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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Curious about Heating Maintenance? Here’s What We Do

Monday, November 7th, 2016

Even in the heat of Las Vegas, we encourage all of our residential customers to schedule a fall inspection and tune-up for their heating system. This regular maintenance is essential if you want your heat pump (or furnace) to work for as many years as possible, run into a limited number of repair problems, continue to function reliably, and keep your power bills under control. The heater won’t lay dormant the whole winter, so make sure that it’s ready to go when it needs to.

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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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3 Options for New Air Conditioning Installation for This Summer

Monday, May 4th, 2015

If you’re reading this, you are probably planning air conditioning installation for a new home or you are considering replacing an older AC that is no longer doing the job it should. Whatever the case, you’re in the market for a fresh residential air conditioner. But which of the many models available should you choose?

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