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Climate Control Systems strives for customer satisfaction! We do our best to provide our customers with answers to all their questions. Here are just a few of our frequently asked questions. If you have a question that has not been answered , please call us today at 815-849-8893.


How often should I change my furnace filter?

Your best bet is to purchase a fiberglass filter and change it monthly, allowing more air flow for your system. This keeps your furnace from having to work harder than necessary, increasing the lifespan of your furnace.


My furnace is blowing out air but it's not warm, what is wrong with it?

Your furnace may need a cleaning, an ignitor, a flame sensor or a more serious repair. Have a service technician come out and check out the furnace.


How long does a furnace last?

The average lifespan for a furnace and air conditioning system in the midwest is 13-15 years. Most systemshave a 10 year parts warranty as long as you perform regular maintenance. Regular maintenance and filter changes can increase the lifespan of your equipment.


How do I make sure my system is operating optimally?

Routinely change your furnace filters.

Make sure your air vents, registers, returns intakes and exhausts are all free of blockages and debris.

Have your furnace maintained, in order to check that everything is operating properly and that all components are working and free of dust or debris.


Why is my Air Conditioner frozen?

If the air conditioner is frozen, it is most likely one of 3 things.

1.The filter is dirty and is not allowing proper airflow, which causes the coil to freeze.

2 The system is low on refrigerant..

3. The evaporator is dirty or plugged.

Try changing the filter first and shutting the system down to thaw. If it still doesn’t work call a technician to check the system out.


Does my Boiler Systems need to be serviced?

Like a furnace, performing routine maintenance on your boiler will help to keep it operating properly. Keeping you safe and warm all season long.

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