Compass Heating and Air has been replacing furnaces in Bloomingdale, IL for more than a decade. We have an incredible track record of making our customers happy and the reviews to show for it. If you need a furnace replacement, call (630) 504-8688 or click below to contact us online.
Whether your current furnace stopped working, or maybe you want to upgrade your energy efficiency, replacing your furnace is no small decision.
We will send out an expert to assess your home’s needs. Those needs vary with different home designs, materials used in certain rooms, and several other factors. Then we will help you choose the best heating solution for your home. Give us a call at (630) 504-8688, or click the button below to contact us online.
In the market for a new heating system? Another gas furnace doesn’t have to be your only choice! Today’s heat pumps are more effective, more efficient, and can make your home more comfortable than most conventional HVAC setups. Plus, you get cooling, too!
You’ve probably heard bad stories about heat pumps that couldn’t keep homes warm during Fox River Valley winters. Well, that used to be true. Today’s systems, however, are much more powerful.
Now, you can get a heat pump that keeps you warm even when it’s negative 13 degrees outside. And it will cost a fraction of what it took to run your gas furnace.
Taking care of your HVAC system is essential to its performance and lifespan. Getting an HVAC maintenance plan is the best way to save money and make sure your system works for years to come:
Housed in our town’s oldest building, the Bloomingdale Park District Museum features up to seven exhibits showcasing the town’s history for more than a thousand visitors every year.
Along with the displays, you can enjoy the building itself; The knotty pine floor, original 1849 ceiling, and original stained glass windows will transport you to an earlier time.
The Bloomingdale Park District Museum is located at 108 South Bloomingdale Road between West Lake Street and Franklin Street. It’s open Wednesdays from 5 - 8 pm, and then from noon to 4 pm on Thursdays and Saturdays.