As an HVAC company that has been around since 1971, we’ve answered thousands of customer questions. One of the questions we hear over and over is this: “Are furnace tune-ups really necessary?” If you’ve read our blog before, you know that we are strong believers in getting a furnace tune-up every...

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It’s every homeowner’s worst nightmare. The snow is coming down, the kids are bundled up in blankets, and the house is growing colder by the minute—but the furnace won’t turn on! You hear it clicking, but it won’t produce heat.  When faced with this issue, many Chicagoland homeowners turn to...

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Basic science tells us that hot air rises while cold air sinks. This concept naturally also applies to the air inside your home. In fact, it’s also a major factor in a common HVAC issue that happens when the upper levels of a home are hotter compared to t...

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Does your home suffer from uneven cooling? If you turn on your air conditioner and find that your home gets cold in some rooms and not in others, or is cold on the first floor but feels like a sauna on the second, there may be a problem with your home HVAC system.  There are a variety of factor...

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A home’s garbage disposal is a valuable appliance that serves an important purpose: to keep organic food waste from clogging up the kitchen sink. Although garbage disposals are self-cleaning, like any home appliance, they do require occasional maintenance from time to time to keep them running at pe...

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Despite the extra cost, time, and care that go into keeping a pet in our homes, for pet owners that love their animals, having a pet or two is a large part of what makes a home a home. Even so, knowing how to properly care for your home when living with pets is part and parcel of being a responsible...

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Furnaces are very safe machines, but under the right circumstances and with the right malfunctions, they can be dangerous. To homeowners with a little HVAC knowledge, this should be no surprise. Furnaces ignite combustible gasses to create heat and fire to warm your homes. If the unit in your home b...

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