Advantage Air is a family owned business and ready to take on your job! We provide exemplary heating and air-conditioning services to the residences and businesses in Las Vegas and surrounding areas.

What's Our Advantage?

What makes us different? We are certified and work on all units both aircooled and water cooled units.

About Us

Advantage Air is a family owned business and ready to take on your job! We provide exemplary heating and air-conditioning services to the residences and businesses in Las Vegas and surrounding areas.

From single installations to complete office systems, Advantage Air offers sales, repairs, maintenance, and service on all kinds of heating and air-conditioning systems. Our experience on residential and commercial units is exceptional.

We always promise to be professional, respectful of your property and provide you with a honest diagnosis of your problem. Our mission is to do the right thing and “Fix It Right The First Time”.
If you are in doubt of another contractor’s diagnosis, we welcome the opportunity to earn your business with a FREE second opinion!

Certified Member Of IBEW (International Brotherhood Electrical Workers)

A Core Belief:

We are passionate about educating you, our customer, why you should consider a high-quality cooling and heating unit, just as you would do when buying a car.

Why a high-quality heating and cooling system?

When working with a licensed contractor, it is critical to understand the key differences between heating and cooling brands and the units they offer, to make an informed decision that will affect your house for decades.  It is also very important to ask your contractor the following questions:

What questions should you ask?

What is my air duct size and what is your heating and cooling unit’s size?

The air duct and the AC unit have to be correctly sized for each other, to ensure proper and efficient performance.

Undersized HVAC ducts will put high pressure on the vents; there will be noise and poor, inconsistent temperature.

Oversized ducts will result in an overworked system because it would take much longer for the heated or cooled air to get through the vents.


Will you be making any modifications to the air duct of my house? Do not consent to any physical modifications.

This question is important to ask because you do not want the contractor to install an incorrectly or poorly fitted unit.  As explained above, the licensed contractor needs to ensure a perfectly sized air duct and heating and cooling unit combination. 


What is the brand, SEER rating, and the HSPF factor of the heating and cooling unit you are offering for me to buy? Why do you recommend this particular brand and how is it different from other brands?

If the contractor offers an HVAC unit lower than SEER 14.3, do not buy it! In addition, ensure that the heat pump’s HSPF is 8.8.

Did you know that starting from January 1, 2023, the Department of Energy has raised the minimum efficiency standards? The minimum seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) for cooling systems in Nevada is now 14.3 SEER, and the heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) – the heat pump efficiency has increased from 8.2 to 8.8.


What is covered under the warranty with your new system? 


Advantage Air, for example will provide a warranty of 10 years for crucial parts, labor, etc. Ask the contractor to provide detailed warranty information.

Why do we love York heating and cooling systems here at Advantage Air?

We love York because:


York is a trusted heating and cooling provider since 1903.

  • York manufactures very high-quality heating and cooling systems, thermostats, and refrigeration products. It is known for its excellence, quiet performance, reliability, low cost, and long-term life. It is a smart investment!


York has the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval:

  • Only two companies have the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, which is the only independent 3rd party laboratory test of the HVAC equipment. (Armena’s question – What does this mean?? I was reading an article, and it seems this is an important distinction between York and other)


Two-stage furnace vs single stage furnace:

  • The two-stage furnace type is like a smart meter, smart phone, or a thermostat. Unlike the single stage furnace that operates at full power 100% of the time without shutting off, the two-stage switches between two power modes – low and high. This allows for energy conservation and reduction of temperature fluctuations and uneven heating.


Superior warranty:

  • York offers a minimum of 10 years of limited coverage on parts, plus labor costs within the first year. In addition, some models have lifetime compressor warranties. If installed correctly by professionals like Advantage Air, the York systems will last for decades and make your home the most comfortable place!


When it comes to systems in your home that are NOT GREEN, air conditioning is at the top of that list. Approximately 50 percent of the energy use in the United States during peak summer months is air conditioning. Air conditioning is responsible for probably over 100 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year.

How much is going green going to cost you when it comes to air conditioning? Do your homework because all AC units are not created equal. Choose an energy-efficient air conditioner, look for the Energy Star logo. Match up your AC unit to the amount of air space in your home for more efficient power consumption. (see below for more info)
Implement some or all of the recommended tips listed below.

The fastest and easiest way to save money and cut into your energy bills come summer is to have your air conditioning unit running less, or eliminate your need for it all together. First item to impact your bill and the environment is to set your thermostat at the highest setting where you are still comfortable.
Increase Attic Insulation —Adding more insulation is a great investment you can make. This provides a return on investment in a matter of months, and after a few years it will put cash back in your pocket with the inevitability that electricity prices will increase.
Radiant Heat Barriers — Install Radiant Heat Barriers, they are a thin layer of metal insulation sheeting, which can reduce radiant heat into your attic when installed to the underside of your roof.
Ceiling Fans — A good ceiling fan can eliminate the need to run your AC unit. This will allow you to set your thermostat higher when your air conditioning unit is in operation. Ceiling fans also help move warm air in the winter, which can reduce energy costs for heating and air conditioning.
Whole House Fan — Install a whole house fan. They are installed in the ceiling leading into your attic and can cool your residence by sucking out cool outside air through open windows into your home and pushing out warmer air up and out through attic space vents. A quality whole house fan can be a relatively inexpensive way to cool your home on specific cooling demands.
Evaporator Cooler (Swamp Cooler) — Install a Swamp Cooler. They are an excellent alternative to air conditioning in the hot and dry Las Vegas climate. Swamp coolers are less expensive to purchase and install than other forms of air conditioning. Swamp Coolers run on less energy than a central air unit.
Use Natural Ventilation —Getting back to basics, just opening windows and setting up fans in windows will help to create a steady flow of air through your home, providing natural cooling power when outside temperatures are not extreme (make sure you point the fans in the right air flow direction).

Purchase a High-Efficiency Unit — By replacing an older unit with a more efficient air conditioner unit can reduce home cooling energy usage and total cost of operation. Look for a central air conditioner unit that has a SEER rating of 14 or higher and for window units, look for a tag with a rating of 10.7 or better.
Properly Sized Units — Air conditioners that are not the correct size for the amount of cubic feet of air space they are meant to cool will not run efficiently, waste energy, and will have a shorter life span than an AC unit that has been properly sized for your home by a professional HVAC Contractor.
Ductless/Window/Wall Air Conditioners — Installing Ductless (Split System-Heating & Cooling) Type Air Systems allow you to regulate the temperature in rooms that you are occupying. This is more efficient than central air conditioning, helping to reduce your home’s overall energy costs. Newer technology-based units are now more efficient than ever.
Seal and Insulate — Poorly sealed window, doors, air ducts can dramatically reduce the cooling efficiency of your choice of air conditioning systems. Every little bit helps!
Programmable Thermostats — Programmable Multiple Zone, Thermostats help reduce energy consumption. You won’t have to manage your system daily or weekly to adjust the AC temperatures up or down. NOTE: Every degree higher you set your AC will reduce your home cooling bill by up to 5 percent.
Avoid Unwanted Sources of Heat —Almost all appliances and plug-in devices push heat into your home. Turn off what you do not need or in use. Pay attention to the sun coming in certain windows at certain times of the day and year, shade windows to reduce unwanted heat.

While thinking green, homeowners tend to feel a little overwhelmed when presented with the complete scope of work to Going Green.
The Bottom Line, it is a smart choice for your bank statement and the environment, it’s not unusual for remodeling options. If you’re feeling unsure, Going Green is NOT an all-or-nothing investment, and not every homeowner has the time or the finances to purchase the most energy-efficient air conditioner and materials for all the Going Green Tips listed here. The truth is that any steps you take in Going Green is a good step! When it comes to the high cost of energy and the heavy consumption that drives the cooling system in your home, any Going Green Step is a big benefit over the long haul.
If you do think Going Green is the right choice for your home and family, talk with Advantage Air about adopting a Going Green remodeling plan that can be customized to your budget. Remember that you don’t have to do it all at once!

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