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Furnace Tune-Up Services and Heating Maintenance


When winter arrives in Las Vegas, you rely on your home heating equipment to provide you and your family with comfort and warmth during the cool months ahead. To make sure that your furnace is always up for the challenge, contact the Cooling Company for annual maintenance. A system tune-up by our home comfort specialists will deliver a wide range of benefits that include:

  • Reduced energy bills
  • Reliable temperature control
  • System longevity
  • Fewer repairs

Preventative maintenance will keep your furnace running at maximum capacity and peak efficiency, which saves you money while delivering peace of mind.

*Servicing Las Vegas, Henderson and areas near Paradise, Green Valley, Whitney Ranch, Silverado Ranch, Seven Hills and Boulder Highway.


Here at The Cooling Company, we’re often asked how soon can we schedule a visit to a home or business within the Las Vegas Valley.

Expect Our Call

It’s our goal to perform air conditioning repair service calls within 24 hours, and we’re often able to perform them the same day. 

Can't Wait?

During peak summer months, you may want to give us a call first to ensure we’re able to meet these time frames.

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"The Cooling Company was exceptionally responsive. Quick service. Did what I needed done and did not overcharge. I highly recommend this company for any and all A/C needs!!."

Robert E. Tschan Col., USMC, Ret

"I've had a wonderful experience with this company. I've used them several years ago - and again, the same, consistent, excellent service, from the person answering the phone to the technician who does the repairs. Today Johnny came by; he was on time, prompt, professional and informative. Thank you very much."

Arsen Baziyants 

"Called because heater was not working. Ended up been broke wire to thermostat. Asked if wire needed to be replace. Said to me there is extra wire for this reason. Fix it quick and had heat again. Awesome service and very trans parent in the steps it take to fix the heater. "

James Cruz 



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The Importance of Heating Maintenance

Keep your Furnace hot and reliable with a heating maintenance plan.

Dirt is hard on your home heating system. When it builds up in your ductwork, clogs your air filter, or infiltrates the cabinet, potential outcomes include:

  • Poor indoor air quality
  • Reduced airflow
  • Motor damage due to burnout

The US Environmental Protection Agency recommends that homeowners arrange for an HVAC contractor to perform an annual pre-season checkup of your system. You don’t want to be faced with a sudden breakdown and be forced to wait for a replacement component on the coldest night of the year! 

By thoroughly inspecting the condition of your ductwork, performing a complete cleaning, testing your system controls, and lubricating all moving parts, our HVAC professionals will both save you money and ensure that your heating system is operating safely. Even minor problems have been known to result in gas leaks and dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.

At the Cooling Company, we’ll be happy to perform a one-time emergency furnace tune-up to prepare you for those cold desert nights.



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Heating maintenance and furnace tune-up steps 

A maintained heating system is a safe system

To keep your furnace in good shape, we will carry out a yearly inspection that includes the following steps:

  • Testing the system. A basic test will confirm that the draft motor comes on, the burner fires and blower start without issue, and no strange sounds accompany system operation.
  • Thermostat calibration. When your furnace isn’t heating your home properly, there may be a communication issue between the thermostat and the system. Checking and calibrating the thermostat will ensure that the furnace heats your home to the desired temperature.
  • Testing for carbon monoxide. Your furnace is designed to filter out carbon monoxide, but we will run tests to confirm that it is not producing this dangerous gas or circulating it through your home.
  • Air filter inspection. Many homeowners change their air filters themselves, especially if they have pets. We will still check your filter during our tune-up visit and replace it if there is a significant amount of dirt build-up.
  • Gas piping and valve inspection. If you have a gas furnace, our technicians will check for leaks on the gas line from the point it enters the furnace all the way to where it enters the home. We care about your family’s safety, so this inspection is thorough.
  • Checking electrical connections. A good electrical connection enables the furnace to communicate with the thermostat, which controls its functions. We inspect these connections to confirm that they are in good working order and check the circuit boards for signs of damage or wear.
  • Confirming proper ignition. If your furnace has problems igniting gas, it won’t be able to heat your home. A tune-up includes confirming that the ignition is firing at the correct time and with sufficient force to get the heating process started.
  • Cleaning and adjusting burners. Dirty or misaligned gas burners can keep your furnace from properly raising temperatures. Cleaning and adjusting them if necessary will solve this issue.
  • Flame sensor cleaning. The flame sensor allows gas to enter the furnace only when a flame is present to burn it. If it doesn’t detect a flame, it shuts the furnace down. If the sensor gets too dirty, it could fail to register the presence of a flame and shut your system down when you need it most.
  • Inspecting the blower assembly. This assembly circulates warm air throughout your house. It needs to be lubricated and adjusted when necessary to maintain efficient operation. During the inspection, we also check for any damage or signs of wear.
  • Checking the primary heat exchanger. Your furnace uses its primary heat exchanger to supply heat to processed air, which is how your home is provided with heat. A thorough inspection confirms that it’s doing its job properly and safely.
  • Checking the secondary heat exchanger. Most furnaces today use two heat exchangers to ensure more efficient transfer of warmed air. The secondary exchanger is smaller, so it is at a comparatively higher risk for damage. Our tune-up services include a careful inspection of both heat exchangers for signs of wear and tear.
  • Inspecting the combustion air intake and exhaust piping. The combustion air intake on your furnace allows oxygen into the unit to burn gas while the exhaust piping vents the excess emissions outside. We will check both components to verify that they are properly conveying air into and out of your furnace.
  • Reviewing the draft inducer assembly. Your furnace’s draft inducer assembly draws air through the heat exchangers using a fan and disperses it through vent piping. It also prevents carbon monoxide from building up. We inspect the entire assembly for proper and efficient operation.
  • Checking the condensate drain line. Furnaces generate condensate while they work. This moisture is siphoned out of the furnace via the condensate drain line. If this line gets blocked, condensation will build up inside your furnace and cause operating or safety issues, so we clear it to ensure ongoing drainage.

At the end of every maintenance visit, our professional technicians will review all findings and recommend additional services or upgrades that can help you get the most out of your heating and cooling equipment. For example, if you have an old-style thermostat, replacing it with a programmable one could save you upwards of 10% on your yearly energy costs.

The certified HVAC technicians at the Cooling Company will recognize and address any potential problems to ensure that you have dependable access to heating when you need it. Our team services all makes and models and will satisfy your warranty’s maintenance requirements to ensure ongoing coverage. For more information, call 702-567-0707!


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