Amigo Mechanical serves the Rio Rancho and Albuquerque area. We are locally owned and operated and are committed to serving our customers with honesty, quality, and value and have been since 2006. We are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling contractor. We are committed to providing you with the highest level of service. Our first-time customers continually become our long term customers time and time again, choosing Amigo Mechanical for all their plumbing, heating, and cooling needs.
Amigo Mechanical Inc is a Licensed Mechanical Contractor. All of our technicians are properly licensed for all the work that we perform. Licensing isn’t just a piece of paper required by the bureaucrats. Proper licensing, permitting, and inspecting of installations and repairs ensures that the work performed in your home or business was done correctly and up to building code. It also protects you with the peace of mind that the work performed was done with safety as a priority.
Does your Albuquerque or Rio Rancho property need a maintenance and service plan that fits your needs and your budget? Amigo Mechanical can create a custom Service & Maintenance plan for residential or commercial property managers. Properly serviced and maintained equipment can reduce operating costs and extend its useful life. Contact us today to see what we can do for you.
Inspections, Service, and Repair for a real estate sale can be stressful. With honest value and outstanding service Amigo Mechanical can deliver the plumbing, heating, and cooling services that you need on time. Our service area covers the Albuquerque and Rio Rancho areas so wherever your sale is we can be there. Amigo Mechanical Inc is licensed, bonded, and insured. All of our work comes with a 1 year parts & labor warranty and is Permitted and inspected where required. We provide all documentation of service or repair including permitting and inspection.
HVAC Repair and Installation
Dreading a furnace replacement? Today’s more-efficient gas furnaces can save you around $17 for every $100 you spend on fuel compared with older models. They are also on average, less likely to need repairs according to our survey. But you might want to think twice about gas furnaces from York, which broke down almost twice as often as other brands.
That’s what subscribers told us about 32,251 furnaces they bought between 2007 and early 2012. Reliability is especially important because when a furnace failed, 75 percent needed significant work. A majority of those broke down completely, with nearly a third producing no heat for more than a day. For 38 percent, the repair cost $150 or more.
bryant-heating-cooling-systems-amigo-mechanical-albuquerque-rio-rancho-nmgas-furnaces-albuquerque-rio-ranchoIf a key part such as the heat exchanger or control module fails, you’re better off replacing the furnace if it’s more than about 15 years old. Otherwise, repairing rather than replacing a furnace might make more sense.