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LaSalle County Emergency HVAC Services

Written on August 16, 2019 at 2:44 pm, by

HVAC is one of those features within a building that everyone seems to take for granted. It’s understandable, too. HVAC systems often last 15 to 20 years—or even more—with minimal maintenance work. But when you walk into the office one morning and the heating or cooling is out, suddenly HVAC becomes your top concern. Wouldn’t  Continue Reading »

Commercial HVAC Service: Repair vs. Replacement

Written on August 16, 2019 at 2:37 pm, by

  So, your HVAC unit is out, which means you’ve got a decision to make. Do you repair your existing HVAC system, or get an entirely new one installed? From budget to the expected life of your existing system post-repair, you have much to consider so you can choose the right HVAC solution for your  Continue Reading »

The Art of Preserving Your Water Heater

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:53 pm, by

If you want to get the most out of your water heating equipment, you must have a through HVAC maintenance plan in place.  Water heaters are among the most important appliances any homeowner can have. Water heating equipment enables us to keep up with important housekeeping tasks, like dishwashing, laundry, and even bathing. But a  Continue Reading »

Uncovering the Myths of Water Heater Maintenance

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:47 pm, by

If you’re heading off to vacation soon, don’t plan on shutting off your water heater unless you’re prepared to deal with expensive repairs or replacements. Your bags are packed, the kids are smiling, and the trunk of your car is filled with a week’s worth of luggage. This only means one thing: It’s time to  Continue Reading »

How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Exposure

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:32 pm, by

The best way to combat carbon monoxide (CO) is to establish an HVAC maintenance routine with the experts at John’s Services and Sales.  The leading cause of carbon monoxide poisoning includes gas-powered outlets such as furnaces, automobiles, stoves, and even charcoal grills. But these aren’t the only sources of CO gas you should be concerned  Continue Reading »

6 Stellar Preparation Tips to Use on Your Air Conditioner Now

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:19 pm, by

Get your air conditioner in top shape by establishing a preventive maintenance plan with the experts at John’s Services and Sales. Together, heating, cooling, and ventilation make up the largest utility expense for most Americans, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, and that’s largely attributed the intense summer heat. That season is almost here,  Continue Reading »

4 Key Benefits of Air Conditioning Preventive Maintenance

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:19 pm, by

Maximize cost savings and increase the efficiency of your air conditioning system with a preventive maintenance program from John’s Services and Sales.  Now that summer is here, air conditioners far and wide are humming away as they work to beat the heat in homes and businesses. So, to avoid any service issues, it’s critical to  Continue Reading »

How to Avoid Cooling and Heating Breakdowns

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:18 pm, by

One of the best ways to prevent heating and cooling problems is to establish a preventive maintenance schedule with a team of HVAC service technicians like the experts at John’s Services and Sales. The HVAC system is a foundational part of any home or business. It helps us stay cool during hot summers and warm  Continue Reading »

When to Plan an HVAC Maintenance Service Call

Written on July 25, 2019 at 2:18 pm, by

Regular maintenance will prevent your HVAC equipment from working harder than it has to during peak seasons like summer and winter.  It’s easy to take heating, ventilation, and air conditioning for granted until they stop working. Sadly, this usually happens when we need them most. Just think about the furnace burning out during an icy  Continue Reading »

Water Filtration Systems

Written on March 29, 2019 at 8:06 pm, by

Filtration will convert tap water to pure water, for your entire home The water from your tap may be fresh enough to drink and treated to remove toxic substances and chemicals before it reaches your home, but this doesn’t mean it is completely free of contaminants and bacteria. Even the most thorough municipal water treatment  Continue Reading »