Replacement of Humidifier Pad Occurs in Lake in the Hills, IL

Approved Comfort’s technician inspected customer’s humidifier system. Replacement of humidifier pad recommended. Technician removed water panel, disposed of old pad, cleaned distribution tray and scale insert, and confirmed drain reconfiguration was in correct working order. Humidifier pad was installed and job was completed by testing humidifier cycle and adjusting water flow.

Air Conditioning Detail at Lake in the Hills, IL

Approved Comfort responded to maintenance service call from customer for residential air conditioning system. Technician performed tune-up, detail, and installed new surge protector. Dryer vent’s status was inspected and deemed clear.

Leaking Kitchen Faucet Found at Lake in the Hills, IL

Approved Comfort received a customer call with leaking faucet in kitchen. Technician ordered and installed new sink faucet and checked for any further leaks. Job completed, faucet operating at optimum condition.

Annual Maintenance Occurs in Attic in Lake in the Hills, IL

Approved Comfort completed maintenance service of April Aire 2200 furnace in attic at customer’s home. Technician performed testing of igniter range and blower capacity, resulting in average rating. Conversion kit was recommended to customer due to existing media filter blocking plumbing pipes. Service installation and furnace tune-up completed.



Furnace Cleaning and Tune Up, with Carbon Monoxide Safety Inspection

A furnace cleaning and tune up will only do so much. The technician can come in and clean all the parts, check the wiring, make sure the thermostat is correct, but what happens if something isn’t right? It might be a minor repair, but who knows if that small problem will lead to bigger ones down the road. This is why you have a furnace cleaning and tune up – to catch the small stuff. But if you want to get a head start to ensure your furnace will not break down in the middle of winter, then replacement is the best option.

If you install a new Nicor Gas high-efficiency furnace between October 2013 and May 31, 2014, you’ll receive one of these rebates:

  • Installing one with 97% or higher Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) receives a $400 rebate
  • 95% AFUE receives $300 rebate
  • 92% or lower AFUE receives $200 rebate

All rebate applications must be postmarked or submitted online within 90 days of installation, or by June 30, 2014.