It’s Heating Up in Las Vegas: Have You Prepped Your Home?

The hot weather in Nevada has already hit! With a hot summer season ahead, ceiling fans alone won’t do the job and it’s likely that you’ll be running your HVAC system more than usual. This time of year, it’s pivotal that your home’s HVAC system is prepared, so you don’t find yourself in a bind when temperatures hit their highest.

We at Yes! Air Conditioning and Heating are ready for the coming hot months, and we hope to help many in Las Vegas county to prep their homes. See below for a few tips to get you started this season:

  • Change your filters at least four times a year. Dirty filters require your AC to work harder than it needs to. With this, your home could be using more energy than normal, and cause your bill to rise. Changing your filters can also make your indoor air cleaner. Who doesn’t want that?
  • Have an HVAC professional test your system to see if it is working properly. They’ll make sure your settings are set to “Cool” this time of year, and you can watch happily as the temperature drops in your home.
  • Install shades, blinds or other protective window coverings to help keep heat out of your home. Not only will it keep the house cooler, it will save on energy by not needing to run your system as often.

If you’re interested in scheduling a maintenance visit by one of our air conditioning and heating experts to ensure that your system is properly running, give us a call at 702-382-2478 or visit at www.theyesmancan.com.

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