At Superior Heating & Air, we carry a full line of parts allowing us to repair and install all makes and models of condensing units and air conditioning systems throughout the Las Vegas Valley. We maintain and repair your existing system or offer replacement options when necessary. Replacing a system older than 15 years is usually the most cost effective solution because newer parts may not work properly with older units. When this happens, warning signs will pop-up and replacement is eventually required.AC Service

With the new high efficiency air conditioning units, they can save as much as 55% on electric bills. The very strict industry guidelines keep manufacturers on their toes to make the best equipment possible. Even in the scorching desert conditions, today’s newer units are designed to take the heat and keep you cool.

Specializing in energy efficient, residential and commercial air conditioner replacement, Superior Heating & Air is dedicated to keeping your desert climate control working efficiently. No job is too big or small, and we deliver 100% customer satisfaction on every project. We offer a wide selection of air conditioner models at affordable prices to meet your AC installation needs.

When service or repair is required, our team of certified technicians is always ready. We handle any repair from the most common central air conditioning systems to ductless systems, condensing units and compressors.

When you have a need for air conditioning replacement, repair or simply have a question, call our office at (702) 324-7597 and speak with one of our friendly customer service agents.


  • Ron Baker – Summerlin
    It turns out my pilot light had gone out and Joel was able to come over right away and get my furnace going quickly. Thanks for the great service!
  • Jessica P.

    Highly Recommend

    Chris was really helpful in getting my A/C back to normal quickly!  He found a small leak and was able to fix it quickly and inexpensively.
L as Vegas and Henderson area homeowners expect a lot from their central air conditioners. What was the best equipment 10 years ago is easily overshadowed by modern, more efficient A/C and heat pump systems. When upgrading an air conditioner or heat pump, work with a certified Superior Heating & Air technician to plan around four important factors.


Your A/C unit may need replacement much earlier than the indoor component, since it’s exposed to the elements. This leads to the temptation to replace only the outside condensing unit, leaving its still operating evaporator/air handler inside. This may be the right move, but talk to us at Superior HeaTechniciansting & Air first, because this short-term savings can lead to long-term regret. Indoor and outdoor units work the best when they’re matched with regard to their cooling efficiency ratings and refrigerant. Often, the indoor and outdoor components of an A/C or heat pump won’t work together at all if the compatibility issues are serious enough.
A wiser choice, though more expensive up front, when upgrading an air conditioner or heat pump is to replace the entire system. This removes doubt and will actually lengthen the life of both outdoor condenser and the indoor air-handling unit. Moreover, the issue of refrigerant compatibility may be the guiding force in reaching a decision on replacing one or both units.


Today’s modern central air conditioners are significantly more efficient than old models. Part of this is due to the federal push for American energy independence and a drive to reduce greenhouse gases. The federal Energy Star program mandates that the models you look at when upgrading an air conditioner have, at minimum, a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 13. This is easily obtainable, but models exist up to SEER 24.5. The higher the SEER value, the more money you will save on lower energy bills. You will conserve natural resources and lower atmosphere-fouling emissions.


At Superior Heating & Aire, we will calculate your cooling load, sizing and ductwork which is part of our conscientious installation. This means attention to details like:

  • Rebuilding or redirecting duct work as needed
  • Installing the interior unit to provide easy access for servicing
  • Installing an access door to reach the evaporator coil
  • Insulating any duct work that must run through the attic
  • Recommending and installing programmable thermostats in at least two zones
  • Locating the outdoor condenser unit to minimize noise and vibration for you and your neighbors
  • Ensuring adequate airflow into the outdoor condensing unit
  • Securing your outdoor unit against theft
  • Double-checking the refrigerant charge and airflow rates to meet manufacturer’s specifications