Call For Immediate Lake Havasu AC Repair

Lake Havasu City

1890 Commander Dr
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone: (928) 855-0001

Emergency Service 24/7-365!


Present this offer to your technician for $49 end of season maintenance. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Some restrictions may apply.

EXPIRES 9/30/2019

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Lake Havasu City AC Service Company


100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Our guarantee is unprecedented in the way we promise to care for our customers. It really is a simple recipe:

Do quality work, be punctual, keep our promises and our customers will continue to use us.

Why take a risk with such expensive and important amenities? Call Pitzer for a no-hassle, headache-free experience!

Lake Havasu City Air Conditioning Service & Heating Repair

Pitzer’s One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating specialize in LAKE HAVASU CITY AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE FOR ALL YOUR AC NEEDS Day or night, our air conditioning, and heating repairmen will be there in an hour or less when you have an emergency. Your families comfort is our number one concern.

There are few places in the world that experience extreme heat like Lake Havasu. This heat does a lot of damage to your air conditioning and heating unit. When this happens, you need experienced HVAC technicians to service your appliances. Our Pitzer’s family is proud of our legacy and reputation in Lake Havasu City. Don’t let your family or employees be uncomfortable at home or at work. Repair your air conditioning or heating unit today for an on-time service guarantee from Pitzer’s One Hour Air.

Why we love Lake Havasu

The city of Lake Havasu covers a large area of the gently sloping land on the east side of the lake, crossed by a network of curving residential streets.

Most facilities in town are found along the main road (AZ 95), from a newly constructed mall near the north edge to the English Village shopping center on the south side, next to London Bridge. This famous stone structure, originally built in 1831 and imported from England in 1968, spans an artificial channel separating the mainland from a peninsula now known as Havasu Island, site of one of the city’s four golf courses, and an airstrip. The main Lake Havasu airport is several miles north, beyond the city limits. There are plenty of lakeside access points in the city, both paid (Lake Havasu State Park) and free, and no shortage of clean, sand or pebble beaches.