Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning offers a full service for commercial businesses and residential homes’ HVAC system across the Greater Las Vegas, Nevada area. We are fully licensed and insured with our technicians having all their credentials. Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning upholds a high moral standard, friendly customer service, and above all premium results on our service performance. We are dedicated to serving our valued customers with their HVAC needs as we also include emergency repair services when such a scenario arises.
Central Heating FAQ
To better aid our Las Vegas Valley commercial and residential customers, we have listed a compilation of frequently asked questions regarding heating. If you do not see your question below, feel free to contact Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning to answer any of your questions.
Question: What does HVAC stand for?
Answer: Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Question: Do I really need to replace my filters ever three months:
Answer: Three months is a minimum maintenance on air filters. If there multiple pets, excessive smokers, and those that suffer from allergies and asthma attacks, filters should be inspected once a month and either cleaned or replaced accordingly.
Question: What maintenance should I be giving my heater?
Answer: In addition from protecting it against the elements and cleaning it up, a professional from Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning should perform a 1-2 times a year maintenance and inspection service. It is recommended doing so at least once a year but for more optimal care once at the start of the season and at the end of the season (early fall and just before spring) will provide superior care for your heating unit.
Question: When might my heating unit need a professional?
Answer: If you hear abnormal noises, smell unusual odors, if the temperatures do not remain consistent, if a carbon monoxide alarm sounds, if anyone displays symptoms of exposure to carbon monoxide, or if your heating unit will not operate accordingly, an Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning technician should be called immediately for inspection.
Question: What is a two-stage heating system?
Answer: Two-stage heating is a reference to a furnace that features two levels of heat output; high for severely cold winter days and low for moderately cool days. Two-stage furnaces start in the first stage, as opposed to reaching full capacity all at once. In basic terms, it means there is no sudden blast of air. The low setting meets household heating demands 80% of the time, allowing a two-stage unit to run for longer periods and provide more even distribution of heated air. When the furnace operates on the lower-capacity first stage, it burns less fuel than a traditional furnace that continually operates at full capacity that then shuts off when the heating temperature has been established.
Question: What is the general heat pump operation in winter?
Answer: A heat pump generally produces air that is around 80 degrees, which provides smoothly running and comfortable, heating circulating through the house.