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Home Energy Experts offers residential HVAC installation, repair, maintenance, and testing services in the Reno-Sparks and surrounding northern Nevada area.
Operating in the HVAC industry for over 40 years, the Home Energy Experts team is always on the cutting edge of energy efficient heating and cooling solutions and best practices.
If you are looking to lower your heating and cooling costs without sacrificing comfort, the Home Energy Expert team is here to help.
Reno HVAC Installation
As we have installed, repaired, and maintained thousands of HVAC systems from dozens of brands, our team knows how to best pick and design an efficient heating and cooling system. As your whole house energy experts, we start our installation process by assessing your heating and cooling needs through an HVAC load calculation.
Our room to room HVAC load calculation will allow us to determine the right size HVAC unit to install in your home. Whether you are replacing a unit or need a new install, the Home Energy Experts team will make sure that you are receiving the best of efficiency and home comfort.
Interested in our HVAC installation? Contact Home Energy Experts and set up your appointment today!
The Home Energy Experts team is highly skilled, trained, and insured to take on any residential heating and furnace project. Whether you are looking for a system upgrade, replacement, a new installation, maintenance, or repair, we can handle it. Our team is highly skilled and trained in the industries best practices and knows the ins and outs of most heating and furnace systems.
Our air conditioning and cooling solutions are designed to get the most efficiency for the best investment. When it comes to combating the Northern Nevada summer with an air conditioning unit, our goal is to offer the most cooling for the least monthly energy costs. In new installations and replacements, we administer intensive testing to pinpoint easy fixes that will increase your home’s efficiency.
If your air conditioner seems to be struggling, is not cooling your home effectively, or costing you a lot of money to keep running, our team is here to help.
Our HVAC testing and home energy services are best in class and offer a thorough analysis of the factors affecting your heating and cooling system. If you are experiencing temperature differences from room to room, or high operating costs while still not being comfortable, one of the Home Energy Experts can come out and administer a full system check to pinpoint the issue. Rather than just getting your HVAC unit back to an operating state, we pinpoint causes and possible changes that can be made to prevent the issue from happening again.
The Home Energy Experts team is fully equipped to take on any HVAC repair project with a quick turn around. Going without heating or air conditioning is a pain, and our technicians are here to administer repairs on a quick schedule. Our service vans are stocked with the proper tools, and replacement parts to fix most issues with an HVAC system. Our repair services are not only designed to get your system up and running but to get it running more efficiently.
Providing top notch customer service is our priority
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Well trained service tech's
Roger - Reno, NV
I have had the same service tech for several years. Pleasant and well trained. He services our furnace (fifteen years old and installed by this firm) and pellet stove. He does a thorough job
Great customer service!
Marc - Reno, NV
Roger - Reno, NV
Response from Home Energy Experts Inc.:
Thank you Roger!Sincerely, Eric Robnett
Estimate on new Rheem electric 50 gal 5500 watt 9 year tall water heater. Quoted $2084.69. They went with qoute!
I installed the refractory panels that we supplied for a second time as well as the logs once completed I found that there was no power to the system. I had to pull the stuff back out of the unit and get to a side panel to realize that the power was never hooked up into the electrical box. This was the contractors duty have this done and hooked up but I did it for them being that I couldnâ€™t get back out to do a proper start up before vacation. The remote is also missing as well as the manual and the key to the glass I told Peter the builder that they are probably all together somewhere but no one knows where they are so they are going to try and locate it. I also need to look into how the low-voltage wires need to adapt to this valve assembly because the diagram and what Iâ€™m saying do not match up so I need to do some research for that as well.
Furnace Maintenance:Checked operation of thermostat and changed batteries in thermostat. Changed 1(20x30x1) return air filter. Cleaned furnace housing, blower and burner compartments. Pulled and polished flame sensor. Notice hot surface igniter with whiting and burnt off silicone???? Checked amp draws on inducer and blower motor. Checked capacitor R:10 A: 8.1mfd????? Cleared pressure ports and tubing. Cleared condensate drain line. Took temp split throughout home.Replaced failing capacitor, will follow back up once the special order igniter comes in!
FIREPLACE MAINTENANCE: X3 - cleaned the unit from dirt, dust, and debris - cleaned the burner and inspected - pulled and cleared the pilot from carbon build up - polished the igniter rod - polished the thermopile - polished the thermocouple - inspected the fan assembly - inspected the rope seal around the glass - cleaned the glass - wiped the unit down - relayed an ember bed - tested the thermopile and thermocouple - inspected performance of the fire - tested for gas leaks and tested gas pressure - tested for carbon monoxide - verified operation is normalThe great room fireplaceâ€™s glass is having condensation run down the glass and causing streaks. I opened the air shutters and go the unit burning as well as possible. The master bedroom unit has a slightly weak thermopile reading, it was reading at 201mv. I informed him that this may have to be replaced next year.
Furnace diagnostic Found drain clogged, cleaned drain and p-trap, check amp draws on the blower motor and inducer motor, check igniter and flame sensor, check thermostat, check limits.