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A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning is one of Chicago’s top performing Service and Repair Company and we believe “Home Owners” are tired of wasting their time with contractors who don’t show up, have to make multiple trips to get the job done, and poor quality workmanship: You shouldn’t have to wait at home all day for service.
A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning can help you save energy cost by installing a high efficiency heating system. All systems we sell are installed to factory specifications by highly trained, A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning technicians. Our service department is available to our clients 24/7. Our dedicated staff of technicians is trained to work on the systems we install and we stock the parts needed to keep your system running. A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning Installs and services all makes and models.
Hot water boiler heating is the cleanest and most economical way to heat your home. At A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning, we specialize in hot water and steam boilers as well as cast iron and copper fin tube radiation. All of our heating technicians have been expertly trained to service and install all manufacturers’ makes and models. Give us a call to see what we can do for you.
GAS BURNING FURNACES
Gas or fuel burning furnaces all work on the same basic principle. The fuel is burned inside an enclosed metal container (generally referred to as a fire box or heat exchanger). The exhaust gases (including carbon monoxide) are vented to the exterior of the building. The burning of the fuel warms the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger, now hot, radiates the heat into the air in the living area. This heated air is circulated by gravity or pumped through the living area with a fan.
These will usually be found in older homes. They include floor and wall furnaces and some ducted furnaces that are generally in a basement. The term gravity referrers to the fact that the furnace has no blower to move the heated air around the room. They rely on the fact that heated (less dense) air rises and the cooler (more dense) air falls to circulate the heat. This is not a very efficient way to heat a house and generally will be used as a room heater.
Not the best way to heat your home. Expensive to operate. They can make your electric meter spin like a top. They work like those old bathroom electric coil heaters except that they are enclosed in a box with a blower forcing the cold air across them heating the air for the living area.