Las Vegas Residential Split Systems
Replacement And Installation
The Cooling Company is your go-to source for Split Systems replacement and installation services in Las Vegas. When you need to replace your current system, our company has a wide selection of the most efficient cooling and heating systems available.
We also offer EXCLUSIVE DEALS on diagnostics and equipment to save our customers money! With our FREE proposal, an expert technician will come to your home to do an evaluation for a replacement at no charge to you.
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*Servicing Las Vegas, Henderson and areas near Paradise, Green Valley, Whitney Ranch, Silverado Ranch, Seven Hills and Boulder Highway.
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During peak summer months, you may want to give us a call first to ensure we’re able to meet these time frames.
A/C Split Systems
Everything You Need For Your Comfort
AC Split Systems use an air conditioning unit and a furnace to deliver the heating and cooling solutions that you need. The air conditioning unit stays outside of your home, while the furnace is placed somewhere like your attic or closet.
This solution brings you everything you need to keep your home as cool as a cucumber during the scorching summer months, and warm and crispy during the cooler winter months.
Heat Pump Split Systems
Systems That Work For YOU!
Our Heat Pump split systems use a heat pump for your heating and cooling needs, placing the unit outside of your home, with an air handler in the attic, closet, or garage, used to let the air flow freely throughout all of your rooms.
We include everything you need, from the coil to the thermostat, in a single, convenient price.
Frequently Asked Questions
A split HVAC system is also called a central heating and A/C system and consists of two units, one that is indoor and another one outdoor.
The split system is mainly composed of two units, one outdoor and another one indoor, but besides these, it is also composed by the thermostat, the filtration or humidity control product, and all the necessary ductwork to provide the best distribution of temperature across your home or facility.
This question can be answered in two main ways, equipment-based, it is just two different systems in which one includes two units (one indoor and one outdoor) and another one which is all included. The space-based answer is more related to how much space do you have in your home or facility, keeping in mind a split takes up more space than a packaged unit.
Mostly, because of space. But it doesn’t mean one is better than the other. Of course, a split takes up more space than a packaged one.