HVAC Service in Chicago
Thermostat Services in Chicago
What is a Thermostat?
A thermostat is an electric and battery-powered device that regulates the temperature of a space. It does so by signaling to the heating and cooling unit when the room has fluctuated from its desired temperature. The user is able to set a desired temperature manually, or set automatic timers on the thermostat itself. Modern-day thermostats are most often digital and very simple to use. Digital technology allows for precise and exact temperature control and humidity monitoring. It is recommended to check the battery of your Chicago thermostat twice a year.
Midwest Heat Mechanical provides quick and easy thermostat installation, replacement or repair. If you would like to find out more about the different types of thermostats that are available in Chicago, call Midwest Heat Mechanical today and speak with one of our friendly HVAC specialists. There are many affordable, high-quality thermostats available for both residential and commercial use.
Chicago Furnace Service
What is a Furnace?
A furnace is a popular heating mechanism which heats air using electricity, oil or gas. A furnace is hooked up via an electrical wire system to a thermostat which controls when it gets turned on or off. A furnace is also connected to the home via a series of air ducts, vents and return grills which move air from room to room. Our Chicago furnace specialists have experience installing, replacing and repairing furnaces of all makes and models in both residential and commercial spaces. Modern-day furnaces are energy efficient certified and designed to be virtually silent. A furnace is a very cost-effective residential or commercial heating option. To find out if a furnace is the right heating unit for you, call us at Midwest Heat Mechanical today and speak with one of our team members!
Chicago Boiler Service
What is a Boiler?
A boiler is similar to a furnace, but instead of using air to heat a home via a gas or electric pilot, the boiler heats and houses water. The water from the boiler is then sent to the radiators or coils via a pipe system and is used to heat the home. The boiler uses a main water supply that is either local or sourced. A well can be used in conjunction with a boiler. Some benefits to having a boiler is reduced allergens in the air, energy efficiency and a consistent, even layered heat in the home from the ground-up. At Midwest Heat Mechanical, our HVAC specialists are able to effectively install, repair or replace boilers of all makes and models in both residential and commercial settings.
To find out more about different types of HVAC services that we offer, call Midwest Heat Mechanical today and speak with one of our knowledgeable team members. They will assist you by asking you a short list of questions that will help us determine the right HVAC system for you. We will also provide you with a free, no obligation quote. We look forward to hearing from you!