Thank you for choosing Global Heating & Cooling for your HVAC needs! We have served Chicago with quality and integrity for the past 15 years, and are proud to be one of the city’s top HVAC contractors. Among other areas of Chicago, we now also provide our HVAC services in Dearborn Park.
Whether it’s a furnace, a heat pump or a condenser, our team of professional technicians has the skill and knowledge to tackle all types of HVAC-related issues. Our vast experience in installation, maintenance and service allow us to accurately assess the design intent of HVAC systems, and value engineer solutions that can save the client initial costs, ease of service and energy usage throughout the equipment’s life.
At Global Heating & Cooling, we provide services for both residential and commercial HVAC systems in Chicago. Our technicians are familiar with the infrastructure of buildings and mechanical systems in Chicago, which allows us to efficiently integrate HVAC design into existing building systems.
Prioritizing your comfort above everything else, we ensure that every air conditioning system we work with performs optimally throughout the year. Our innovative and cost-effective solutions are geared to decrease the carbon footprint of our clients by ensuring that their HVAC units are performing at maximum efficiency. At Global Heating & Cooling, we’re not only dedicated to providing you with better air quality, but we’re also focused on ensuring that our children have better air quality tomorrow.The full range of our HVAC repair services in Dearborn Park include:
Get in touch with us today to hire us as your HVAC repair specialists for commercial and residential HVAC in Dearborn Park, Chicago.
Heating and cooling costs account for roughly half of a home’s entire energy bill. Implementing energy efficient solutions can save money each month that would be better spent on other things!
To save energy,lower the temperature on the thermostat in the winter, and raise the temperature in the summer by a few degrees in the evening and when you are out of the home!
Open curtains during the day in the winter to allow the sun to help heat the home. Close the curtains in the evening to help retain warmth overnight.
Look for an Energy Star Rating when purchasing new heating or cooling solutions. Fact sheets are available for comparing and contrasting different models based on energy usage.
Turn off exhaust fans in kitchen and bathroom twenty minutes after cooking or showering. This will help with temperature regulation in the home and will save energy.