Compass Heating and Air has provided fast, reliable AC repair and service to the Algonquin, IL community for over a decade. We’re veteran owned-and-operated with dozens of five-star Google reviews. Click below or call us at (630) 504-8688.
Even the slightest problem with your air conditioner can get much worse — and more expensive to fix — if you ignore it. That’s why it’s always best to call for AC repair as soon as you notice an issue. You’ll spend less money and save yourself a lot of frustration by nipping it in the bud.
Compass Heating and Air is certified to work on major brands including:
And many more!
We also specialize in VRV, heat pump, and mini split systems from Daikin, Mitsubishi, Carrier, and Fujitsu. Whatever system you have, we’ll get it up and running again!
The most common air conditioner repair problems we see in Algonquin, IL include:
The good news is that many of these problems don’t require much work. They’re often minor issues with quick fixes.
For more than a decade, homeowners and businesses in Algonquin, IL have trusted Compass Heating and Air for air conditioner repair and service. We’re certified for all major brands and specialize in heat pumps, VRV, and mini split systems. Call us at (630) 504-8688.
Two central air systems are common in larger homes in Algonquin, IL. But, with twice the cooling often comes twice the expense. With an upgrade to Daikin VRV, you’ll pay less than ever for electricity and repairs. And, you’ll be more comfortable all summer.
With today’s VRV and heat pump technology, we can build a customized system that keeps every room in your home at the exact temperature you want. These systems provide more steady, “even” cooling for better comfort.
And, you don’t need to give up your gas furnace! VRV technology can provide supplemental heating in the fall and spring or keep you warm all winter. Today’s models can link up with a gas furnace for seamless comfort.
Unless there’s a major problem, it’s worth repairing an air conditioner that’s under ten years old. It’s still very new and is likely under warranty. So, you may end up paying less than you expect.
Since central air lasts 15 to 20 years, you should consider the cost of a replacement vs. repair if yours is nearing that age.
New ACs have better energy efficiency than older ones — they use less power to keep you warm, saving you money. So, even replacing a 15-year-old system with a comparable model can be an upgrade when it comes to your electric bill.
That’s why it’s also essential to work with an HVAC company you can trust. A good tech will look at the service history, age, warranty, and other factors to help you decide if you should repair your existing air conditioner or invest in a new one.
Named after the late Village Presiden, the Ted Spella Community Park features a basketball court, tennis court, and plenty of walking paths in its 43 acres. You’ll also find the best sledding in town here — plus an incredible view!
You can enter Ted Spella Community Park at 2610 Harnish Drive. The entrance is near Lenore Lane and Elneke Road. It’s open seven days a week, from 7 am to 8 pm.