Remember to Change Your Air Conditioner’s Filter Once a Month in Summer

Monday, June 29th, 2015

When it comes to air conditioning maintenance, you should leave most of the work to professionals. Once a year—with spring being the best time—have an HVAC technician come to your home and give the air conditioner a thorough inspection, tune-up, and cleaning. This will provide it with the best chance of making it through summer without experiencing repair problems or becoming an energy-waster.

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Why Is the Evaporator Coil of My Air Conditioning Icing Over?

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

During the summer you should keep a close watch on your air conditioner to make sure that it isn’t developing malfunctions that could lead to it breaking down. The last thing you need during a blazing hot day in Las Vegas is a busted home air conditioner.

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Repair vs. Replace: Which Is Best for My Air Conditioner?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

If you have an older air conditioning system in your home (more than 10 or 15 years in service) that has started to experience malfunctions, you’re probably wondering if it is time to replace it. Repairs may still be an option—but are they the best option?

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Why Heat Pumps Are a Good Choice for Cooling in Las Vegas

Monday, June 8th, 2015

If you are currently considering putting in a new air conditioning system, either as a replacement or as part of a new home, one option you should put on your shopping list is a heat pump. These devices are becoming more and more popular in the Las Vegas, NV area among homeowners, and for some excellent reasons. We’ll look over some of the advantages that heat pumps offer as residential cooling systems.

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3 Ways You Can Save Money on Air Conditioning During Summer

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Summers in Las Vegas, NV are ­hot. You don’t even need to live here to know that. And, as someone who does live here, you have first-hand evidence of just how brutal the hottest summer days can be. The steady hum of an air conditioner is an almost constant background noise of the season, and that means high electrical bills.

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