Alton, IL, Energy Stars Heating & Cooling Co should be your first call when your furnace or heat is down because:
We are the only heating company in the Metro East to have a full sized training house giving us real hands on training.
We have qualified NATE-certified technicians on every job. We're also an A+ Accredited BBB business.
We service any major brand including Rheem, Lennox, Ruud, Amana, Heil, YORK®, American Standard, Carrier, Goodman, Trane, and more.
You can rely on expert service technicians at Energy Stars Heating & Cooling Co to fix your heating problems right the first time.
We are a trusted and top rated Furnace Repair Company servicing all of Alton, IL. We will take the time to fully diagnose the problem and make sure your family safe. If your heat stops in the middle of a cold winter night, trust Energy Stars Heating & Cooling Co to make your home comfortable in a hurry!
Energy Stars Heating & Cooling Co repairs every furnace and heating brand to make sure you’re comfortable. We are an Ameren Illinois Core Ally with the most HVAC projects done in the state of Illinois. We are also a Home Depot Service Provider, and our business has perfect standing with the BBB with a A+ rating.
If you need heating repair, contact us call us now at 618-477-8337.
Our team is equipped with the right tools and expertise to repair any issue quickly to get your heat up and running.
Signs You Need Furnace Repair
If your furnace is experiencing these symptoms, it is time to call Energy Stars Heating & Cooling Co for Alton, IL heating repair:
Home isn’t heating at all or enough
Loud noises from the furnace
Big increases in your heating bill
Weird smells from your heating unit
Pilot light won’t stay on
Furnace blowing cold air
Thermostat not showing the right temperature
Furnace is over 10 years old
Home Heating Assessment
Should you repair or replace?
If your furnace is only a few years old, a good repair job should fix any problem.
But the average lifespan of a furnace is about 10 - 15 years. If your furnace is around this age,it might be time to look into replacement instead of repair. Today’s furnace are designed to save you money and keep your family comfortable.
If you’re consistently having issues with your furnace or keeping your home warm, call us at 618-477-8337 for a free home heating assessment.
Our Home Heating Assessment gives you insight into why your home never feels comfortable and what can be done to fix the problems. This assessment looks at your current energy usage, equipment, and insulation levels to help our team design specific energy savings solutions for your home.
When it comes to keeping your home comfortable and safe, your furnace is part of a bigger system. We can repair or replace your old heater with a high efficiency furnace, which will result in lower energy bills. However, there many other ways to make your home even more comfortable and energy efficient.
For example, if you feel drafts throughout your home, that means your home is losing air and valuable heat. Repairing or replacing your furnace is only part of the solution. Places like your attic, chimney chases, even lighting recesses let warm air escape.
The best performing furnace is only as efficient as the home it is inside.
Our Home Heating Assessment sets us apart from all other heating contractors. If you are interested in upgrading your new heating system instead of repair, this assessment is free to you.
A Home Heating Assessment finds the causes of your home’s:
Drafty or cold spots throughout the home
High energy bills
We are home comfort experts with decades of experience in heating, cooling, ventilation, insulation, and air sealing. Each of these areas play a big part in your home’s comfort.
During our Home Heating Assessment, we collect data on how to specifically improve your home’s comfort. Unlike other companies, there is no guesswork involved. Many of our customers see significant savings in their heating bills after our project is completed.
Our Home Heating Assessment takes about 60-90 minutes to complete and takes a look at your:
Home Square Footage
Basement and/or Crawlspace
Gas Appliances to Check for Leaks