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Ambient Edge is proud to serve as the primary provider of heating and air conditioning service in Laughlin. We employ NATE-certified, Nevada-licensed technicians who carry full insurance policies and must complete years of training before being allowed to work independently. Our technical professionals can handle all repairs, installation, and maintenance services; including duct cleanings, main-unit repair, commercial installations and whole-system tuneups. With our 24/7 Emergency Service we are always on call around the clock to address breakdowns, leaks and other emergencies that simply can’t wait.

As southern Clark County’s factory-authorized Lennox dealer, Ambient Edge offers access to the latest, greatest heating and air conditioning systems and equipment. Locals can choose from an impressive range of furnaces, all-in-one units, heat pumps, air purifiers, humidifiers and more. Ambient Edge is also proud to sell home automation systems, thermostats and other useful accessories. Lennox’s long-term warranties cover many of the systems and accessories that Ambient Edge sells, and the company’s own satisfaction guarantee provides much-needed peace of mind for its customers. With Ambient Edge, Laughlin enjoys the great indoors no matter the time of year.

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Laughlin, NV

History

Laughlin is one of the youngest settlements in southern Clark County, Nevada. In the early 1960s, a Las Vegas casino owner named Dan Laughlin purchased an enormous tract of land at the state’s southern tip. The casino and entertainment center that he founded along the Colorado River would soon become the focal point of the boomtown that bore his name. During the subsequent decades, Laughlin became known as a family-friendly gaming destination and pit stop for RV owners. The construction of the Laughlin River Walk was a major milestone in the city’s development and could serve as the basis for the expansion of its casino district. According to publicly available data, Laughlin is the third-most-popular gaming destination in the United States.

Geography

Laughlin sits at Nevada’s southernmost tip. It’s bounded by Arizona to the east and California to the west and south. A broad bend in the Colorado River separates Laughlin from its sister city of Bullhead City, Arizona. The city of Needles, California, sits about 15 miles to the south and completes a populated “triangle” that encompasses three states and three counties. The area’s physical landscape is dominated by a series of low mountain ranges as well as the basin that holds Lake Mohave. Major thoroughfares include Highways 95 and 163.

Population and Demographics

Although the city of Laughlin is a popular destination for tourists and seasonal residents, its year-round population is quite small. As of the most recent Census count, Laughlin had fewer than 8,000 permanent residents. Many of the folks who staff the city’s casinos and entertainment venues actually live in Bullhead City or Needles. However, affordable home values and ample amounts of undeveloped land ensure that Laughlin will continue to attract attention from retirees and second-homeowners.

Things to Do in Laughlin, Nevada

There are plenty of things to do and see in Laughlin. The city’s River Walk is the center of its nightlife and entertainment district. Water taxis ply the length of Laughlin’s Colorado River waterfront, transporting visitors between its bustling casinos and resorts. Outdoorsy types can escape Laughlin’s glitz at Dead Mountain Wilderness area and Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Meanwhile, watersports enthusiasts can check out Big Bend of the Colorado River State Park, take a boat out on Lake Mohave or scuba dive amid the lake’s shipwrecks and rock formations. Downtown Laughlin has an impressive range of shopping amenities as well.

Climate and Weather

Like the rest of the Mojave Desert region, Laughlin has an arid climate that’s marked by hot, dry summers, cool winters, ample sunshine and minimal precipitation throughout the year. Although winters can be quite cool and even moist, summertime highs routinely crest above 100 degrees and can make outdoor activity dangerous during the height of the day. Frozen precipitation is exceedingly rare, but the surrounding hills and mountains occasionally pick up a dusting of snow from passing storms.