AC Installation

As a leading AC installation company in Las Vegas, we take pride in offering the best possible customer service and reliable AC installation to keep your home cool and comfortable during the infamously hot Vegas summers. Whether you are upgrading to a new AC system or you are ready to ditch the fans and window air conditioning in favor of central air, we are here to help with cost-effective pricing and expert advice to choose the right system to fit your needs.

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Air conditioning and heating costs account for about one-third of your utility bills every month. With that kind of serious investment, you can’t afford to suffer with an AC unit that is not operating at peak efficiency or fails to keep your home cool. If your AC system produces inconsistent temperatures, fails to keep the home cool, or your cooling costs are skyrocketing, it may be time for a new air conditioner.

We install all major brands and types of air conditioners in Las Vegas, Nevada. Learn more about our services below, including room/window AC installation, mini-split AC system installation, and central air installation.

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Types of AC Systems We Install in Las Vegas

There are several types of air conditioning systems, each with advantages and disadvantages. We offer air conditioning installation in Las Vegas to fit your budget and your needs.

Unlike a window unit, central air conditioning works to cool your entire home. A central AC system uses units inside and outside of your home and a system of supply and return ducts to circulate cool air throughout the home. Central air conditioning is also a good choice to dehumidify incoming air.

There are two types of central air conditioners: a split-system unit or a packaged unit. Split-system AC has an outdoor unit with a condenser and compressor and an indoor cabinet with the evaporator. This indoor unit may also have a heat pump or furnace. Split-system central air installation is generally the most affordable option if your home has a furnace but no air conditioner.

There are two main types of room air conditioners: units mounted in a window and units mounted through an exterior wall. Both types of room AC units have a compressor outside with a size designed to cool a single room. Individual room air conditioners cost less than central air conditioning, and wall or window air conditioning installation service is far more affordable than a whole-home AC system.

For small homes and apartments in Las Vegas, room air conditioners offer a cost-effective way to keep the home comfortable during the summer, although these systems tend to be loud to operate. They are also less efficient than central AC.

If your home does not have ductwork, a mini-split system can offer a cost-effective retrofit solution. It can also be a good option to add air conditioning to a room addition. Like central air, a mini-split system has an indoor air handling unit and an outdoor condensor/compressor. Each room is cooled with its own air handler. The indoor mini-split AC units are usually mounted to the ceiling or wall.

This type of system is very flexible because individual zones or rooms can be cooled, but cost can be a concern. Mini-split systems cost more than traditional central air systems of the same size when ductwork is already in the home.

Evaporative coolers or swamp coolers are popular in dry, hot climates like Las Vegas. Unlike air conditioners, evaporative coolers work by pulling fresh outdoor air through moist pads. The air is cooled through evaporation, which also adds moisture to the air inside. Evaporative coolers can reduce the temperature of outdoor air by up to 30 degrees.

Swamp coolers are the most efficient cooling system with the ability to save you up to 75% on cooling costs because only the fan uses electricity. The technology behind evaporative coolers is also simple which means a lower purchase price and far less maintenance.

The Right Size AC Unit for Your Home

Proper installation and sizing are the two key elements that determine how efficient your air conditioner will be. An AC that is too large will not remove humidity from your home and waste energy. A unit that is too small will not achieve a comfortable cool temperature on hot days. Improper ductwork installation, a lack of insulation, and incorrect unit placement can also reduce efficiency.

You can trust our Las Vegas air conditioning contractors to help you choose an air conditioner that is properly sized for your home and installed correctly for efficient and effective cooling.

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The following are answers to common questions our AC technicians receive.

Whether you want to extend the life of your existing air conditioner or you want to make the most of a new AC, there are several ways you can boost efficiency and reduce wasted energy. Avoid making these common mistakes.

Don’t skip regular HVAC maintenance. Before the start of the summer, have your AC system inspected and tuned up to avoid unexpected system failure or inefficiency.

Don’t ignore your ductwork. If you have central air, your ductwork is the way the cooled air is delivered throughout your home. Have your ductwork inspected every few years to repair any air leaks.

Make sure your thermostat is positioned correctly. The thermostat should not be located in an area where it comes in contact with heat sources like floor lamps, a TV, or an appliance.

Invest in a programmable or smart thermostat to automatically adjust your thermostat.

Change your AC filters. Dirty air conditioning filters mean dirty coils and an inefficient system that can’t exchange heat properly.

Don’t neglect your outside AC unit. Make sure there is no debris around your condenser, including grass, weeds, leaves, or landscaping.

There are a few types of air conditioning units we install. The most popular is central air conditioning, which uses ductwork to distribute cool air throughout your entire home. If your home does not have ductwork and you want to cool one or several rooms, a mini-split AC system may be an option. Room air conditioners can be installed in a window or wall to cool the air in a single room. Evaporative coolers, while not technically air conditioners, can also be a great choice in the dry Nevada climate as they cool while adding moisture to the dry air in your home. Our AC installation technicians will help you determine the best type of air conditioning system for your budget and needs.
How long your air conditioner will last depends on the type of AC system you have. Central air conditioners typically last 15-20 years, although replacing a system that is 10 or more years old can dramatically reduce your energy costs. Room air conditioners usually last for about 10 years with proper maintenance. Swamp coolers can last for 20 years with maintenance that includes maintaining proper water levels, replacing the cooling pads, and cleaning the tank.
Not sure if your unit needs to be replaced? Here are the most common signs that it’s time to consider new air conditioning installation.

–Your AC system is 10+ years old. Even if your air conditioner is still working, you can save 20-40% on your cooling costs by replacing a 10+ year-old air conditioner with a new, energy efficient model. Replacing a unit with a SEER rating of 10 to a newer 16 SEER unit can reduce your annual energy bill by 60%.

–Excessive cooling costs. If your cooling costs continue to rise, it may be a sign that your AC is reaching the end of its life.

–Poor humidity control. When air moves over the evaporator coil of your AC, excess moisture should be drawn out and expelled. As the AC unit gets older and less efficient, it will not be able to remove humidity correctly. This can cause high indoor humidity that leads to musty odors, damage to pain, and mold and mildew problems.

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We understand just how difficult it is to get through even a single summer day in Las Vegas without a functioning air conditioner. As one of the leading AC installation companies in the Las Vegas and Henderson area, we take pride in offering reliable yet cost-effective air conditioning installation with a focus on customer service. If your AC unit has reached the end of its life or you are considering a new type of air conditioning system, contact us today for a free estimate on your AC installation in Las Vegas.

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