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Find the Right Furnace Repairman for a Long, Satisfying Working Relationship

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

During a winter in the Chicago area, problems with your furnace are not only inconvenient, but they can be quite dangerous if the weather is cold enough. Finding a furnace repairman you can trust and depend on during emergencies is paramount, and the following tips will help to narrow your choices.


Stay Warm and Protect Your Home By Winterizing

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

8 Tips to Help You Winterize Your Home and Stay Warm


Want to Improve Indoor Air Quality? Consider a Carrier Infinity Air Purifier

Monday, December 22, 2014

The Chicago area may not be known for clean air outdoors, but that doesn't mean you can't improve indoor air quality and enjoy pure, healthy air in your home. A well-designed air purifier can remove a wide variety of pollutants from your home's air, protecting your health without running up your energy bills, hogging space or creating irritating noise. If these qualities matter to you, a Carrier Infinity Air Purifier could be ideal for your home.


Annual Boiler Maintenance Improves Home Comfort and Energy Savings

Friday, December 19, 2014

Annual boiler maintenance is a must as the heating season approaches. Any system that has sat idle for months needs a check-up at seasonal start-up to verify efficient and safe operation, as well as deal with any issues now before they become major malfunctions.


Greenspeed Intelligence - A Furnace Innovation That Delivers Superior Comfort

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Greenspeed Intelligence is a special kind of IQ included in Carrier’s Infinity 98 furnace. Because heating accounts for more than 25 percent of the average home’s energy consumption, you want the smartest heating system you can install. While the standard for "dumb" furnaces and A/C units typically includes on/off blowers and single output burners, those inefficient systems are increasingly a thing of the past. Now, microprocessors and programmable components make those old-school units seem out of touch with the energy efficiency and comfort expectations of today.