Chicago Area Heating Installation
Heating Installations for Chicagoland
Our company has been operating in the Chicago area since 1927, so we are the right choice for your heating unit installation. Our technicians are adept at handling the aspects of both standard and complicated installations.
Call North Town Home Services at 847-999-4600 or fill out a contact form to schedule an appointment to discuss your home’s specific heating needs.
There are three major factors in choosing a heating unit for your home: efficiency, size, and price point. An efficient system is one that is correctly sized, ENERGY STAR® certified, and regularly maintained. We offer maintenance services to ensure your unit is functioning at its best.
The size of your heating unit will not only be decided by the space you have available for the unit itself, but also by the size of your home and if some rooms require more heating than others. While the space you have determines the type of unit—mounted on the wall, tucked away in a basement, or seated on the floor—it is your home’s heating needs that should ultimately determine the size of the unit you need.
We install heating units from the following brands:
- American Standard
- And more!
Our Furnace & Heat Pump Installations
Our fully certified technicians will walk you through the process of selecting the right unit for your Chicago area home. This part of the process is vital because the unit you choose needs to be catered to your home’s size. Correct installation of the unit is necessary for optimal heating throughout the home. To see the most results from a new heating unit, we hire technicians who have been through factory training in addition to industry training.
We at North Town Home Services have a thorough checklist we go through for heat pump installation and for gas furnaces. After we’ve placed your unit, we check everything from air flow settings to any electrical backup so you only use the heating services you need—not more. We set your thermostat and determine the correct parameters for your unit to run at optimal levels. All of this is information that we then convey to you, the homeowner, so you know your system just as well as we do.