Handyman, HVAC & Plumbing Services in Boulder City, NV
Boulder City, NV Handyman – Air Conditioner, Furnace & Water Heater
Champion Services is proud to offer dependable HVAC and plumbing services in the Boulder City, NV area. We offer expert knowledge in the repair and replacement of air conditioners, furnaces, and water heaters. What service do you need? We have several licensed professionals on hand for any job, all licensed in their respective trade:
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Went to a customer's home to install a brand new air conditioning system. Performed the installation and tested it for leaks and quality performance. The new system is operating as it should.
Installed a water heater for a residential customer. Removed the old water heater and installed the new one in their basement. Tested the system to ensure it was operating correctly. The customer was satisfied with the installation.
Repaired an air conditioning system for a residential client. Upon investigation, found that there were blown fuses in the unit. Replaced the fuses and cleaned the coils as well. The system is now cooling the home as it should.
Provided air conditioning maintenance for a residential home. Found that there was water draining out of the auxiliary drain line near the porch. Was able to clear the main drain. The system is now operating as it should.
HVAC system at a commercial building was not functioning properly. Examined the unit and found that the ignition switch was not working and causing the problem. The switch was replaced and the system was restarted. The customer was pleased with the repair.
Residential customer called to say they needed an installation of a new shower head. Replaced the shower head in their guest bathroom. Made sure that it was working properly and was not leaking.
Called out to a residential home because two toilets were not flushing properly. Upon investigating found that the flush valves were not working. Installed two new flush valves. The toilets are working properly again. The customer was pleased.
Commercial client called with a leaking bar sink. Reconnected the trap arm to the bar sink extension. The nut washer had been missing and hadn't held the pipe in place. Made sure that the sink was working properly again before leaving.
Performed air conditioning maintenance for a commercial client. After inspecting the unit, it was determined that the blower motor was not functioning correctly. The blower motor was replaced. The system is now operating as it is supposed to. The client was pleased with the repair.
Completed an electrical repair for a residential client. Inspected the kitchen's recessed lighting and found that the switches and light sockets needed to be replaced. Replaced both of them for the client. Also adjusted the center tabs on the recessed lights to better connect with the bulbs.
A commercial client had issues with cooling. Inspected the system and discovered that the blower wheel was broken. Replaced the blower wheel. Performed other maintenance as well; cleaned the condenser coil and replaced filters. The system is now functioning as it should.
Install customer supplied bathroom faucet in Boulder City, NV.
Pantry door is dragging on the floor shorten door approximately a quarter of an inch; Install two sets of curtain tiebacks; Install a picture at the end of the hall and to where specified on the side walls in the hall in Boulder City, NV.
Attach two clothes hooks on hollow core door; Remove existing caulking on tub; Recaulk with silicone; Remove caulk on shower door; Recaulk with clear silicone; Install towel bar on closet door; Install towel bar on back of door; Assemble behind toilet rack and install in Boulder City, NV.
Supply and install 2 new shut off valves at master bath vanity; install customer supplied bathtub fixture at master tub in Boulder City, NV.
Remove existing kitchen sink and plumbing; install new customer supplied kitchen sink; install new customer supplied faucet; install new customer supplied garbage disposal; re-connect plumbing and air gap for dishwasher; remove old doggie door in fire door leading to garage; install new customer supplied doggie door; supply and install new light switch/fan switch combo in living room and master in Boulder City, NV.
Tighten tank on toilet; supply and install insulation to replacing missing portion at attic wall; shorten water supply drain pipe at washer box; fix dryer connector pipe with approved piping; correction of the discharge pipe in Boulder City, NV.
Install new owner supplied exhaust fan, disposal, and kitchen faucet in Boulder City, NV.
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Your air conditioner is blowing warm air because something is turning off the cooling system while the fan is running. Simple factors like thermostat settings and poor airflow may be the root of the problem, but there are also more serious possibilities like electrical issues and refrigerant leaks.
Make sure the fan is on auto and the thermostat is in the cool position. Additionally, it goes without saying that the set temperature is lower than the ambient temperature.
You should also check the filter in your air conditioner. Its purpose is to clean the air passing through the machinery of contaminants like dust. However, dust- and debris-filled air filters can completely prevent air from entering the system. The coils are then unable to remove heat. Therefore, the fan on your system simply blows heat back into your room.
Your hot water heater could stop working suddenly for a variety of reasons. The water heater tripping the circuit breaker is one of the most frequent. Your large appliances' circuit breakers may occasionally trip due to an unexpected power surge. Check the switch connected to your water heater at your electrical panel to see if it needs to be reset.
Your water heater's fuel supply being cut off is another frequent reason for breakdowns.
If you have a gas or propane water heater, the gas valve may have been shut off by someone. Your water heater cannot heat water without gas. Make sure the valve is set to "open" (parallel to the gas line, as opposed to perpendicular to it). If you notice a gas leak or smell gas (it has a "rotten egg" smell), you should immediately leave your house, call your utility company from a safe distance away, and have a professional repair your gas line.
There could be several reasons why your HVAC system is running but not cooling. Some common causes include a dirty air filter, a refrigerant leak, a malfunctioning compressor, or a faulty thermostat. A dirty air filter can restrict airflow, causing the system to work harder and reducing its cooling capacity. A refrigerant leak can also reduce cooling performance and cause the system to work harder, leading to further damage. A malfunctioning compressor or faulty thermostat can prevent the system from cooling properly. It's best to have a professional HVAC technician diagnose and repair the issue to ensure the system is working optimally and efficiently.
The type of system, usage patterns, maintenance, and installation quality are just a few of the variables that can affect how long an HVAC system lasts. In general, a properly maintained HVAC system can last up to 20 years for a heat pump system and between 10 and 15 years for a conventional central air conditioning system. The system might not last as long, though, if it is misused or improperly maintained. It's crucial to use your HVAC system effectively and efficiently, as well as to have professional technicians perform routine maintenance and repairs, in order to increase the lifespan of the system.