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HVAC Installation in Las Vegas
We Install All Types of HVAC Systems
HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. An HVAC unit delivers both the heating and air conditioning in your home or business. It’s also responsible for providing the ventilation that circulates so moisture can escape. The whole HVAC unit includes the furnace, AC, and the moisture-releasing ductwork and vents.
At Legacy Air, we replace and install all types of HVAC systems, including:
- Split systems
- Hybrid heat pumps
- Ductless mini-split systems
- Packaged systems
As a local company that always puts indoor comfort and customer experience first, we make the installation process as easy as possible for you. We not only ensure proper installation but also guide you when choosing an HVAC system that perfectly suits your needs and budget.
For more information about your Las Vegas HVAC installation options, contact us at (702) 453-4229!
HVAC Split Systems
A heating and air conditioning split system has an outdoor unit that houses the condenser and compressor, and an indoor unit that contains the evaporator coil and blower. The indoor unit is connected to the heat pump or furnace. If you have a furnace, but not an air conditioner, a split system may be the most economical and efficient installation.
The components of this system include:
- An outdoor module that includes the fan, compressor, electrical components, and condenser coil
- The refrigerant that’s circulated between the indoor and outdoor units
- An evaporator coil seated inside the home above the furnace
- The blower that absorbs the heat from the air and carries warm air over the cold evaporator coil
- Ducts that circulate the air throughout the residence or commercial building
- A thermostat to control the temperature
Hybrid Heat Pump HVAC Systems
A hybrid heating and cooling system uses an electric heat pump that’s combined with a fuel oil, propane, or natural gas furnace. A heat pump is one device that both heats and cools—it’s an air conditioner that also works in reverse to heat your building.
A heat pump may be an efficient solution for those Las Vegas’ temperatures that register at 100 or above. Some desert nights, however, can feel the chill of the mid-20s, which is when the furnace backup comes on to take care of properly heating your space.
The main components of a hybrid heat pump include:
- A heat pump that both cools and heats the refrigerant
- A furnace and an evaporator coil to convert the refrigerant and circulate the air
- Ductwork for ventilation
- A thermostat to monitor the temperature
Ductless Mini-Split HVAC Systems
If your space can’t accommodate the ductwork of a conventional HVAC system, or you want to enhance your existing system, a ductless mini-split system may be your solution. Each ductless mini-split unit is installed directly where it’s needed, and each unit can handle up to four indoor zones or rooms.
Below are the components of a ductless mini-split system:
- An outdoor heat pump unit that houses the fan, condenser, and compressor
- An indoor air handler
- A compact fan coil
- Tubing for the refrigerant to circulate between the outdoor unit and the fan, requiring a three-inch hole
Packaged HVAC Systems
If your residential or commercial space lacks the appropriate space to house the split systems’ separate components, a packaged HVAC unit offers a practical solution. It contains the condenser, compressor, evaporator, and electric coils in one unit that’s typically positioned outdoors near the foundation or on the roof.
A packaged system only has two components and they are:
- One unit that combines air conditioner, heat pump, evaporator, and fan coil
- Thermostat for controlling temperatures
Contact Legacy Air to request a free evaluation of your property to determine the correct size, type, and specifications of an HVAC system for your home or business.
Dedication to Service
When you choose Legacy Air for your HVAC installation in Las Vegas, you are choosing a contractor that puts the client’s best interests first. Each of our NATE-certified technicians stands behind our work, and that means we don’t take shortcuts or cut corners. Keeping your safety as our priority has earned us a perfect record with the State Contractors Board, the top contractor rating on Yelp! with a five-star rating, and an A+ rating with the BBB.
We realize that an HVAC system is one of the major decisions you will make as a property owner, which is why we thoroughly evaluate your home or business in order to arrive at the best possible solution for your unique circumstances.
Choose a System from Major HVAC Brands
Once we embark on the installation process, you will hardly realize we’re there. We treat your home like a palace by spreading tarps over all the flooring in our work space and wearing shoe covers and gloves. In fact, once the installation is complete, the only way you’ll know we’ve been there is by the perfect temperature inside your home and a reduced power bill.
Legacy Air offers full-service installation of all models of the following brands:
- American Standard
- AC Pro
Outstanding Rebates & Warranties
Legacy Air is registered with Nevada Energy and eligible to offer rebates of up to $900 per system (some restrictions apply). We offer the best products, such as Amana, along with the available 10-year parts and labor warranties, and a lifetime compressor and heat exchanger warranty with equipment.
You also automatically become a member of our Friends and Family Program with your installation. It provides you with reduced diagnostic fees for the duration of your 10-year warranty. In fact, the first year is free, so you immediately save $180. New installs come with a 10-year part warranty and a lifetime warranty on workmanship. On equipment that rates 16 SEER or higher, we offer an available 10-year labor warranty.
Lifetime Warranty on Workmanship
In the event that you require more than three repairs on your unit within the first three years, you are covered by our three-year “Lemon Guarantee.” That means we’ll remove the unit and refund you the money. That’s just one way we express our confidence in our services and products.
Contact one of our professional staff members to get started on your HVAC installation in the Las Vegas area. We’ll carefully and honestly evaluate your building’s requirements and offer you the most economical and efficient options.