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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The Heating Benefits of Heat Pumps in Las Vegas

Monday, October 17th, 2016

Las Vegas isn’t known for its cold snaps. Right now we’re going through “cooler” weather, which means an average high in the low 80s. In the middle of winter, the night time temperatures will drop to levels where many homes will need heating assistance—but it’s still about as mild a winter as you’ll find in the continental U.S. What’s the best way to heat your home in this area? 

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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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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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