HVACs are very sensitive pieces of equipment which are more prone to breakdowns as time passes. Considering the climate extremes particular to Chicago, your HVAC system’s likely to breakdown often unless you work with HVAC specialists to maintain and repair them. In fact, many people aren’t even aware of their HVACs malfunctioning and keep on paying huge energy bills thinking that’s how HVACs work—it takes an experienced technician to fix all of that.
Global Heating and Cooling has been working in Chicago for years offering expert HVAC maintenance services. We can repair radiators, furnaces, humidifiers and dehumidifiers to have your HVACs working as good as new. We are now offering our services in River West to help restore and install you HVAC systems.
We offer HVAC maintenance, repair and installation services for both residential and commercial HVACs to do away with the need for replacements. A new HVAC is pretty expensive, and you can’t keep replacing them every year or continue paying huge energy bills because of some fault in the system. We guarantee that our technicians will restore your HVACs to their original conditions within short time spans, reducing your electricity costs and preventing a full system breakdown.
We offer specialist HVAC repairs and maintenance systems for old HVACs, offering timely technical assistance in the case of breakdowns. Additionally, our technicians complete HVAC installations without becoming a hassle for your household or your offices. There’s no HVAC repair job that we can’t complete nor any system that we can’t install— Global Heating and Cooling offers the best possible services every time.The offer the following HVAC services in River North include:
Get in touch with us today to hire us as your HVAC installation, repair and maintenance specialists for commercial and residential HVACs in River 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.