Reno Heating & Air Inc

Reno Heating & Air Inc
Reno Heating & Air Inc offers Furnace Repair services in Sparks NV.

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Reno Heating & Air Inc has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Reno Heating & Air Inc has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sparks, Nevada is 39 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Reno Heating & Air Inc. shared Truckee Meadows Water Authority's event.
Get Smart About Water! Join Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) for our first-ever Smart About Water Day. We’ll have everything from heavy equipment to microscopes for fun and interactive demonstrations. Talk directly to our experts on anything you want to know about our region’s water resources and how they are managed to meet our community’s needs. Please save the date for this event, from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., at Lazy 5 Regional Park on Saturday, October 21st. We'll have the experts in the room to answer everyone's questions about our current and long-term approach to water resource management in our region, including infrastructure, conservation, water quality and growth. Representatives from the Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency and Western Regional Water Commission will also be on hand to answer questions and offer information about the important work their agencies are doing both on their own and in collaboration with TMWA. Here’s some of what you can expect: • The Big Picture: Gain an understanding of the fascinating dynamics that take place at the intersection of population growth, regional planning and our water supply under the Truckee River Operating Agreement (TROA). • Large Projects in 2018: Know what's coming up to ensure long-term water service reliability, including what might be in store for your neighborhood. • From Surface to Ground: Examine approaches for aquifer recharge, and the impact it has had on water table levels in 2017. • New Uses for Recycled Water: Review ways to make the most of recycled water, including innovative research that is underway. • For Inquisitive Minds: Listen into a series of topic presentations in an interactive, casual format. Subjects include: the Truckee River Operating Agreement—how it changes everything, the future of recycled water, how conjunctive use helps all area wells, and how growth and water are planned for in our community. There will also be two workshops on winterizing your home. • For Outdoor Types: Take tree tours around the beautiful landscape at Lazy 5, and learn about caring for your trees now and throughout the winter. • For the Kids: Bring the family for watershed education provided by Sierra Nevada Journeys, and take a break together at a conservation activity table. • See Big Equipment: The trucks and equipment that are building and repairing our water system infrastructure will be on display. Educational Mini-Sessions In addition to several stations and hands-on exhibits, short 10-minute sessions on key water management topics will be presented at the top and the bottom of each hour. The following is a schedule of presentations planned throughout the day: 11:00 a.m. Winterizing Workshop, Making Your Home and Yard Winter-Proof Laine Christman, TMWA Resource Economist Walking Arbor Tour: Best tress for our area and how to care for them. Dale Carlon, certified arborist 11:30 a.m. • Understanding Water Rights in the Truckee Meadows John Zimmerman, TMWA Water Resources Manager12:00 p.m. Why the Truckee River Operating Agreement is a Game-Changer for the Region. John Enloe, TMWA Director of Natural Resources Planning and Management • Walking Arbor Tour: Best tress for our area and how to care for them - Dale Carlon, certified arborist 12:30 p.m. • Smart Growth– Our Regional Planning and Water Resources Outlook - Kim Robinson, Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency - Jim Smitherman, Western Region Water Commission 1:00 p.m. • Coordinating Use of Surface Water and Aquifers with Conjunctive Use Management - John Enloe, TMWA Director of Natural Resources Planning and Management • Walking Arbor Tour: Best tress for our area and how to care for them - Dale Carlon, certified arborist 1:30 p.m. • Winterizing Workshop, Making Your Home and Yard Winter-Proof - Laine Chirstman, TMWA Resource Economist All activities are free and reservations are not necessary, just drop in! We hope to see you there!
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Reno Heating & Air Inc. shared Sensi's photo.
Programmable thermostats can save you money on your power bill. Call us for options or talk to the Technician when he comes out for $69.95 fall furnace maintenance
With the continuous back glow on the new Sensi Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat, you don't ever need to be afraid of the dark. Happy #FridayThe13th!

Reno Heating & Air Inc. shared US National Weather Service Reno Nevada's post.
Beautiful fall weather will be in store for the end of this week with mostly clear skies, warm days, and crisp mornings. Today and Saturday highs will be near the low 80’s accompanied by sunny skies. As Sunday afternoon approaches, a cold front enters the region with breezy and cooler conditions. Wind gusts around 30 mph will pick up by the afternoon on Sunday. Have outdoors plans Sunday? If you want to avoid the winds and colder temperatures, you may consider moving them to today or Saturday.

Fall is means fireplace season at our house. Did you know that we can service or do a maintenance on your gas fireplace? We also can install new gas fireplaces, call us to set up a free estimate or schedule a maintenance.
Luxury has a place in whichever room you choose. Our flagship 6000CLX model is part of the product line that started it all with our patented Direct Vent tec...

Reno Heating & Air Inc. shared KTVN Channel 2 News's post.
If you're a Sparks resident and have a home built before 1994 without fire alarms, The Sparks Fire Department will freely install fire alarms in your home. Details:
The City of Sparks Fire Department has released fire-safety tips as part of October being Fire Prevention Month.