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Are you and your family joining the trend? California is going green! Silicon Valley Comfort will be giving away FREE nest thermostats to homeowners making the upgrade to high-efficiency HVAC equipment.

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Posted on Oct 13, 2018

Replacing your A/C?...
Right Now SVC is offering phenomenal discounts on Bryant Air Conditioning units and Heat Pumps.
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Legacy™ Line Central Air Conditioners
Replacement Prices Starting at $4,999 (INCLUDING INSTALL!)

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The Bryant Evolution® System

$11,000.00–$14,000.00

The Evolution® System
It takes the Evolution® system to achieve comprehensive comfort. The Evolution system is an advanced communicating system, capable of delivering high-efficiency performance and total home comfort in both warm and cold conditions. With an Evolution system, you have more cont...

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Free 2nd Opinions.

Oct 8, 2018 – Nov 9, 2018

It’s unfortunate to see so many under-qualitfied & untrustworthy HVAC "technicians" & contractors whom run heating and cooling companies, take advantage a homeowners lack of technical knowledge of Heating & Cooling equipment to sell necessary parts or trick them into purchasing a full replaceme...

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Posted on Jul 4, 2018

Why not adjust the airflow, wouldn’t that be simpler?

My HVAC contractor says I should add zone dampers to my HVAC system, what are they? A zoned system is one in which areas of the house that differ greatly in temperature are each given their own thermostat. Those thermostats control the t...

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Services

Service Calls: Troubleshooting/Diagnostics

  • Service Call For Troubleshooting Diagnostic

    $167.00
    AC Unit Repair Cost FactorsOf course, there are certain factors that can increase or decrease your air conditioner service cost. Those factors include:Age, Timeline, Efficiency & Size, Applied Force, Maintenance, Extent of Damage. The average lifespan of an AC unit is 15 years. Just like us, AC units get beat up and slow down over the years. As such, the older the unit is, the more expensive your repair will be. While the extent of the damage will certainly play a bigger role in your average HVAC repair bill, age will factor in. Time line: Sadly, HVAC issues seem to come up at the worst times. That’s because most of us do not use the air conditioner until summer or late spring. Clearly, these are the months cool, constant air is most appreciated. Believe it or not, other homeowners are going through the same dilemma. Call Silicon Valley Comfort anytime 24/7 for immediate service & repair.
  • After Hours Service/Diagnostic

    $217.00
    AC Unit Repair Cost Factors Of course, there are certain factors that can increase or decrease your air conditioner service cost. Those factors include:Age, Timeline, Efficiency & Size, Applied Force, Maintenance, Extent of Damage. The average lifespan of an AC unit is 15 years. Just like us, AC units get beat up and slow down over the years. As such, the older the unit is, the more expensive your repair will be. While the extent of the damage will certainly play a bigger role in your average HVAC repair bill, age will factor in. Time line: Sadly, HVAC issues seem to come up at the worst times. That’s because most of us do not use the air conditioner until summer or late spring. Clearly, these are the months cool, constant air is most appreciated. Believe it or not, other homeowners are going through the same dilemma. Call Silicon Valley Comfort anytime 24/7 for immediate service & repair.

Installation (Equipment Change-outs of existing piece of equipment)

  • Install Forced Air Furnace 80% FAU

    $2,200.00
    INSTALLATION OF FORCED AIR FURNACE- Install new, single zone gas updraft furnace with existing ductwork. Install 3/4" gas line (up to 20 ft) with a shut-off valve. Install branch 120V circuit to the unit. Fabricate openings and support mounting. Connect the unit to existing supply and return ducting. Fabricate and install exhaust vent system up to 10 feet. Connect power and gas to the unit. Mount and connect thermostat. Power unit and verify proper operation...
  • 14 SEER Air Conditioning system.

    $5,995.00
    14 SEER Air Conditioning system. For horizontal, up flow, down flow and vertical installation. Requires 240V 25A electrical connection required at unit. 10 yr limited warranty. A/C install Labor, Basic Basic labor to install heat pump with favorable site conditions. Add new heat pump to replace central air furnace. Install dedicated 240V 20A circuit. Place and level mounting pad. Mount and secure condenser to pad. Install heat exchanger in existing supply plenum. Connect, insulate lines between condenser and heat exchanger. Connect existing thermostat. Connect condenser to power. Charge condenser with up to 12 lbs of R410a refrigerant. Power unit. Verify proper cycling and temperature control. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup. Option: Remove HVAC Unit Disconnect power, connections and fittings. Disconnect mounting hardware and remove unit from premises. For units up to 200 LBS. Material cost includes dump fee.
  • Heat Pump Installation costs starting at $6,400.00

    $6,900.00
    14 SEER heat pump system. For horizontal, up flow, down flow and vertical installation. Requires 240V 25A electrical connection required at unit. 10 yr limited warranty. Heat Pump Labor, Basic Basic labor to install heat pump with favorable site conditions. Add new heat pump to replace central air furnace. Install dedicated 240V 20A circuit. Place and level mounting pad. Mount and secure condenser to pad. Install heat exchanger in existing supply plenum. Connect, insulate lines between condenser and heat exchanger. Connect existing thermostat. Connect condenser to power. Charge condenser with up to 12 lbs of R410a refrigerant. Power unit. Verify proper cycling and temperature control. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup. Option: Remove HVAC Unit Disconnect power, connections and fittings. Disconnect mounting hardware and remove unit from premises. For units up to 200 LBS. Material cost includes dump fee.

Testimonials

2 months ago
I live in the bay area and usually like to call for local folks for my house repairs, garage door, water heater, and then this one, furnace. We called them as our furnace went out on the coldest night of the year. Nina picked the call and was honestly telling us our 15 years old furnace should not need major repair or replacement. Before the call, I already did some online research and saw some horror stories. They came next morning, quickly found the broken igniter and replaced it with a compatible but better type. John also did a thorough checkout to be sure the furnace in a good working condition. The price is reasonable to me, especially considering the cold day with all people calling for helps. I'll call them to bypass the PG&E controller on my AC as I'm no longer in PG&E program. The price they quoted was also very reasonable. I'd highly recommend them. -Kenny
- Kenny X
7 months ago
Silicon Valley Comfort is thorough and trustworthy and provides high-quality work at a reasonable price. John took the time to explain everything he was doing as he fixed our furnace, which needed several tweaks to get it working smoothly again. They were very easy to communicate with via calls and texts and were willing to work outside of normal business hours despite being in a busy season. We look forward to working with them again for preventative maintenance on our furnace.
- Rebecca W
5 months ago
I like the service. I called them at 11PM and Johnny and Nina were ready to come at 1AM in morning to install thermostat. They have done job very neat and clean. Looking forward to get more HVAC work done from Silicon Valley comfort.
- Nainesh D

Silicon Valley Comfort

  Known for Quick Air Conditioning & Heating Equipment Repairs & Installation. Based out of San Jose, CA. Silicon Valley Comfort serves the HVAC service needs of residential homeowners, business owners, and general contractors throughout Silicon Valley, including Los Gatos, Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Woodside, Menlo Park, Atherton.

  With detailed Mechanical Installations, Service, Fast Repairs & Low Cost on Parts. Silicon Valley Comfort is recognized as an Industry Leader in local HVAC/R Heating & Air Conditioning Contracting, Specializing in Custom HVAC/R Designs in High-end Residential & Light Commercial Heating & Cooling Situations. Products & Services both satisfying aesthetic standards and sensibilities.- License # 1026000   

 
     Call Silicon Valley Comfort for Free estimates on all New Installations.

  • Gas Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wall heaters
  • Floor Heaters
  • Radiant Floor Heating
  • Mini Split Ductless Heat Pumps
  • Duct Changeouts
  • Air Cleaners & Filtration Systems
  • Air intakes, ventilation & HRV's
  • Humidifiers
  • and more...



       Silicon Valley Comfort is young. Yeah, we're young, clearly. However, at 33 years old, I bring 17 years of hands-on experience, along with five years of Trade education to the table. Young and Fascinated with this trade in general, at 16 years old I enrolled in an Occupational program to become a technician. (Central County Occupational Center in San Jose CA)Currently known as Metro-ED.

  In 2001, I wasn't great a great student in high school; I was struggling. My father noticed this and encouraged me to join an occupational training program. I was just happy to get out of school half a day early.

  At 16 years old I enrolled in an Occupational program to become a technician. (Central County Occupational Center in San Jose CA)Currently known as Metro-ED. It didn't take long at all before I was fascinated with this trade and the skill I've acquired.

 Young, motivated & showing a ton of potential; it took me less than seven months in the program, I was elected Class Foreman. It was the feeling it gave me, seeing my father so proud of me, that I dedicated all my free time and studies to make a life career plan in the HVAC/R industry.

  I'd become a bit obsessed with my new skill, and now the class foreman, with duties consisting of tutoring other students with their studies & the responsibility of signing off projects & assignments they've completed. I was now overseeing the Maintenance of all the HVAC/R equipment on the campus.

 Equipped with a bag of tools, meters & a walkie-talkie, I was now leading a small crew of both, adults & young students, responsible for changing filters, tightening fan belts and servicing these roof-top Packaged units. This Experience paved the way for the Segway of my next chapter within the HVAC/R trade. 

 At 18 years old I was hired at Supreme Air Systems, out of Campbell CA. It was a small family-owned Residential Heating & Cooling company that still in business today. The owner there was a great mentor to me and gave me my first opportunities to work as a Journeyman installer.



What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

 If you’re thinking about installing or replacing a central air conditioner, you’re probably aware that this is one of the most significant home improvements you can make in terms of comfort. 

  On a hot, humid summer day, few amenities add to the quality of life more than central air conditioning.  

 In order to install the right size unit, contractors need to know the home’s heating and cooling requirements, based on a variety of factors (e.g., size of the home, type of windows, insulation, etc.).

 Leaky ducts can cause health problems and waste the energy savings that new high-efficiency HVAC systems promise. 

 Also, if the pipes are too small, they will cause the HVAC system to use more energy while delivering less comfort. Ducts that are too small also may lead to early Equipment failure. 



 What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?


 Will the contractor review the load calculation for your home with you?

 Determining heating and cooling loads based on the building’s square footage is inaccurate and inadequate. Also, basing replacement equipment on the size of the original system could lead to problems since the original equipment size may have been incorrect. Selecting a high-efficiency unit is smart. 

 Did the contractor review the equipment installation procedures with you?
 
  Hiring a contractor who will install the unit, so it performs at that high level of efficiency is very smart. It takes great skill and a little extra time to design and test the system to ensure the equipment was installed correctly. 

 You should receive the equipment’s operators manual(s) and be shown how to do a few simple things like operating the thermostat and change the air filter.
   
  Does the contractor have an installation checklist for testing the new equipment? 

 You should also receive a copy of the checklist used to test, measure, and ensure the system is working as designed and save them in your records. 
 
 Did the contractor review the condition of your duct system with you?

 Does this contractor have installers that were also trained to use Manual J Load Calculations and will they be running all the tests necessary to determine proper airflow, static pressures, and perform a duct leak test?

 Are you sure you're hiring a contractor that can properly design the ducting system according to the manufactures specs?

  Did he promise a ducting system with 6% of air leakage or less? Its an actual requirement now, and if he isn't the one testing out the pipes, a 3rd party HERS testing company should be called to test the leakage, to get a building permit from the city inspector.  

  Upon job completion, will the contractor sit down and give you all the information you need? 

 You should receive warranty and maintenance requirements and contact information. 

  Post-installation measurements are key factors in ensuring your energy savings and guarding your health and safety.   

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