Sometimes Las Vegas homeowners need answers when it comes to their HVAC and plumbing problems. Let’s cut right to the chase and look at a few questions that we are frequently asked. We’ve given our best answers to these questions.

Make sure you call our team if you need more help. We’re available and ready to help with your HVAC and plumbing-related questions, no matter how complicated or unique they seem. Every home is unique and we’re specialists at thinking outside of the box.

The life expectancy is 10-12 years for an AC Unit in Las Vegas.

We do WHOLE system cleanings. Meaning we clean from your blower compartment through your entire duct system. (Most companies only clean the first five feet) We provide a Pre and Post camera inspection so you can view the results firsthand. We also don’t upcharge for any different size vents, or because the home is over a certain amount of square footage or bedrooms, nor do we charge any hidden “hook up or start-up” costs. This price also includes the removal and cleaning of the registers and vents.

Yes, we offer financing with Wells Fargo, Synchrony, Green Sky, and Enerbank (second chance financing).

A heat pump is an HVAC system that can both heat and cool your space from one unit. The dual ability is what makes a heat pump unique. Heat pumps transfer heat using a refrigerant process, much like your central air conditioner does. Only, the process can be reversed, unlike a central AC.

Starting at only $12.95 per month, you will receive:

Two A/C Tune-Ups to cover you yearly for both heating and cooling seasons

  • Eco-Pet Friendly condenser coil cleaning
  • Whole Home plumbing inspection
  • Water Heater flushing

In addition to a substantial list of benefits:

  • 10% Off New Units
  • 20% Off Repairs
  • 10% Off Duct Cleaning
  • Priority Booking
  • Free diagnostic
  • 100% Money-back guarantee on all services
  • Free estimates on all indoor air quality products
  • 5 Year warranty on all services
  • One free duct inspection
  • Free estimates on all new equipment

You likely know that your HVAC system comes with an air filter. It’s designed to protect the HVAC system itself from debris that can get inside. To protect your indoor air quality, you’ll want a more powerful air filter in place, as it helps filter out common household irritants like dust, dirt, pet dander, and microcontaminants.

Our certified AC technician will run a safety check on your furnace, blower motor, indoor coil, capacitor, gas pressure, and carbon monoxide test (ensure no leaks going into the home) as well as a free duct inspection.

Our certified AC technician will run a safety check for your AC unit, blower motor, indoor coil, capacitor, volts/amps, refrigerant levels, and an eco-friendly condenser coil cleaning after being outside all winter.

You should replace your HVAC air filter at least once every three months or at least once a season. Swapping out your filter at the top of the season is a great idea because it prepares the relevant HVAC system for the work it has to do during peak season.

Checking angle stops, checking water pressure, water quality checks, leaks, running toilets, checking inside the toilet, visual of drains, checking washer and dryer connections, water heater flushing, and anode rod check.

Yes, you can! Just click the button that says “schedule service” in the top right corner.

No, it’s always a $49 diagnostic fee or free estimate depending on what you need.

Yes, we are!

An evaporative cooler (commonly known as a swamp cooler) cools your home. The advantage of an evaporative cooler is that it also factors in humidity in our dry, Las Vegas climate.

We offer free estimates when replacing HVAC systems, water heaters, water softeners, mainlines, and whole home re-pipes.

Residential HVAC refers to residential homes while commercial HVAC refers to large-scale businesses, offices, schools, etc.

Yes, duct leakage can be responsible for up to 30% of air lost in your air ducts. If your ducts are being pumped full of cooled or heated air, you can bet that energy is being sucked right out of the ducts before it reaches the rooms of your home. Not only is it a significant drain on your expenses, but it can cause uneven heating and cooling throughout the home.

Tankless Water Heater: If you live in a household where you’re constantly running out of hot water or paying high bills for your water heater services, then it’s time to call us and inquire about tankless water heaters. These systems are eco-friendly, energy-efficient, and long-lasting. You really can’t go wrong with one.

Tank Water Heater: A tank water heater is the water heater that you know and love. If you’re looking for installation services for one of these units then you’ve found the right team.

No, but we can offer you a whole home purification system that is 100% salt-free.

Radiant heating systems are heating systems that distribute thermal energy through water (hydronic radiant heating) or through coils (electrical radiant heating) to heat your space.

It’s 6-10 years for tank water heaters and up to 25 years for a tankless water heater.