Heating Installation, Repair and Service

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Installation, Repair and Service

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With the long Chicagoland winters, it’s only natural to burrow in for the season and enjoy a warm home. At Deljo Heating and Cooling, we take pride in being your go-to resource for all things heating and cooling in the Chicagoland area. Whether you need a last-minute furnace repair in Chicago or you are interested in investing in annual maintenance, our trained and certified team is a phone call away!

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Allow our team to be your partner in all things home heating. After all, your heating system is one of the most important parts of a Chicago winter! You may notice that at some point throughout your heating system’s lifespan, it will ultimately be time to replace it with something newer and more efficient. However, it’s not always clear whether you should replace your unit or opt for repairs instead.

Allow our team of experts to evaluate your system and determine whether a repair or replacement is ideal in your situation. We will get your system up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible because you and your family’s comfort and safety is our number one priority.

It always seems as though furnace and other heating repairs pop up at the most inopportune times, such as during the holidays or right after you return from a much-needed vacation. To avoid unexpected furnace repair in the Chicago Loop and surrounding areas, we recommend taking advantage of our preventative heating maintenance programs.

While there are some heating system hiccups that come out of left field, many of them could potentially be avoided altogether by investing in preventative maintenance. Once one of our qualified technicians is able to look at your system in person, we will be able to give suggestions on how to best move forward, always putting your safety and comfort first.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do boilers work?

The boiler heats a liquid and the heated fluid is then pumped through the pipes. It enters devices like radiators, in-floor heating loops, etc. to help keep your home comfortable and heated. There are also some combination boilers that may help take care of your home’s domestic water usage as well.

How do I know if I have a boiler in my home?

You’ll need to determine if your home’s heating system uses pipes and radiators instead of vents. If you have pipes and radiators, your home has a hydronic heating system, meaning that you have a boiler. Feel free to contact us if you are still having questions about this and one of our team members will be in touch!

How do boilers differ from natural gas furnaces?

Boilers use heated water and a series of pipes to efficiently pump heat throughout your home. Furnaces heat the air that is distributed throughout the home via a duct system and a blower motor.

How do I find a boiler that is right for me?

Our team at Deljo Heating & Cooling makes it easy to find the right boiler for your needs. One of our team members will provide you with an array of different options that fit your criteria and help you solidify the best choice for you.

How often does my boiler need to be looked at?

We recommend that your boiler is serviced at least once a year to ensure it is working at maximum efficiency and that there are no red flags. This will reduce your need for boiler repair in Chicago in the future.

Can my boiler also cool my home?

Radiators may be used to also cool your home, however, boilers don’t have the specific functionality to cool your home. If water were used in your home’s radiator system, it would result in corrosion, humidity, condensation and other frustrating issues that you wouldn’t want to tackle.

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