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Chicago AC Service

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The better part of Lincolnwood ac repairs are going to be that the amenities & repairs are done in your time in inexpensive price. …

The better part of Lincolnwood ac repairs are going to be that the amenities & repairs are done in your time in inexpensive price.
For details please visit < a href="http://www.shavitz.com/air-conditioning/skokie-ac-repair/">http://www.shavitz.com</a>


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  • 1.  Chicagolands Trusted Name in Heating & Air Conditioning Since 1904 They have an extensive history of repair and service on all brands of Chicago heating and air conditioning systems. Shavitz is a full-service Chicago air conditioning and heating contractor that services and installs a complete line of heating and air conditioning systems for Chicago homeowners. 
  • 2.  Furnaces Boilers Tankless water heaters Maintenance Agreements Indoor air quality equipment Gas, Electric, and Steam Humidifiers Thermostats Heat pumps Baseboard heat
  • 3.  Maintain your AC Unit Turn off unnecessary lights during late afternoon and early evening Plant a tree Make sure a window air conditioner is the proper size Utilize ceiling fans to help circulate air throughout your home Don’t judge the efficiency of your AC by the sound of the fan shutting on and off Raise the thermostat to about 78 to 80 degrees
  • 4.  Set the fan on your central air conditioner to “on” rather than “auto” If your home can’t accommodate central air conditioning, try a whole-house attic fan During the winter, remove window air conditioners and seal the windows with caulk and weatherstripping
  • 5.  Increase your air conditioner temperature by one degree. Opening windows costs nothing, but it can save a lot of energy and money. Install a programmable thermostat if you don’t have one already and set the times and temperatures to match your schedule Bigger isn’t always better.
  • 6. CONTACT US