Help, My Heat Pump Is Stuck in One Mode!

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

If you chose to have a heat pump installed for your home, it was probably because of its dual comfort action: great air conditioning power through the long periods of scorching weather in Las Vegas, and then the right amount of energy-efficient heating during the occasional cooler days.

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How Does a Heat Pump Work as Both a Heater and an Air Conditioner?

Monday, November 16th, 2015

One of the products that we often recommend to our residential clients as a way to keep their homes comfortable around the year is the heat pump. Heat pumps resemble air conditioning systems, except they can also provide heat for a home. All it takes is an adjustment to the thermostat, and presto! Your AC is a forced-air heater.

So how exactly does this work? It’s an interesting story…

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Gas Furnace vs. Electric Furnace: Is There a Clear Choice?

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Across the country, furnaces are the most common type of heating system. Whether you’re in a place that experiences deep cold temperatures for long stretches, like Minneapolis, or place like… well, like Las Vegas… that has extremely mild winters, you probably have a furnace of some kind to handle your comfort when the mercury in the outdoor thermometer drops.

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How Does a Ductless Heating System Work?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

One of the heating services we offer is the installation and care of ductless heating systems. If you try to imagine ductless heating and can only come up with the idea of different space heaters plugged in around the house, we have a surprise for you: ductless heating is a type of central air conditioning system that works especially well for a climate like ours. If you are building a new home, living in an older home without space for a conventional heating system, adding on a room, or doing major remodeling, you should give serious consideration to ductless heating.

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