After nearly half a century in the business, H&L HVAC has the intricacies of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning pretty well worked out. Their licensed and insured technicians keep each component of these systems—from boilers and furnaces to air conditioners and air ducts—up to snuff in each household they visit. Once tuned-up to maximum performance, these systems are better able to keep inhabitants cool in the summer and warm in the winter, while also running more inexpensively thanks to improved efficiency.
Forty pounds. That's how much dust the EPA says the average home collects in a year. Much of that dust is made up of dead human skin cells, the glitter from Elton John's glasses, and other irritants. That's why the licensed, insured, and bonded technicians at US Duct Cleaners make interior air quality their main focus. Using tools that extend into HVAC systems' nethermost regions, the team sweeps out age-old dust, allergens, pollen, and debris. They demonstrate their commitment to quality work by backing up each of their services with a firm guarantee on parts and labor.
Target Zero's techs clean out ducts and vents to keep residential air free of pollutants, allergens, and irritants. With the same thoroughness, they steam-clean carpets and remove household mold and mildew problems. They also maintain HVAC systems and tackle plumbing and sewage repairs.
Licensed and bonded, TCC Mechanical, Inc?s certified techs keep homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer with HVAC repair and maintenance services. Handy in many fields, the techs also clean ducts, install refrigeration systems, and perform light plumbing duties.
The technicians at Chicagoland Carpet Cleaners remove stubborn dirt, grease, and oil stains with powerful steam and suction as well as non-toxic cleaners and fabric protectors. The furious engine of their hot-water extraction system simultaneously pumps water into and out of carpet fibers to lift out contaminants, stains, and mildew. The experts also lend their talents to sullied tile, grout, or air ducts, and also offer dry-cleaning services for older, AARP-eligible carpets.