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Why You Should Upgrade from a Portable AC Unit to a New HVAC Installation in Las Vegas


You’ve tried to make the best of the summer’s blistering, relentless heat. But going home to a window or portable air conditioning unit is a lot like jumping in the back seat of someone’s car and constantly shifting your position so that at least your forehead benefits from a blast of intermittent cool air.

You try to grin and bear it, but enough is enough.

Like many of your neighbors, you may be just one 100-degree-day away from giving the green light to an HVAC installation in Las Vegas. But first, you may wish to run down the list of annoyances of temporary cooling methods one more time:

Window Units are Inherently Flawed

Window air conditioners can be an affordable temporary solution, but their limitations underscore why they usually don’t assume permanent occupancy in a home. Window units steer many people to an HVAC installation in Las Vegas because the units can be:

  • Limited in range, sometimes unable to cool even one room comfortably
  • Less efficient than billed, especially if the seals are poorly secured and let warm outdoor air indoors
  • Noisy, especially when the “low” setting is kicked up to “medium” or “high”
  • A security risk, especially on a lower level
  • A maintenance nuisance if they leak water outdoors to an inopportune place
  • An eyesore, especially because you cannot cover or disguise them

Portable ACs Can Be “a Lot of Hot Air”

Window units can seem like bliss when contrasted to portable units, which Consumer Reports warned readers to regard “as the cooling choice of last resort” because many tested units:

  • “Barely got a room below sweltering, let alone the 78 degrees Fahrenheit that’s considered the upper threshold of indoor comfort.”
  • Aren’t nearly as “portable” as people think since they: often weigh between 50 and 80 pounds; can be difficult to roll over carpet; and a hose must be connected to a window.
  • Must be positioned far away from walls or furniture to encourage air flow and so create an obstruction.

Add Up the Benefits of Central Air as Part of an HVAC Installation in Las Vegas

It may be tempting to liken the comfort of central air conditioning to jumping from the rear seat to the front seat of a car on a hot summer day. But even that is an understatement when you consider that central air conditioning:

  • Delivers cool air to every room in a home – and on all levels
  • Reduces humidity (which is what Willis Carrier had top-of-mind when he invented what he called his “dew point control system” in 1902)
  • Improves indoor air quality – a particular relief for people who suffer from asthma and other respiratory illnesses
  • Can be more affordable to operate than temporary cooling units (which run constantly)
  • Improves a home’s marketability
  • Runs quietly – and sometimes without detection except for the clicking sound when the thermostat engages
  • Does not detract from the aesthetics of a home since the main component (the compressor) is installed outdoors
  • Is simple to manage and operate – and can be made even more so with a programmable thermostat

In case these benefits aren’t motivation enough to schedule an HVAC installation in Las Vegas, consider saving $1,000 off a unit with our Summer End Closeout deal. We’ll ensure that your system is sized correctly so that you can finally dispense with temporary cooling solutions – and learn what it’s like to find full relief from the city’s blistering, relentless heat. Give us a call at (702) 385-2665 to take advantage of this special while it lasts!

 

 

 

 




How to Know if the Door-to-Door AC Inspections Solicitor is a Scam


The BBB, our national business watchdog, has issued a flurry of “scam alerts” notifying homeowners around the country about door-to-door hucksters trying to sell everything from AC inspections and duct cleaning services to gutters and siding.

You might think that anyone who tries to drum up business by going door-to-door is on the shady side. But the BBB isn’t willing to go that far, saying that some door-knockers “operate ethically and represent reputable companies.” They are simply trying to make a living — and often seize the opportunity to do so after a neighborhood has been struck by an act of nature, such as torrential rains, hail, high winds, floods or other natural disasters. In times like these, they can provide a much-needed service (though their inflated fees don’t always conform to their purported compassionate presence).

It’s the shady characters you have to stare down, and we want to help you put on your game face. After all, you didn’t schedule an appointment for these people to visit your home. They’re showing up with the hope they can sell you something, so heed these five “buyer beware” tips from the BBB:

  • Stand your ground if you have a “no solicitors” sign near your front door. A Las Vegas code reads that “no person engaged in peddling or soliciting shall…attempt to peddle or solicit at any dwelling where there is displayed near its entrance a sign bearing the words ‘no peddlers or solicitors’ or other words of similar import…”
  • Ask to see identification. An honest sales person won’t hide anything, especially identification. Door-to-door sales people may not wear shirts imprinted with their name and company – unlike the technicians at Instant Air – but they should offer a photo ID and business card.
  • Resist offers that are accompanied by deadline pressure. “One-day only” offers are often extended by “contractors” who won’t be in town two days later. And “group” discounts that are conditional on the mutual acceptance of neighbors are suspicious, too. Reputable contractors don’t resort to high-pressure tactics.
  • Know your rights if you do sign a contract. The Federal Trade Commission’s “three-day cooling off rule gives consumers three days to cancel purchases of more than $25 that are made in their home or at a location that is not the seller’s permanent place of business.” A sales person should provide a receipt and a cancellation form that a consumer can send to the company to cancel the contract. By law, a company must provide a refund within 10 days of receiving a cancellation notice.
  • Trust your gut instinct. Better to talk with strangers outdoors. But if you do invite a stranger into your home and he (or she) gives you any reason to fear for your safety, ask the person to leave. If they delay or refuse, call 911.

Be Safe and Avoid the AC Inspection Scams

With worries like these to navigate, it’s no wonder that so many Las Vegas residents simply do not answer the doorbell for sales people. And if they need an important service such as an AC inspection or duct cleaning, they call a reputable, trustworthy company that has long called Las Vegas home – and has the satisfied customers to prove it. Give Instant Air a call at (702) 385-2665 and you can rest easy knowing our technicians put our custom




The Ultimate Las Vegas Home Maintenance Checklist


Most homeowners have a “honey-do” list, even if they penned it themselves.

But when the outdoor temperature is equivalent to that of an oven, you may look at that list and think, Honey, there’s no way I want to do anything outside.”

With windows usually closed and lots of dust accumulating inside, there are plenty of indoor home maintenance tasks needing your attention. You’ll feel productive – and breathe easier, too – when you shake the dust off your list and:

  • Check your air conditioner filter. If it’s clogged with dirt – and it probably is if it’s been a few months since you took a good look at it – replace it with a new one. A dirty filter undercuts the efficiency of your air conditioner and can even cause it to shut down. Some of that dust travels right through the ducts and into your home, too.
  • Clean out your dryer vent. A clogged vent wastes energy and forces your dryer to run longer. Worse, it can pose a fire hazard.
  • Vacuum the coils on your refrigerator. Brace yourself for the moment you move the refrigerator away from the wall. If it’s been a while since you tackled this home maintenance task, you may be startled by the dust, dirt and crumbs you’ll find. Removing it all will help ensure the compressor doesn’t falter.
  • Dust your ceiling fans. And be prepared for the clumps of dust you’re bound to find. Spread a drop cloth on the floor unless you are planning to mop or vacuum when you’re done. You can stop some of the dust from flying by cleaning the blades with a dryer sheet (because the dust will cling to the sheet). Since kitchen ceiling fans can be magnets for grease and grime, plan to clean the blades with a de-greaser after you remove the dust.
  • Clean and deodorize your mattress. You may be wondering, “Is there really dust in there?” Health experts say that since dust is ubiquitous and penetrating, you can count on it. You also breathe the dust every night, so remove the mattress cover, vacuum the mattress and sprinkle baking soda over the top. Let it settle in so it can remove any odors before vacuuming again.
  • Restore the full functionality of your keyboards. Turn older ones upside down first to shake free the loose particles that have fallen inside. Then spray compressed air around the keys before following up with a disinfectant wipe.

Dusting Off Your Las Vegas Home Maintenance Checklist

Like many of the home maintenance tasks above, going on a “dusting spree” will inevitably expand in scope. Make the most of your gathering steam and:

  • Use dryer sheets or microfiber cloths instead of paper towels to get a grip on dust.
  • Work from the top down in a room so you only need to vacuum or clean the floor once.
  • After you’re finished dusting, restore a shine to surfaces (except wood) with a 50-50 mix of vinegar and water.

Lastly, cover your bases with an HVAC preventive maintenance membership. As you work feverishly on one Las Vegas home maintenance project after another, the last thing you need to worry about is your air conditioner shutting down. Keep your cool and call Instant Air today at (702) 385-2665.




Summer Heat Tips : Things to Do to Help Your Home Combat the Heat


At some point, you probably have received an envelope in the mail that was sealed so tight you had to use a pair of scissors to rip it open. Wouldn’t it be great, especially this summer, if your home’s envelope was sealed just as securely?

You will never be able to stop warm, outdoor air from trying to seep into your home; it’s going to happen no matter what you do. But you can make your home as cool as possible by taking four proactive steps: sealing your windows and doors; installing insulation; hanging sun-blocking window treatments; and using ceiling fans in tandem with your air conditioner.

Reinforce Your Envelope

Like many homeowners, you may have reconciled yourself to the fact that warm air naturally rises. But you may not know warm air also is determined to “chase” after cooler space. “During the summer, heat moves from outdoors to the house interior,” the U.S. Department of Energy says.

Warm air will eventually find a point of entry through a home’s envelope – a builder’s term that refers to a home’s attic and roof, subfloor, windows, exterior walls and doors. To combat this force of nature:

  • Inspect your windows and doors for cracks, gaps and holes, but don’t rely on a visual inspection alone. Wait for a day with no outdoor breeze and run a lighter or feather around the perimeter. If the flame or feather flutters, a leak is present. Seal movable components with weather-stripping and stationary components with caulk, the Department of Energy There are many other places your home could be serving as a passageway for warm air (think of all the openings for wires and vents), so consult this handy guide for help in tracking them down.
  • Insulate your home. Follow a “top-down” strategy and begin with the attic – a prime place for heat to congregate. Then work your way down the envelope, ensuring walls, ceilings, crawl space and basement contain both enough insulation and the proper R-value, or the amount of thermal resistance. Sometimes, there is more to installing insulation than may meet the eye. Since a properly insulated home could reduce your energy bills by 15 percent or more, it’s worth doing right and calling the professionals.
  • Evaluate your window treatments. They should be closed during the day to block heat from entering (yes, even if your windows are sealed like a submarine). Since the full force of the afternoon sun may be no match for lightweight treatments, consider quilted window treatments or those with an insulating liner to block the heat.
  • Run a ceiling fan in tandem with your air conditioner to create a wind-chill effect in a room, which should allow you to bump the temperature on the thermostat by 4 degrees without feeling one bit warmer. The higher temperature will save you money on your energy bill.

The Top Cooling Tip : Get Your Air Conditioner Tuned-Up

Of course, now is also the time to ensure your air conditioner is clean and running in peak condition so it doesn’t break down. Then again, with a preventive maintenance membership, you’ll never even have to give the subject a second thought. Call us at (702) 385-2665 for an annual tune-up and to safeguard one of the biggest financial investments you’ve made in your home.

 




How to Prep Your AC Unit Before Leaving on Vacation


You know from experience: just because you’re taking a vacation doesn’t mean your worries about what’s going on at home, like if your AC unit is running up your utility bill, take a vacation, too.

Of course, there’s a big difference between fleeting, intermittent thoughts of home and acute preoccupation, and the latter will probably interfere with the vacation you’ve planned, saved for and really want to enjoy.

Preparation is the surest way to liberate your anxieties so nothing goes haywire in your absence. Here are a few things to check off your list before locking up and leaving for vacation.

Secure Your AC Unit

  • Schedule your annual air conditioner tune-up, if you haven’t already. Your AC unit needs to be cleaned and lubricated regularly to ensure it runs efficiently (and saves you money on operating costs) and doesn’t conk out when you want or need it most. Think of those first crucial minutes as you walk through the door from vacation, drop your suitcases and lower the thermostat to cool down your home. A malfunctioning AC unit is one of the last things you’ll want to contend with.
  • Change your AC unit filter. Instant Air can do this for you during a tune-up, but it’s always a good idea to keep a few spare filters on hand. Check the filter every month and replace it when it’s so dirty you cannot see through it. And in our hot and dusty climate, the filter can get dirty in a hurry.
  • Turn up your thermostat, but do not completely turn off your air conditioner while you’re on vacation. It may seem like a waste of energy because no one will be home to enjoy the cool air you have to pay for. However, wood floors, doors and cabinets can expand and buckle in the face of excessive heat, and doors may no longer close properly. Set your thermostat to 88 degrees – the rationale being that this is about 10 degrees higher than you should set your thermostat at in the summer while you’re home, according to the S. Department of Energy. At 88 degrees, it will be warm in your house, but not excessive. Plus, your air conditioner will still be working to reduce humidity in the air so you do not return to a sauna-like environment.

Take Other Smart Safety Precautions

Your AC unit may be your most looming concern, but it shouldn’t be the only one. Before you leave on vacation, be sure to:

  • Turn off the main water supply. On the off-chance a pipe bursts while you’re on vacation, you will be spared a potential assault of thousands of gallons of water – and thousands of dollars in damages, too.
  • Unplug every single electrical device that is plugged directly into a wall in case there is a power interruption (or worse: a lightning strike) while you’re away. For devices plugged into a surge protector, flip the switch to the “off” position.
  • Put timers on lights throughout your home — in the back and front and on both levels — to foster the impression you’re home.
  • Install a motion-activated sensor on a floodlight in the backyard to deter a would-be burglar.

Leave for Vacation Knowing Your Home & AC Unit Will Be Fine

Mark these items off your preparation checklist and have an Instant Air technician give a quick AC unit tune-up so you can rest easy while on vacation. Also, if you need us for any reason while you’re on vacation, give us a call at (702) 385-2665 and we can be there. We know full well: you need one less thing to worry about while you’re on vacation.




5 Ways HVAC Maintenance in Las Vegas Can Prevent Breakdowns


The last thing you want in the dog days of summer is for the AC to stop working. From an uncomfortable home to missed work for a service appointment, a sudden breakdown can be a hassle. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here are five ways a Las Vegas HVAC maintenance team can prevent troubling breakdowns.

1) A Thorough Cleaning

When the evaporator coils in your AC unit get dirty, they cannot effectively remove heat from the air to cool your home. The result is an increased workload for your air conditioner and a potential midsummer breakdown. Instead, an annual cleaning will stop this problem in its tracks.

2) Electrical Connections

From deteriorating wires to hungry rodents, electrical issues can cause an instant breakdown of your HVAC system. Regular tune-ups from your Las Vegas HVAC maintenance company will find and repair electrical problems before you get burned.

3) Clogs and Debris

Your outdoor condenser unit sits in the yard, usually ignored until something goes wrong. An annual inspection by a qualified technician will reveal what that neglect can lead to: breakdowns. When weeds, plants, trash and debris accumulate around the unit, trouble is only a matter of time. When drains and condensate lines become clogged, your AC unit will go down and you could have water damage to clean up too.

4) Refrigerant Levels

Proper refrigerant levels are crucial to the functioning of your air conditioner, but it’s not something most homeowners should be checking on their own. On the other hand, checking for refrigerant is a standard checklist item for any routine AC maintenance. Plus, if low levels are detected, your technician can top off the refrigerant before it leads to a shutdown.

5) Wear and Tear

As with any appliance, a little wear and tear is a normal part of the machine’s operation. Discovering worn parts before they stop working will keep your home comfortable without interruptions. During an HVAC tune-up, your entire system will be checked for parts that may be on the brink of failure.

Staying on Top of Repairs with a Las Vegas HVAC Maintenance Membership

Regular maintenance will keep your HVAC system operating at its best throughout the season. You’ll reduce avoidable and costly repairs and cut down on system downtime. At Instant Air, we offer three tiers of coverage so you can pick a maintenance plan that’s just right for you. Plus, when you choose a plan, you’ll be assigned a dedicated technician who will stick with you for the duration of your membership.

To learn more or to schedule your Las Vegas HVAC maintenance appointment, contact Instant Air today by calling (702) 385-2665!




Boost Indoor Air Quality With Las Vegas Air Duct Cleaning Services


Are summer “allergies” troubling your family? The summer heat means more time indoors and for many, it means allergies despite the fact they’re not venturing outside much. So where are those allergens coming from? For many Las Vegas residents, those allergens can be found in their ducts and pushing into their home from their air conditioning unit. Learn how you can reduce irritation and improve your indoor air quality with a Las Vegas duct cleaning service.

The Dirty Truth about Ducts

You keep your home clean, making sure the floors are mopped, the bathrooms are scrubbed and the fans are dusted, but what about your air ducts? While your heating and cooling system may seem like a closed system, it’s surprisingly easy for dust, dirt, mold and vermin to make their way into your ducts and make it their home. Then, when it’s the heat of summer and the air conditioner is on full blast, that dirt, bacteria and mold gets dislodged and makes its way into your home, entering your airway and potentially causing irritation. While air ducts are often out of sight, out of mind, hiring a duct cleaning service can help ensure you maintain excellent air quality year-round.

How Our Las Vegas Duct Cleaning Service Works

Air duct cleaning should always be performed by trained technicians who understand the proper way to effectively clean air ducts. Our technicians start by removing your registers and sanitizing them. This removes any built-up grime and hair from the exterior of the system. Then, using a HEPA source, the technician will seal your duct system and create a negative pressure environment to pull all the hair, dirt and debris out. Once the ducts are clean, an antimicrobial treatment is applied to prevent future buildup of bacteria. Our technician will then clean the coils and blower which not only keeps your air clean but can reduce your electric bill. Finally, the technician will replace all parts and clean any mess that was made in the process.

Maintaining a Clean Air Duct System

While our Las Vegas air duct cleaning service can boost your air quality, you need to maintain minimize debris entering your ducts regularly.  The best way to maintain clean ducts in between service appointments is to change your filters regularly and keep your home dusted and vacuumed to prevent dirt from entering the ducts. While humidity isn’t a problem in the desert, keeping air ducts dry is imperative to maintaining your air quality, so make sure your bathroom fans work efficiently and are used dutifully.

If you’re ready to have your air ducts pumping out only clean, high quality air, call Instant Air at (702) 385-2665 for an appointment today.




How Often Should You Receive Las Vegas Air Conditioning Service Tune-Ups


During a moderate Las Vegas summer, you might be skeptical. You might even be cynical. But this is no moderate Las Vegas summer; this is one for the record books.

So it’s no time to doubt the advice of an authoritative source: if you haven’t yet scheduled your Las Vegas air conditioning service tune-up this year with Instant Air, it should be the next task on your “to-do” list.

Take it from the U.S. Department of Energy: “Maintain your equipment to prevent future problems and unwanted costs. Keep your cooling and heating system at peak performance by having a contractor do annual pre-season check-ups.”

Add Up the Reasons Why Las Vegas Air Conditioning Service is Necessary

Avoiding an expected breakdown on a steamy summer day is one motivator to schedule an appointment for Las Vegas air conditioning service. But a tune-up carries three other major benefits as well:

  • Benefit No. 1: A tuned-up air conditioner runs more efficiently. Cleaning and lubricating are two of the chief functions of a yearly air conditioner tune-up. Dirt is an air conditioner’s biggest nemesis, and an extreme buildup can even cause it to shut down. “An air conditioner’s filters, coils and fins require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service,” the Department of Energy says.
  • Benefit No. 2: A tuned-up air conditioner is a more economical air conditioner. A clean and lubricated air conditioner will not run as long to reach the temperature you’ve set on the thermostat. And the less your air conditioner runs, the less it will cost you each month. “Best practices” in maintenance can reduce energy use by between 10 to 20 percent across all climate zones in the United States, while “poor maintenance practices” can increase energy use by 30 to 60 percent, The New Buildings Institute says.
  • Benefit No. 3: A tuned-up air conditioner should last longer and maybe exceed its 10-to-15-year expected lifespan. Next to your car, your air conditioner is probably the most complex piece of machinery you own (even more than a furnace, which can run for 25 years). And like your car, your air conditioner depends on regular maintenance to run smoothly and go the distance.

Instant Air’s Las Vegas Air Conditioning Service Covers All the Bases

At Instant Air, we follow the tune-up directives of the U.S. Department of Energy and:

  • Clean the entire system.
  • Lubricate all moving parts.
  • Check the refrigerant.
  • Test for refrigerant leaks.
  • Check for and seal duct leaks.
  • Measure airflow through the evaporator coil.
  • Verify the correct electric control sequence.
  • Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections and apply a non-conductive coating, if necessary.
  • Check the belts for tightness and wear.
  • Check the accuracy of the thermostat.

Unlike your car, you probably have no idea how many “miles” you have put on your air conditioner since its last tune-up. But knowing the Las Vegas climate, the answer is probably considerable. Make an appointment for a Las Vegas air conditioning service tune-up with Instant Air by calling (702) 385-2667 before the heat gets the best of your system.




When Las Vegas AC Repair Can’t Fix Your Broken System: A Home Air Conditioning Buyer’s Guide


Choosing an air conditioner is one of those “eventuals” in life because every piece of machinery, no matter how well you maintain it, won’t last forever. In the case of an air conditioner, the U.S. Department of Energy says many people start to experience problems with an air conditioner at the 10-year mark. So if you have eclipsed this milestone with your air conditioner, you have done a great job maintaining your unit over the years but the likelihood of this good fortune lasting much longer is exponentially diminishing.

When your air conditioner is beyond the typical Las Vegas AC repair, these five criterion are particularly important in selecting a new air conditioner:

The 4 Home Air Conditioner Buying Criterion:

  1. Size: A conscientious contractor will carefully evaluate many factors about a home, including its square footage, number of occupants and their cooling preferences, number of windows and exposure, insulation, exterior shading and the climate. Purchasing an air conditioner that is too small will cause an air conditioner to run longer to reach the temperature set on the thermostat. And that extra run time costs money. Most air conditioners are sized too large and this scenario also is a waste because they will “short cycle” – or run and then quickly turn off before they’ve had a chance to properly dehumidify the air. So a home with an oversized air conditioner might feel cool, but it will feel clammy, too. The best contractors measure the size of an air conditioner in tons – a measurement that refers not to the weight of the air conditioner but the equivalent of how much cooling you will get from 1 ton of melting ice.
  2. Efficiency: Every air conditioner carries a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER), and all of those sold in the United States are required by law to achieve a SEER of at least 13. Higher efficiency models carry a SEER between 14 and 25.5. Air conditioners that carry the Department of Energy’s coveted Energy Star label cost more, but you typically recoup the difference in lower utility bills.
  3. Cost: Naturally, cost plays a big role in choosing an air conditioner. It requires a significant investment in your home in both the pricetag of the unit and the accompanying installation service. But the department warns consumers: “Don’t be tempted by the lowest bid. Be willing to pay for the time the contractor must spend to do the job right.”
  4. Installation and maintenance: Installing an air conditioner is complex and not considered a do-it-yourself job; it requires the experience and skill of a licensed air conditioner technician, like those at Instant Air.

 

Contact the Las Vegas AC Repair and Installation Experts

Our reputation for reliability and handling every type of Las Vegas AC repair and installation is unparalleled. We also provide the annual maintenance your air conditioner will need to achieve the lifespan outlined by the manufacturer. Call Instant Air at (702) 385-2665 for a consultation – update your air conditioner and trust in our expert service to set you up for a solid 10+ years of reliable AC.




Things to Consider When it Comes Time for an HVAC Replacement in Las Vegas


Aged cooling, heating, and ventilation systems can be extremely loud, inefficient, and prone to frequent breakdowns. If you haven’t undergone an HVAC replacement in Las Vegas in the last decade, it’s time to consider it.

Repair or replace, what should you do?

Old AC Unit

The first questions we ask our customers when they request our advice for the repair vs. replace are when their equipment was installed and who installed it.

In general, air conditioners and furnaces manufactured in the 1990s and through today were designed to last upwards of 20 years in mild climates. However, you can hardly classify summers in Las Vegas as mild.

Often times, homes with an HVAC system installed by a building contractor, not specialized as an HVAC technician, have an undersized unit since they simply choose based on the size of the home. However, there’s much more to cooling and heating a home properly than simple square footage. Getting an improperly sized HVAC unit can lead to a whole host of issues, including increased wear and tear, insufficient cooling or heating and poor humidity control.

Therefore, we recommend HVAC replacement in Las Vegas for any equipment older than 10 years or if you are experiencing any of the following problems common with an inefficient and/or improperly sized HVAC system:

  • Frequent break downs
  • High energy bills for your neighborhood and home size
  • Variances of temperatures throughout the home, meaning some rooms feel too hot or too cold
  • Issues with humidity levels
  • Excessive dust throughout your home
  • Unreasonably loud equipment appearing to continually cycle on/off

First steps to HVAC replacement in Las Vegas

Should you opt for HVAC replacement in Las Vegas through Instant Air, our team will begin with a consultation at your home. We will look at all your cooling and heating needs, while retrieving accurate readings from your home, to ensure you get the best-sized HVAC system for your home.

In addition to ensuring you get the most efficient sized and designed HVAC system, we also offer specials on the latest in energy efficiency, check-ups, and installations, just in time for the hot summer season.

Schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and friendly HVAC experts, by calling (702) 385-2665 today.