Air Quest Heating & Cooling, Corp.
1745 W. Wetmore Road #2
Tucson, AZ 85705


Serving Tucson and surrounding areas

Maintenance: Air Quest recommends servicing your system twice a year.  Regular maintenance increases the life of your system, maintains the efficiency of your system and helps guarantee the warranty for your system remains valid. Too busy to remember to schedule service? Let us keep you on schedule with a Preventative Maintenance Service Agreement.


Equipment Replacement:  Update your existing equipment with energy efficient equipment customized to your needs. Free estimates on new installs.


New Construction:  Custom designed to fit your specifications and building design to ensure proper air balance and efficiency. Includes ductwork fabrication. Free estimates on new installs.


Repair:  On air conditioners, heaters and coolers. Call 520-623-1400 to schedule an appointment now.

common air conditioner problems


Your refrigerant could be low or leaking. Call a trained technician to repair and recharge the system.


There are two types of refrigerant (also know as freon), R-22 and R-410A. If your system was manufactured before January 1, 2010 it may use R-22. If it was manufactured after January 1, 2010, your system will use R-410A refrigerant.

Thermostat issues

Check your thermostat to make sure it is set properly and it is reading the correct temperature.


And if your programmable thermostat runs on batteries, don't forget to change them each year. Some units will indicate when batteries need to be changed.

Drainage Problems

Check your unit's drain to make sure it isn't clogged. If plugged, the drain can cause water damage in the house, affect indoor humidity levels, and breed bacteria and mold.


When our technicians service your a/c or heat pump, the condensate drain is checked and cleared, if necessary, in order to avoid any of these potential problems.

Dirty Filter

A clogged filter restricts airflow through the unit, decreasing its efficiency and reducing its ability to effectively cool the air.


Check your filter once a month and change it at least every three months.


Quick tip! Before you install a new filter, write the date of installation on the side.

Did you know?

a programmable thermostat CAN SAVE YOU MONEY

Installing a programmable thermostat is ideal for people who are away from home during set periods of time throughout the week. Through proper use of pre-programmed settings, a programmable thermostat can save you about $180 every year in energy costs.*


How do you choose the right one for you? Check out this guide from Energy Star!




Humidification Systems

Dry air can take a toll on your health and your physical comfort. It can also act like a giant sponge, soaking up moisture from everything that it touches in your home - your woodwork, wood floors and furnishings.


Call 520-623-1400 to learn how to hydrate the air in your home or business with humidification systems that are:

    • • Eco-friendly: Use 70% less water than traditional whole-house humidifiers.
    • • Requires minimal maintenance: It's not necessary to keep filling a water tank!
    • • Efficient: Moisture in the air when you need it, without having to run your heating and cooling system.
Air Filtration Systems & UV Air Purification

Living in the desert, we breathe in dust and allergens everyday. But what if you could filter the air you breathe inside your home or business? Find an indoor air quality solution that fits your needs with the help of our experts.


Air Filtrations Systems: These high-efficiency systems can filter out allergens such as dust, bacteria, viruses, pollen, tobacco smoke, pet dander and cooking smoke and grease.


UV Air Purification Systems: Utilize UV light to reduce airborne bacteria and contaminants while reducing odor.

Seal and Insulate

Ducts that move air to-and-from a forced air furnace, central air conditioner, or heat pump are often big energy wasters. Sealing and insulating ducts can improve the efficiency of your heating and cooling system by as much as 20 percent — and sometimes much more.


For more duct sealing tips, visit


Other simple fixes include installing weather stripping on doors and caulking around windows, while bigger jobs might include sealing leaks and adding insulation in your attic.