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Air Conditioner Maintenance in Grayslake, IL 60030
“Tech did a good job and answered all our questions.”
– Rich A.
Air Conditioner Installation in Round Lake Beach, IL 60073
“I was originally told that installation would happen on Friday @ 10:00 a.m. CST; however, due to one guy calling in sick and another tech working another job, I didn't get assistance until Noon'ish. Paul (I think that was his name) was amazing – he did everything by himself and got the job done. He was pleasant and I made sure he had bottled water since it was so hot outside! He wore his booties, too. Thank you!!”
– Mike S.
Air Conditioner Repair in Grayslake, IL 60030
“Excellent customer service, diagnosed and fixed problem by replacing the capacitor, took off top of A/C unit per my request and assisted me in cleaning out a mouse den that was built inside the A/C unit. Thanks for the great work and service. Sincerely, Lowell B. Raven, CPA”
– Lowell R.
Our Most Recent Articles...
Seasonal allergies are a burden for many. Air conditioners, or ACs, when properly maintained, can noticeably reduce symptoms for allergy sufferers. Air filters catch pollen, dust, and other irritants, producing higher-quality air. Air conditioners also act as humidity regulators, easing allergy symptoms. Miller’s Area Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to help you here in Libertyville, IL, breathe easier.Read More
On most thermostats, you can choose between On or Auto for your fan setting. On tells your HVAC unit to run its fans all the time, even when the air isn’t being heated or cooled. Auto means the fan only runs when your air is being treated. It might be a good idea to try…Read More