Las Vegas HVAC News

Monsoon Weather Drags On in Southern Nevada

September 13, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  Thunderstorms and heavy rain are in the forecast this week. Storms and the debris they bring can damage home air conditioning systems. Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your HVAC system continues to keep your home and your family cool and safe.

Las Vegas Weather Takes a New Twist

August 21, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  If you thought high Summer temperatures and the flash floods of monsoons were as bad as it could get in Southern Nevada, guess again. Two funnel clouds were spotted in Clark County today with at least one confirmed as a tornado. The high winds of severe storms can cause debris to damage HVAC systems. Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your HVAC system survived the storm so your home and your family stay cool and safe during these extreme heat events.

Monsoon Weather Hits Las Vegas - Again

August 1, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  Heavy storms rocked southern Nevada again, causing flash floods throughout the Las Vegas valley. Casinos on The Strip suffered leaking ceilings and flooded garages. Private homes also suffered damage. If your home HVAC unit was flooded or hit with debris, call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your HVAC system survived the storm so your home and your family stay cool and safe during these extreme heat events.

Severe Storms Can Damage HVAC Systems

July 25, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  The severe microbursts that hit Las Vegas last week brought winds of more than 60 mph and flash flooding. Trees and power lines were downed and debris scattered everywhere. Debris can adversely affect HVAC systems causing them to fail. Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your HVAC system survived the storm so your home and your family stay cool and safe during these extreme heat events.

Las Vegas Is Getting Hotter, Faster.

July 14, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  Even as temperatures rise across the nation, Las Vegas remains one of the fastest warming cities in the USA. The average summer temperature has risen 5.6 degrees. Temperatures exceeded 90F on 158 days in 2020. This year temperatures have gone beyond 90F on 57 days and it is still July. The long-range forecast continues to call for temperatures of 98F or above. Don't wait until your HVAC system buckles under the demands placed upon it by extreme heat.  Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your home and your family stay cool and safe during these extreme heat events.

Triple Digit Heat Here to Stay. Is Your Air Conditioner Ready?

July 4, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  Weather forecasts for this week call for daily high temperatures between 102F and 109F.  Native Nevadans are accustomed to average Summer highs between 102f and 104F.  But those temperatures can put a strain on even the best air conditioning systems.  The long-range forecast for next week calls for temperatures reaching 110F.  Don’t wait until your HVAC system buckles under the demands placed upon it by extreme heat.  Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete system check-up to ensure your home and your family stay cool and safe during these extreme heat events.

Record Breaking Temperatures As Southwest Heat Wave Continues

June 27, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  The Las Vegas heat — with highs remaining well over 100 — is part of a major heat dome that has been crowding weather maps over the Lower 48 states for the past week, bringing blistering temperatures that have toppled records.  Highs have spiked 10 to 20 degrees above average in spots, and some areas have endured their hottest and most humid weather ever observed during June.  More than 95 million Americans are under excessive heat warnings or heat advisories.  This can pose a serious health threat to people in high-risk categories.  Call Home Air Conditioning now for a complete HVAC system check-up to ensure your home and your family stay cool and safe.

“Dangerous Heat” Set to Continue Across the Southwest

June 13, 2022, Las Vegas, NV:  Nearly 100 million people are facing heat warnings and advisories across the U.S. this week due to an early season heat wave that saw record high-temperature throughout the southwest.  Las Vegas hit a high of 109°F on both Friday and Saturday, tying the record high set back in 1956, according to the National Weather Service. Heat waves are the deadliest type of weather emergency in the U.S. and they’re growing in regularity due to global warming. Call Home Air Conditioning now and have your HVAC system checked to ensure your home and your family stay cool and safe.