Winters in Chicago mean shoveling snow off your driveway every day, or every other day, depending on how much snowfall there’s been. There’s always a risk of slipping on the surface and injuring yourself while doing this.
Keeping your air conditioner in the best possible condition for as long as possible requires performing basic maintenance tasks. Replacing your air conditioner filters when they get dirty is among the more important. If you’re not sure you know how to complete this task, one of our technicians will gladly walk you through the process …
For climates with moderate heating and cooling needs—like Chicago—heat pumps are a great option. They’re not only energy-efficient alternatives to ACs and furnaces, but also work well in every season. In summer, they keep the warm areas in your house cold. In winter, they keep the cold areas warm.
In the United States, boilers are the most common heating systems. They’re more common in older homes across the country since they’re fueled by natural gas.
As a customer, you will quickly learn why so many other Chicago homeowners and business owners have trusted Modern Service. Rest assured we will be there for you too, anytime, any day, whenever you call.
Ever notice how the second story of your home is always stifling, while the first floor is practically Arctic all year round? That’s not a coincidence. Homes often have hot and cold spots—places where the angle of the sun, the physics of heat, and the home design all sync up to cause temperature fluctuations from …
Winters in Chicago are harsh, to say the least. With snow showers, rain, and flurries in store for Chicago this winter, you can’t afford to have your home’s heating system break down.
The thermostat in a home is often forgotten about. While homeowners are prompt with getting their HVAC maintained, the thermostat is generally forgotten as part of the upkeep.
As a customer, you will quickly learn why so many other Southwest Florida homeowners and business owners have trusted Modern Service since 1965.
Average Americans spend nearly 90% of their time indoors. For the infants, the elderly and the urban residents, this percent of time is likely to be higher.
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