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Nevada is one of the larger states, ranked 7th in terms of area, but its population is ranked 35th, with a little more than 2 million people in the state. The capital of the state is Carson City; the largest city is Las Vegas. The southern third of the state, including Las Vegas, is located in the Mojave Desert, but temperatures vary across the state because of the many mountain ranges. Average temperatures are in the low 20s during the winter and in the low 90s in summer.
As might be expected, gambling is the major industry in Nevada. If contractors don't want to gamble with their profession, they should make sure they are licensed to bid or work on construction jobs in Nevada.
The Nevada State Contractors' Board evaluates applications for licensure and decides if contractors are eligible to take the Contractors Management Survey Exam (CMS). The exam is given once a month and contractors who want to be licensed in more than one trade must apply and pay for multiple exams. Contractors will also need a surety bond (the amount of which is set by the board) and must also provide proof of industrial insurance with the Nevada State Industrial Insurance System.
Consumers who are having problems with their HVAC contractor should contact the Nevada Attorney General to file a complaint. You can also file a complaint with the Licensing Board and they have a detailed procedure to try to resolve problems.
If you are having difficulty paying your heating or cooling bills, contact the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).