Does Your Heating System Smell Funny? This Might Be the Reason

Monday, January 25th, 2016

The Las Vegas Valley isn’t known for the bitter cold winter weather blustering through it. In fact, for much of the winter, homeowners will only need to have their central heating systems running for short periods of time. But when you turned on your heater for the first time during the year, did you notice an odd smell coming from the vents? Whether a moldy, acrid, or dusty scent, it probably caused you worry that something was with the heating system. Below, we’ll look at these different smells and what they might mean for your heater.

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Answers to Some Common Customer Questions

Monday, January 18th, 2016

On our weekly blog, we usually address one issue at a time, such as looking into specific concerns that our customers frequently have, or explaining how a piece of HVAC equipment operates and how it can benefit a home. This post is a bit of “housecleaning” for questions that have shorter answers.

Our technicians are always glad to answer any of your questions or concerns, so feel free to give them a call. Our staff is here to help you enjoy the best comfort and indoor air quality in Las Vegas.

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How to Deal with Indoor Air Qualities Problems in Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

The winters in Las Vegas are about as mild as you’ll find anywhere in the continental U.S. Most of the time, all you need to do to keep a home properly warm during the cooler weather is to make sure that the doors and windows are closed and sealed and the walls and attic are properly insulated. This prevents heat from escaping outside, and much of the time that is sufficient for comfort.

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How to Set Your Thermostat for Our Mild Winters

Monday, January 4th, 2016

Although the idea of “winter in Las Vegas” may sound funny to the rest of country—after all, Vegas is one of top winter vacation spots for people seeking to escape ice and snow—our year-round residents know that cool days and sometimes cold nights can occur.

The real challenge when it comes to heating a home in the area is preventing unnecessary energy waste. We don’t have as much experience setting thermostats for cold weather as homeonwers in Minnesota, and therefore it’s easy to make mistakes that will cost money.

But don’t worry. We’re here to help you program your thermostat for another “brutal” Vegas winter!

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