THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE THE SHUSWAP: A pleasant temperature despite the weather

Keeping you comfortable: Our cooling and heating contractors are highly qualified.

Proair Heating & Cooling

Keeping you comfortable: Our cooling and heating contractors are highly qualified.

There are three things you should ask yourself before hiring a heating or cooling contractor: Are they professional? Is the product high quality? Can they save you money? If you ask Salmon Arm Proair Heating & Cooling, the answer is YES to all three questions.

All of Proair’s employees are certified Quality First technicians – BC’s highest level of training for heating contractors. Besides this, Proair Heating & Cooling has earned the accreditation of Certified Comfort Expert, York’s highest level of dealership status. This means Proair’s service is supported with a full money back guarantee from the manufacturer. A 10-year parts and labour warranty is available for York products.

York makes the most efficient products in North America. For example, the YP9 series furnace is 98% efficient – surpassing even the energy guide rating!  Many of Proair’s customers are using York’s 18 SEER heat pump, the most efficient air source heat pump available. This efficiency means York equipment makes the most of the fuel it consumes and releases minimal CO2 into the environment.

Proair knows how to save you money two ways; outstanding products and employee accreditation. For Quality First Technicians only, the homeowner gets an additional $100 back on any government rebate, currently $600 from BC LiveSmart and an expected federal government grant for the fall.

But Proair Heating & Cooling goes beyond the minimum. Where other contractors consider the grant and rebate process a burden, Proair takes care of all the paperwork and arranges the inspections for you. In three years, Proair customers have received more than $250,000 back from government grants and manufacturers’ rebates. This is more than any other contractor in the Shuswap.

When a homeowner hires a heating or cooling technician, they’re looking for a professional. With Salmon Arm Proair Heating & Cooling, you can take this for granted. But, you don’t have to take their word for it. Just read what Proair’s customers say on the testimonial page at

Whatever your priority: professional service, quality products, or saving money, you can trust Proair for all your heating and cooling service.

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