Get Ready for Colder Weather With a Heater Tune-Up

Get Ready for Colder Weather With a Heater Tune-Up

Heating accounts for approximately 42% of home energy use. Tune-ups are an effective, inexpensive way to maintain your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and reduce energy usage. Most manufacturers require them to keep warranties valid. To get ready...
Have You Noticed Strange Smells Coming From Your AC?

Have You Noticed Strange Smells Coming From Your AC?

If your air conditioner is blowing foul air into your Schaumburg home, it’s not normal and it’s time to summon a professional for AC repairs. Here are some unpleasant odors you might encounter, and here’s what might be causing them: Musty Aroma If you...
Replacing AC Units that Use R-22

Replacing AC Units that Use R-22

By now, you may have heard about the R-22 phase-out. You may also be aware that this refrigerant is going to become illegal to import or produce in the U.S. next year. If you have an older system that’s going to be affected by the phase-out, read on to find out...
Signs Your AC is Having Mechanical Issues

Signs Your AC is Having Mechanical Issues

From faulty electronics to leaking refrigerant, there are plenty of ways your air conditioner can fail. The most common problems, however, typically result from mechanical wear that hasn’t been addressed with proper preventive AC maintenance. The summer heat in...
Working with NATE-Certified Professionals

Working with NATE-Certified Professionals

In the HVAC industry, achieving NATE certification is the highest professional honor. Technicians who earn this credential have proven they know the best practices for installing, repairing, and maintaining HVAC systems. When you call in a NATE-certified pro to...
Things to Expect from a Commercial HVAC Contractor

Things to Expect from a Commercial HVAC Contractor

Keeping your Schaumburg, Illinois, business comfortable and well-ventilated can have a real impact on your bottom line. In fact, employee productivity declines by about two percent per degree on average once temperatures rise beyond a comfortable level. With that in...

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