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Legend HVAC and Construction has been proudly serving the Silicon Valley for over 15 years.
Legend HVAC is a well-renowned Heating Contractor from San Jose. We've been providing clients with top of the line contracting services that cater to their specific needs and requirements. From small projects to larger and more complex jobs, we have experience dealing with all sorts of parameters. I’m here to fix, remodel, or repair what you need, when you need it. Contact us today to find out how I can help.
San Jose & Surrounding Areas:
Campbell, Los Gatos, Sunnyvale, San Jose , Cupertino, Milpitas,
Saratoga, Monte Soreno
& all of Santa Clara County
PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
Legend Heating and Air Conditioning is a leading Heating Contractor in the Silicon Valley area. Our mission is to achieve excellence in the HVAC industry by providing high quality air conditioning and heating products, superb workmanship, and fair estimates that are held to the highest ethical standard. We offer free service calls with repair. Give us a call at 408-981-8576
Furnace Installation & Heating Solutions
Furnace Repair, Service, Replacement, and Installation
Heater Repair, Service, Replacement, and Installation
Maintenance on your Furnace or Heater
Heat Strip Package Replacement
Heat Pump Indoor Coils, Condenser Section, and Compressor Replacement
Gas Valve Repairs
Condensing Furnace Repairs or Replacement
Combustion Blower Replacements
Flue Pipe Repairs or Replacement
Programmable Thermostat Installation
Duct Repair and Replacement
Electronic Air Cleaners
Electrostatic Air Filters
We are Bonded, Insured and Always Professional.
Need a repair? Give us a call! Our well-trained team is ready to provide you with quality air conditioning and heating repair services using original manufacturer’s parts when possible.
Want to replace your old HVAC system?
Legend provides high efficiency installations of air conditioning and heating systems and we will help you choose which system is right for your home.
Require maintenance service on your air conditioner or heating system?
What Would You Like to Know?
WHY WOULD I REPLACE MY HVAC SYSTEM?
Let’s face it older systems are less efficient than HVAC units put out today. In fact, even a system installed as few as ten years ago could be 60% less efficient than the replacement you would receive. Certain parts for older models are more expensive to replace than simply replacing the entire system. When faced with an expensive repair, it’s good to compare prices. Utility costs can go down with the installation of a new system, and the offset in prices between a replacement part and a new HVAC system could mean it’s cheaper to simply replace the system.it is a good idea to have your heating and air system checked at the beginning of heating and cooling season to insure proper operation.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE NEW HVAC SYSTEM IS INSTALLED?
It depends on whether or not this is the first HVAC system the house has had. If this is the first system, some items that may be needed include wires, ductwork, and chimney lining. By far, the most important component of the things needed when installing a new system is the ductwork, which is often made of either metal or fiberglass. The duct work must be the correct size to ensure that each room is supplied the right amount of air via the supply duct, and the right amount of air is taken away via the return ducts.
HOW MUCH WILL I END UP SPENDING ON THIS?
The price is often dependent upon what kind of supplies you’ll need and the quality of the pieces. Condition and type of ductwork in the home is something else to take into consideration when thinking about how much to budget for the repairs or replacements. Often, employees will be willing to help you figure out exactly what kind of piece you can purchase on your budget and make sure you get the best quality you can. If you need a thermostat, wires, and some new duct work, it might be worth thinking about installing the new pieces in order of importance: duct work first, and then the wires, then the thermostat. You can budget according to that if need be.