Careful with Those Winter Thermostat Settings!

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

The weather in Las Vegas has cooled down to the point where we can actually call it “cold.” (Although somebody from Wisconsin would probably fall down laughing if they heard that.) If you’ve got your heat pump or furnace working to provide pleasant warmth for the close of the year, make sure that you aren’t running it in a way that wastes energy. Because we don’t run our heaters that often, it’s easy for us to fall into traps about how best to set the thermostat.

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How to Save the Most on Heating This Winter

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Las Vegas enjoys mild winters, with the coldest nights only dropping down into the 40s. The heating system in your home won’t need to run constantly during this time of year, but it can still raise your energy bills higher than necessary if you aren’t careful.

To avoid paying more for your home heating than you should this winter, there are a number of steps you can take. We’re here to help you whenever you need assistance with improving your residential heating.

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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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