Small family-owned AC businesses are quickly pairing with "HomeFree Nevada" in order to help the community save on energy costs at little to no personal expense.
It is no secret that Nevada was one of the worst hit states in this down economy. With larger than average unemployment rates and a housing market that completely crashed, the state of Nevada has clearly fought to stay afloat. Nevada can take pride in the fact that not-for-profit organizations are still adamantly helping homeowners to stay afloat and cut expenses so they can have a comfortable place to call home for years to come.
"HomeFree Nevada" is a non-profit organization that is creating an element of relief for homeowners and businesses alike when it comes to cutting down their energy bills and finding more effective ways to cool their homes. With temperatures that easily hit the 120 degree mark, it can sometimes seem as though AC repair in Las Vegas especially (since southern Nevada no doubt experiences the harsh temperatures more frequently than anywhere else) is regularly needed if not required. Truth is, the reason most homeowners and business are seeing higher than average utility bills is because they have not recently serviced their system. Numerous local AC companies are pairing with "HomeFree Nevada" to help companies better their business and cut outrageous costs. Just recently, Goodwill Industries Inc., utilized their services and received thousands of dollars worth of free services due to private grants from "HomeFree Nevada".
Windy City Air is a family-owned heating and cooling business in the Las Vegas area. They are in the final stages of working with "HomeFree Nevada" in order to further aid the Las Vegas community. Independently, this company also offers free air conditioner service and diagnostics with any repair. Additionally, for $49 they will conduct a 21- point safety inspection and full diagnostic of your system.
In order to cut costs and get your ac repair in Las Vegas completed by a company you can trust visit http://www.windycityair.net or call (702) 932-7284.