Heating, Furnace, and Air Conditioning Repair in Las Vegas
Las Vegas HVAC Repair and Service
When the air conditioning and heating system in your Las Vegas home or office stops working, you can count on Service 1st Energy Solutions to get your HVAC system repaired quickly! Because we focus on energy conservation, we will also give you advice on making your HVAC system work as efficiently as possible. Your HVAC system has a lot to do with your power bill, which should come as no surprise, especially in our superheated L as Vegas desert climate. Heating and cooling your home costs about $1,000 per year – nearly half your total energy bill. Keeping your system running at top efficiency with semi-annual checkups and regular filter changes or looking at a new system when yours begins to age makes sense both dollar-wise and comfort-wise.
HVAC Systems and Components We Install, Service and Repair
Our factory-trained, certified and friendly technicians have years of experience installing, servicing, and repairing various air conditioning/heating systems and components, such as:
We service all major brands such as Lennox, Amana, GE, Goodman, Trane, LG and Carrier.
How to Avoid Air Conditioning and Heating Problems Now
- Give your HVAC system a seasonal service twice a year – for only $79! This overall check up keeps your system operating at top efficiency.
- Suspect a problem? Get a diagnosis for only $39! If we do the repairs for you, then the diagnosis is free.
- Join our Energy Savers Club and enjoy a yearly maintenance contract with two seasonal service visits per year.
- If your air conditioner or heating system is starting to show its age, we can help you plan and budget for a new system that will save you money on your monthly power bill while keeping you and your family or staff comfortable year-round.
Is It Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System?
Air conditioners use about 5% of all the electricity produced in the United States, at a cost of over $11 billion to homeowners. As a result, roughly 100 million tons of carbon dioxide are released into the air each year – an average of about two tons for each home with an air conditioner. Switching to high-efficiency air conditioners and taking other actions to keep your home cool could reduce this energy use by 20-50%. The Encyclopedia of Alternative Energy and Sustainable Living: Air Conditioner.
Reduce your HVAC energy consumption AND lower your utilities bill. Contact Service First Energy Solutions today at (702) 463-0244 or submit the form to schedule your FREE Energy Evaluation.