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Disabled women gets an Air Conditioning unit donated, here’s how you could get one too.

On June 21st Jennifer Jax’s air conditioner croaked. With her Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, it’s already hard to breathe on a normal day. Now add 107 degrees and there’s a recipe for disaster. When Jennifer called around to multiple AC companies and even had a few over to diagnose the problem they told her shed have to pay over $800 upfront to get cool again. Now that might be ok for some but Jennifer being out of work and on disability just didn’t have it. Her poor cats were suffering as well that’s why Jennifer kept looking until she found Las Vegas Air Conditioning Inc. When the guys at Las Vegas Air Conditioning heard Jennifer’s story they acted fast and sent a technician to Jennifer’s home with orders to fix the machine for free. But, forfunantely for both parties the system proved to be in pretty bad shape and better off replaced. That’s fortunate for Jennifer because a new AC will save her a ton of electricity and ensure the home stays trouble free and cool for many years to come. And fortunately for Las Vegas Air because we found a great place to do a good deed.

Las Vegas Air Conditioning has a Good Deeds program designed to locate those who need our help. Just go to www.lasvegasair.net and theres a place to leave your story. If you know someone who just needs the help whether its you, a family member or a friend. send us the story and if it touches the right heart they could receive a free service.

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Las Vegas Air Repairs a Failed AC Unit With Temperatures Over 110 Degrees.

On June 21, temperatures at the Maciulewicz house climbed to 95 degrees all too fast, before they realized the AC had failed. Thats the problem in Las Vegas, with temperatures of unto 118 degrees in some areas of the city. The home can get hot fast if the air conditioner is not working properly. Thats why the Malciulewicz acted fast and called Las Vegas Air Conditioning. After no time at all the Las Vegas Air Conditioning company arrived and were greeted by Jeff Gillan from News 3 Las Vegas. Jeff proceeded to document our team as they diagnosed and thankfully repaired that air conditioner in less than 30 minutes. With cool air circulating again the Maciulewicz house will be sleeping sound once again.

Check out these cool tips for saving some energy this summer. These general maintenance tips can save more than energy they can save you from breaking and needing repair

  1. When your not home turn the temperature up 4-5 degrees.
  2. Don’t watch your AC rattle, a rattle means your going to have a leak soon.
  3. Keep the AC clean, spray the coil with water once a year.
  4. Have a professional look at it for the more extensive preventative maintenance measures.

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We saved this lady from the doghouse – 11 o’clock news on channel 3

Las Vegas Air Conditioning was dispatched to a Las Vegas residence late Friday night. Upon arrival, we determined the compressor was not starting. Luckily we were able to replace the capacitor and save the compressor this time. And it’s a good thing because the homeowner was about to sleep in the dog house because it had its own air conditioner and was the only cool place.

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Why Do Air Conditioning Systems Keep Getting More Expensive?

1. Manufacturers raise prices across the board every year. With costs going up every year on material for everything from copper to steel and utilities rising for everyone including manufacturers. The cost to make an air conditioner goes up every year. And, of course they raise the selling price accordingly every year.
2. EPA Has set new federal regulations. With new EPA laws that deem the regular refrigerant or “freon” harmful to the ozone. They have restricted the use of R-22 forcing the manufacturers to spend millions of research dollars redesigning their systems to use a different type of refrigerant R-410A. This is the second time this happened, once before it happened to R-12 in cars.
3. The cost of Gas and Insurance Rises. With raising Insurance costs and Gas prices local air conditioning companies are spending more to get to your home and more on insurance to be able to work on your home.
4. The cost of Installation Keeps going up. Again with rising material costs and labor rates including workman comp some companies are spending thousands of dollars a month in just insurance and quadruple that on Labor. The average air conditioning company could be spending $50,000 a month in overhead costs, uniforms, cell phones, office rent utility bills. All this just to be able to work on your home.
5. Demand for a better service by consumers. With raising demands for quality services like 24 hour on call service and longer warranties. Companies are spending even more on labor due to paying technicians overtime and late night hazard pay. It’s so much more than just buying an air conditioner and slapping it in. Typically you can take the cost of the air conditioner and times it by 2.5 and that is the actual cost to a licensed law abiding air conditioning company to install it for your home. after they pay everything mentioned above.

6. Obamacare. With the new laws included in Obamacare companies have now seen health insurance costs go drastically. the average employee has kids and a wife so insurance for 1 employee can be as high as $700 now times that by 40 and thats $28,000 a month going out and unfortunately theres nothing we can do about it except pay and pass the costs on to the price book. Either that, break the law or go out of business.

Long story short is the cost to do business and be able to offer a warranty has dramatically skyrocketed in the last few years and unfortunately it will keep going up every February. So if your in the market to buy a new ac unit. Do it before February 1st or pay more.

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Keeping Your Air Conditioning Unit Running Properly in 100+ Degree Heat

Stephen Gamst of Las Vegas Air Conditioning was on the News 3 evening news cast on Tuesday, June 16. Stephen went over a number of things that you can do for preventative maintenance to keep your air conditioning unit running smoothly to keep your home cool this summer in the desert.

You can read the full story on the News 3 website or watch the video below.

Keeping AC units running in triple digit heat

LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — We live in the desert. We just entered our triple-digit season. What could go wrong? How about your A-C unit?

Air conditioning repairmen are already working overtime this week to fix units that have crashed valley wide.

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Commercial Air Conditioning Maintenance, Why’s It Important and What’s Involved.

Commercial Air Conditioning Maintenance

What’s the Point? What Does It Prevent? How Do We Do It? What’s Involved?

The point of air conditioning maintenance is simple, stop your troubles before they happen. To that regard a maintenance is not simply a check-up. There are two types of air conditioning companies. A company that sends out a man who inspects the air conditioner then tells you what he wants you to buy. That’s one type and that’s also most of them, but if you find a company that performs a real summer ac maintenance or what I call a “clean, tune and inspect”. Then and only then will it be worth it.

A true air conditioning preventative maintenance will involve more than a simple inspection, it will involve cleaning or acid washing of both indoor and outdoor coils. Now you don’t have to tear apart and acid wash every evaporator coil you come across. Evaporator coils need cleaned when they are dirty and depending on how often the filters were changed has a big impact on the frequency but, on average expect to acid wash an evaporator coil approximately every 5-10 years. Also, clean off all the wires as dirty wires will not insulate the voltage running through them as well as clean wires, it’s called tracking. Once the system is clean move on to the electrical. You’ll want to test the capacitor, be sure it’s within 6% of its design. Also test all motors and the compressor’s windings, starting amps and use a megohmmeter to test the insulation on the wires inside the motors and compressor as knowing that will give you insight into how much longer that part will last.

Early replacement of select parts is optional but, I do it. We see the small wear and tear parts like contractors or capacitors fail approximately every 7-10 years. But, when small parts fail you run the risk of damaging the more costly items. That’s why we recommend replacing these wear and tear parts during your 10 year maintenance or earlier when they look to be wearing. Another vital part of maintenance is to check and feel all the wires. Brittle, loose or burning wires should be replaced or tightened before they get worse or cause worse. If you do find brittle or burning wires you should look deeper for the root cause which may be but not limited to failing compressor or motor, bad capacitor or even just a simple loose connection so go through and tighten all the connections.

Once your sure of your electrical start the machine paying attention to the starting amps on the compressor, a failing compressor will start to pull higher amps on start which will damage the compressor slowly every time it starts. The only solution here is to either replace the compressor which is not practical or install a hard start kit to help the compressor start. A hard start kit is a great item that can help a failing compressor start and run an extra few years or it can help a new compressor from ever having that problem so a hard start kit is good for every system whether its starting easy or not. ( hard start kits are for single phase systems only, if you have a 3 phase system you rely on an extra wild leg to start instead).
Now its on to the fun stuff, your refrigerant charge. Put your gauges on your system and watch the pressures, adding or recovering refrigerant to obtain your desired superheat or sub cooling depending on whether the air conditioner has a tav or a fixed rate piston. If your system has a fixed rate piston then you’ll need to charge to your target superheat. To determine target superheat you’ll need to use this equation ( indoor return air wet bulb temperature x 3 – 80 – outdoor ambient divided by 2 = target superheat or just use your i-manifold and it will do all that math for you. On systems with a expansion valve you’ll want to charge by sup cooling to the manufacturer specks.
Last but not the least is drain lines, its highly vital that we blow out drain lines with a high pressure inert gas like nitrogen to be sure that are clear and draining properly. The last thing you want is clogged drain line and water overflowing the side of the drain pan running into the ducts or worse on your drywall inside. All these things will help your commercial or residential air conditioner run without breakdowns this summer and last as long as god will allow, and that is all we can hope for.

Stephen Gamst

Las Vegas Air Conditioning Inc.

6220 Kimberly Ave #13

Las Vegas, NV 89122

(702) 437-1888

www.lasvegasair.net

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Home Air Conditioning, Buyers Guide

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If you’re looking to replace a home air conditioning system, then you are facing a big decision with so many possible answers. It can get confusing and everyone you talk to says a different thing or likes a different brand. Well that’s because everyone has an interest, or maybe has a different goal. What’s the best type or brand of air conditioner? For instance, may have many different answers based on your goals. One air conditioning system may be the most energy efficient while another may be more reliable. To further confuse the issue, where you live may also effect which air conditioner would be best for you. I’ll give you an example, if you lived in Las Vegas where the summers can reach a miserable 118 degrees. You probably have a hot side of the house so a two stage or variable speed air conditioning system would help extend the runtime, evening out the temperatures. But, if say you lived in North Carolina where temperatures reach up to 100 degrees summer you’d still have that problem but less extreme. But, if you choose the wrong contractor and they do a lousy job. It won’t matter what type or brand of equipment you purchased, it will fail prematurely, give you higher energy costs and decreased comfort.

In this Buyers guide we will go over the different type, brand and seer of available air conditioning equipment in 2015 and which may best for you based on your climate and goals. We will also go over, how to choose a reputable contractor who will treat you right and do a good job.

We have looked to our peers and other HVAC professionals to help write this Buyers Guide via YouTube and Google+. We have they’re opinions and compared the results to find the commons based by region or goals. This Guide is unbiased and the collaborated work of some of the best and what I’d call 1%ers of the HVAC professionals around the country.

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 “1 in 10 air conditioners in the US are installed wrong, according to the department of energy and energy star”.

How to Choose a Good Contractor for Your Air Conditioning Installation or Replacement.

With so many contractors to choose from, there are a few ways you can be sure your contractor is going to do a great job. Here’s what some HVAC pro’s had to say.

“Choose a Contractor based on Reputation” Tazzman  trane8

“Reputation means everything” Talyn875

“Research and don’t make fast decisions” Stephen Rardon

“Reputation and Good Reviews” Ronnie Ross

1.       Choose a Contractor with a good reputation. A contractor who has a good reputation will most likely care about his reputation and therefore, he will do a good job to avoid a complaint. If you choose a HVAC company with mostly positive reviews online they will be likely to ask you for a review afterwards and hopefully they perform to a level becoming of a 5 star review. On the flip side a contractor who has a history of complaints or bad reviews obviously cares more about money than reputation. The Better Business Bureau is also a good place to check a contractor’s reputation.

2.       Don’t guess on size. A Good contractor will not size your equipment based solely on square footage or the size of the old equipment as it could have been wrong. There are many variables to sizing an air conditioner like the type of walls, ceiling height, number and size of windows, number of appliances in the room, square footage, zip code and even whether your homes on a concrete slab or was it built in another fashion. Most contractors will use proven methods like the Manual J or the Manual D to properly size HVAC equipment or ducts.

3.       A good contractor will sit down with you and ask a lot of questions before replacing your homes air conditioner. It is impossible for a contractor to know about all of your homes issues, if he doesn’t ask. For example ( Are there any rooms in the home that are warm or warmer than the rest of the rooms in the summer? And Are there any areas or rooms that are cold in the winter? Maybe why do you want to replace your air conditioner? ). These are questions we have to ask in order to do a good job. If a contractor doesn’t ask you about the hot bedrooms then he wasn’t planning on fixing that issue during the process and a good contractor will solve all of your homes comfort problems in one move. Also if a contractor doesn’t ask you why you’d like a new unit then how does he know you’re going to be happy afterwards? Basically a good contractor will ask the appropriate questions so he can do a good job.

4.       Choose a contractor who offers you options and advises honestly. Don’t buy from a man who is pressuring you, scaring you or telling you that you have to buy a new unit. I’m here to tell you anything can be fixed, replacing your air conditioner is and always will be your choice. If old things couldn’t be fixed, there would be no antique cars on the road. That being said there are a lot of good reasons and benefits to replacing or upgrading your homes hvac system like higher efficiency increased comfort and peace of mind. But it will always be your choice.

5.       Most importantly is you have to do your due diligence and check facts before buying. Some more quick things to judge your contractor by are. Time in business if they’ve been around awhile they probably figured out that doing a good job is in their best interest. Design of the trucks and the company website – If they have spent money on themselves building their brand, then they obviously plan to be around for more years to come.

6. Make sure your contractor goes in the attic and measures the indoor unit. Also be sure he is quoting new supply and return plenums or at least measures and attempts to use new plenums. What I mean is in a perfect world we’d install new plenums on every system and the supply plenum would be 5 feet long but in the real world attics can be small and we may only have 2 feet to work with or less. So in tight spots we have to fit what fits. So be sure the contractor goes and looks to see what will fit. Also be sure the contractor is not going to hang your furnace or air handler using metal strap, allthread and angle iron or allthread and unistrut is the proper way to hang a system that’s hung from the roof. Also be sure they quote you secondary drain pans, new electrical disconnect, new electrical whip, new pvc drain, condenser pad if needed, sealing of duct connections with duct sealant not tape. and most important, make sure they commission the furnace and startup the condenser adjusting the refrigerant charge by superheat and subcooling.

Once you’ve selected a good contractor to do your install, selecting the type and brand of equipment is next.

So which air conditioning system is the best? Well that’s a big question, what does best mean? The most reliable, easiest to repair, most energy efficient or maybe fastest time till payback. As you can see best for one may not be the best for everyone. So in order to advise what’s best we have to know your goals (see why it’s important that the contractor asks questions, why are you replacing it, what’s your goal?).

 

What’s the best Air Conditioner?

There are many different manufacturers and types of air conditioners in 2015. But understand one thing, the difference in air conditioners today is not the seer rating. All that means is how much electricity it will use, the higher the seer the less power it will use to cool the home. The real big difference in air conditioning equipment of 2015 is in how they work. Basically you have the following choices.

A. Single Stage equipment – Usually 14 -16 seer in ac mode and 80% AFUE in heating depending on the manufacturer, and can only run at one speed 100% or ON. That means a unit like this will turn on at 100% then back off when the thermostat satisfies or reaches its desired set point. This type of system is proven and very easy to fix with parts off most any hvac man’s truck and if installed right could last 30 years. The downside to single stage is it creates a temperature swing in the home. Every time the ac system is completely off the home is warming in the summer. But if you’re in a high heat area like Las Vegas, Texas or Arizona. You’ll probably experience a ton of heat penetrating into the home and making one part of the house hot while your single stage system is cycled off.

B. Two Stage Equipment – Usually between 14 – 18 Seer in ac mode and 80 -97.5% AFUE in heating. Two stage equipment can slow down and run at a lower speed, allowing the system a longer runtime. A longer runtime will help even out the temperatures from room to room and give you a more stable temperature. Also since 2 stage air conditioners have less starting and stopping, the compressors and motors will take less wear. Another benefit to 2 stage is since the system will run at a slower speed; the unit will be much quieter than a single stage air conditioner. The down side to 2 stage equipment is the increased equipment cost and the increased chance of having to special order a part in the event of a breakdown.

C. Variable Speed Systems – 18 – 21+ Seer in ac mode and 97% AFUE in heating. Variable speed air conditioners utilize a different type of technology, instead of 24 volts ac they communicate with DC and the compressor runs off a variable DC drive. This technology allows the compressor to slow down to 20% or any speed in-between. What that means to you is the air conditioner will try to stay running all the time. Only blowing in the amount of air necessary to maintain a stable temperature to within ½ degree. Technology has proven that DC is more stable and more reliable so 20 seer variable speed air conditioners have an advantage in reliability and provide the most comfort of any type equipment. Also with ratings of 20+ seer variable speed boasts the highest efficiency. But, DC also needs a stronger conductor than 24 volts AC so if you live in a high humidity area then you may see higher failure due to the increased rust and humidity corroding your circuit boards and wire terminals. On the other hand In Las Vegas with hot dry air Dc can thrive and last. The downside to variable speed equipment is if it ever breaks, you’re probably going to have to call the man who put it in because not a lot of technicians are familiar with this type equipment yet. Also if it breaks the odds of having to order the part are high as these machines are too new so nobody carries parts for them as a normal truck stock item.

Variable Speed Blower Motors – Can be equipped with any system and probably comes automatic on 2 stage or 16 seer+ equipment. Variable speed blower motors are simply motors that can speed up or down. Having a variable speed motor will make your system quieter, more energy efficient and if done right, more reliable. The downside is the increased replacement cost if ever your blower motor fails out of warranty.


Now that you understand the different types of air conditioners available today it’s up to you to decide which one is best for you. We will not talk about the cost because Costs vary greatly from state to state, but just know a contractor cannot be the best and the cheapest. I would say a good honest contractor usually falls somewhere in the middle. You don’t want a low baller who will cut corners and you don’t want some slick tongued white shirt wearing comfort consultant either. And if you’re looking to simply get a new one because your current system is broken and you want the quickest time till payback then single stage is probably your quickest easiest and cheapest decision. Don’t buy high seer equipment just to save more because they cost more and that’s a mathematical equation I find people are not very happy with afterwards.

Still Looking for the best? Here’s a list of the winners when we polled other HVAC pros around the country.

  • Reliability – In reliability 38% feel single stage is the most reliable including Powlas HVAC, Ronnie Ross, harry Dickenson, Tazzman and Kathy D via Google+ On the exact opposite 31% of users feel that the variable speed DC system was the most reliable including Stephen Rardon of Holly Springs NC. Felipi Balli, Las Vegas Air Conditioning and Nate Brown
  • Ease Of Repair – Well that was a land slide Best in Class for ease of repair goes to single stage.
  • Comfort – Best in Class goes to the Variable Speed System. In what was basically a landslide 67% of people polled said they would put a variable speed system in their home if comfort was their goal. Including Harry Dickenson, Billy Knoth, KatFan, Laurie Hoyer Schuman and Mr. I manifold Stephen Rardon. 22% chose 2 stage for comfort including Talyn875, Rob HVAC and Frank Mashione. So for comfort 89% of users polled chose 2 stage or variable.
  • Efficiency – Well that’s easy the higher the seer the higher the efficiency. Variable speed wins there.
  • Time Till Payback – This is a tricky subject because it all depends on what you pay. If you pay $5000 for a 14 seer system and your neighbor pays 6 years for the exact same system time till payback is different, so choose a reputable contractor who cares for his reputation and your time till payback will be the shortest due to your system working properly and at maximum efficiency assuming it was installed correctly.

As you can see the decision to replace your homes air conditioner is big and could go great or horribly wrong. Bottom line is do your homework and choose a reputable contractor and a system that best suits your personal needs and you’re more likely to be happy with your purchase afterwards as that’s what it’s about.

 

About the Author

Stephen Gamst is the current President at Las Vegas Air Conditioning Inc.

Since almost birth Stephen was trained by his father SGT John Gamst USMC and a great HVAC Tech. After 10 years of field training Stephen went and graduated hvac and commercial refrigeration. Now with 25 years field and school training Stephen runs successful H.V.A.C. operation in Las Vegas Nevada. Stephen is also the Author of the “AC Repair Matrix” a step by step how to repair an air conditioner tutorial that’s currently available on the I-phone app store. Stephen Gamst is also Editor at DMOZ and the inventor of the world’s first live video broadcaster capable of broadcasting a Google plus hangout on air live from the field and with 0 delays. Stephen has been featured on News 3, News 8, Wake Up With The Wagner’s and Good Morning America. Stephen is also the special lead speaker at the national wearable technology summit coming October 15, 2015. For more Articles by Stephen you can contact him here.

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Worst I’ve seen in Las Vegas, thats why you call licensed professionals.

When your Heating or Air Conditioning system malfunctions, don’t just call your friend or cousin bobby’s friend either. Call a licensed professional that has a proven track record and has a licensing board to answer to.

Last winter I went to a no heating call to help a cold Las Vegas citizen. This man told me “ the guy who looked at it before you took some parts to look for replacements, but I can’t reach him now”. So what I found on the roof was absolutely shocking. The company or man had stolen this man’s heat exchanger and left his heating system in shambles. Here is the Video

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What did I run into

Calling an un-licensed company or person leaves you dry when there’s trouble. When you allow someone to work on your home, calling a licensed professional who cares about his reputation has mostly 5 or 4 star reviews or we could say a proven track record of happy customers. Calling a company like this guarantees they will act in a way to avoid a complaint. And, that means treating you with respect, answering the phone and being on time. But mostly speaking the honest truth and in the event that there was an issue that company would most likely jump to make it right before a complaint is recorded.

Here is a list of things I would advise you look at before choosing a company to call to your home.

1.       Make sure they are A or A+ with the better business bureau.

2.       Make sure they have mostly 4-5 star reviews on Google because you can’t fake those.

3.       Make sure they send you a technician and not a salesman, (if he shows up clean as a whistle and doesn’t bring his tools. Then he didn’t come to fix anything.

4.       If they do not answer the phone professionally then just move on.

5.       If they can not send you a technician today then move on, there are others who offer same day.

And if you’ve read this try visiting my air conditioning repair info page to learn more or schedule me our my guys to service your Las Vegas home. Or if you live in other states visit my you tube page for links to other great air conditioning companies around the world.

By Stephen Gamst of Las Vegas Air Conditioning Inc.

6220 Kimberly Ave Unit 13

Las Vegas, NV 89122

702-437-1888

www.lasvegasair.net

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Repair or Replace an Air Conditioner?

Repair or Replace that is the question.

If you’ve ever found yourself wondering, should I replace my air conditioner? How long will my air conditioning last?
Those are questions everyone has pondered at some point. Now, I will answer all the important questions regarding air conditioning replacement vs. repairing the old unit.
There are a lot of good reasons to replace an air conditioner, but it should never be your only choice, as everything can be fixed. If old things couldn’t be retro-fitted or repaired there would be no antique cars on the road. And there are plenty of those, that being said it may not be a good idea to repair an old unit or there may be numerous other reasons that might make replacing the old ac system with a newer model. Newer model air conditioners have come a long way in technology, in ways of efficiency and comfort.

Good reasons to replace an air conditioner are:

1. Your unit is 12 or more years old – Technology has come a long way in 12 years we can make your home 10 times more comfortable with stable temperatures using new 2 stage technology. And energy efficiency has doubled in 12 years.

2. You have a bad compressor and your system is over 8 years old – Compressors are very expensive and are the hearts of air conditioners. If your compressor fails consider replacement as some compressors are 50% the cost of a whole new system and the new system would have 5 or 10 years warranty vs. a 1 year warranty on a replacement compressor. And after a replacement compressor, the new one usually doesn’t last as long as the original because any blockage or other failing parts are already worn starting on day one of your new compressors life.
3. Your coil is rusted – If your coils start rusting and leaking, fixing a leak is only a Band-Aid as rust means another leak will occur guaranteed.
4. If you are paying too much in power – Today a new air conditioner can lower a power bill by so much that in some cases, we can finance a new system for $80 a month and then we lower the power bill by $100 which is like saving $20 a month and getting a new system and warranty. If you are one of the ones paying too much in power than keeping your old system is a waste, it’s just math.
5. Your home has hot or cold rooms – If you have rooms that are always hotter or cooler than other rooms certain times a year, it may be caused by improper duct balancing or from an improperly sized air conditioner. Either way consider this when deciding whether to repair or replace?
6. If your air conditioner takes r-22 Freon you may want to consider replacement – The E.P.A. has deemed r-22 Freon deadly to the ozone. New systems are using r-410A which is ozone safe but also a new r-410A system will blow colder air for less electricity making it the green choice for many reasons. R-22 systems are coming more costly to repair due to the difficulty and price of obtaining r-22 after the government regulations.
I won’t make a list for why to keep your old unit because; if none of the reasons above apply to you then you should just fix or keep your old unit. But when faced with a decision to repair or replace you should simply know all the benefits of replacement and then decide if it makes sense to you at that time.
The benefits to a new air conditioner are:
• A new air conditioner can lower the energy consumption by as much as 60% depending on your situation.
• A variable speed system will circulate air through the entire home eliminating the need for fans and it will do it with only 80 watts of power.
• A Variable speed system even out temperatures from room to room – imagine never having a hot spot, room or flash.
• A new unit is quiet
New systems come with 10 year warranties
There you have it, replacing an air conditioner can benefit you by providing a more stable temperature in the home and lowering a power bill by 60% but if your air conditioner is already installed right and all your rooms are same temperature and your power bills are already low then you’re in good shape. But don’t forget to get a routine maintenance check-up because if your machine is ok now, we want to keep it that way.

By Stephen Gamst
Las Vegas Air Conditioning Inc.
6220 Kimberly Ave Unit 13
Las Vegas, NV 89122
702-437-1888
www.LasVegasAir.net
Stephen@lasvegasair.net

 

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Stephen Gamst on News 3 talks about a Fall checkup for your A/C and Furnace

What do you need to do to get your home ready for fall? Stephen talks about the steps you should take to prepare your air conditioning and heating system prepared for the fall and winter on News 3 in Las Vegas.

Preparing your home for fall. Here are three things we check with every air conditioning and heating system maintenance:

  • Carbon Monoxide leakage
  • Burning wires
  • Water drain lines

Give us a call today at 702-437-1888 to have Las Vegas Air Conditioning complete a heating and air conditioning system maintenance for your home.