Why Going Ductless Is Great for Home Heating

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Every time we address the topic of home heating in a place like Las Vegas, we place a focus on making sure that our customers receive value. Obviously, heating systems do not do as much work during the year in our climate as air conditioners do. But this makes it especially important to find a heating system that provides a sufficient level of heat during the time it is running without costing too much to run.

One of the best choices available for energy efficient home heating here in the Las Vegas valley is a ductless mini split system.

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My Heating Bills Seem Higher Than Normal, What’s Wrong?

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

We enjoy a short winter season in Las Vegas, but we still need to have heating systems running during some of our evenings. During the time when you routinely run your furnace or heat pump, pay close attention to your energy bills. This is simply a good precaution for being able to tell if there’s something wrong with the heater.

If you are seeing a rise in your energy bills during the winter, and it isn’t because you’ve been using the heater more often, you’re probably wondering what’s causing it. There are a number of possibilities:

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Watch Out for These Seasonal Heat Pump Issues

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

It’s nice when the hot weather in Las Vegas cools off for the winter. It’s a mild winter, of course, but it’s a pleasant break from the sweltering heat of much of the rest of the year.

On the other hand . . . our homes will need heating when the temperature drops below the 50s during the night. This is where having a heat pump is great: it does a fantastic job of cooling of a house during the many hot days, and can handle our occasional cold days and nights easily.

We want to help you keep your heat pump in good shape until it settles back into cooling mode. Here are some winter troubles your heat pump may encounter.

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