A Clean System Means Better Air Flow

Here’s the blower wheel inside a furnace before and after cleaning.
Dirt that accumulates as little as 1/16 of an inch can reduce air flow by 30%!

No Shortcuts, Guesswork or Hacks Here

Don’t settle for good enough from your HVAC contractor.  You should expect your problems solved, complete comfort and things done right.

Filter Overdue for Replacing?

When it gets this bad your system may stop working.  Remember to check your filter once a month

Please help us feed the hungry

We are collecting non-perishable food for the COOL food pantry in Waukegan. Items most needed are cereal, canned fruits, vegetables and juice.
Through 4/30 donate at least 5 items and we will take $20 off your invoice!

Got Lint?

There’s probably a lot more than you think clogging your dryer vent.
Don’t let this compromise your dryer performance or become a fire hazard.

We don’t just fix and move on, we listen to you…

…take a thorough assessment of your HVAC needs and situation and explore options for improvement.  It’s satisfying to solve issues our clients’ didn’t even realize could be fixed.  This fuels our passion for making things better.   Read resolution stories here

Should I close HVAC vents in rooms that I don’t use?

No, you should not close the vents.  You still need to partially condition the room.  Closing the vents causes temperature extremes which are hard on the house, causing wood and drywall to expand or contract.

What can I check if I have no heat or ac?

If you have no heat or ac,  first check your circuit breakers and try resetting the circuit board.  Check to make sure the batteries in your thermostat are still good.  Check your filter, if it’s really dirty it can shut the system down.  If none of this resolves the issue, call us.

Why does my furnace and air conditioner bang when it comes on or off?

Why does my furnace and air conditioner bang when it comes on or off?

The ductwork is undersized, delivering or receiving less than needed airflow to the blower motor. Sometimes blower speeds can be adjusted which reduces this problem.   Otherwise, the ductwork needs to be calculated and additional ducts may be needed.

Why does my furnace and air conditioner whistle?

Too much air flow is going through the return grill. The grill or ductwork may be too small or the blower motor is not calibrated for the needed air flow. Don’t live with it, this can be addressed by having the ducts and grills sized for the airflow needed and/or adjusting the blower speed to recommended settings.