Pingree Grove, IL homeowners and businesses trust Compass Heating and Air for fast, reliable heater replacement that’s done right the first time. We’ve served the Fox River Valley for more than ten years. Call us at (630) 504-8688.
If your heater shows signs of wear, don’t wait for it to break down for good! The last thing you want is to be stuck with no heat during a brutal Illinois winter. You’ll end up paying extra for priority service and feeling rushed into making a significant investment.
In fact, you can save money by installing a new system well before your old one dies. Today’s models are much more efficient, so you’ll save money on your bills even if you go with a similar model.
And a new system always works better than one with a lot of wear and tear.
If you’re not sure whether it’s time to consider a new HVAC system, no problem! Give us a call at (630) 504-8688, and we’ll set up a free consultation. It’s the best way to get all the information you need to make the right choice for your home.
How do you know if your heater is dying? Here are four specific warning signs to watch for
Most heaters last between 15 and 20 years. So, if yours is approaching that two-decade mark and starting to give you trouble, get ahead of the situation with a quick call to us here at (630) 504-8688.
Yes! A heat pump can keep your Pingree Grove home warm even during the coldest winter nights here in the Fox River Valley. Today’s models keep providing heat even when it’s negative 13 degrees Fahrenheit outside.
Now, that answer would have been different a decade ago. Those older units weren’t made for heating in our climate. But that’s all changed. Now, you can find a heat pump strong enough to keep you warm no matter what.
Read more about your heat pump options here, and learn more about dual-fuel systems here. If you want to learn more, call Compass Heating and Air at (630) 504-8688.
Most furnaces don’t make it past 20 years. So, three decades of service is quite the feat! And a fantastic return on your investment. You can consider retiring it if it costs you more and more each year.
At some point, it’s more cost-effective to replace an old, working furnace with a new model. If your heater has been breaking down more often, you could put the money you’re shelling out for repairs toward a new heater instead.
Meanwhile, energy efficiency in heating systems has grown in leaps and bounds over the last ten years especially. So, even a basic, builder-grade model will cost you less on your monthly bills than something state-of-the-art 30 years ago.
Heater time means pumpkin time! Pingree Grove families know to head over to Goebbert’s Pumpkin Patch as the weather gets colder. You can pick pumpkins and apples, enjoy the Fall Festival and market, and more!
The fun doesn’t stop at the end of October! Winter brings the Holiday Light Show, and then it’s on to more outdoor activities in the fall and spring.
Goebbert’s Pumpkin Patch is located at 42W813 Reinking Road, off Route 47, in Pingree Grove. It’s open from 9 am to 6 pm August 27 through October 31 and various times during other parts of the year.