HVAC units are used constantly, whether the weather is warm or cool. Many people often forget the importance of having your HVAC maintained in the winter. For Las Vegas residents, heating and AC maintenance in the winter can be much more cost effective than in the summer and it is recommended by..
Most people spend the majority of their time indoors regardless of the season. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has stated that indoor air quality is often poorer than outside air. Even if your central heating system is relatively new, it might be a contributing factor to decreased air..
Whether you are constructing a new home or you need to invest in heating replacement in Las Vegas in Las Vegas, choosing the one can be an overwhelming task. In order to balance upfront cost with long-term savings, it's important to know your budget and what you want your expenses to look like..
A broken or rapidly dying thermostat can lead to significant homeowner discomfort during summer and winter months. For Las Vegas homeowners, the lack of a functioning thermostat in summer is particularly unbearable. Avoid that frustration by listening to the symptoms. These warning signs may be..
Choosing a hot water heater usually isn’t something most of us think much about. You use the one that came with your house or apartment and don’t give it another thought until you step into the shower and (gasp!) realize it isn’t working! But, when your plumber tells you it is time to shop for..
There are two ways the water in your house can be heated up: with a traditional water tank or with a tankless water heater. There are pros and cons to each water heater, but the tankless water heater beats out the traditional one on efficiency among other factors. The problem many homeowners..
Most water heaters have an average life expectancy of between eight to twelve years. Most quality tanks installed in homes today are lined with steel and have a glass or porcelain component. As a result, you will have to invest in water heater repair or replacement as your water heater succumbs..
Over time, any water heater—regardless of the brand or type—will tend to deliver less hot water over time. Proper maintenance and care can help to prevent this. Some problems can be hard to detect since the only sign would be a subtle decrease in the amount of hot water it produces.