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Arizona’s Hot Temperature History

here were you on March 26, 1988? If you were in Phoenix, you may not remember, but it was a very hot day. In fact, March 26, 1988, was the earliest day of the year that Phoenix has ever reached 100 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Typically, the…

Are You Working with a Reputable Phoenix Air Conditioning Contractor?

When it comes to Arizona homes, almost nothing is more important than a reliable, properly-working home air conditioning system. Many air conditioning contractors sell top-brand systems, like Carrier, Trane, Amana, and York. But did you know that selecting the right contractor to install the system is as important as the…

ENERGY STAR: What it Means and How it Can Help You

Here’s a startling fact: heating and cooling a home costs the average homeowner about $1,000 a year, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) energystar.gov. And if you live in the desert, that doesn’t factor in the costs of air conditioning repair in Phoenix. If you live in Arizona,…

Earth Day: A Great Time to Decrease Water Usage

Each year, on April 22, the world recognizes Earth Day and the work being done to take care of the environment: reduce pollution and conserve energy and water. In desert climates like Arizona and New Mexico, smart water usage and conservation is particularly important because water supplies are finite. To…

Recognize Earth Day by Increasing Energy Efficiency at Home

Chas Roberts Air Conditioning & Plumbing offering incentives to help homeowners upgrade to energy-efficient HVAC equipment Phoenix, Ariz. (April 19, 2013) – On April 22, the 43rd annual Earth Day will be observed. Earth Day was started in 1970 by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson from Wisconsin who wanted to find…

Go Green for Earth Day

In 1970, Americans were driving large cars with massive engines that gobbled up leaded gas. There were no laws or regulations to prevent industries from producing large amounts of air pollution. After witnessing the devastation of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California, U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson from…

Reduce Your Phoenix Air Conditioning Utility Costs This Spring and Summer

Spring has arrived and before we know it, 110 degree summer days will be upon us. Warmer temperatures guarantee one thing: Phoenix air conditioning and utility costs will significantly increase compared to this past winter. Energy Star estimates that half of the energy used in your home goes to heating…

Time to Install a New Air Conditioner: New Value-Saving Incentives Now Available to Chas Roberts’ Customers

Chas Roberts customers are now able to take advantage of incentives from energy companies, government, and top manufacturers Phoenix, Ariz. (March 13, 2013) – Carrier and Trane, two of Chas Roberts’ top air conditioning brands, are now offering attractive incentives: Carrier: Rebate of up to $1450.00 on qualifying equipment (through…

Energy Efficient Plumbing Products and Systems

Thanks to increasing demand for making homes more environmentally friendly, Arizona plumbers everywhere are striving to bring you the very best in energy-efficient plumbing products and systems. High efficiency plumbing products do more than help you conserve water; they help you conserve savings by reducing your home’s energy usage. In…

Chas Roberts Selected to Receive Chamber of Commerce IMPACT Award

Chas Roberts recognized for strength and growth during adverse economic times and contributions to the Valley’s economy and communities Phoenix, Ariz. (April 4, 2013) – Chas Roberts Air Conditioning & Plumbing is one of only eight companies to be honored as a 2013 IMPACT Award recipient from the Greater Phoenix…