Going Beyond Typical Customer Service| Glenwood, Worth, Riverside

October 30th, 2014

Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning is known for delivering highly personalized customer service to each and every one of our customers. From our 24 hour live customer support staff to our knowledgeable salesmen, we strive to go above and beyond your expectations of how a heating and air conditioning company should conduct business on a day to day basis, and one of the ways that we do this is through our quality control inspections. This is a service that we provide after the installation of a new system in a customer’s home. We understand that purchasing a new heating or cooling system can be a major investment for many people, and we want to make sure that you 100% satisfied with the work that we perform. Read the rest of this entry »

Be Involved in Your Home’s Heating and Cooling| Crest Hill, Lockport

October 29th, 2014

When the furnace or air conditioner breaks down, it can feel like you are at the mercy of the serviceman when the repair work is being performed. Many of us don’t know much about our heating and cooling systems, and frankly we are lucky if we are able to figure out how to replace the filter every month. It is because of this lack of understanding that we blindly hand over our hard earned money to HVAC contractors every time there is a problem with the unit without actually understanding what went wrong in the first place. Words like “blower motor” and “spark valve” mean little to someone who has no knowledge of how HVAC systems work. Read the rest of this entry »

Furnace Installation: Don’t Do it Yourself| Olympia Fields, Richton Park

October 28th, 2014

In these hard times, many homeowners are pinching pennies and tightening their belts more than ever before. Making major purchases is the last challenge that anyone in this economy wants to face, but there are certain things that we just cannot live without. In Chicago, replacing the furnace is one of those major purchases that we all try to avoid. Some homeowners even attempt to replace the unit on their own, but unless they have years of experience installing furnace systems, this could lead to disaster. There are some jobs around the home that are perfect for the “do it yourself-er,” but there are certain projects that should be left the professionals. Make Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning your go-to guys when it comes time to replace that old furnace. We know you won’t regret it.

Problems with “Do it Yourself” Furnace Replacement

Installing a furnace is a very tedious and involved task. It takes our technicians at Four Seasons months just to learn the basics of installation, and they then receive countless hours of hands-on training before they ever step foot in the field. We take such care in preparing our technicians because installing a furnace properly is not easy. When a homeowner attempts to complete the project on their own, these are some of the problems we find: Read the rest of this entry »

A Fire Prevention Reminder for Chicago, Bridgeview, and Oak Park

October 27th, 2014

With the recent fire related tragedies that have occurred in Chicago, we felt that now was a good time to remind the residents of this great city about fire prevention when using their heating systems. Space heaters, stoves, fireplaces, and central heating systems all have the potential to cause house fires, and these heating systems have consistently ranked among the top causes of house fires. However, heating fires are not something that you ever have to experience in your home!

Frugal Heating this Winter

Every winter, thousands of homes rely on systems other than the central furnace or boiler to heat their homes, and unfortunately, many do so without taking the necessary precautions. When using a fireplace, space heater, or stove, you should keep these tips in mind:

  • Fireplace: Using the fireplace to heat the home won’t necessarily save you money when compared to using the furnace or boiler. But if you are going to use the fireplace at all, do not use to get the fire going, don’t leave the fire unattended, and always close the fire screen when the fire is lit. Also, if you have a wood burning fireplace, never burn garbage, newspaper, or plastic in the fireplace. Read the rest of this entry »