Air Conditioning

With temperatures escalating into the triple digits, you may feel that certain parts of your house feel “hotter” or “cooler” than others, and ask yourself, why? To fully understand why some parts of most homes are either too hot or too cold, you first need to understand what heat load is. Heat load is how much heating or cooling is needed to appropriately heat or cool a particular room. Everything from square footage, ceiling height, how many windows are in a particular room and what side of the home they are located on, can all play a factor. 

Certain areas of homes have a lot more heat load than others. Here’s a few examples: 

  • Rooms with east or west facing windows, high ceilings or rooms located over a garage are more likely to be uncomfortable because the heat rising from below. Any of these conditions could cause that room to warm up faster than other areas in the home with less heat intruding in or being generated. 
  • A single speed motor that turns on and off is another way to cause heat loading. 
  • Leaky ducts are major causes of poor indoor air quality, drafts and uneven temperatures, allergy symptoms and short equipment life.

To help reduce the amount of heat loading in your home and to help keep your HVAC bill low, keep all doors and windows closed, with shades drawn during the day – especially those east and west facing windows. Installing a programmable or smart thermostat can save money by adjusting the temperature setting when you leave home.

To help lower heat loading in your home, get your system checked by a professional at least once a year. Contact a Yes! Air Conditioning and Heating professional by giving us a call at (702) 545-6260 or visit us at http://www.yesairconditioningandheating.com/air-conditioning/

This summer has already proven to be a hot one. Temperatures have reached record-breaking highs, making it the hottest June in Las Vegas history1. For Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, the high temperatures are a problem easily solved. We’re always prepared to get your home hot-weather ready.

We took a look at the hottest days in Las Vegas history, and they sure were up there! And guess what? They all took place in July and August! 

Here are the top 10 hottest days on record. Get ready for one hot summer, Las Vegas. 

July 24, 1942 - 117 degrees

July 5, 1973 - 116 degrees

August 1, 1979 - 116 degrees

August 3, 1979 - 116 degrees

July 5, 1985 - 116 degrees

July 16, 1998 - 116 degrees

July 17, 2005 - 116 degrees

July 18, 2005 - 116 degrees

July 19, 2005 - 117 degrees

July 5, 2007 - 116 degrees

If you’re worried about your home’s HVAC system in preparation for the upcoming hot months, give Yes! a call at (702) 545-6260 or visit us at http://www.yesairconditioningandheating.com/air-conditioning/.

1 http://www.reviewjournal.com/weather/las-vegas-sweats-through-hottest-june-record 

2 https://las-vegas-nv.knoji.com/10-alltime-hottest-weather-temperatures-in-las-vegas/

Summer is here! As we transition to even warmer temperatures here in Las Vegas, it’s time to look for ways to keep cool without skyrocketing energy bills. To ensure you’ll be comfortable when the high temps hit, take a look at the below tips from Yes! Air Conditioning and Heating to prepare your home for the summer heat. 

  • Have your ducts checked – During a tune-up, a certified technician will check that your duct connections are intact and sealed so that energy is used to cool only the air inside your home, not your attic or garage.  Adequate airflow is a key factor in having a comfortable home this summer.
  • Change your filters regularly – Dirty filters make your system work harder, therefore using more energy to operate. Make sure your air vents are open and not blocked to ensure proper airflow throughout your home. Change AC filters at least four times a year to save energy and money, and keep your indoor environment cleaner!
  • Turn up your thermostat – If your house is empty most of the day, why have the air conditioner running?  Install a programmable thermostat that can keep the temperature a few degrees higher in the daytime, and then cool your home before you get there, helping you save energy.
  • Keep interior doors open – By keeping your doors open, even just an inch or two, you will help the air circulate so that an even temperature can be maintained throughout the home.
  • Maintain your system year-round – The best defense against air conditioner problems is to maintain your system year-round, especially right before the heavy heat of summer sets in.  This is the time of year when your air conditioning system works its hardest.  Regular tune-ups reduce your risk of experiencing common malfunctions and will help you stay cool when everyone else is sweating the heat.

If you’re interested in speaking with a HVAC professional about keeping your home cool this summer, visit http://www.yesairconditioningandheating.com or call us at (702) 545-6260.

American households are happily embracing the benefits that have come along with installing Wi-Fi enabled thermostats. We use wireless connections to control many aspects of our lives, which has become a source of comfort and convenience upon which we now depend. Knowing that many of the important details of our lives are just a finger tap away has changed how we live our lives and now, as we welcome this fascinating technology into our homes, how we control our household.  

With a Wi-Fi enabled thermostat, or Smart Thermostat, homeowners are able to remotely control the temperatures in their home creating a smarter, more energy-efficient way of living. If you’re wondering if your home could benefit from a Wi-Fi enabled thermostat installation, below are a few facts from the experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.

  • Amazing Accessibility:  Wi-Fi enabled thermostats can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. With the help of a mobile device, you can access your heating and cooling system from literally anywhere, from the comfort of your own bed or from a hotel room on the other side of the world. All you need is a stable internet connection. 
  • Piece of Cake Programming: Smart thermostats often have a clear and intuitive design which can send alerts if there’s a system issue, indicate when it is time for a maintenance check, and be easily programmed to your desired temperature settings from anywhere.
  • Serious Savings: According to the EPA's Energy Star program, homes with Wi-Fi enabled thermostats save an average of $180 per year on heating and cooling. Those savings really add up over time! 
  • Coordinated Connections: Wi-Fi enabled thermostats do an excellent job of communicating with your heating and cooling system, allowing for precise control over the comfort of your home. Many also communicate with outdoor sensors, displaying accurate readings of outdoor conditions while adjusting your home’s HVAC system accordingly for peak efficiency. 
  • Wonderfully Waste-Free: If you're the forgetful type, "learning” models have the ability to turn off when you leave your home and turn on just in time to reach your desired temperature as you return home. Your thermostat will learn to keep your home comfortable whenever you're there, while powering down and saving energy when you're not. All you have to do is go about your day while it learns your habits!

Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing is happy to help you find out which model of thermostat would best fit your home. To schedule a consultation with a professional on the efficiency and state of your current thermostat contact us at (702) 545-6260 or please visit http://www.theyesmancan.com.  

The hot Las Vegas summer is quickly approaching. Now is the perfect time to make sure that your air conditioning system is up-to-date and as efficient as possible. This time of year, you may be considering an upgrade to a high-efficiency air conditioning system. Although the initial cost may be higher than less-efficient systems, over the life of your system, your cooling bills will be lower.

Air conditioning efficiency is generally described by its SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) rating, which currently ranges from 13 to 231. The higher numbers on the SEER scale indicate the most efficient units, offering the most energy savings, year after year.

Consider these facts when deciding on a high-efficiency HVAC unit: 

  • In the average air-conditioned U.S. home, air conditioners use more than 2000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year2.
  • Producing the electricity needed to cool the average U.S. home causes the average power plant to emit about 3,500 pounds of carbon dioxide and 31 pounds of sulfur dioxide per year3
  • Even if your air conditioner is just 10 years old, upgrading to a new energy-efficient air conditioner could save you 20 percent to 30 percent off your cooling costs4

If you’re interested in learning more about upgrading your air conditioning system, give Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing a call. We’re happy to help! You can reach us at (702) 545-6260 or visitwww.yesairconditioningandheating.com.   


1 http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/residential/heating_cooling/heating_cooling.html 

2 http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/central-air-conditioning

3 https://www.sparkenergy.com/blog/tips-for-buying-new-energy-efficient-central-air-conditioner/

4 https://www.epb.net/power/home/energy-efficiency/education/

Is your air conditioner older than ten years old? Does it require frequent repairs? Can it be heard making strange noises? It can be difficult to know whether you should continue to repair your existing system, or whether it makes more sense to replace it with a brand new unit. The air conditioning replacement experts at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing in Las Vegas aim to help you through all phases of maintaining, repairing or replacing your heating and air conditioning system. Here are just a few considerations to keep in mind when it comes to your HVAC system:

Are certain rooms in your home hotter or cooler than others?
Problems with your ducts, insufficient insulation or incorrect equipment operation could be to blame for uneven temperatures around the home. Your best option is to contact a skilled HVAC technician to discuss all of your options.

Are you noticing excessive dust around your home? If you haven’t cleaned your home in a while, that could be the reason for excessive dust around the house. But, it could also be your HVAC system! Ducts can pull dust and particles from your attic and basements if not properly sealed.

Have you been experiencing frequent repairs and HVAC costs in the past year, much more than usual? If you find yourself making frequent calls for repairs and incurring higher costs for your HVAC unit, it may be time to bring in the experts to evaluate your system and make a recommendation. Over the years, heating and cooling systems becomes less efficient and, eventually, a replacement will be needed. 

How old is your unit? If your unit is ten years or older, it may be time to consider a new heating and air conditioning system. A new unit with an ENERGY STAR label could save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs per year1

Is there excessive noise that is coming from your central air conditioner? There a number of reasons you could be hearing noise from your system, such as a problem with an undersized duct system or the indoor coil of your cooling equipment. Just as you would call a mechanic if your car is making strange or excessive noise, you’ll want to call your trusted HVAC experts if your air conditioner is doing the same.

Is your home feeling humid? Your home is bound to be humid during the hot summer months, right? Not if your system is working correctly. A number of things can cause the air to be uncomfortably dry in the winter and humid in the summer.  One of which is that the ducts are not properly sealed. Call in the experts to help you determine if your system is not working properly and evaluate the options.

If you are interested in scheduling an appointment to determine if your system needs maintenance, repair or replacement, or if you have any additional questions about your HVAC unit, please call the Las Vegas heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality specialists at Yes! at (702) 545-6260 or visit www.yesairconditioningandheating.com.   

1 http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/heating-cooling/replace-home-air-conditioning-equipment/ 

2 https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=heat_cool.pr_checklist_consumers 

On those hot Las Vegas days, it can be hard to believe that there was once a time when air conditioning was simply an idea and not a reality. When temperatures reached triple digits, the most effective option was just to fan yourself. At Yes! Air Conditioning & Heating, we try our best to know everything we can about HVAC systems, including a little bit of history. 

Your air conditioning system has come a long way throughout the years!

3rd Century. Attempts at controlling indoor temperatures begin in ancient Rome as wealthy citizens took advantage of an aqueduct system to run cool water through the walls of their home.

1902. After the development of alternating current motors and the invention of oscillating fans by Nikola Tesla, a 25-year-old engineer from New York named Willis Carrier invented what is considered to be the first modern air conditioning system. The system was not made for human comfort, but rather to control the humidity of a printing plant that he worked in. This was all made possible by the harnessing of electricity.

1922. Carrier follows up his invention with a centrifugal chiller, which reduced the unit's size. It was introduced to the public in the Rivoli Theater in Times Square, which led to a significant rise in movie attendance due to thousands piling into air-conditioned movie theaters on hot summer days.

1930s. Air conditioning spreads to department stores, rail cars and offices, sending workers' summer productivity soaring.

1965. Residential air conditioning systems start to grow, with 10 percent of the U.S. population being documented to have one in their own home.

Today. Over 87 percent of U.S. homes are equipped with modern and efficient air conditioning systems.

Air conditioning has come a long way in the past century, and so has Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing. Yes! has provided expert service and advice in the Las Vegas community for all of your air conditioning and plumbing needs. If your system is in need of a checkup, repair or replacement, give Yes! a call at (702) 545-6260 or visit YesAirConditioningandHeating.com for more information.

Here in Las Vegas, where typical summer temperatures reach one hundred and above, we are always looking for ways to stay cool. Your local air conditioning experts at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing would like to introduce you to our radiant barrier product. If you were unsure of how a radiant barrier could benefit you and your home, allow us to help you understand the importance of having radiant barriers in your home. 

Radiant barrier is a product that is applied to the underside of the roof in the attic of your home, and helps to reduce  heat gain in the summer and keep the heat in for the winter, thus resulting in lower heating and cooling costs. The radiant barrier product is f a highly reflective material which reflects the radiant heat from the sun rather than absorbing it and causing your home to overheat during the summer, and keeps the heat  in during the winter. 

When the sun's rays heat up a home's roof, its radiant energy causes the roof to absorb this heat. This heat then travels through the roofing materials to the inside of the attic of your home. The air ducts within your attic then heat up other air ducts throughout the house and attic floor, causing the air conditioning within your home to be much less effective. Radiant barrier helps keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter and helps your air conditioner and furnace from working overtime. 

If you are interested in the benefits of radiant barrier in your home and would like to make an appointment, or if you have any questions about cooling your home in Las Vegas, call a local HVAC professional at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing` or visit YesAirConditioningandHeating.com.

While navigating through the world of HVAC, you may have found that installing a ductless air conditioner is a possible option for your home. How will avoiding ductwork benefit you and your home in the long run? Your local HVAC experts at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing have comprised a quick list to show you the true benefits of installing a ductless air conditioning system into your living space:

  • They're cost-effective. Ductless air conditioning systems use less power than central systems, which can save you money on your energy bill.
  • They're easy to install. Ductless systems take significantly less time to install than central air conditioning. 
  • They're easy to operate. Ductless air conditioning systems will often have a remote control that allows for simple adjustments to increase or decrease the temperature of the air coming from your unit.
  • They're compact. A ductless system's small size makes them perfect for cooling down small living spaces like apartments or dorm rooms, and are easy to store if there is not much room. Going ductless could also be great for cooling down individual rooms in a larger home. 
  • They're quiet. While traditional air conditioning systems are known to make some noise, ductless systems typically make a quiet hum sound, significantly less than other options. 

Take a moment to consider having a ductless air conditioner installed in your home. Consult an HVAC professional like those at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing to find out if ductless air conditioning is right for you or to schedule an installation. Visit YesAirConditioningandHeating.com or call (702) 545-6260 for more information.

There are many ways to bring that refreshing cool air into your home during these hot summer months. Your local Las Vegas HVAC experts at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing are here to help you understand what a few of your options are. 

Going ductless is a new and popular way that many homeowners across the country are adopting. It is a permanent fixture that incorporates the use of the outdoor condenser unit but does not require the installation of ducts throughout the residence. But, how do you know if going ductless is for you? What exactly are these systems, and what makes them useful? Here are two examples of ductless systems that could work for you:

Ductless Air Conditioner

The ductless air conditioner is a system that requires little installation and is ideal if ductwork in your home is not an option or you are looking to avoid the costs that come along with duct installation and repair. This system is extremely quiet and cools the entire home. 

Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner

The ductless mini split air conditioner provides zoned air conditioning and heating without ducting. A very common use for the ductless mini split is for air conditioning in multi-family homes or home add-ons that have non-ducted heating systems. You can remotely choose to only condition spaces that are occupied, which saves a lot of energy and money in the long run.

Going ductless can diminish the amount of wasted energy (around 30%, according to Energy.gov!) and money caused by the upkeep of ductwork and potential damages. If you have any more questions about going ductless and you'd like to find out if it could be good fit in your home, contact us at (702) 545-6260 or visit YesAirConditioningandHeating.com for more information.

Thanks to the Las Vegas desert weather, an HVAC system is an absolute must to ensure comfort is a top priority for all seasons. Whether you’re considering an air conditioner installation or replacement, Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing wants to make sure that all homeowners know that the size of the home determines how big (or small) your HVAC unit should be. It seems simple enough, right? Having an air conditioner that’s not the correct size for the home can be wasteful and environmentally unfriendly. By keeping a small system in a large home, the system is putting in extra work and could be increasing your energy bills. A system too large for your home can waste money unnecessarily and make your residence feel like you’re stuck in a blizzard.

Before a new air conditioner installation, have your home sized by a professional technician from Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing. Our HVAC experts can make recommendations based on a number of factors including the amount of sunlight the residence receives, where the air conditioning unit will be installed, how many people live in the home and so on.  From there, your technician will be able to determine the best and most energy efficient unit for your home.

Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing is here to help you determine the correct size air conditioning unit for your Las Vegas home. If you need to contact Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing for any air conditioning troubleshooting, call (702) 545-6260 or visit us at www.yesairconditioningandheating.com

During the summer, your attic space can get incredibly hot as the sun beats down on your roof. If you don’t have good insulation in the floor of your attic, that heat can leech into your home and not only affect your comfort, but potentially cause issues with your air conditioning system. The Las Vegas attic insulationinstallation and repair professionals at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing have years of experience working with all kinds of attic insulation projects. We wanted to alert our customers with a quick blog post about the importance of attic insulation.

The Importance of Attic Insulation

While you might use your attic space for storage, it actually is sealed off from the rest of your home. Making sure that your home is well-insulated from your attic is critical to your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. If your attic insulation is old, thin or worn out it could allow a lot of heat to leak into your home which has a number of consequences.

  • Reduced efficiency – With the heat coming into your home, your AC system will have to work overtime to get rid of that heat which reduces its efficiency.
  • Decreased comfort – If your home is constantly bombarded by heat from the attic it could reduce the comfort throughout your home.
  • Increased energy usage – When your air conditioner has to work harder to cool your home it likely means that your energy usage will increase.

Attic Insulation Options

If you’ve never had your attic insulation inspected call the Las Vegas attic insulation professionals at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing. If we find that your insulation isn’t working well we can help you figure out the next steps to take. Here are a few options that you can consider to improve the insulation in your attic.

  • Rolls and Blown-In – This type of insulation is very common and provides very efficient heat resistance. It can also be installed very quickly.
  • Radiant barriers – While traditional insulation is able to resist several types of heat transfer, it isn’t very good at resisting heat radiation. Radiant barriers consist of a thin layer of material, similar to aluminum foil, which is applied to one of the layers of your roof.

If you’re interested in Las Vegas attic insulation services just call Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing today.

It can be hard to tell when you need to call a local AC repair company. Here at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing we have years of experience responding to calls for AC repair service. We wanted to help out our customers by putting together a quick list of some of the things that should warrant a call their local Las Vegas AC repair company.

Common AC Repairs

Because of all the use that your air conditioning system gets throughout the year, you will likely eventually need to call your local AC repair company for help. If you’re experiencing any of the following issues, call for professional air conditioning repair services.

  • Not enough cooling – If you turn on your air conditioner but it isn’t able to keep your home cool enough you should probably call your local AC repair company. This issue will not resolve itself and could be caused by a serious problem. It could be that your thermostats are bad but it could also mean that your compressor is faulty, that your fan motors are broken or that you have low refrigerant.
  • AC leaking water – If you notice that your air conditioning system is leaking water you should call your local AC repair company immediately. Not only is this a sign that your AC unit isn’t working well, but the leaking water could potentially cause damage to your home. Your air conditioner naturally creates condensation, similar to when you take a cold glass outside on a hot day. This condensation normally drips into a pan and drains away. But if the pan is clogged or if the drain line is clogged it could cause the condensation to overflow.
  • Air conditioner making strange noise – Another very common air conditioner sign that a repair may be needed is a new or unusual noise. If you turn on your AC system at it makes a squealing, hissing or gurgling noise call your local AC repair company. Squealing usually is caused by a bad fan motor belt that needs to be replaced. Hissing is usually caused by a refrigerant leak somewhere. Gurgling is indicative of low refrigerant.

If you need a local AC repair company make sure that you call the friendly experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.

When it comes to finding air conditioning technicians you want to make sure that you’ve hired a good one. But how can you be sure? Here at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing we are proud to offer a variety of services and we want our customers to know that we have some of the best air conditioning technicians around.  Here are a few characteristics to look for in a good air conditioning technician.

24/7 Emergency Air Conditioning Services

One of the things that you should look for in your search for a quality Henderson, NV air conditioning technician is 24/7 emergency air conditioning services. Here in Henderson, we can get some seriously hot temperatures. If your AC breaks down after hours or in the middle of the night you can’t wait a couple days for it to get fixed. You need to be able to call someone whenever you need it which is why 24/7 services are a must. Not only is it reassuring for you, but it is also a sign that the company is dedicated to your satisfaction and comfort.


When it comes to air conditioning services, there is only a certain level of skill to be gained by training. Many techniques and knowledge can only be gained by years of experience in the trade. Make sure that your new Henderson, NV air conditioning technician has enough years of experience so that they can provide you with outstanding services.

Full Range of Services

When it comes to the comfort in your home you don’t want to have to call many different contractors to perform different services. It is easier to pick up the phone and call one company when you need any kind of comfort services. Some additional services you may want to make sure your Henderson, NV air conditioning technician offers are insulation services, duct sealing and repair, and indoor air quality services like air filtration, and humidifiers.

Maintenance Program

Finally, you should also check to see if your air conditioning technicians offer any kind of maintenance program. These types of programs include a variety of huge benefits and incentives for customers including reduced repair costs, preferred scheduling, price protection and others. When you need Henderson, NV air conditioning technicians make sure that you call the friendly specialists at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.

With all the use that your air conditioning system gets during the summer, you may find yourself needing the services of an air conditioning professional. Whether it’s for repair or if your air conditioner has stopped working and you need replacement, it can be hard to decide when it’s the right time to call  a professional. Here at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we offer fast, reliable and quality AC services in Henderson, NV including repair, replacement and maintenance.

We all love the feeling of doing something ourselves, but there are certain times when the experts are needed. Here are a few indicators that mean that you should call a professional Henderson, NV AC company for service.

  • Electrical issues – If you notice that you aren’t getting any air coming through your home’s registers it could mean that the AC motor isn’t working right. This could be caused by an electrical failure somewhere in the system. Whether it’s inside the motor or if it’s a capacitor, these types of issues need to be handled by a Henderson, NV AC company. Not only is this problem very technical, but you could do more damage to the system by trying to work on it yourself.
  • Air conditioning installation – Another air conditioning project that should always be handled by a professional Henderson, NV AC company is installation. One of the main causes for AC problems is poor installation. When it comes time for you to replace your air conditioner or if you’re installing one in a new home, call for help from your local AC contractor.

If you’re looking for a Henderson, NV AC company that is dedicated to your complete satisfaction and to the quality of work that they do, just call Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.

During the summer here in Las Vegas, the temperatures can really start to soar and you need to have a properly working air conditioning system in order to stay comfortable. But with the near-constant use that your AC gets, it could cause it to break down. At Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we offer complete services for air conditioning in Las Vegas. While there’s no guarantee you can avoid repairs, this quick list may help you prevent more costly problems in the future. Remember, if your AC isn’t working well just give us a call and we’ll get it back up and working again fast.

  1. Regular maintenance – There really isn’t anything better for your air conditioning system than to have it regularly inspected and maintained by a professional. As your air conditioner operates, it can develop small problems that could develop into larger, more serious repairs if they are not detected and repaired early. During regular maintenance visits, your Las Vegas air conditioning technician will look for those problems and repair them before they cause a disruption of your air conditioning system.
  2. Change the air filter – Probably the most common cause of air conditioning problems is a clogged air filter. Your AC’s filter is there to protect it from dirt and debris. If it gets clogged it could restrict the flow of air through the system and cause all kinds of additional problems—including the need for repair.
  3. Run your fans – If you can, try to run your fans as much as possible. Not only will this give your air conditioning system a break, but it could also reduce the amount of energy that you use in your home.

Here at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing we understand that you need air conditioning in Las Vegaswhen the heat starts to increase. Give us a call if you aren’t getting enough cooling or if your AC is making an unusual noise.

When you look for a new HVAC contractor it can be hard to try to find the right one. At Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing we have years of experience working with all different kind of heating and air conditioning equipment. We want to share some of the ways that our experience has benefited our customers and why you should look for an HVAC contractor in Las Vegas that has many years of experience.

HVAC Experience in Las Vegas

When you’ve been in business for as long as we have here at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, you get to see all different kinds of air conditioning configurations, product updates, repair issues and many unique AC systems. This kind of experience and knowledge is indispensable when it comes to being able to think outside the box and make adjustments to ensure that our clients’ air conditioning systems are working as they should.

If you’re having any kind of issues with your air conditioning system, you want to know that your HVAC contractor has worked on your particular type of air conditioning system. In addition, you need to know that they’ve repaired the specific issue that you’re having with your air conditioning system. If they haven’t, then your repair work, installation project or maintenance visit may not get done correctly or to the level of quality that you deserve.

If you’re looking for a good HVAC contractor in Las Vegas choose a company with the proper experience. Feel free to pick up the phone and ask any HVAC contractor when they started; what is the average years of experience their technicians have; and how long have they been offering the particular service that you need to have done.

Here at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we are dedicated to the complete satisfaction of our customers and to the quality of work that we do. Give us a call today if you have any questions and if you’d like to learn more about our business.

Buying a new air conditioning system for your home can be a big decision. We often get asked by our customers what the process for purchasing a ductless split air conditioning system is like. We are the Las Vegas ductless split air conditioning professionals that you can trust to install your new system properly.  We have listed some of the steps below in installing a ductless split air conditioning system.

The Ductless Split Air Conditioning Installation Process

  • Location of the outdoor condensing unit—Your ductless mini split air conditioning system will utilize one or more outdoor condensing units to exhaust the heat from your home. The condenser needs to be away from the house at least 12 inches, and it needs to be away from any branches, plants or other obstacles. The Las Vegas ductless split air conditioning installation experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing will help you find a great place for these units.
  • Drill a hole – Next, our technicians will need to drill a hole through the outside of your house to the inside. This will allow us to run the refrigerant tubes and electrical wires to the actual wall-mounted units in your home.
  • Run the lines – Our technicians will then pull the cables and refrigerant tubes through your home, likely on the inside of the wall or under the floor.
  • Hang the wall unit – After that, the Las Vegas ductless split air conditioning experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing will hand the unit on the wall.
  • Make final connections – Once the unit is mounted on the wall, our experts will hook up the refrigerant tubes, power lines and condensate drain to the system.

For all your Las Vegas ductless split air conditioning services make sure that you call the friendly experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.

When it comes to the indoor air quality in your home, you want to make sure that you’re breathing the cleanest air possible. The EPA estimates that poor indoor air quality is one of the leading irritants to respiratory health in the United States. That being said, how can you tell if you have poor indoor air quality and what can you do to fix it? The Las Vegas indoor air quality professionals at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing have years of experience helping our customers improve the air quality in their homes.

Signs You May Have Poor Indoor Air Quality

There are a variety of things that can contribute to poor indoor air quality in your Las Vegas home. Here are a few things to look for.

Humidity Levels

One of the most important factors in your home’s air quality is the humidity level. If you suspect that you have a moisture imbalance it could be contributing to poor indoor air quality in your home.

Moisture, Mold, and Insects

If there is too much moisture in the air it could lead to increased insect activity as well as mold growth. If you notice that there is mold growing around your kitchen or bathroom, or if your home feels muggy and humid it likely means that you have too much moisture.

Dry Air and Dry Skin

If your home’s air is dry, it could mean that you have increased dust levels because of dry skin. With dry air you may start to notice cracks in your furniture varnish. Drier than normal air can also mean you or family members can experience dry knuckles or a dry throat.

Allergy and Asthma

Another tell-tale sign of poor indoor air quality is allergy reactions and asthma. If you start to notice that your eyes are itchy and watering or if you sneeze more frequently in you your home, this might be a sign that you have some kind of contaminants in your home’s air supply. Also, if you have family members that suffer from asthma or if any of your friends do and they notice more of sensitivity in your home it could mean that you have asthma triggers in your home’s air.

If you’re concerned about the indoor air quality in your Las Vegas home, call the friendly HVAC experts at Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing.

Does your home or office need heating and cooling solutions? Are you concerned about indoor air quality? We offer a range of HVAC services in Henderson, NV. Whether you need a new central air installation to keep cool, or UV germicidal lights installed to keep your home free of mold, we can handle your project. The most important aspect of any service, however, whether it’s installation, maintenance, or repair is that it be performed by a trained professional. Only a skilled and certified HVAC technician should work on your homes HVAC service needs. That way, you can be sure the job is done right the first time. In this post, we’d like review some of the Henderson, NV HVAC services available to you. Call Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing today.

  • Heating and cooling. If you’re in the market for a new cooling system, you have a range of systems and brands to choose from. All air conditioners use a refrigerant cycle to remove heat from your home and distribute cool air through your ductwork, but central air systems are probably the best known. If you’re looking for something without ductwork, consider a ductless split air conditioner. The off-season is a great time to make any necessary repairs to your heating system as well, whether you have a heat pump or furnace.
  • Indoor air quality. Poor indoor air quality can be uncomfortable, especially if you have asthma, allergies, or any respiratory issues. Fortunately, there are some excellent indoor air quality improvements you can make, many of which integrate directly with your existing HVAC system. For example, if your home is exceptionally dry, you might consider installing a humidifier. If, on the other hand, you’re having mold problems, we can install UV germicidal lights that can prevent mold spores from traveling throughout your home.
  • Maintenance. While professional installation and repairs are critical to the ongoing health of your system, maintenance is the key to system longevity, energy efficiency, and great performance. No matter what type of HVAC system you have, it needs to be kept clean and adjusted.

If you’re in need of exceptional HVAC services in Henderson, NV, call Yes! Air Conditioning & Plumbing today!

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