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Chicago’s Most-Trusted Furnace Repair Company

Around The Town Heating & Cooling™ has 20 years experience maintaining and repairing furnaces in Chicago’s challenging cold-weather environments. We’re proud to provide you with the most reliable, professional and budget-minded heating and furnace service in Chicago and its surrounding suburbs. Available 24/7 for emergency service.

“Do it Right and Do it Once” is our motto. But don’t take our word for it, see what our clients say.

Ed is the BEST!! I have been a customer of Around the Town Heating for approx. 4 years. My furnace went out yesterday (during the snow storm), I called Ed at 7:30AM he was at my home by 8:30AM. He had it up and running in no time and the price was very reasonable and affordable. The service was excellent (as always). 

J. Wallace Chicago, IL

Furnace Brands We Service

Around The Town Heating & Cooling™ provides furnace repair service to virtually all brands, makes and models. We’ve seen them all!

We keep OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts for all the following brands, and ONLY use aftermarket parts as an exception when OEM parts are no longer available.

Airease

Basic furnace owned by Lennox International

Armstrong Air

Furnace owned by Lennox International

American Standard

Almost identical to a Trane furnace, assembled in Tyler Texas owned by Ingersoll Rand

Arcoaire

Subsidiary product of ICP which is better known as Carrier Corporation

Amana

Product of Goodman Manufacture which is owned by Daikin Industries

Bryant

Good product was owned by Carrier Corp. however was purchased by United Technologies

Carrier

Good product is owned by United Technologies

Ducane

Basic furnace owned by La basic furnace owner by Lennox international

Day & Night

Basic furnace by Carrier Corporation

Frigidaire

Basic furnace equivalent to Gibson, Maytag, Mammoth, Reznor, Interterm, Miller or Tappan. All these furnaces were purchased by Nortek Global HVAC

Keeprite

Another furnace by Carrier Corporation. A basic but decent furnace

Payne

Basic furnace owned by basic Carrier furnace, designed as a builder’s grade furnace

Luxaire

Use to be a great furnace and was originally built for the war efforts in World War 2 to keep our soldiers warm in the Quonset huts and GP Tents. Built by G W Olson later to be purchased by York corporation which is owned by Johnson Controls.

Lennox

Basic but decent furnace. Lennox owns Airease, Armstrong, Ducane, and many other brands

Rheem

Basic brand, which includes Ruud, is owned by Paloma, a Japanese water heater manufacture

York

Similar to the Luxaire furnace


Preventive HVAC Maintenance

As the old adage goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Many furnace problems can be avoided with regular maintenance. Learn more about Around the Town furnace maintenance agreements.

FREE Estimates on New Furnace Installations

If your furnace cannot be repaired, Around the Town Heating and Cooling specializes in Bryant furnace installations. Call us or fill out our contact form to schedule a free estimate!

Chicago: (312) 243-9896
Suburbs: (708) 388-2247

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      3 Chicago Locations to Serve You

      If you live in Chicago or the surrounding suburban area we can help your repair or install your new HVAC equipment.

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      Chicago

      1025 W 79th St
      Chicago, IL 60620

      (312) 243-9896

      South Chicago

      4912 W 135th St,
      Crestwood, IL 60418

      (708) 388-2247

      Oak Forest

      16830 Forest Ave.
      Oak Forest, IL 60452

      (708) 560-5410

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