Hello and welcome to the IndoorAire website! IndoorAire serves the residential heating/cooling needs of people living in Lake, McHenry and Cook Counties. If you are already an IndoorAire customer, you already know that. Not a customer yet? Have a look around to see what we do and how we do it.
Schedule your A/C clean & check today!
Don't wait until it breaks! Your central air conditioning unit requires regular routine maintenance and inspections of the system to ensure efficient (and continued) operation.
- Inspect furnace filter
- Inspect line set insulation
- Inspect drain for blockages and proper pitch
- Check thermostat operation
- Wash outside condensing coil
- Check amp draw
- Check running pressure of refrigerant
- Inspect condition of contactor and capacitor
- Check temperature across coil
- Check air flow
Has someone been busy in your A/C over the winter?
This is a rodent nest inside the condensing unit in the backyard. Guess what happens when the critter gnaws through one of the wires?
Whole House Odor Eater (and other new products)
What's lurking in your flue pipes?
This is what I found when a customer asked if I could check the flue pipe for the water heater. It was packed full - almost filling a 5 gallon bucket! Dangerous.
This picture shows how much lint I removed from my customer's dryer vent about one week AFTER the homeowner used a dryer vent cleaning kit from the hardware store.
If you notice it's been taking longer to get your clothes dry, or you have to use a higher temperature, your dryer vent may be plugged with lint. Some vents are easy to clean - meaning you could easily do it yourself. Some vents take a lot more work to remove impacted lint.
Clean it yourself if: your dryer sits on an outside wall and vents straight out
Call a professional if: your dryer vents out the roof, or is located somewhere in the middle of your house with the vent pipe running through a ceiling or floor
This news video gives some interesting statistics on the number of dryer vent fires that occur in this country.
The #1 reason for no heat/no AC service calls
When your furnace filter gets too dirty, not enough air is able to pass through it. Too little airflow means not enough cooling for the parts inside the furnace. Overheating triggers safety switches that turn off the unit. The result: no heat in the winter, or no AC in the summer.
Meet Brian, the owner of IndoorAire:
With over 25 years serving Lake, Cook, and McHenry Counties, customer service and value are what keep my customers coming back. I work hard every day to ensure that quality is still job one.
The purpose of this website is not to replace the one-on-one in home consultation. Our in home estimates are always free whether you're interested in a new thermostat or it's time to replace your old inefficient heating and cooling equipment.
What I hope comes out of your visit here today is to remind you of that service or cleaning you’ve been putting off, or to introduce you to some of the other products and services that we offer. So, as always, please feel free to call with any questions, together we can find the products to make your home comfortable and efficient.