Compass Heating and Air is the trusted name for expert, reliable heater repair in Bloomingdale, IL and nearby towns. Over the past decade, we’ve built an outstanding reputation for our expertise and customer service.
If your heater shows signs of a problem, don’t ignore it! The longer you wait, the worse — and more expensive — it becomes. Instead, call us here at (630) 504-8688. Or, click below to schedule an appointment.
Can I Fix My Own Heater?
While it’s possible to do some minor repairs yourself, we do not recommend fixing your own heater. You risk damaging something else as there are a lot of small connections, wires, and components in there. Or, a bad repair can become a health hazard if you end up with a carbon monoxide leak.
On top of all that, you can void the warranty on your system. Read the fine print: A certified professional must do all maintenance and repairs. So, it could cost you more down the line.
We recommend checking out our Learning Library to learn more about various HVAC problems. And what small work is safe for you to do on your own. After that, it’s time to call a professional.
You may be able to solve the problem of no problem coming through your vents when the heater should be on. Here’s what to check:
If you hear your system running and get no hot air, and you’ve checked these items, it’s time to call in a professional. Compass Heating and Air is the trusted name for heater repairs in the Fox River Valley. Call us at (630) 504-8688 or click below to schedule an appointment.
Any time you replace an old HVAC unit, you’re getting an efficiency upgrade. That’s especially so for conventional gas furnaces. As they get older, they require more energy to run. And, today’s systems are much more efficient than when you bought one a decade or longer ago.
And, if you’re looking for a way to lower your energy bills even more — without sacrificing comfort! — it’s time to consider a heat pump instead of another conventional heating system.
Heat pumps use electricity to move heat from one place to another. That means in the winter it gathers whatever warmth exists outside your home (there’s more than you think, even in February) and moves it inside.
The big difference here is that it’s not burning gas or oil to create heat. It’s not even using electricity to heat up coils.
Instead, the heat transfer process can reduce your energy bills by as much as 50 percent!
At the Spring Creek Reservoir Forest Preserve, you can enjoy anything from a full day in the great outdoors to a quick walk on a beautiful serene trail during your lunch break.
The 90-acre preserve offers hiking, fishing, beautiful flora and fauna, and a half-mile of shoreline surrounding the reservoir itself. THere’s also a 1-mile asphalt trail that’s great for a quick walk, bicycling, jogging, or in-line skating.
If You Go:
You can access the Spring Creek Reservoir Preserve from Route 20 in Bloomingdale between Glen Ellyn R and Medinah roads. Or, head to 333 East Lake Street. It’s open daily from one hour after sunrise until one hour after sunset.