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Residential Heating

While Las Vegas may be known for its intense heat to outsiders, residents know that it can get chilly. During the winter, the temperature can dip below 40 and even reach freezing. The last thing you want on a cold night is a heating system on the fritz.
We offer cost-effective residential heating services to keep your home comfortable all year long. Whether you have a furnace, heat pump, or a
boiler, our experts will make sure it’s running as efficiently as possible.
Don’t wait until your system gives out to give us a call; we offer affordable repairs and replacement services.

Residential heat

Pump Services
Heat pumps have been popular since the 1940s, especially in moderate climates. Unlike a furnace that uses a flame and fan to heat and circulate air, a heat pump brings in air from outside.
Heat pumps use a refrigeration cycle which is also used to cool your fridge but in reverse. Heat is drawn in from the air outside with a compressor. A refrigerant then evaporates the heat into gas that’s transferred to a coil in the house. The gas is condensed back into a liquid and distributed throughout the house.
Heat pumps do not require fuel but do use electricity. This means there’s no risk of CO poisoning or fire. Heat pumps can be used to cool your home in the summer or warm the house in winter by reversing the cycle.
Heat pumps are very effective at warming a home when outside temperatures don’t fall below 40 degrees often. For Las Vegas homeowners, a heat pump can be a cost-effective solution year-round.

Residential heat

Pump Repairs

Is your heat pump acting up? We offer affordable residential heating repair to get to the bottom of the problem. Here are the most common problems we encounter with heat pumps:
  • Heat pump does not turn on. This problem may be caused by the thermostat or how the heat pump receives power.
  • Insufficient heat. This can be caused by blocked or leaking air ducts. It may also be a clogged air filter, poor refrigerant flow, or a faulty valve.
  • Strange sounds. These odd sounds may be a simple as loose hardware. If you hear squealing or grinding, the problem can be worn motor bearings. The sooner the problem is identified, the easier it will be to repair. Ignoring strange sounds can lead to an expensive repair in the future or replacement.
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Is your heat pump reaching the end of its life? Are you paying for frequent repairs? Does your heat pump simply not work as well as it should?
We offer affordable heat pump replacement to lower your energy costs & keep your home comfortable.
Today’s heat pumps use variable-speed air handlers, two-stage compressors, and a better coil design for optimal comfort and lower costs.


Furnace Services
Furnaces use a forced air system to heat your home. A flame is used to heat the air before a fan pushes the air through ducts and out vents. Furnaces do need a fuel source, which may be electricity, oil, or gas. Natural gas & electric furnaces are most efficient and common in Las Vegas.
Your furnace probably needs to be serviced if it’s making strange noises, not working properly, or you notice energy costs rising. Our Las Vegas residential heating experts can diagnose the problem and recommend appropriate repairs. To avoid costly repairs, we recommend having your furnace serviced at the start of each season. Regular maintenance can reduce repairs and early system failure.
If your furnace is reaching the end of its life or repairs have become too costly, it’s time for a new energy-efficient system. Our heating system replacement techs can help you choose the right size furnace for your home. We can also help you understand how your new furnace’s AFUE rating will affect your utility costs. Contact us to learn more about replacing your furnace.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a question about repairing or replacing residential heating systems? Here are the most common questions we hear from Las Vegas homeowners. Contact us if you have a more specific question or want to request a service call.
Can My Heating System Be Fixed or Does it Need to Be Replaced?
Our residential heating experts will help you decide if your heating system can be repaired. In general, the system should be replaced if the repairs will cost more than 50% of the replacement cost. To decide if you should replace your system, consider the following:
  • What is the system’s age and performance capacity? Heating systems more than 10 years old are not as efficient as new systems. Heating system replacement can save you in energy costs.
  • Has the system been maintained? A neglected heating system will not last as long or work as well as a system that is maintained.
  • Does the system work well? If your heat pump or furnace still works well despite its age, you may want to hold off on repairs. A system that can’t heat effectively should probably be replaced.
  • Is the system costing too much money? If you are spending too much on utilities or frequent repairs, it may be time to replace your heating system.
How Long Does a Heating System Last?
Heat pumps can last up to 20 years with proper maintenance. A furnace can last 15-20 years. Still, you will notice a decline in performance and efficiency before that. You can also expect necessary repairs more frequently once your system is 10 years old.
Is There Regular Maintenance that Needs to Be Done on My Heating System
Proper maintenance is the single best thing you can to do extend the life of your heating system. We offer regular servicing for furnaces and heat pumps to increase the efficiency and lifespan of your system.
Important steps to maintain your system include:
  • Addressing humidity issues. High humidity in the home can make your furnace heat exchanger rust. It can also damage your heat pump. Install a dehumidifier if necessary.
  • Clean outdoor coils when they look dirty.
  • Keep debris and foliage away from the outdoor unit.
  • Clean your return and supply registers. If the fins get bent, straighten them.
  • Change the air filter. The air filter on your heat pump or furnace keeps contaminants out of the system. If the filter is clogged, your system is forced to work harder. Depending on your system, the filter should be changed every 30-60 days.
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