Some New Year’s Resolutions for Your Heating and Cooling

Monday, December 28th, 2015

It’s almost the end of 2015. We hope this year has been a good one for you, and we hope the coming year will be even better.

In fact, we would like to help you make 2016 the best possible year from your home comfort. Along with other resolutions you may make as the 31st of December approaches, consider adding these ones that will see that your HVAC system continues to take excellent care of your household. Believe us, these are some of the easier resolutions you can make!

Continue Reading

How High Efficiency Furnaces End Up Saving Money

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

The heating season in Las Vegas—that is, the season when we need to have our heating systems running—is relatively short. But that makes it important to ensure that we have heaters that run efficiently. You don’t want to see an enormous utility bill arrive during the month you had the furnace keeping the house warm become the unit is a massive energy waster.

Continue Reading

Here Are 3 Checks to Make on Your Furnace This Season

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

If you use a gas furnace to provide warmth to your home during the mild winters in Las Vegas, you need to take a few steps during the season to see that the system is working well… and working safely. Major maintenance for a furnace must be handled by an HVAC professional (make sure you schedule this if you haven’t already), but there are a few things you can do on your own through the rest of the winter. We’ve listed three below.

Continue Reading

Does the Air from Your AC Smell Bad? Here’s the Reason

Monday, December 7th, 2015

One of the issues that we face in the climate of Las Vegas is that we put our air conditioning systems through an immense amount of work every year. A Vegas AC sees almost twice as much use as an AC located in the northern parts of the country. This means that our air conditioners have a lot more time to develop problems from long operation. This late in the year, after the air conditioner has worked steadily for months, is a time when you’re likely to notice problems with it. You can’t simply wait for the spring and the next maintenance check-up: it’s critical to have repairs done right away.

Continue Reading

How an Electronic Air Purifier Gives You Healthier Air

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

When it comes to improving air quality in a home, the standard method is to install an air filtration system into the ductwork. Air filters use a mesh of fibers to trap pollutants in the air flow that moves through them. An effective filter will catch contaminants such as dust, dander, pollen, dust mites, and carpet and furniture fibers.

Continue Reading