What are the Types of Smart Thermostats?

May 20, 2020

Although you are most likely familiar with the types of HVAC systems currently available, you may be unaware that a new type of thermostat exists. Your thermostat accesses your system to ensure the temperature you have set is maintained. At The Cooling Company, the majority of smart thermostats we’ve seen in Las Vegas need additional electric power. This means you are unable to use regular batteries. Smart thermostats do not require enough power where an electrical outlet is necessary. These thermostats are either powered by your system or with a common wire referred to as a dedicated C wire.

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Tips for Improving Indoor Air Quality in the Spring

May 10, 2020

With the splendor of spring now in full force, it’s time to start thinking about the brutally hot summer ahead. On most days during the summer, you won’t want to venture outside very much, meaning your Las Vegas home needs to be as comfortable and as healthy as possible. One way to achieve this goal is to improve your home’s indoor air quality during the spring so that it’s in good shape when summer rolls around. To help you breathe a little easier, here are eight simple tips from The Cooling Company to help you achieve clean indoor

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CrossCountry Mortgage

April 29, 2020

The Cooling Company highly recommends The Parent Team of CrossCountry Mortgage for all your mortgage and refinancing needs! At The Parent Team of CrossCountry Mortgage, they’re committed to making your loan experience as stress-free and simple as possible. They start by offering a robust portfolio of competitive mortgage loans, world-class concierge-level service, and an all-star team of highly experienced and knowledgeable mortgage consultants who will exceed your every expectation. Give them a call at 702-331-8185 to get started or for more information. What makes them different? Hands down,

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What are the Benefits of Air Cleaners in my Home?

April 20, 2020

A recent study done in 52 homes in Arizona found that there could be more than 586 individual airborne substances floating around inside a house. This study supports the generally accepted theory that indoor air is more polluted than the air outside. Poor ventilation and small spaces lead to the accumulation of airborne particles that can be harmful to your health. So how can you solve this problem at your home? The best answer is to get an indoor air cleaner. Read on to learn more about the many benefits of these appliances.

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Spring HVAC Checklist

April 1, 2020

Having used your heating system to maximum capacity to keep warm during the winter, spring comes as sweet relief. Spring is neither too cold nor hot, and it is the season where you won’t have to depend on your heating and cooling system at home. Since your HAVC system won’t have to run every day in the spring, it’s the perfect time to check your heating and cooling system to see if the unit is still in perfect working condition. Here’s a spring HVAC cleaning checklist to help you. 1. Change Your Air Filters

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11 Tips on How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

March 28, 2020

You spend the majority of your time in your home. That means most of the air you breathe throughout the day is the air inside your house. Therefore, you want the air to be clean for you and your family. Of course, that can be difficult to accomplish with children and pets running around. However, it can be done! Here are 11 tips for better indoor air quality. 1. Bring in Fresh Air Pure, outdoor air is the best to breathe. If you live in an area that isn’t overly polluted, the air outside is

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What Should Be Included When You Get HVAC Maintenance Done?

March 20, 2020

Routine maintenance is the key to getting the most out of your HVAC system. While many homeowners opt to skip the annual tune-up, doing so puts the system at risk of decreased performance, lower energy efficiency, and higher energy bills. Over time, the additional strain on your system will also lead to more frequent repairs and a shortened life span for the entire unit. As you can see, HVAC maintenance is an excellent investment in the health of your system and the comfort of your home. At The Cooling Company, we offer high-quality HVAC maintenance service throughout the

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Avoid a Major Heating Repair Bill. Clean Your Furnace Often

February 8, 2020

Furnaces are one of the most important appliances in a home (even in Las Vegas) because they keep the temperature of the home at an acceptable level. It is important to regularly maintain a furnace to ensure maximum operation, as well as avoid receiving a major bill for heating repair. The best way to maintain a furnace is to make sure that it remains free of dirt and other unwanted particles that could cause the furnace to work less effectively. Check Your Furnace’s Filter The first step that’s involved in the self process of

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Time For An Air Conditioner Check Up

February 8, 2020

It might still be a little chilly, but the hot weather will be rolling into the Vegas valley before you know it. Soon enough, you will have to run your air conditioning all day. That is why you should think about getting your air conditioner checked on by a professional before the peak season arrives. A professional cooling contractor will examine your air conditioner and make sure it is working properly. Here are some of the benefits of getting your air conditioner checked now. It Will Lower Your Utility Costs One

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How Much Does a Commercial Air Conditioning Unit Cost?

February 6, 2020

A broken AC can be expensive to replace. If you know yours is on the way out, begin estimating how much a new one will cost so you can save up before it kicks the bucket. Finding out the price of a commercial AC unit can be easier said than done given the wide range of factors you’ll have to consider from the brand you want to the different prices for labor each contractor will quote you. However, once you know how to systematically evaluate your choices for a new AC, you’ll be able to save time and money when

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