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Top Las Vegas Air Conditioning Repair Contractor Offers Money Saving Tips for Replacing a Central HVAC System in a Residential and Commercial Application

June 27, 2013

Silverstate Air Conditioning is an A+ Rated HVAC repair contractor serving the Las Vegas area. The contractor wants to pass along information that will help the average residential client make a wise and cost effective purchase when shopping for new HVAC equipment.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

Residents of Las Vegas, Nevada know just how hot and unbearable it can be during the summer. In fact, this week's highs are expected to reach 115 degrees F. Every property owner must ask themselves are the air conditioners or heat pumps ready for the task at hand? The experts from Silverstate HVAC say that if the units are more than ten years old and have not been serviced regularly, the answer is "No".

Residential and commercial property owners with a broken down air conditioning unit will find this an ideal time to look into getting AC units replaced. Keeping your family, employees and clients cool is not something to leave to chance. High temperatures can not only be uncomfortable, but can even be downright dangerous to one's health.

Before making the decision to hire a professional HVAC company to replace the existing air conditioning units, there are some factors that should be taken into consideration. Fortunately, by following just a few basic steps, shoppers can be sure that they will be satisfied with the new heating and air conditioning system for years to come.

Consider the Cost

Cost is often a major concern when having a new air conditioning unit installed at one's home. Replacing HVAC equipment can be the biggest expense faced by most property owners. For this reason, shoppers should get the best price and equipment possible by doing a little bit of research ahead of time.

It is a good idea to shop around. Have at least three different companies quote the project to ensure the best price for the best system. Most HVAC companies offer free estimates, so it should just take a few phone calls to schedule three different quotes. Don't expect a reputable contractor to quote the job sight unseen, over the phone. Before deciding on which proposal to choose, be sure to get every detail of the job in writing.

Choosing Dependable Equipment

The quality of the HVAC equipment chosen should be taken into consideration as well. The last thing a property owner wants is a low quality system which needs to have repairs done just a short time down the road. To ensure the best quality, consider going with a company that provides Maytag air conditioners and heat pumps.

Choose a BBB A+ Contractor

To make sure that the installation gets done properly, check out the reputation of the contractor. Is the contractor rated an A+ by the Better Business Bureau? It also will not hurt to read some online reviews to find out what other customers have had to say about contractor’s work in the past.

Company Info:

Silverstate Air Conditioning

http://www.silverstateairconditioning.com/

702-433-5008

A heating and air conditioning repair contractor serving the entire Las Vegas NV area, including Boulder City and Henderson. The company employs NATE certified technicians that are licensed, bonded, insured and certified to repair Maytag, Trane, Carrier, Amana, Goodman, American Standard, Lennox, Bryant, Rheem, Ruud and other top air conditioning and heating equipment found in residential and light commercial applications.

MicroManaged Media, Inc.

http://www.micromanagedmedia.com/

678-460-7601

A search engine marketing company that generates low cost leads for HVAC and plumbing contractors.

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