The team at Proservice
is here for all your residential, commercial, and industrial heating and cooling needs. Our team of technicians has the knowledge and experience to service, repair, and maintain any make or model on the market. We feature a number of Carrier/Payne products, the #1 manufacturer in the nation.
If you're looking to upgrade the heating and cooling systems in your home or office, it can be a complicated procedure. Don't take it upon yourself, trust our experts. We'll bring your systems up-to-date with the most efficient, money-saving technology. We have a number of energy-saving choices, heat pump options, variable blower speed options, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, and temperature control systems.
No matter what your heating and cooling needs are, there is no better team than the Proservice
team. Call today at 573-747-1679 for a FREE
estimate and to schedule your service. We do everything we can to ensure maximum comfort, savings, and satisfaction. You only get one chance to do it right the first time! Most HVAC systems come with a 10-year warranty
There's a lot of technical jargon in the heating and cooling industry and it can be hard to know what things like energy efficiency ratings are and what they mean for you. Proservice has provided you with a list of some commonly-used terms and what they mean so you have a better idea of the service we provide.
- BTU (Brittish Thermal Unit) - is used t calculate the amount of LP or natural gas that is needed to heat your home; the bigger the home the more BTU’s.
- KW(H) - This means kilowatts per hour used to heat your home.
- AfUE - The total cost rating for heating or cooling your home. For example if you have an 80% furnace. That means for every dollar you spend 20 cents goes out the chimney but if you have a 95 percent furnace 5 percent goes out the furnace. Note that this is just what the system can do; if you have a poorly insulated home or ductwork with bad seals or that is not insulated yo could be losing even more money trying to heat your home.
- Seer Rating (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) - The higher the rating the more energy efficient (money saving) the system. As of March 2015 the minimum system will be a 14 Seer system. Five years ago there was no minimum requirement.
- Tonnage/Sizing- This is used in determining the size of the home or area to cool; the bigger the home the more tons required.
- Zoning- The purpose of Zoning is to accomplish an even or uniform temperature throughout the home which can be especially useful in large or multilevel homes.