1. Building a Fence Around Your Air Conditioner

    Having an air conditioner that works well (and runs quietly) is the wish of every homeowner. When those Vegas temperatures begin climbing towards the triple digits, you’ll want to be sure your AC is in top condition. However, even if you have the nicest, newest air conditioning unit, you may want to build a fence around it, either for aesthetic purposes or to minimize the amount of noise it crea…Read More

  2. HVAC Questions Every Homebuyer Should Ask

    If you’re hoping to a buy a home in the near future, there are many things you’re looking for in a new house. You may want an updated kitchen or a large master bedroom, but what about the HVAC system? With most of the heating and cooling systems out of sight behind the walls and under the floors, you might not give much thought to the furnace or air conditioner. However, if you want to be comf…Read More

  3. New Year? New Furnace!

    We know that replacing your furnace in the middle of winter isn’t the best option, but luckily for those in Las Vegas, the temperature doesn’t dip quite as low as it does in other parts of the country. With the New Year only days away, you might be thinking about the updates you can make to your home in 2017. At Enix Mechanical, we would love to help you choose and install a new heating system…Read More

  4. Company Coming for the Holidays?

    If you have company coming for the holidays, you’re probably spending your time cleaning the house, getting the guest rooms ready, and shopping for groceries. However, have you thought about the demand that will be put on your heating system? With more people staying in the house for a few days at a time, you may have to adjust the thermostat to compensate, which can cause your HVAC system to ru…Read More

  5. Sizing a New Home Air Conditioner

    When HVAC experts talk about “sizing” a residential air conditioner, they’re not talking about the physical dimensions of the unit, but rather the unit’s ability to produce cool air for every room in the house. When choosing a new AC for your home, it’s important to pick one that’s the right size for the square footage of your house. A unit that’s too small won’t be able to keep up…Read More

  6. Dealing with a Furnace Breakdown

    While we hope it never happens to you, it’s still possible that your furnace could give out or break down in the middle of a winter night. If this does happen, it’s important to have the appliance inspected and repaired as soon as possible. However, it will take some time for a repairman to get there, and if there’s a serious issue, there are things you and your family can do in the meantime…Read More

  7. The Best Options When Replacing Your Furnace

    The average lifespan of a furnace is approximately 15 years, but with proper maintenance and upkeep, a heating system can last 20 years or more. However, there will come a time when it’s more cost effective to replace your furnace, instead of dealing with inefficiency and higher heating bills. At Enix Mechanical, we want to help Las Vegas homeowners find the best options for replacing their furn…Read More

  8. HVAC Noises You Don’t Want to Hear

    While it’s common for your furnace or air conditioner to make noise while it’s running, it’s important to keep an ear out for strange noises that could indicate that something is very wrong. While you may not know exactly what the problem is, when you hear a strange or loud noise, it’s important to call a licensed heating and cooling expert right away. At Enix Mechanical, we can inspect an…Read More

  9. Be Ready for Those First Cold Days

    Las Vegas may be in the middle of a desert, but that doesn’t mean that the temps won’t drop once November arrives. People are still enjoying 80-degree days and 60-degree nights, but before long, those daytime and nighttime temperatures will begin to dip into the 60s and the 30s. When that happens, you want to be sure your furnace and heating system are ready to go. If you have your doubts, or …Read More

  10. HVAC Services for Property Managers

    As a property manager, your plate is always going to be full or overflowing. When things start to heat up early in spring, you’ll be inundated with calls for weeks about malfunctioning (or completely broken) air conditioning in some of the buildings you manage. Throughout the summer, these calls keep trickling in, before usually drying up by late September. But as soon as it starts getting a lit…Read More