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Lake Zurich, Air Conditioning Repair - Furnace Repair

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Lake Zurich, IL
60047, 60049

Looking for a reliable HVAC contractor in Lake Zurich, IL? Then look no further than Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning. We diligently service Lake Zurich night and day, and we can meet all of your HVAC needs including: furnace repair, air conditioning repair, and boiler repair, as well as sales, maintenance and much more. Our servicemen have undergone extensive training in each of these areas and carry EPA and/or NATE certifications to prove their capabilities. We dispatch our technicians locally in Lake Zurich, and guarantee your 100% satisfaction with all of the work that we perform. Give us a call at (847) 572-5507 to learn more about the services Four Seasons offers to the citizens of Lake Zurich.

Wondering if we can work on your unit in Lake Zurich? At Four Seasons, we are able to work on all makes and models of furnaces, air conditioners, and boilers from the big names like Lennox, Carrier, and Trane to the lesser know manufacturers like Tempstar, Amtrol, and Payne. We have prepared our technicians with the expertise needed to handle your unit with confidence and skill in the Lake Zurich community.

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    It is critical that every home has a functional carbon monoxide detector installed close to the ground on every level of the home. If this detector goes off, call the fire department immediately to find the source of your carbon monoxide leak. The furnace or boiler is often the source because carbon monoxide is a byproduct of the combustion of natural gas. If the furnace or boiler is leaking carbon monoxide, it is usually due to a crack in the heat exchanger.