Heating Repair & Installation Services


High bills pressuring you to replace your old system? Looking to make sure your home is comfortable this winter? Service Detectives provides all types of heating services to ensure your home comfort.

Who are you trusting with your home comfort?

Selecting the perfect heating system doesn't mean your job is done. When it comes to choosing a contractor to install your system — that's your biggest challenge. Choose the right contractor and you'll have the confidence knowing that they will install it properly and handle any ongoing problems. Choose the wrong one, and you'll end up wasting time, energy, and money just keeping it running. The last thing you want during the winter is your heating system constantly breaking down — and having trouble reaching the contractor you trust to fix it! If you want to hire reliable specialists to install or service your heating system, reach out to Service Detectives by tapping on one of the buttons below: 
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signs you need to replace your heating equipment

signs you need to replace your heating equipment

Thinking about replacing your home's heating system? Here are the most common signs it's time for a replacement:

  • Your heat pump is more than 10 years old
  • Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old
  • A fan-only switch, so you can use the unit for nighttime ventilation to substantially reduce air-conditioning costs
  • Your energy bills are going up
  • Some rooms in your home are too hot or cold
  • You do not have a programmable thermostat
  • Your home has humidity problems
  • There is excessive dust in your home
  • Your heating system is noisy

If any of these sound familiar, reach out to us using the buttons below — and we'll help get your heating running the way you want it.

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Purchasing a new heating System? Follow These Tips

If you're in the market for a new heating system, don't rush into buying the cheapest option. Getting the right sizing is the most important step. When your heating system fits your home like a glove, you'll prevent future problems like a premature failure and expensive energy bills. Service Detectives can help you choose the best heating system for your particular home.

Looking for the best way to compare two heating systems? Break them down by the numbers and compare them side by side. Include various factors like incentives and rebates into your calculation. Your contractor should show you the savings — if not, request that they do. This will help you choose the most energy-efficient system for your home.

If you need help with choosing or installing a heating new system that will save you money, we can help:


WHAT YOUR neighbor in Energy, IL Said:

Tony was extremely professional and helpful. He went over all cost options with me before doing any work and was very helpful in making a decision on things that should be dealt with first and foremost. Service Detectives offer great warranties and service plans for prices below the competition. I would highly recommend them for your electrician plus heating and cooling needs!
-Gabriel H.

Heating TIps FOr Your home:

Heating Tips
  • Set your thermostat as low as is comfortable
  • Clean or replace filters on furnaces once a month
  • Clean warm-air registers, baseboard heaters & radiators as needed; make sure they're not blocked by furniture, carpeting or drapes
  • Use kitchen, bath & other ventilating fans wisely; in just 1 hour, these fans can pull out a houseful of warmed or cooled air. Turn fans off as soon as they have done their job
  • Keep draperies & shades open on south-facing windows during the heating season to allow sunlight to enter your home; close them at night to reduce the chill you may feel from cold windows
  • Close an unoccupied room that is isolated from the rest of the house, such as in a corner & turn down the thermostat. If it does not adversely affect the rest of your system, you may also consider turning off the heating for that room or zone
Gas Furnace Tips
  • Don't block registers, vents or heating units with furniture or drapes. That makes your furnace work harder & uses more energy
  • Consider installing a programmable thermostat. You can save as much as 10% a year on your heating & cooling bills by simply turning your thermostat back 10% - 15% for 8 hours with an automatic setback or programmable thermostat
  • Using a programmable thermostat you can adjust the times you turn on the heating or air-conditioning according to a pre-set schedule. As a result, you won't operate the equipment as much when you are asleep or when the house, or part of the house, is not occupied. Programmable thermostats can store & repeat multiple daily settings (6 or more temperature settings a day) that you can manually override without affecting the rest of the daily or weekly program
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WHAT YOUR neighbor in Energy, IL Said:

Tony is fantastic. Detailed caring work on a difficult old house. He understood the house and those of us who live in it. Deeply appreciative.
-Adrienne T.

Need Maintenance, Repairs, OR Installation for your heating?

If you're serious about having the experts set your home's heating up right, then we're here to help. We offer our golden guarantee: we guarantee you'll be satisfied with any and all of our heating services.
Investing in your heating system shouldn't feel risky. A professional, reliable HVAC contractor will provide you with a 1-year money-back guarantee. HVAC contractors you should avoid place all of the risk on you. At Service Detectives, our heating installation services come with a 1-year money-back guarantee — in writing. You get the peace of mind knowing that your home comfort doesn't come at a risk, and if anything goes wrong, we'll come back and fix the problem. We stand by our workmanship and believe in accountability for our services — and for your family's comfort!
Tap on one of the buttons below to speak with a live person about your heating needs: