HVAC units offer a one-time solution to temperature management in both the heat and the cold. However, over the course of time, because of extreme temperatures, regular use and potential electrical faults, your HVAC systems can break down. Malfunctions don’t only take the form of breakdowns—you also face the risk of rising electricity bills since faulty wiring can make your HVAC units inefficient.
Global Heating and Cooling in Chicago offers an extensive range of HVAC maintenance services to help you keep your temperature control systems efficient and functional for a long time. We’ve been working in the industry for years, offering premium maintenance services for both residential and commercial HVAC systems.
It’s important that you have professional installers fit your HVAC system to prevent any technical problems from faulty installations. We realize that it can be pretty inconvenient to have workmen around your residence or offices, getting in the way, so we make sure that we complete installations flawlessly and quickly to reduce the hassle. We also offer after-installation services like maintenance and repair services for your HVACs.
We also offer HVAC repair and maintenance services for your climate control systems, irrespective of the vendor or installer. You can schedule routine maintenance checks for your office HVAC and for your residence, where we can identify any potential problems and eliminate any possible threats to your HVAC.
We offer cost-effective solutions for your HVAC repair needs. We offer expert advice and extend the lives of your HVAC systems to make sure that you don’t need replacements or pay higher bills because of minor malfunctions.The full range of our HVAC repair services in West Loop include:
Get in touch with us today to hire us as your HVAC repair specialists for commercial and residential HVAC in West Loop, 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.