Category Archives: Boilers

Clogged Chimneys in Chicago

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The Hidden Danger of Clogged Chimneys: What You Need to Know Clogged chimneys are a common issue, especially with older atmospheric furnaces and boilers that vent flue gases through steel pipes into the chimney. Recently, we’ve noticed an increase in chimney collapses, raising concerns about safety and efficiency. Why This Matters: As the government pushes […]

Winter is Here: How to Keep Your Heating and Air System Running Smoothly

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Winter is Here: How to Keep Your Heating and Air System Running Smoothly The arrival of winter in Chicago is proving challenging for many, with increasing reports of malfunctioning HVAC units. With the city’s descent into colder temperatures, numerous households are encountering difficulties with their heating systems, leading to a surge in demand for maintenance […]

HVAC service call diagnostic

HVAC service call diagnostic fees can vary from company to company. A reputable company will also offer a timeframe for their diagnostic fee that sets them apart from the competition. For a hvac service call diagnostic furnace diagnostic, we allow 1 hour. There are many instances where the homeowner, another HVAC contractor or for that […]

Boiler Sparks But Will Not Light

Boiler sparks but will not light. A Boiler can be a fickle mistress at times. Boiler ignition circuits have been known to be elusive in its diagnosis. Boiler sparks but will not light be a common boiler problem on steam boilers.  A simple problem is a stuck low water cut off control.  Tigger handle a […]

Why Boiler Cleaning is Critically Important

Boiler Cleaning and Maintenance Boiler cleaning is a critical for safe operations during the winter months. Fall is approaching and soon the heat will be turned to heat in the evenings. Boiler Repair Emergency Below pictures will show why it’s important have your boiler tuned up or maintained. Our technician was performing boiler maintenance near […]

My Boiler Starts Then Shuts Off

My boiler starts and then shuts off. Boilers are a vessel that heats up water to180 degrees if it’s a water boiler and approximately 912 degrees above 212 degrees if your boiler is a steam boiler. My boiler starts then shuts off. Now many of the common boilers have 2 ignition systems.  Standing pilot ignition, […]