HEATING & AIR New Install



From installing a small air conditioning system in your home to installing a 20-ton system for Home Depot, our NATE certified technicians know how to do the job right.

With nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, Sierra Valley is well-equipped to handle all your air conditioning service need.

Get a comfortable, efficient HVAC system for your home or office. When you replace your aging HVAC, you’ll enjoy better energy efficiency and enhanced comfort for yourself and your family.

HEATING & AIR services we offer:

  • New system installation or replacement
  • Service diagnostics and Repairs
  • Service Maintenance tune-ups
  • Air balancing and zoning systems
  • Indoor Air Quality improvement
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Why Get a New HVAC System?

If your heating and air system isn’t up to the demands of your family and home or it is showing signs of age, a new system will have a huge impact on the comfort of your home. Just a few of the benefits of a new HVAC system include:

  • Energy Efficiency: Replacing an older, inefficient model with a new system can dramatically cut your home heating and cooling costs.
  • Enhanced Comfort: A modern HVAC will make your home more comfortable, no matter what the weather is like outside.
  • Improved Air Quality: Older systems are just not equipped with the filters and features needed to keep your home free of pollutants, moisture, and dust.
  • Peace of Mind: No more worries about “when” the HVAC will fail again; a new system is far more reliable and comes with a warranty, too.
  • Easy Financing: Don’t put off that new, needed HVAC until “someday.” Easy, straightforward financing ensures you can be comfortable and enjoy a new system now, not sometime in the future.


If your responsibilities involve facility management, you can trust Sierra Valley to offer an unparalleled level of knowledge and skill to provide professional service for your commercial heating and cooling needs. Our NATE certified technicians are committed to providing the best possible service for all of our commercial clients.

With over 17 years of experience in business, we are known throughout the Sacramento area for our expertise and professionalism. We understand what is expected of us, especially when we’re working with a business.

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HEATING & AIR New Install


When is it time to replace my old HVAC system?


A good indicator it may be time for a replacement is when you notice that the system isn’t heating or cooling your home like it used it. For example, it takes a very long time for your home to cool down or heat up or it just doesn’t cool or heat at all. Another indicator it may be time for a replacement is a spike in energy costs when you are running the system. New equipment is much more efficient and will run for less time during the day resulting in savings on your energy bill.


How do I know what HVAC system is right for me?


Each type of system is recommended based on what is appropriate for your home and needs. The best way to find out what type of system is best for your home is to have our estimator come out and do an evaluation and make recommendations based on your home layout and your comfort concerns.


What is the difference between 80% AFUE and 90% AFUE?


The AFUE rating on a furnace relates to how efficient that furnace is. In other words, and 80% AUFE furnace converts 80% of its fuel into energy and a 90% AFUE furnace converts 90% of its fuel into energy. The higher efficiency furnaces will cost more to purchase but if you live in an area with colder or longer winter months then a 90% AFUE furnace can help to offset your heating costs.


What is a Ductless Mini Split?


Ductless Mini Splits are similar to a central HVAC system as is has an outdoor compressor and condenser and an indoor air handling unit. Ductless Mini Splits are a great option for commercial buildings with multiple offices that want individual control of temperate, multi-family house retrofits where access to ductwork isn’t available, and add-ons to existing houses with systems that can not support the additional square footage. Mini Splits are also used in residential applications where the home owners want temperature control over individual spaces in the home. This can help lower energy costs as you are only heating or cooling the space that is occupied.

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