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Heat Pump Services in Phoenix, Arizona.

Repair, replace or maintain with a quality company that cares.

Heat pumps are an environmentally-friendly option that gives Phoenix property owners the ability to improve HVAC performance without having to purchase a new furnace and air conditioner. Unlike conventional furnaces that burn fossil fuel, heat pumps simply transfer heat from one area to another. Heat pumps can drastically improve the energy efficiency of your home or business.

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Canyon State has been a family-owned and operated business since 1989 and has been providing heat pump service as a Trane Comfort Specialist since 1989. We take pride in the culture and reputation we’ve built over the past 30 years. All of our technicians are NATE-certified and believe in building long-term relationships with the Phoenix community in order to achieve 100-percent customer satisfaction.

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“We have used Canyon State HVAC for several years. The service has always been excellent, I consider them honest and straightforward.. and will use them whenever we replace.”

–Dennis C

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“Always been happy with the professional service. I just feel like I’m dealing with people that know what they’re doing and they provide good quality products. I’ve just been more than pleased with the service, even before my new air conditioner.”

–Denis P

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“We’ve been very happy with it [AC unit] and even took the monthly service. I would advise anyone that wants good air conditioner [or] furnace people, Canyon State is the one to call!”

– Shirley S

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“We put in a new system and it’s very good and they’ve been very good about coming out whenever we call. We don’t have to wait hours and hours and the servicemen are excellent. We have no problem giving them 5 stars!”

–Norma S

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“I’m very satisfied and pleased with their workmanship and service to us. Thank you very much!”

– Judy K.

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“I have to tell you, Canyon State has done a great job for me. First, the installation of 4 high-quality pieces of equipment and now I had a little issue and they responded within 2 hours. Canyon State has been really good to me.”

–Joe Riley

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Common Heat Pump Problems

Some of our customers in Phoenix, Arizona rely on a heat pump for both heating and cooling. Whether they’re business or homeowners, here are some of the common issues of heat pumps that require emergency heat pump services:

Icy Coils: In order to avoid a build-up of ice on the coils, a well-functioning heat pump will defrost itself periodically. Broken sensors, blockages, or refrigerant leaks hinder the heat transfer process from happening, resulting in a noticeable crust of ice.

Cold Air: If your heat pump is blowing cold air during winter, the first thing you should do is make sure the AC isn’t accidentally on. Otherwise, it’s probably an internal issue caused by a refrigerant or compressor. Sometimes, the unit just needs to be cleaned.

How Heat Pumps Benefit HVAC Systems.

Heat pumps and air conditioners operate in a similar way, but the main difference is the use of a “reversing valve.” This process basically allows AC refrigerant to flow in either direction. In other words, you’re recycling cold air. While the cooling cycle mimics an air conditioner, the heating mode actually extracts heat from the outdoor air and delivers it into the house or commercial building.

Heat pumps are an excellent choice in Phoenix because the Valley’s winter temperatures rarely approach freezing. Instead of leaning on a furnace to create heat, residents can save a lot of money by relying on heat pumps to pull the sunshine inside.

Quality Heat Pump Services You Can Trust.

As we mentioned before, we’ve been serving the Phoenix community for more than 30 years now. We take pride in our workmanship and do everything we can to extend the life of heat pumps while avoiding further problems. If you need a heat pump installation, maintenance or repair service, one of our professionals is only a phone call away. You’re also always more than welcome to stop by our showroom in Sun City West, Arizona.

While there are plenty of heating and cooling companies to choose from in Phoenix, we hope you decide to invest in a quality heat pump service.

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Heating + AC

Repair or replace HVAC components.

  • AC Service
  • Heating
  • Heat Pump Services
  • HVAC Maintenance
  • Commercial & Residential

Complete Plumbing

New installation or water leak repair.

  • Repairs
  • Installations
  • Maintenance
  • Water Heaters
  • Commercial & Residential

Water Treatment

RO systems or whole home treatment.

  • RO Repair / Maint
  • RO Installations
  • Water Softener Repair
  • Water Softener Installations
  • Whole Home Filtration

Air Quality

Clean air solutions for all properties.

  • Air Purifiers
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  • Mechanical Ventilators
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  • Whole Home Filtration