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If you aren’t planning on replacing your AC because it has outdated refrigerant, you’ll need to consider shutting it down for the winter. Nevada may have  little to no snow during the winter, but it’s still good to be prepared. A sudden cold snap can drop some snow and damage your AC. Besides, you’re probably […]

By Brian Renadette

Before you shut down your AC for the winter, there’s something about it you need to consider. What kind of refrigerant does it use? Refrigerant is a liquid used in ACs and other devices to move heat and cool your home. R22 refrigerant, also known as Freon or chlorodifluoromethane is one of the more popular […]

By Brian Renadette

Winter is just over a month away, and it’s time to get ready to deal with the cold nights. Nevada is a warm state, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get cool. We can have the occasional December night that goes under 40°F, and it gets hard to sleep when it’s that cold. To be […]

By Brian Renadette

When buying a water heater, it’s important to consider what size will fit your needs. Smaller water heaters use less energy and take up less space, but don’t produce as much hot water. Getting one that’s too small for your home means you’ll constantly be running short on hot water. At Climate Control Experts, we […]

By Brian Renadette

The appliances in your home will inevitably get worn down from use. However, worn appliances don’t always need replacement. If your water heater is run down, it may just need some repair work to get it running like new. However, you have to know what a worn water heater looks like before you can get it […]

By Brian Renadette

Does your home have problems with hard water? Water with dissolved calcium and magnesium is considered “hard” and can negatively affect your life in various ways. Minerals like these are capable of clogging your plumbing, rusting metal, and more. However, you can help stop hard water by purchasing a water softener for your home. This […]

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