Compass Heating And Air has been the trusted name for expert, reliable furnace repair in Bloomingdale, IL for more than a decade. We have an excellent reputation for getting your home warm again as fast as possible. Click below or call (630) 504-8688 for an appointment.
Based right here in the Fox River Valley, we’re certified to work on all major brands, including Carrier, Goodman, Payne, Trane, Bryant, and Lennox, along with heat pumps and mini splits from Fujitsu, Mitsubishi Electric, and Daikin.
If your heating system shows signs of a problem, don’t wait for it to get worse! Handling a minor repair early on is always easier than waiting for it to get bigger and more difficult — not to mention more expensive — to fix.
You can read more about common heating problems and how to troubleshoot them. With any luck, you can fix the problem without calling anyone for repairs. But, if you’re still having a problem, call Compass at (630) 504-8688.
Don’t panic if you turn on the heat for the winter and nothing happens! It may be a minor problem you can fix yourself. Here are four easy items to troubleshoot:
If all this looks okay and you’re still having trouble, then it’s time to call in a professional! Here in Bloomingdale, IL, Compass Heating and Air is ready to help. Click below to set an appointment or call us at (630) 504-8688.
If you notice your furnace turning on and off way too often, and blowing cold air when it’s running, then there’s usually a circulation issue somewhere.
The problem, ultimately, is that heat is not escaping the system the way it should. Your furnace burns gas and produces heat. Then, it moves the now-warm air out of the unit and into your home.
But, furnaces can’t store heat for too long, or they’ll get damaged. So if the heat can’t escape, it turns off to prevent damage. It will also send a gust of cold air through the system to cool off anything in danger of overheating.
Common causes are a clogged air filter, furniture in front of the vents, or a heater that’s too big for your home. All these factors cause heat to back up into the system. And, it’s a problem you’ll want to address quickly. Otherwise, those constant temperature shifts and extra work will cause a breakdown.
Has your heating system been breaking down more often lately? Are your energy bills getting higher and higher, especially in the winter? If so, maybe it’s time to consider solar power and high-efficiency heating and cooling for your Bloomingdale, IL home.
Thanks to today’s high-tech heat pump technology, it’s possible to keep your home exceptionally comfortable all year long — and barely pay a dime for it!
You can do it by using solar panels on your home to power an electric heat pump. These systems use a fraction of the power that conventional heating and cooling requires. And they act as a furnace and air conditioner.
One system does it all.
Admittedly, it’s a big jump from a gas or electric furnace with power from ComEd to going almost off the grid. But, you can go step-by-step to find the setup that makes you comfortable.
And, we’re here to help!
Visit the oldest building in Bloomingdale for a fantastic look at the town’s history! The Bloomingdale Park Museum hosts five to seven exhibits throughout the year and sees more than 1,000 guests annually.
The museum is located in what was originally built as the First Baptist Church of Christ in 1849. Today, you can still see some of the original ceiling, glass pane windows, and knotty pine floors. That’s along with the fine arts and cultural exhibits.
The museum is located at 108 South Bloomingdale Road near 2nd Street. It’s open from 5 to 8 pm on Wednesdays and from noon to 4 pm Thursday through Saturday. The space is also available to rent for special events.