5 Tips To Lower Your Summer Utility Bill

Summer is just around and that means nice warm weather and hot sunny days. It also means air conditioning….and high summer electric bills. Here are 5 tips to help you lower your summer utility bill. Continue reading

HVAC 101: The Installation Position

This is the first blog in a series explaining the basics of heating and cooling with a forced air system. This series will look at the different parts including the installation, the furnace, the air conditioning unit, the duct work, the thermostat and indoor air quality. I will hopefully explain how the parts and pieces work to deliver the maximum comfort for you inside your home. Continue reading

Quick Poll: How Often Do You Change Your Furnace Filter?

What is the right size furnace for my house?

This is a great question that I get routinely asked. And the answer all depends on your house.  Some contractors will solely base it on the number of square feet you have in your house, some will base it on the size of your air conditioner and some will simply replace your furnace with the exact size you currently have in your house.

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4.99% On Utility Bill High Efficiency HVAC Financing!

A great new program from Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas, North Shore Gas and ComEd for Chicagoland area consumers looking to upgrade to high efficient furnaces and air conditioning units. Effective in January 2014 you can now qualify for a low 4.99% rate utility bill financing for your new furnace, boiler and air conditioning unit.

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5 Things To Ask Your HVAC Contractor

It seems there is a HVAC contractor on every corner in the Chicagoland area.  This could be for any number of reasons including no state licensing, low-cost entry into the business, availability of numerous products and a large base of potential customers (everyone house needs at least heating in Illinois).  Because of the sheer number of HVAC contractors in the area and the wide-ranging prices between contractors here are 5 things to ask your HVAC contractor before the project starts to protect you, your investment in equipment and your home.

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