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Air conditioning repair

Air Conditioning Maintenance Whether it’s your home or your business, the simplest way to avoid costly and unexpected air conditioning repair bills is to maintain your system on a regular basis. Semi-annual air conditioning system maintenance check-ups are a very cost-effective way to prevent

  • System downtime
  • Help maintain an energy efficient unit
  • Reduce your equipment costs
  • Lower your energy bills.

 Residential Tune-Up Agreement

  • Twice a year clean and check for your system(s) to ensure optimal efficiency.
  • One cooling check before the summer and one heating check before the winter.
  • Reduced electrical bills.
  • Prolonged Life on your equipment
  • Maximized Safety by corrrecting potential problems before they occur.
  • Becoming a Preferred Buenos Aires Air Conditioning and Heating Member:
  1. Discount Service on Parts and Labor on any future calls.
  2. Priority Emergency Service – especially during the summer.

The Freus Tune-Up Agreement

  • New Annual Rod
  • A full basic cleaning of your system before the summer (Note: there can be an extra charge if the system was not cleaned properly in past years).
  • Draining of your system before the start of the winter.
  • Maximized Safety by correcting potential problems before they occur
  • All Benefits of a Regular Preventative Maintenance.

 

Schedule of Maintenance Items Performed

Buenos Aires AC maintenance

Gas Heating 

  1. Check & clean pilot
  2. Check & clean burners
  3. Check flue pipe and connections
  4. Check motor amps
  5. Oil blower motor bearings (if possible)
  6. Check Fan/limit control
  7. Check Blower motor run capacitor
  8. Check Blower motor of thermostat
  9. Check thermocouple
  10. Check all safety controls
  11. Clean inside of unit
  12. Check ignition controls
  13. Replace or clean filter
  14. Check fan belt & adjust if needed
  15. Check flame roll out control
  16. Check and oil combustion motor
  17. Adjust Primary air for clean and efficient burner operation
  18. Test for carbon monoxide
  19. Run equipment through a complete cycle

 Air Conditioning /Heat pump

  1. Check refrigerant level
  2. Check all exposed fitting if refrigerant levels are low
  3. Check fan belt and adjust if needed
  4. Check starting components
  5. Check motor amps
  6. Check compressor amps
  7. Clean control compartment
  8. Replace or clean filter (Deluxe)
  9. Inspect starter contact, switches and relays
  10. Tighten all terminal connections
  11. Check all safety control
  12. Check blower motor run capacitor
  13. Check condenser fan motor run capacitor
  14. Check thermostat calibration
  15. Inspect evaporator coil for dirt and damage
  16. Check conditions of equipment for general wear, rust and deterioration
  17. Oil condenser fan motor
  18. Check condenser fan blade for wear and tightness
  19. Check temperature differential
  20. Check condenser fan motor run capacitor

 

Heating Inspection & Repair

Heating Inspection & Repair

Our Las Vegas heater repair and heating service technicians are ready to to help you with all manner of heating system service and installation, including:

  • Central Heating Repair, Services and Installations
    Our HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) technicians can operate and provide maintenance and service to all manner of heater systems, such as heating, cooling, and related equipment. Our services are available throughout Las Vegas and surrounding areas.
  • Forced Air Systems
    Forced air systems rely on ductwork, vents, and plenums as a means of air distribution separate from the actual Heating and Air Conditioning systems.
  • Heat Pumps & Roof Top Units
    A heat pump is a machine or device that moves heat from one location (the ‘source’) to another location (the ‘sink’ or ‘heat sink’) using mechanical work. Most heat pump technology moves heat from a low temperature heat source to a higher temperature heat sink. Common examples are food refrigerators and freezers, air conditioners, and reversible-cycle heat pumps for providing thermal comfort.
  • Floor and Wall Heaters
    Las Vegas Heater Service & Repair can provide installation of wall heaters, baseboard heaters, toe-kick heaters and cove or panel heaters. These units offer the benefits of being compact and energy efficient, and are excellent choices for heating hard to heat spaces in your home, such as add-on rooms, garages, enclosed porches, etc..
  • Thermostat Repairs, Services, and Installs
    Your thermostat is the device that regulates the temperature of a system so that the system’s temperature is maintained near a desired setpoint temperature. A properly installed and serviced thermostat can not only provide you with

 

Maintenance Agreement Customers are entitled to our discounted Value Rate on all Heating and Air Conditioning repairs or replacements that may be needed during the 12 month agreement period. We feel that it is our duty to inform and educate our customers on ways to save money, conserve energy, reduce operating cost, and lower repair bills. We feel that Scheduled Maintenance is the best way to achieve these goals. We are readgy to serve your needs 7 days a week, including All holidays. We want to be YOUR Air Conditioning, Heating, and Indoor Air Quality service company.

 

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energy saving tips

Air

  • Increase your air conditioner temperature by one degree. Believe it or not, it could mean significant savings over the long run.
  • When it’s cool outside, open the windows and turn off the air.
  • If you’re going to be away from your home for a long time, say, on vacation or a long weekend, turn the temperature up. Or better yet, turn the air conditioning unit off.
  • Replace air filters every month. Clogged filters mean your A/C works harder.
  • Install a programmable thermostat if you don�t have one already. Set the times and temperatures to match your schedule.
  • Bigger isn’t always better. Buy the proper-sized equipment to meet your family’s needs. An oversized A/C unit will waste energy.
  • Before buying an air conditioning unit or system, find out its energy-efficiency ratio (EER). Calculate the EER by dividing the unit’s cooling capacity (BTUs/hour) by its energy requirement (watts). An EER of 10 or more is very good, and 6 or 7 is fair. Remember to buy the smallest capacity unit or system that will meet your needs.

Heat

  • Turn your furnace down slightly. Even one degree can make a big difference.
  • Dress warmly when indoors. Lower your thermostat by two degrees. You could save as much as four percent on your heating bill.
  • Turn your heat down at night and throw on an extra blanket.
  • Turn off heat in unused rooms and shut the doors.
  • Heading out for a while? Turn the heat down to save energy.
  • Keep the heat in the house by closing the curtains. Yep, even this can make a difference.
  • Throw down a rug on exposed floors. Not only will it insulate, it will cut down on noise as well.
  • Install a furnace alarm. This will tell you when to change filters.
  • Just changing dirty filters on your furnace could save you five percent on your heating bill.
  • Keep supply and return air vents clear of objects like furniture. This allows your furnace to operate more efficiently.
  • Check doors for proper insulation. Place your hand against a door from the inside. If it feels cooler than the inside walls, it might be time to install a door that�s better insulated.
  • Adding a humidifier to your heating system lets you turn the thermostat down and be comfortable at lower temperatures. Aquariums and houseplants add humidity, too.
  • Did you know that heat recovery ventilators improve indoor air quality by expelling stale indoor air continuously and using its heat to preheat the incoming fresh air? Installing one of these may give you the added savings you’re looking for on your next energy bill.
  • Change the direction of airflow on your ceiling fan. For those cold, winter months, the blades should operate in a clockwise direction, helping to push the warm air from the ceiling down into the room. In the summer, the blades should operate in a counter clockwise direction as a way of creating a nice, gentle wind.

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Suppliers We Work With:Las Vegas Air Conditioner Replacement

The federal government recommends that homeowners replace air conditioner units that are more than ten years old. The main reason for this, according to the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency is “ENERGY STAR qualified air conditioners and heat pumps offer significant long-term energy savings.” Replacing central air conditioning units 10 years or older can save at least 20 percent on A/C energy use.

Pay Yourself Back Fast

Upfront costs for your new, energy efficient air conditioner are offset over time by the energy savings you will see if you choose a high-SEER unit. This payback period (the period of time it takes before a consumer recoups, through lower utility bills, the price increase of the more efficient units) can be trimmed down with government or manufacturer rebate programs.

For instance, Nevada Power offers rebates from $140 to $1,625 to consumers who “replace their old air conditioner with a more efficient system (14 SEER or higher).”

When is it time to replace?
Certain telltale signs indicate it’s time to consider replacing heating and cooling equipment, or improving the performance of your overall system. It may be time to call a Buenos Aires to help you make a change if:

Your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old.
Consider replacing it with a unit that has earned the ENERGY STAR label. Installed correctly, these high-efficiency units can save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs.

Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old.
Consider replacing with an ENERGY STAR qualified furnace, which is 15% more efficient than a conventional furnace. If you have a boiler, consider replacing with an ENERGY STAR qualified boiler that is 5% more efficient than a new, standard model.

Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.
Your cooling or heating equipment my have become less efficient.

Some rooms in your home are too hot or too cold.
Improper equipment operation, duct problems or inadequate insulation could be the cause.

No one is home for long periods of the day and you do not have a programmable thermostat.
Install a programmable thermostat or have a Buenos Aires install one and instruct you on its use — to start saving energy and money while they’re away or sleeping.

Your home has excessive dust.
Leaky ducts can pull particles and air from attics, crawl spaces and basements and distribute them throughout your house. Sealing your ducts may be a solution.

Your heating or cooling system is noisy.
You could have an undersized duct system or a problem with the indoor coil of your cooling equipment.

 

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air-conditioner-repair

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How air conditioning works is kind of a mystery to many of us. Furnaces are easy to understand, they heat air and blow it around your home in ductwork. Boilers make hot water or steam and move it around your home in pipes. But how do air conditioning systems make nice cold, dehumidified air?

How Air Conditioning Works

Think of an air conditioner as a machine that takes heat from your house and dumps it outside by using five interrelated parts:

  • Refrigerant
  • Compressor
  • Condenser
  • Expansion Valve
  • Evaporator Coil

There are many types of air conditioning systems that can be used in the home including window, portable, ductless and central air conditioning systems. However, they all use the following components and direct expansion refrigeration. Refrigerant
The refrigerant is the “blood” pumping through the air conditioner’s system. It changes state from gas vapor to liquid as it collects heat from your house and rejects that heat to the outside. Pretty cool stuff (no pun intended). Refrigerant is special in that it has a very low boiling point meaning that it changes from a liquid to a vapor at low temperatures.

Compressor
Think of the compressor as a sort of “heart” of the system pumping the refrigerant though all the refrigeration components in a big loop. Refrigerant enters the compressor as a low pressure warm vapor and leaves it as a high pressure hot vapor.

Condenser
From the compressor, hot refrigerant vapor moves to the condenser. Here the high pressure hot refrigerant vapor is cooled by air blowing over finned condensing coils by the condenser fan as it moves through the finned coils. As the refrigerant “cools” it changes state from a hot vapor to a hot liquid at high pressure and moves onto the expansion valve. The compressor, condenser coil and condenser fan are all located in the big noisy boxy thing in your back yard often called a condensing unit

Expansion Valve
The expansion valve is really what does the work. As the hot liquid refrigerant passes through a tiny opening at high pressure in the valve on one side, it emerges as a cool low pressure mist on the other side because as a gas expands, it cools. So now we have a low pressure cold liquid mist that moves onto the evaporator coil.

Evaporator Coil
The low pressure cold liquid leaving the expansion valve now runs through the evaporator coil located in the plenum of your furnace. Here the hot air of your home blows across the evaporator coil and heats it up while the cold coil cools off the air blowing across it and back into your home. As the refrigerant heats up, it boils and changes from a cold liquid and evaporates into a warm vapor. From there it moves back onto the compressor and exterior condensing unit and the cooling cycles continues.








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Las Vegas air duct cleaning

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Duct Repairs

If you are noticing higher energy bills each month, or your home seems to take longer to reach your level of comfort, call the Las Vegas duct repair technicians! Air Conditioning & Duct Cleaning. Our repair technicians are trained to deliver prompt and comprehensive repairs that will have your system running at top efficiency as soon as possible.

Duct Sealing

If you are in need of Las Vegas duct sealing services, call Buenos Aires Air Conditioning & Heating!  We have been offering professional duct sealing services for many years. Our technicians use state of the art tools to locate even the tiniest holes in your system and seal them so you can be positive that your system is operating as efficiently as possible.

Maintenance Schedule Maintenance

The best way to keep you air ducts operating longer and more efficiently is to correct the problems before they become a major issue. For example, scheduling an annual check–up is one way to allow one of our Las Vegas duct repair technicians to perform a detailed assessment of your ductwork and perform any minor repairs or seal any air leaks. Call today if you haven’t set up your yearly check–up.

 

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Buenos Aires AC maintenance

Schedule of Maintenance Items Performed

 

 

Gas Heating 

  1. Check & clean pilot
  2. Check & clean burners
  3. Check flue pipe and connections
  4. Check motor amps
  5. Oil blower motor bearings (if possible)
  6. Check Fan/limit control
  7. Check Blower motor run capacitor
  8. Check Blower motor of thermostat
  9. Check thermocouple
  10. Check all safety controls
  11. Clean inside of unit
  12. Check ignition controls
  13. Replace or clean filter
  14. Check fan belt & adjust if needed
  15. Check flame roll out control
  16. Check and oil combustion motor
  17. Adjust Primary air for clean and efficient burner operation
  18. Test for carbon monoxide
  19. Run equipment through a complete cycle

 Air Conditioning /Heat pump

  1. Check refrigerant level
  2. Check all exposed fitting if refrigerant levels are low
  3. Check fan belt and adjust if needed
  4. Check starting components
  5. Check motor amps
  6. Check compressor amps
  7. Clean control compartment
  8. Replace or clean filter (Deluxe)
  9. Inspect starter contact, switches and relays
  10. Tighten all terminal connections
  11. Check all safety control
  12. Check blower motor run capacitor
  13. Check condenser fan motor run capacitor
  14. Check thermostat calibration
  15. Inspect evaporator coil for dirt and damage
  16. Check conditions of equipment for general wear, rust and deterioration
  17. Oil condenser fan motor
  18. Check condenser fan blade for wear and tightness
  19. Check temperature differential
  20. Check condenser fan motor run capacitor

Call Us (702-794-2727)

Heating Inspection & Repair

Our Las Vegas heater repair and heating service technicians are ready to to help you with all manner of heating system service and installation, including:

  • Central Heating Repair, Services and Installations
    Our HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) technicians can operate and provide maintenance and service to all manner of heater systems, such as heating, cooling, and related equipment. Our services are available throughout Las Vegas and surrounding areas.
  • Forced Air Systems
    Forced air systems rely on ductwork, vents, and plenums as a means of air distribution separate from the actual Heating and Air Conditioning systems.
  • Heat Pumps & Roof Top Units
    A heat pump is a machine or device that moves heat from one location (the ‘source’) to another location (the ‘sink’ or ‘heat sink’) using mechanical work. Most heat pump technology moves heat from a low temperature heat source to a higher temperature heat sink. Common examples are food refrigerators and freezers, air conditioners, and reversible-cycle heat pumps for providing thermal comfort.
  • Floor and Wall Heaters
    Las Vegas Heater Service & Repair can provide installation of wall heaters, baseboard heaters, toe-kick heaters and cove or panel heaters. These units offer the benefits of being compact and energy efficient, and are excellent choices for heating hard to heat spaces in your home, such as add-on rooms, garages, enclosed porches, etc..
  • Thermostat Repairs, Services, and Installs
    Your thermostat is the device that regulates the temperature of a system so that the system’s temperature is maintained near a desired setpoint temperature. A properly installed and serviced thermostat can not only provide you with

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