technicians are NATE-Certified and we have stringent quality control and training programs that ensure the service level is top notch all the time. Not to say that we can’t make errors: that happens. But it’s extremely rare, and when we do, we also do everything in our power to catch up and make sure our customers remain happy.

How can you benefit today from the Guardian Plan? Just call our hotline at (520) 664-3699, and ask for more details about it. If you think it is for you, just ask to subscribe to it, you will be immediately covered and your first air conditioning inspection will take place very rapidly.

D&H A/C air conditioning repair service fleet

This is just one way D&H AC delivers excellent air conditioning service in Tortolita. if you are not with us already, you may have seen our trucks on the road, nearby. We have a full fleet of vehicles constantly on the road, servicing all types of A/C units all over Tucson.

Some of the air conditioning service trucks of the D&H AC fleetOur trucks can be immediately recognized by their red, white and blue colors, and the portrait of Brett Wright, President of the company. Brett decided long ago that his face would be on the entire fleet of D&H AC as a sign that he personally backs up the quality of service of the company.

Our truck fleet has increased since our first full color truck, and Brett’s smile has been seen by millions of Tucsonans since he took over the company from his grandfather, back in the 80s.

The Angie’s List Super Service Awards 2019

D&H Rated among Best HVAC Companies Tucson - Angie's List Super Service Award 2019

D&H AC’s stringent quality control and training programs have paid off. Our level of service is rated excellent by our clients, and they vote for us. This is why we have been awarded again the Angie’s List Super Service Award in 2019, and award we have already won several times since it was created.

The Angie’s List Super Service Award is a distinction given to service providers that have consistently delivered excellent, reliable results over a full year. You don’t winning it automatically every year. You have to have a really excellent and consistently excellent level of service throughout the year to get it.

For D&H AC, the badge is a sign that we did our job.

D&H AC has been servicing the NW of Tucson continuously since 1959. We have over 200 A/C units installed just in and around the Tortolita neighborhood.

The historical Service Center of D&H AC is located on N Oracle, at the intersection with Prince Rd. This means that our trucks can reach the NW of Tucson (and Tortolita) within minutes using La Cholla, La Cañada or N. Oracle. Of course, we need to schedule your A/C. We don’t promise to be at your door within minutes of your call. But we also ahve a 24/7 service schedule: this means we can do a service call at your home anytime during the week, and anytime during the night. We always have a qualified technician on call.

We also understand that it is important for you to be sure you are making the right decision when selecting the HVAC company that will service, repair or replace your A/C. this is why we are open to giving you references in your neighborhood. You can also consult our Google reviews: they are extremely positive, even if sometimes, we do a misstep and a client complains. In this case, we always endeavor to do more and correct any issue that wouldn’t be right.

Take a look at our Google Reviews, or our Better Business Bureau profile and reviews. We are a BBB accredited business, with an A+ rating. We have kept this A+ rating ever since we became accredited by the BBB at the end of 2003.  Check out our reputation at the BBB, withour 150+ reviews with a 5-star rating.

The BBB has a stringent rating system, and they take care of any complaint that comes their way. They request their accredited businesses to respond to any client criticism within days of the complaint, and to try their best to offer an acceptable solution to any dispute. If the client is right and the HVAC contractor did not offer something to the satisfaction of the client, the A+ rating is revised downwards and it’s very hard to come back to that level again.

We are very proud of of A+ rating at the BBB, and we do what is necessary when we service clients to keep our top rating.

 

 

Where do our technicians repair air conditioning in the Tortolita neighborhood?

 

D&H has a strong presence in the Tortolita neighborhood, with over 200 installs between Lambert Ln and Tangerine.

Here’s a summary of an air conditioning repair call we did recently:

“We were in Tortolita, performing spring maintenance on 4 year-old Daikin gas split system. We serviced and checked the system for proper operation. We checked the refrigerant levels, motor amps, current controllers, unit starter, electrical connections, wiring, temps, safeties, static pressures, ducts, drain, filter, coils, compressor ohms, and thermostat. We cleared out the drain line and washed the condenser coils. No issues requiring immediate attention at this time, but we installed a hard start kit to help the compressor. This Daikin unit is cooling beautifully at this time.”

 

N Western Fork Trail, Tortolita 85742We were on North Western Fork Trail, in the 85742 zip, servicing two Daikin split gas furnaces. We checked and tightened all electrical connections, we checked the igniter Ohms and cleaned the flame sensor. We vacuumed and cleaned up the burner housing, vacuumed and cleared out the condensation drain. We inspected the blower motor and the blower wheel, checked the filters. The problem is that downtairs, the air filter is super restrictive. Upstairs the filters needed to be replaced. We recommended our customer the Pristine Air Cleaner. We started up the unit, checked amp draws on the inducer draft motor, checked the pressure switch of the inducer draft motor to make sure it was opening and closing properly. We checked the amp draws on the blower motor and safety switches. We performed a carbon monoxide test and gas leak check, and both came out negative. The 2 units are operating normally at this time. All done under thecoverage of our Guardian Plan, no extra cost to our client.

Fun Facts about Tortolita

Tortolita was a census-designated place in Pima County, Arizona, United States. The population was 3,740 at the 2000 census. Tortolita was situated between the growing incorporated towns of Oro Valley and Marana with most of the area previously part of the CDP having been annexed by the two towns during the 2000s.

Tortolita Mountains is from the Spanish and means “little turtle dove.” Here is a part of the short history and description of the Tortolita Mountains: “this is the same locality which Font in 1775 called Llano del Azotado (llano=plain; azotado=a flogged man) because on the plain near these mountains a deserting muleteer was caught and flogged.  In 1880 they were called Bloodsucker Mountains.  The current name, as was noted in 1916, derives from the fact that there were multitudes of small doves here prior to 1916.”

 

Places to go in Tortolita, Arizona (according to Yelp)

  • 790

    Places to eat

  • 887

    Things to do

  • 86

    Places to stay

  • 1,730

    Places to shop

 

Schools in and near Tortolita

Tortolita Middle School

(520) 579-4600
4101 W. Hardy Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85742

Mountain view High School

3901 W Linda Vista Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85742
Mountain View High School in unincorporated Pima County, Arizona is one of the two high schools in the Marana Unified School District. It opened in 1986, ten years after Mesa’s high school with the same name.

Ironwood Elementary School

3300 W Freer Dr
Tucson, AZ 85742

Legacy Traditional School – NW Tucson

3500 W Cortaro Farms Rd
Tucson, AZ 85742

Dove Mountain CSTEM K-8 School

5650 W Moore Rd
Marana, AZ 85658

Tortolita to D&H Air Conditioning & Heating, 3629 N Oracle Road Tucson, AZ 85705

Tortolita to D&H Air Conditioning & Heating, 3990 S Evans Blvd Tucson, AZ 85714