Despite having taken proper care of your HVAC system, there are certain factors that can cause it to break down over time. Basic issues such as a broken thermostat, a dirty filter, improper installation, blown capacitors or a tripped breaker can lead to hefty repair bills, especially if you ignore the problem. Keep in mind, basic HVAC system repairs can cost upwards of $6,000. The price can rise if you have a complex setup, an older system or problems that may have affected the entire HVAC setup.
By keeping your HVAC system well maintained with the help of a professional technician, you’ll not only extend the life of your air conditioning system, you’ll save money in the long run as well. And Global Heating & Cooling can help.
As a leading name in the industry with more than 15 years of experience, Global Heating & Cooling offers the assistance of only the most knowledgeable technicians in the field. Whatever your HVAC problem may be, you can be assured that our specialists will be at hand to repair the issue so your system can run smoothly. We also provide services for old home systems.
Committed to customer satisfaction, Global Heating & Cooling makes sure that our rates are affordable for everyone. We provide honest estimates with full disclosure so you won’t have to be concerned about any added expenses. What you see on the bottom line is all that you have to pay.
We understand that your HVAC system is an investment. As such, we want to make sure that you save money while keeping it in good shape. Offering services for all residential and commercial building systems, we try our best to be accessible to everyone. In addition to East Lincoln Park, we provide services to the following surrounding areas:
With us on the job, you can be assured that you’ve made the best choice for the improving the life of your HVAC system.
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.