John's Heating and Cooling has been Mesa’s go-to HVAC Experts since 1970. During that time, we have serviced, maintained, and replaced hundreds of units and helped our community neighbors upgrade their systems with new, more energy-efficient ones. We’re the company you can trust. Browse our case studies below and call us today at (480) 648-2400 to schedule a service call or installation estimate.
A John’s customer inquired about replacement for two HVAC systems in their residence. We installed a 5 and 3 ton Trane split attic systems. Both systems were installed with new supply and return boxes. Both condensers were moved around the corner to the side of the house, laid down new condenser pads, and extended electrical high and low volts. A complete start up and QCA were performed. Super satisfied that this customer will be enjoying quality heating and cooling for years to come! These systems are each covered by a 10-year parts, 10-year compressor, 20-year heat exchanger, and 2-year labor warranties.
A customer called and wanted an estimate to replace the two 20-year-old HVAC systems that were in his home. We installed a 5-ton furnace in a closet inside the home and a 3-ton furnace in the garage. Installed surge protectors. We then installed new Nexia communicating thermostats. Charged the systems to the manufacturer's specs and both systems were running properly. This customer will enjoy fantastic heating and cooling for years to come. Both units have warranties of: 10-year parts warranty, 12-year Compressor warranty, 20-year heat exchanger warranty, and 2-year labor warranty.
A Peak Performance Club member called because their gas furnace was not working correctly. It was the first time they turned on their heating system for the season, and it made a loud noise and would only blow cold air, so they called John’s Heating and Cooling for a furnace repair. After completing a full diagnostic, the technicians determined that the system was low on refrigerant due to the indoor coil leaking refrigerant, which also damaged the indoor coil. Due to the cost of the repairs and the overall reliability of the system, a replacement was recommended. Johns Heating and Cooling replaced the system with a new 3.0 ton package Trane 14 Seer Single Stage Package Heat Pump system on the roof. For improved comfort, safety, and peace of mind, a surge protector and programmable thermostat were also installed. The technicians did a complete QCA start up and checklist and the new system is backed by a 10 year parts, 10 year Compressor, and 2 year labor warranty on top of all of John’s Installation & Replacement Guarantees.
John’s technicians were called out for routine system maintenance and performed a 21-point deluxe inspection on a 1998 Goodman split heat pump in Mesa. During this maintenance visit, they found that the system struggled to run at peak performance due to its age, as both the outdoor fan motor and indoor fan motor were showing major indications of bearing play and oil leakage. At this time, it was recommended to the homeowner to consider replacing the air conditioner instead of investing more money into an old system that was out of warranty, and that they could save money on replacing before 2023 when price and efficiency ratings would be increasing. They decided to think about it, and ultimately scheduled a free consultation later that month. The customer did decide to take advantage of a great promotion that was running, so John’s Heating and Cooling installed a 3.5-ton Trane Heat Pump and a Honeywell Programmable Thermostat. The new system is backed by 10-year parts, 10-year Compressor, and 2-year labor warranty on top of all of John’s Installation & Replacement Guarantees.
During a routine Peak Performance Club maintenance visit for a customer who had 2 units of differing age, the technicians noted that the older system had a bad outdoor fan motor, a very burnt and pitted contactor, high start amps, and dirty, indoor coil. Due to the cost of repairs, the age of the system, and the overall reliability, they recommend updating the older system to better match the efficiency of the newer system, which would both provide more optimal comfort and reduce utility costs. The technicians at Johns replaced the older unit and installed a 2.5 ton Payne package heat pump. Included were a new 16” flex for the return and supply, a new disconnect with whip and surge protector, and a new p trap and drain line.
The technicians at John’s were scheduled to perform a 21-point maintenance inspection on a package unit in Mesa. During this time, the techs chemically washed the outdoor coil and discovered the fan motor leaking oil, the contactor burnt and high start amps. Due to the age of the system and the cost of repairs, it was recommended to consider a heat pump replacement, so they set up a free new system consultation to learn more about their replacement options. John’s Heating and Cooling installed a new 2-stage 3-ton Trane package system on the roof. The new system is backed by a 10-year parts, 10-year Compressor and 2-year labor warranty on top of all of John’s Installation & Replacement Guarantees.