Chiller Systems

Through a high level of experience, expertise and execution, HeatCool Service Co installs and maintains chiller systems. Chillers are an integral component of air conditioning systems for large buildings. By producing cold water, they remove heat from the air in the facility. As with all types of cooling systems, chillers require knowledgeable and conscientious installation and continued maintenance.

NATE Certified

Most chillers extract heat from water by mechanically compressing a refrigerant. Chillers are a complex machine and a significant investment. Protect that investment through the skills and support of the NATE-certified technicians from HeatCool Service Co. We appreciate and answer concerns with performance, efficiency, maintenance, longevity and environmental impact, and answer your expectations and requirements with the most sophisticated designs and broad selection of chiller systems.

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During those brutally hot and humid Chicago area summers, keeping cools is a key factor in a productive business environment. Modern chiller systems not only provide refreshing cool in every corner of your facility but dehumidify as well. Through extensive factory training, advanced tools and high-end equipment, HeatCool Service Co will provide the maximum rewards and protection to your chiller system. Invest in efficient, professional and commercial cooling. Contact us at HeatCool Service Co for further information.


Air Handler Installation & Repair

An air handler, also known as an air handling unit, is a key component of a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. It is responsible for circulating and conditioning air within a building or a space. The air handler typically consists of several components, including a blower fan, heating and cooling elements, filters, dampers, and sometimes humidifiers or dehumidifiers. Its main function is to ensure that conditioned air is distributed effectively and efficiently throughout the building.

Benefits of an Air Handler Include:

  1. Air Circulation & Distribution: The primary function of an air handler is to circulate air throughout the building. It takes in air from the indoor environment, conditions it (by heating, cooling, humidifying, or dehumidifying), and then distributes it to different rooms through a network of ducts and vents. This ensures consistent temperature and comfort levels throughout the building.
  2. Temperature Control: Air handlers can be equipped with heating and cooling elements like coils. This allows them to control the temperature of the air being circulated, which is essential for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment in various weather conditions.
  3. Air Filtration: Air handlers typically include air filters that capture dust, pollen, pet dander, and other airborne particles. This helps improve indoor air quality by reducing allergens and pollutants, which is especially beneficial for individuals with respiratory issues or allergies.
  4. Humidity Regulation: In areas with high humidity, air handlers can be equipped with dehumidification components to remove excess moisture from the air. In drier climates, humidifiers can be added to the system to maintain a comfortable level of indoor humidity.
  5. Energy Efficiency: Modern air handlers are designed to be energy-efficient. Variable-speed motors and advanced control systems allow the air handler to adjust its operation based on the specific cooling or heating needs of the building. This can result in energy savings and reduced utility bills.
  6. Noise Reduction: Air handlers are typically designed to operate quietly. This helps maintain a peaceful indoor environment without the disruption of loud HVAC equipment.
  7. Customization: Air handlers can be tailored to the specific needs of a building. They can be integrated into larger HVAC systems or work alongside other equipment like rooftop units or split systems.
An air handler is an important  component of an HVAC system that ensures proper air circulation, temperature control, air filtration, and humidity regulation. Its benefits include improved comfort, indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and flexibility in controlling different areas within a building.

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