Compass Heating And Air is the trusted name for fast, reliable heater repair in Carpentersville, IL. We’ve served the Fox River Valley for more than a decade, with dozens of five-star reviews on Google and other sites. Call us at (630) 504-8688.
We’re licensed and certified to work on all major brands including Mitsubishi, Trane, Daikin, Fujitsu, Weil McClain, Lennox, Bryant, Carrier, and many more.
Don’t wait until a small furnace problem gets much worse! A part that’s worn out right now will eventually break and cause even more trouble. Then, you’re stuck with a higher repair bill or no heat in the dead of winter.
Instead, call Compass Heating and Air right away at (630) 504-8688.
Are your gas or electric bills getting larger every winter? Colder weather and rising utility prices mean everyone ends up paying more for heat. But, you can still reduce your costs with these five tips:
Call us at Compass for a free consultation if you’re concerned about your rising utility bills. We’ll check your current system and let you know what you can do to improve its efficiency.
If your old heater is on the way out, maybe it’s time to consider a heat pump instead of another conventional heater. Today’s heat pumps are strong enough for the coldest winter nights. And, they make your home more comfortable while reducing your energy bills.
We wouldn’t have recommended these for homes in Carpentersville a decade ago. It would get too cold for those old units to work in an Illinois winter!
But, the heat pumps on the market today keep working even when it’s negative 13 degrees F outside. And, you’ll feel the difference inside — and when you pay your bills.
You can learn more about heat pump options in our Learning Library. Or, check out our podcast episode about replacing conventional HVAC with a heat pump.
A house stays warm for 8 to 12 hours without any heat. This depends on the size of your home and its insulation. If you’re without heat, close your windows and seal off any unused rooms. Let in as much sunlight as possible and close the curtains at night.
The idea here is to prevent heat from escaping the house. Remember: the cold doesn’t come in. The heat leaves.
If your heater breaks down this winter, call Compass Heating and Air any time, day or night, at (630) 504-8688.
Spread over 141 acres, Randall Oaks Zoo has everything from goats and alpacas to reptiles, deer, rabbits, chickens, pigs, foxes, and more! Kids can see them all, and in some cases, pet and feed them too!
Along with wildlife, the zoo features six picnic areas, three playgrounds, hayrides, a volleyball court, and a ten-hole disc golf course.
The Randall Oaks Zoo is located at 11080 North Randall Street between Binnie Road and West Main Street. It’s open March 26 through October 30 from 9 am to 5 pm and then has limited hours into December.