Chicago’s premier HVAC contractor with over 15 years of experience, Global Heating & Cooling is the one-stop to all your HVAC needs. Our team of skilled and professional technicians specializes in all types of air conditioning and climate control systems; including split small split systems, rooftop-mounted heating and cooling systems, furnaces, heat pumps and more. We serve both residential and commercial customers in almost all areas of Chicago, including Park West.
HVAC systems are complex pieces of equipment that require timely maintenance to keep performing optimally. Because of the city’s extreme climate, most HVAC systems in Chicago work overtime, and aging and overused heating and cooling systems can quickly lose their efficiency. This can lead to sky-high energy bills or even complete HVAC system failure. Whether your equipment needs to be services, repaired or replaced entirely, Global Heating & Cooling can provide the right solution, within budget and on time.
Using a combination of advanced methods and state-of-the-art equipment, our technicians apply a comprehensive approach in all the HVAC services they provide. Each HVAC unit is rigorously examined for issues, which helps us identify, diagnose and resolve issues before they evolve into major problems.
At Global Heating & Cooling, we’re dedicated to ensuring that you, your family, and your family are comfortable year round. When you work with us, you can rest assured that your HVAC system will run safely and efficiently.The full range of our HVAC repair services in Park West include:
Get in touch with us today to hire us as your HVAC repair specialists for commercial and residential HVAC in North Park West, 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.