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When you find yourself in a pinch, call the HVAC experts at Air-Rite Heating & Cooling, Inc. We provide prompt, 24-hour Emergency Service across Greater Chicagoland—including Chicago, Naperville, Aurora, Vernon Hills, Huntley, Burr Ridge, and Wheaton. You can trust Air-Rite to provide and preserve your household comfort.
Since starting out in 1959, Air Rite’s highly-trained technicians have seen every minor and major furnace issue there is. With over 60 years of experience under our belts, we’ve learned how to deliver quick, convenient, and effective solutions to every customer.
We understand how valuable your time is. That’s why we equip our technicians with fully-outfitted service trucks, cutting-edge technology, and premium furnace replacement parts so they can resolve problems in one visit. As a family-owned and operated business, Air-Rite upholds its commitment to providing excellent value and unmatched customer service. If you’re looking for an expert furnace repair service near you, call Air-Rite today.
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Call Air-Rite to provide you with reliable furnace service so you can get you warm and cozy again. We work hard to extend the life of your gas or electric furnace. Our technicians have the up-to-date training and extensive hands-on experience required to help you make cost-effective decisions, provide household comfort, and give you peace of mind.
For skilled furnace repairs in the Greater Chicagoland area, contact the professionals at Air-Rite Heating & Cooling, Inc. today.
If your furnace stops working, first ensure the furnace is receiving power. Here’s what to do next:
Furnace Breakdown FAQs
Why is my furnace turning on and then off soon after?
How long does a furnace last?
What do I do if my furnace stops working?
Can my furnace run without an air filter?
- High energy bills due to an overworked system
- Damage to the blower wheel and other components
- Lower temperatures
- Poor airflow
- Increased allergens in the air
Why isn’t my thermostat working?
How long does it take to replace and install a furnace?
How do I check/replace an air filter?
- Turn off the furnace and thermostat.
- Find the air filter. It will be either at the furnace unit or in the ductwork along the wall, ceiling, or floor. Furnace filters are typically 16” x 25”x1” or 20” x 25”x1” but can come in various sizes and widths.
- Remove the filter, and hold it up to the light. If light can’t pass through, you need to replace the filter.
- Either replace the old filter with a new filter of the same size or re-insert the existing filter that’s been cleaned. Make sure the arrows on the filter point in the direction of the airflow (toward the furnace).