residential-heating-airFew companies can match the depth of Villara’s residential heating and air conditioning experience. Villara has worked side-by-side with homebuilders to create comfortable, energy-efficient environments in more than 300,000 homes throughout Northern and Central California.

Innovation and Service

We put investment, innovation, and inspiration into every step of the building process. Our relationship with the homeowner does not stop at move-in day, Villara’s large service fleet responds quickly to service calls should they arise.

Huge Inventory and Custom Sheet metal

Our warehouse stocks thousands of brand-name systems and we keep a $7 million rotating inventory to offer the best prices. We manufacture many key components in the largest sheet metal fabricating facility on the West Coast. If a ready-made solution does not exist, Villara invents it!

Title-24 Consulting

New Homes in California must be designed and built to meet energy efficiency standards according to Title-24. Villara has set the industry standard for a cost-effective Title-24 compliance. We are a regular consultant to the California Energy Commission.

Estimating

Our team of estimators is led by our Chief Engineer who has 19+ years of experience with Villara Corporation. With an average of 11 years experience, our estimators are dedicated to providing our builders with bids that are on time and which include the best price. We bring value to each builder and homeowner with our patented products such as SmartVent, ZTE and Rainfighter Gable Vents.

Utility Rebate

Villara can also provide Utility Rebate Consulting, so you know your options and have the latest information on programs available in your community.

For more information about Villara bidding your next job, please contact us.

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