American Weathermakers is Chicago's most reliable source for heating repairs and general HVAC services
Chicago is the third-largest city in the United States and it serves as the cultural ambassador of the Midwest. The city has a lot of nicknames, including The City with Broad Shoulders, The Second City, and The Windy City, just to list a few. This international icon is known for the expansive catalog of experiences you can enjoy whether you’re a lifelong resident or a first-time visitor.
Chicago homeowners turn to American Weathermakers when their heating systems need service or repairs. Their valued business and ongoing trust are a large part of what has helped us to remain an industry leader in Illinois. With nearly 1.2 million households and more than 2.7 million people within this incredibly diverse metropolis on Lake Michigan’s western shore, American Weathermakers is pleased to provide Chicagoans with the most committed service and highest quality products the city has to offer, ever since we got started in 1949. Whether you require system repairs or a new heating system, we are only one phone call away and able to help you boost your home comfort level while keeping a sensible budget. If your HVAC system needs work, you can count on us. American Weathermakers will send a capable heating system repair technician ready to address your concerns and provide you with the best advice on the most suitable cooling system for your city dwelling.
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Chicagoans have trusted American Weathermakers to maintain and repair their HVAC systems since 1949. We stand by the quality of our work. Call us at (847) 509-7777 or contact us here to have American Weathermakers service your home in Chicago today!
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Chicago, Illinois Fact: Four states are visible from the Skydeck of the Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower): Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin.