Drainback vs. Glycol Series

Tuesday, 26 August 2014 by

Drainback and Glycol solar hot water systems have been battling for supremacy for many years. These systems have their own special application for certain climates and both have the pros and cons. Drainback The Drainback solar hot water is a standard system in solar industry. The Drainback system takes advantage of using water for its

Monsoon Season

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 by

Monsoon season has started strong this year and looks to be continuing through the next couple months. Monsoon season officially starts on June 15th and ends on September 30th. With “haboobs” in the mix, dust and debris can cause your air conditioner to need service. The condensate drain line can become clogged from the dirt

Renewable Energy

Thursday, 24 July 2014 by

Renewable energy is the wave of the future and has a growing force behind it every day. We already have Solar Electricity, Solar Hot water and Solar Pool Systems but there is also renewable energy in Wind Power. States like Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Wyoming benefit a lot with Wind Power. Unlike the renewable

Worry Free Financing

Monday, 02 June 2014 by

Arizona Accurate has recently teamed up with American Standard and Wells Fargo, to offer our customers a new option for investing into their homes. We know how important it is that buying a new Comfort System for you home can be. With the new financial program we now offer, buying your new comfort system is worry

Solar Power

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 by

Solar power is one of the most efficient sources of electrical power that we have at our disposal, and over the past number of years we have been able to perfect this technology to get the most energy from our sun. The sun is a star that is going to last for eons to come

Home Usage

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 by

Powering your home can be expensive, especially in environments like Arizona’s. During the summer and winter it is especially bad, as the weather burns hot and cold to the extremes of roasting and freezing. Either extreme forces your heater and air conditioner to work harder to keep the temperature at the level you want it,

Cheap Solar Power

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 by

As part of its SunShot Initiative, the U.S. Department of Energy has announced a $29 million investment in four solar energy projects. These projects are aimed at improving grid connection and reducing installation costs through plug-and-play technologies and reliable solar power forecasts. “The price of solar panels has fallen dramatically in recent years, but we