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Emergency HVAC Services, 24-7 HVAC Repairs, Air Conditioning Repair, HVAC repair & Furnace RepairTucson, AZ, Casas Adobes, AZ, Catalina Foothills, AZ, Amphi, AZ, Flowing Wells, AZ & Oro Valley, AZ

Providing expert HVAC services in Tucson, AZ and surrounding areas since 1982, Temperature Control, Inc. understands that problems often arise at the very worst times. HVAC malfunctions aren’t restricted to convenient business hours. Locally owned and operated, we are never further than a phone call away and always remain available. Simple call (520) 815-5665 for emergency situations and we’ll handle the rest.

Call Temperature Control, Inc. for Emergency Services

When the air conditioner, heat pump, furnace, or any type of heating or cooling equipment quits operating, you require immediate assistance. Temperature Control, Inc. is your source of reliable repairs. Handling residential and commercial heating and cooling systems of all makes and models, we respond quickly and arrive prepared to resolve even the most complex problems.

Trust Our HVAC Experts!

Temperature Control, Inc. meets the strenuous criteria of a Trane Comfort Specialist. We are members of ACCA, BBB-rated, and NATE-certified. Our goal is first and foremost the best interest of our customers. Our protocols ensure a stress-free and successful process and outcome. We’ve earned a reputation for honest answers, conscientious job performance, and lasting solutions. Temperature Control, Inc. offers 24/7 emergency repair service across Tucson, Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Amphi, Flowing Wells, Oro Valley, Tortolita, and Catalina, AZ.

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