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Hodgkins IL HVAC, Heating, Air Conditioning, and Furnace Service

HVAC, Heating and Air Conditioning in Hodgkins IL
Climate Change Inc services the Hodgkins area for HVAC, Heating & Air Conditioning, and Ductwork installs and repairs.

You can count on our years of experience at Climate Change Inc. Since its conception, we have serviced thousands of residential and business air conditioners within the Hodgkins IL area. Climate Change Inc, will come out and provide a free estimate.

For every customer, we use a Quality Control Audit to assure you get all the comfort you pay for. For over 20 years Climate Change Inc has been providing Heating and Cooling services to the Hodgkins area.

Hodgkins IL Furnace Repair Services

Climate Change Inc provides the Hodgkins area with highly trained professionals to install and repair furnaces.
If a faulty furnace doesn't heat enough, this may be a sign of a bigger problem. Overtime, filters clog up, and the unit itself may become noisy. This may indicate a mechanical problem.
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Air Conditioning Service in Hodgkins IL

Climate Change Inc provides the Hodgkins area with highly trained professionals to install and repair air conditioners.
It is important to service your air conditioner at regular intervals. Some of the problems that can arise are leaks, air flow problems, dusty unit, and low refrigerant charge.
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Proper maintenance is what allows us to offer this unique warranty. The only requirement to keep this protection in force for a full 10 years is to renew your annual maintenance program when due. One year of maintenance is included. Climate Change Inc, services the Chicagoland area.

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Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

Wherever you live, whether an apartment or house, the first and simplest thing to do is to seal the air leaks. "If you have an older house that's never been air-sealed, this may be a big part of your heat gain problem, especially if you have leaks from the attic. If you haven't had a blower door test, get one."

I've seen dressers, piles of clothes, and dog beds completely or partially covering supply or return vents in homes. Choking off air flow at the vents increases the pressure in the duct system and reduces air flow.

Getting a smart thermostat will increase efficiency and keeep your bills lower.