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Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018

Provillian Services Heating and Air


We’re heating system specialists:

  • High efficiency, Energy Star heating systems
  • Expert repairs on all heater makes & models
  • Expert repairs on all heat pumps and gas furnace makes and models
  • Emergency heating repair

Gas Furnaces vary in efficiency; however, most modern heating systems are very efficient and will save you hundreds of dollars over the lifetime of the system.  We also offer a standard warranty of twenty years on the heat exchanger, with a Limited Lifetime Warranty of 10 years on all functional parts.

Matching a Furnace to Your Heating Needs

As you set out to evaluate your furnace options, one thing you should take into consideration is how much space you need the furnace to heat. Matching your furnace to the size of your home is extremely important. If you choose a furnace that is too powerful for the size of your home, you will pay too much for no reason. A furnace like this will likely provide an uneven heating experience, and it will cycle on and off frequently.

A furnace that’s too small, on the other hand, is also a wasted investment. It will run excessively in order to maintain the desired temperature in your home.  In some cases it still may not be able to do so. However, you will pay to keep that furnace running all of the time whether or not it is actually keeping you warm.

Selecting a New Furnace

The furnaces that we carry are top of the line in every way. They are compatible with multiple types of air conditioning systems and heat pumps, so you should have no trouble finding a furnace that works with the system you currently have in place. We only carry furnaces that are among the best performing and most fuel efficient available, and we know they will provide an excellent overall heating experience that will   keep your family comfortable all year long.

Heat Pumps

How Heat Pumps Work

In some ways, heat pumps do exactly what their name implies – they pump heat from one area to another.

Heat pumps are actually able to extract heat from the air outside your home and then transfer it inside to keep the indoors nice and warm all winter long.

But that’s not all your heat pump can do. In addition to keeping your house warm all winter, heat pumps can actually cool your house in the summer by reversing that very same process. Rather than pumping in heat, heat pumps are able to remove the heat from your indoor air and transfer it outside, thereby keeping your home cool during the summer months.

Heat Pump Energy Efficiency

When compared to other types of home heating and cooling systems, heat pumps are considered to be remarkably energy efficient. One of the main reasons for this is that they don’t   actually have to create heat like a furnace would. Your furnace will take in fuel and convert that to heat, which is then circulated throughout your house. The heat pump, simply takes heat that is already there and concentrates it in one place – your home.

Another benefit of heat pumps is that they are exceptionally reliable and durable. They require minimal maintenance and can continue to run all year long without any interruption or disturbance. These systems, unlike other forced air heating systems, generate a constant flow of warm air. That means that your indoor temperature stays constant rather than fluctuating when a blast of hot air comes in as is the case with furnaces.

Air Conditioners

We offer a wide range of air conditioning systems for you to choose from, so that you will be able to select the efficiency level that will meet your comfort needs.  The type of air conditioner that is right for you will depend on a few things including the size of your home and whether or not you already have ductwork in place. However, by doing a complete audit of your home, we will be able to help you sort through all of your possible options.

For cooling smaller spaces or if you want to be able to control multiple climate zones in your home separately, we offer ductless split and mini–split air conditioning systems. These do not require ductwork to be installed, are very energy efficient and can be used for just one or two rooms, a basement, or a sun room area.

However, for larger homes or homes   that already have ductwork in place, we also offer more traditional packaged air conditioning systems. With these types of air conditioners, you will have an outdoor condenser unit to cool the air and an indoor air handler that manages the flow of chilled air throughout the house.


The type of thermostat that will work   best for you will depend on a variety of factors including the size of your home and the types of features that you are likely to use.

Non Programmable Digital Thermostats

Non Programmable Digital thermostats can be wired or wireless. Some non-programmable digital thermostats offer touch screen options while others have a basic set of controls and a simple temperature read–out.

Programmable Digital Thermostats

One of the most useful features of many digital thermostats is their ability to be programmed. Rather than having to manually adjust the thermostat every time you want to turn the heat or air conditioning up or down, you will only need to preset the temperature that you would like your system to maintain at certain times of day. The thermostat will do the rest.

Wireless Thermostats

Wireless thermostats are a relatively new addition to the market, but they are quickly growing in popularity. This is due to their versatility, as well as their ability to control temperatures from your smart phone or from a computer.

Since they do not need to be physically connected   to your heating or cooling system, wireless thermostats can be located anywhere in your home. In fact, you can have multiple access panels put in or even use a remote control without having to get off the couch to change the temperature. Wireless thermostats are also considered to be a more energy efficient option because of their ability to control temperatures so precisely.

Zone Control Systems

Zone control systems are heating and cooling controls that actually allow you to separate your house into separate climate zones. These zones can then each be controlled individually, making it possible for you to keep your bedroom at one temperature, and your living room at another.

These zone control systems themselves are generally wired directly into your heating and cooling system and have several access panels located in various parts of your home, through which you can manipulate the temperature in each zone

UV Air Purifiers and Media Filters

Media Filters provides whole-home filtration for optimal home comfort and air quality, with no additional energy costs. These filters remove dust mites and traps smaller particles of allergens, which greatly improves your indoor air quality.

Air Purifiers work to capture and kill dangerous bacteria, viruses and mold, safeguarding the air quality of your entire home. Indoor air is re-purified, not just filtered, as often as 8 times each hour