Keeping You Warm & Cozy in Henderson & Surrounding Areas
Choosing the right kind of furnace for your residence can be a big decision. There are so many things to consider, depending on the size of your property and available space for ductwork. You will also need to think about how your furnace’s energy efficiency will affect your budget, not just now but in the future. Let our team at advise you on the most affordable and efficient models available on the market before we install a dependable unit in your home.
Moreover, if your current system ever experiences trouble from accumulated wear and tear over the years, we are ready to offer the troubleshooting you need to get your furnace operating smoothly again. Just ask us about our complete package of furnace services in Las Vegas. Make sure to check out our promotions as well as what everyone is saying about us!
Reach out to us now at (702) 996-8314 to discover the value of our excellent Las Vegas furnace care.
Our helpful team at Century Air will be with you every step of the way, advising you on the pros and cons of each model when you are looking for a complete installation. We will help support you in finding a system with superior AFUE (Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency), and take care of any malfunctioning you ever face in the future. From minor repairs to total replacements, there is no problem too big that we can’t handle with our dedicated furnace services in Las Vegas.
Call us today at (702) 996-8314 or contact us online to benefit from a complimentary estimate for Las Vegas furnaces.
When you are looking for support in installing a new furnace at your residence, rest assured that you have come to the right place. Our talented technicians can handle any brand or model, making sure that it is properly working before we leave your home.
Some of the different kinds of furnaces we can install or replace include:
- Single stage furnaces – These kinds of systems require only one level of operation to turn on or off. Traditional furnaces often use a single-stage mode.
- Double stage furnace – A furnace with two stages means that it can be set to either full or half speed. Although these systems may be slightly more expensive at initial cost, they are more efficient at saving energy, capable of moving air at different rates according to your need.
- Modulating or variable stage furnaces – If you are looking for a system that provides the maximum level of comfort and energy efficiency, this is the way to go. By having multiple stages, this kind of furnace allows you to just the amount of heat produced, as well as the level of speed, based on your specific preferences. Such a flexible system is the best at saving energy on your monthly bills.
“They go above and beyond to provide the best service and installation.”- Sofia L.
“Just called Century Air based on their Excellent Google reviews and their A+ rating with BBB. The tech that came out was very professional, courteous and knowledgeable.”- Dwayne C.
“You can tell they take pride in their work. Everything was left near and tidy when they finished.”- Steve T.
Deciding When to Replace or Repair Your Furnace
If your furnace has been acting up recently, the first step you should take as a homeowner is getting in touch with our HVAC specialists. In many cases, we can quickly fix a minor trouble that has cropped up, whether because your air filters got too dirty or because one of the duct connections has come loose. Often times, regular maintenance can help you avoid unnecessary repairs.
Signs You Need Furnace Repairs:
- Faulty Thermostat -
No matter how high you crank your thermostat, your home never seems to warm up. It could be that your thermostat needs calibrating or possible repair.
- Banging Noises -
Most furnaces make some noise when they first start up. But, if you are hearing loud banging or clanging noises, it could be anything from a loose belt or
- Ineffective Heating -
Your furnace is supposed to create heat for your home, anytime it isn't doing this means that your furnace probably needs some sort of repair. It could be anything from a clogged air filter to a faulty motor. Regardless, give us a call for professional furnace repair.
However, there are certain cases where you should think about getting a furnace replacement, rather than pour money down the drain on a system that will inevitably fail again, despite having multiple repairs. A furnace that is malfunctioning repeatedly is simply not a trustworthy system to have around, and its decreasing efficiency will cost you a lot of time and effort. With a thorough replacement, you will enjoy more reliable comfort every time you turn the furnace on.