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(773) 330-3689 Chicago Heating Repair
5054 N Troy St., Chicago, IL 60625
Services Offered: Chicago Heating Repair is a full service heating and cooling contractor providing expert heating and air conditioning service, repair and installations for all HVAC and refrigeration equipment. Free Estimates and Senior Citizen Discounts.
(773) 818-0659 Cool Z Heating Inc.
2319 N Sayre, Chicago, IL 60707
Services Offered: HVAC repair, installation, services, free estimates for very reasonable prices !!
(773) 284-6161 Four Seasons Heating
5701 W 73 St, Chicago, IL 60638
Services Offered: Repair of all makes and models of furnaces boilers and all other HVAC related products. New installation of all types of heating and cooling systems throughout the Chicago land area .
(773) 424-5768 Indoor Solutions Inc. Heating and Cooling
5101 S. Laporte Ave., Chicago, IL 60638
Services Offered: Sales,installation, and service of furnaces,air conditioning,boilers,water heaters, and duct work of all brands. We offer honest dependable prices and we will beat any written estimate. We have certified technicians that are licensed,bonded, and insured. Call at (773)424-5768 or (773)715-4832 Handyman service available.
(773) 295-2970 One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning Of Chicago
8770 West Bryn Mawr Ave Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60631
Services Offered: Air Conditioning Contractor, ac Services, Heating & Cooling , ac Repair, Air Conditioning Repair Service, hvac Repair Chicago Air Conditioning & Heating Company, American Comfort's One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning offers on time, quality HVAC, heat and cooling services in this area for the last 65 years.
(312) 582-4209 Plumbing Daddy
401 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60611
Services Offered: Plumbing Daddy (312-582-4209) is Chicago's most trustworthy and reliable plumber with good cause: reasonable plumbing pricing, superb customer service and plumber's who always care about your plumbing problems. Serving Chicagoland and all of Illinois. 365 days, 24 hours a day.
(773) 972-6000 The Furnace Company
2835 N. Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60618
Services Offered: Year Round Comfort Experts 24 Hour,& Day Service Up Front Pricing! Your Brand,Your System

About Chicago

While the city of Chicago spans an area of 227 square miles, the total metropolitan area is much larger - between 7,000 and 8,500 square miles. Heating contractors are based in and serve most of the entire area, including suburbs such as Aurora, Naperville, and Arlington Heights.

Some contractors in the Chicago area belong to the Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago, an organization that offers its members educational opportunities and promotes them through marketing and government lobbying. Contractors may also seek accreditation with the Chicago Better Business Bureau.

Legal Requirements

The Chicago Municipal Code outlines regulations for heating of rental properties. According to this code, landlords are required to either pay for heat or provide a tenant with a written estimate of the cost of heating their apartment. Inside temperature is also regulated during colder months. Between September 15 and June 1, the temperature must be 68 degrees between 8:30 AM and 10:30 PM and 66 degrees otherwise. If a landlord does not maintain these temperatures, a tenant can do the following to rectify the situation:

  • For a week, write down the temperature of the apartment three times a day.
  • Send a letter to the landlord with the above information and demand that they raise the temperature to comply with the Chicago Municipal Code.
  • If the landlord refuses or neglects to comply, call s Heat Hotline at (312) 744-5000.

Alternative Energy in Chicago

The Chicago Climate Action Plan is a massive effort on the part of government, businesses and residents to reduce emissions in the city and reduce its overall carbon footprint. Doing so will include upgrades to Illinois power plants and employing more renewable energy sources. Already, there are a few businesses, like Optimal Energy on the North Shore and Viter Geothermal in Chicago, that install geothermal heating and cooling systems. Additionally, there are many companies that provide Chicagoans with solar energy systems. Along with its other measures, the city predicts that use of alternative energy will reduce its emissions 25% below its 1990 levels by 2020.

State Aid for Upgrading Energy Systems

Illinois provides low-income residents funds to weatherize their homes through the Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program. This includes inspection, maintenance, repair or replacement of heating systems. This program is expected to greatly benefit from the 2009 economic stimulus plan.

The office for Cook County and the City of Chicago can be contacted at 312-795-8998.

Typical Climate

Chicago experiences a wide range of temperatures as the seasons change. The average highs between the middle of June and the end August are above 80 degrees. The average lows between December and February are less than 30 degrees. Its average snowfall peeks in January at 11 inches. These harsh winters make heating systems and insulation an important aspect of homes in Chicago.

Chicago takes its nickname "The Windy City" from the heavy gusts of wind that blow between the Downtown skyscrapers.

Distributors for DeWalt, Emerson, Fluke, Friedrich, and Comfortmaker Equipment

COLUMBIA PIPE & SUPPLY CO.

CHICAGO, IL 60609
(773)927-6600

MOORE SUPPLY CO.

CHICAGO, IL 60624
(773)638-5930

Gustave A. Larson Company
1201 W. Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60607
312-563-1508

HARRY ALTER CO
5940 N NORTHWEST HGWY
CHICAGO, IL 60631
(773) 775-6551


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