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Serving Greater Bullhead City Area

For years, We have provided the residents and business owners with responsive, high-quality air conditioning service and repair in Bullhead City and the surrounding areas. We employ NATE-certified, Arizona-licensed technicians with combined decades of experience and the capacity to handle all types of installation, repair, and maintenance work. In fact, we take pride in our commitment to addressing breakdowns, urgent maintenance issues, and other emergencies around the clock.

We are always here to assist you with installations, duct cleanings, indoor air quality audits and other routine tasks.

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3270 Kino Avenue
Kingman, AZ 86904

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Phone: 928-377-4631

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Area Services and Specials

  • Air conditioning Service, Repair, Maintenance, and Installation in Bullhead City, AZ
  • Heating Service, Repair, Maintenance, and Installation In Bullhead City, AZ
  • Plumbing Repair and Installation in Bullhead City, AZ
  • Commercial Air Conditioning Service, Repair, and Refrigeration in Bullhead City, AZ
  • Duct Cleaning In Bullhead City, AZ

Bullhead City

History

Although the Bullhead City area had been periodically inhabited for thousands of years prior to the 20th century, it wasn’t permanently settled until the 1940s. During that time, the construction of the Davis Dam created hundreds of jobs in the area and spurred demand for housing, land and resources. Although Bullhead City’s first residents were construction workers and their families, the area soon attracted the interest of land developers. With the arrival of modern highways in the 1960s, thousands of retirees and second-homeowners relocated from the increasingly crowded L.A. Basin. Today, Bullhead City is a noted destination for vacationers and retirees.

Geography

Bullhead City is located on the eastern shore of Lake Mohave, the reservoir created by the Davis Dam. It’s part of a three-state micropolitan area that includes the cities of Needles, California, and Laughlin, Nevada. Although Bullhead City itself is relatively compact, it serves as a trade center for a vast area of western Arizona. The surrounding landscape is marked by rugged, scrubby hills and mountains. Major thoroughfares include Arizona Highway 95 and Interstate 40.

Population and Demographics

Bullhead City has a year-round population of about 40,000. This figure has grown rapidly since the late 20th century and looks poised to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Although the area’s population skews older than that of larger cities like Phoenix, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Bullhead City has recently become popular with spring-breaking college students and young families looking for affordable land in a family-friendly community. Many locals work in the casinos and entertainment venues of nearby Laughlin.

Things to Do in Bullhead City, Arizona

Bullhead City has plenty of attractions for locals and tourists alike. For those seeking nightlife and entertainment, Laughlin boasts world-class assets that are rivaled only by those of nearby Las Vegas. Outdoorsy folks enjoy boating on Lake Mohave, bird-watching at Big Bend of the Colorado River State Park or ascending the lofty heights of Spirit Mountain for incredible views of the surrounding desert. Lake Mohave is a popular scuba diving destination as well. For shoppers, the stores and restaurants that line the River Walk in Laughlin offer unbeatable deals.

Climate and Weather

Like much of the rest of western Arizona, Bullhead City has an arid climate that’s marked by hot, dry summers and mild, somewhat wetter winters. Although conditions during the cool months can be quite chilly, frosts and freezes are exceedingly rare. During the summer, however, temperatures routinely crest above 110 degrees. Very little precipitation falls during the spring and summer months. Fall and winter are a bit wetter, but it’s rare for the region to receive more than 10 inches of rain in any given year.