Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Don’t get left in the cold! Our experienced team of professionals is here to keep your home or business warm and cozy.
Vailes Home Services is the leading company for all of your air conditioning and cooling needs. Our technicians are qualified professionals who will get the job done right for your home or business.
Serving the community for over 30 years!
Vailes Home Services is a family owned, full-service, remodeling, heating, air conditioning, & plumbing sales and service company. We opened in 1987 as Vailes Brothers, Inc., a home improvement and remodeling company. After decades of growth through hard work and superb service to the community, in 2002 Vailes opened a plumbing division and in 2006 an HVAC division. We work closely with the customer to ensure an optimal design, efficient product selection and production process, and an excellent end product.
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“Hello, we had a very good experience with the installation of our hot water booster. Brad was very customer-friendly, and he did a good job at the installation. Thank you!”
– Tom G.
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“Bradley did an excellent job. We were very pleased. We hope he gets to come out again if we have service needs in the future!”
– Ray C.
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Ductless air conditioning (AC) systems can be the perfect answer for that room which is never quite cool enough or for that new addition you are building. It’s a low-maintenance and affordable option to upgrading to a newer air conditioning unit when more cooling is needed inside your Staunton home.
When homeowners hear the phrase “ductless heat pump” a certain image may come to mind: the classic, wall-mounted indoor unit. These units are stylish and efficient, but often, homeowners and builders forget the full range of indoor unit options available to them.
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