Archive for the ‘maintenance’ Category

Don’t Just Take Our Word for it! | Lemont, Berwyn, Oak Forest

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Many people do not have an established relationship with a heating and cooling contractor. So, the first time the furnace breaks or you decide to have that old machine tuned-up, you may not know which company to choose. Obviously we think that you should consider Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning for all of your heating (and cooling) needs, and we have made every effort to try and make the decision a little easier for you!

Customer Testimonials

Here at Four Seasons, we understand that it can be a tough decision to trust such important systems in the hands of a company you don’t know anything about. We could prattle on for days about the reasons why we think you should give us a shot, but we think you would probably rather hear it from customers just like you who have already used Four Seasons. In the “customer testimonial” section of the Four Seasons website, you will find hundreds of surveys and letters that our customers have sent us. (more…)

I’ve had My Ducts Cleaned, So Now What?| Alsip, Evanston, Bridgeview

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

CHICAGO, IL – You’ve spent the money to have your ducts cleaned to improve the air quality in your home or building. If your ducts were cleaned by Four Seasons with state-of-the-art triple HEPA filtration, your ducts are so clean you could eat off of them.

There are two easy things you can do to keep them that way. First, FILTER YOUR AIR!!! Make sure that you have the best possible filter in place and that it is properly installed. Your Home Comfort Specialist at Four Seasons Heating & Air Conditioning would be more than happy to help you with this. Second, make sure that you clean your furnace and air conditioner regularly. The importance of this cannot be overstated. There wasn’t much point in cleaning your ducts if you are going to allow your furnace or air conditioner to get filthy right away! (more…)

Bundle Up! We are in for a Cold One| Evanston, Maywood, Burbank

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Last winter in Chicago, we got lucky. As the east coast was plummeted by several feet of snow, we enjoyed a rather mild winter. Yes, we still had the typical ice cold winds and snowfall, but if you have lived in Chicago or the surrounding suburbs for a while you have seen much worse. Unfortunately, this winter has been predicted to be a bad one. has predicted that Chicago will experience “above-normal” snowfall. When you consider the fact that Chicago averages 38 inches of snowfall a year, you can only imagine what “above-normal” is going to be like.  So, how are you going to prepare your home and your family?

Winter Preparedness

Your home needs to be the safest place for your family to seek shelter during the upcoming winter. Part of making your home safe is ensuring that you have functional heating equipment in the home. Whether you have a furnace or a boiler now is a good time to have Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning out for an inspection. Have us look over the system and perform a yearly maintenance tune-up before you start relying on the unit on a day to day basis. (more…)

Boost Radiator Efficiency in Your Home| Tinley Park, Woodridge

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Ever notice how the heating and cooling industry is flooded with information about forced air furnaces? From maintenance to repair, it seems like all of the tips and advice you find are geared only to those who own gas or electric furnaces. But, what about the hundreds of homes in Chicago that use hot water or steam boilers to provide their families with heat? Boilers are a popular alternative to forced air heat, and they need just as much care as furnaces do if their owners will have any hope of making it through this upcoming winter with functional heating equipment. Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning is also a boiler specialist, and it is one of our many goals to make sure that each of our customers, including the boiler owners, have a safe, efficient, and comfortable winter.

Radiator Care

When you use a boiler, radiators deliver heat to each of the rooms in the home. Radiators come in all shapes and sizes: vertical, horizontal, baseboards, wall hung, ect… But, no matter which type of radiator you have, you need to take special measures to make sure that you are getting the most out of each and every radiator in the home. (more…)