Valley Comfort Heating and Air

Valley Comfort Heating and Air offers heating and air conditioning new unit sales, service and replacement in Santa Rosa, CA, Sonoma & Napa counties. In addition to repairs and installations, we provide tune-ups and air duct cleaning. We're proud to be a factory-authorized dealer of Bryant.

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Vervaleen B.

Review of System Pavers by

· Napa (Marin)

They were very thorough in the preliminary portion with the sales. The installers were very efficient and did a great job. I am very happy with the work they did for me.

Tony R.

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· San Ramon

Everyone at Gayler Design Build was friendly and professional. I was constantly being updated on progress by our Project Manager. He went above and beyond his scope of work for us to ensure a timely and well done job. We even finished ahead of schedule. Truly a pleasure to work with Gayler and we lo... more

Dustin D.

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· Roseville

I had several bids for my roof replacement and RC was not the lowest. I called the bidders to negotiate prices, dates & terms and had better dealings with Janice & Rod at Roof Crafters than anyone else. Here again, there price was not the lowest, but dealing with them was the most favorable. I would... more

Mary D.

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· Yuba City

They do A+ work and I would highly recommend them to anybody.

What should I do to prepare my home for the winter?

Danielle Stone of Lunt Marymor PRO answered:

Oct 19, 2017
One of the best things you can do to prepare your home for the winter is to be sure that your heating system is in proper working order. We encourage our clients to have annual or bi-annual heating in ... read more
i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?
Jan 3, 2017
Condensation from the differential temperature is of course on answer.  The other and more concerning is the furnace or force air unit (FAU).  I would recommend contacting a licenced heating contracto ... read more

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