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Chicago, IL - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair, Air Duct Cleaning & Maintenance Contractor

SAI Air Comfort is proud to serve the Chicago community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.

Please call us today at 224-435-6077 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

Our Work in Chicago -
3 Reviews

Reviews

Mario Urriquia
09/22/2019
Located in Chicago

Air Duct Vent and Dryer Vent Cleaned

Service: Air Duct or Dryer Vent Cleaning
Amy Freese
06/24/2019
Located in Chicago

repair air conditioning unit

Service: Air Conditioning Repair
Sharon Miller
11/29/2018
Located in Chicago

Gas Furnace Repaired -- Chicago IL 60618

Our furnace died last night and I called SAI after hours. JP was able to come out today and he fixed it. He was professional, friendly, and right on time for the appointment window. I signed up for the Comfort Maintenance Plan so now we'll get two tune-ups per year -- something I should have done years ago! Thanks JP and SAI -- you're the best!
Service: Furnace Repair

Job Site Visits

JP
05/31/2020
New AC install in Chicago il by Sai Air Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning
PK
05/30/2020
Ac Repair
JP
05/25/2020
AC maintenance by JP, Sai Air Comfort
Chintan
05/23/2020
Ac repairs
JP
05/11/2020
Installed the Air Scrubber Plus Purification UV light by Tech JP in Chicago IL
PK
10/29/2019
Replaced Gas valve on Horizontal Furnace 80%, Chicago IL
JP
08/08/2019
New High-efficiency 16 Seer Air Conditioning Installed Chicago, IL 60046
PK
12/01/2018
Install Amana Gas Furnace Chicago, IL 60076

About Chicago, IL - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Chicago is a large city in the northern region of the Midwestern United States. The city, positioned in Cook as well as DuPage County, serves as the seat of government in Cook County. Chicago became founded in the late 1700s and has since grown to become the third-largest city in the United States. As of 2017, the City of Chicago is home to a population of 2.7 million people, according to the United States Census Bureau.

The City of Chicago provides residents with a unique lifestyle. Residents enjoy access to many ethnically diverse neighborhoods, world-class shopping and dining, as well as many attractions like Millennium Park, Willis Tower, Navy Pier, and Cloud Gate. The City of Chicago is also home to many sporting teams like the Cubs and White Sox baseball clubs, the Chicago Bears, and the Chicago Blackhawks. The location of Chicago along Lake Michigan provides residents with access to many wonderful water activities as well. In Chicago, Illinois, there is something for everyone.

Professional HVAC technicians recommend residents of the City of Chicago to have access to cooling and heating units inside their places of living. As mentioned previously, Chicago is in the Midwestern United States, which means homes in the city become susceptible to harsh weather conditions during the summer and winter months. During June, July, and August, the average temperatures range from the upper-70s to the low-80s. When heat waves pass through the city, temperatures will rise above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooling units like central air conditioning systems provide sufficient cooling power to Chicago homes and keep residents cool indoors.

It is also necessary for homes to become equipped with heating systems in the City of Chicago. During the months of winter, very harsh weather conditions are common. The average daytime temperature highs during the winter months range from the low to the upper-30s. At night, the average temperatures range from the low to the upper-20s. Also, heavy snowfall and precipitation are common in the City of Chicago during December, January, and February. When properly installed and well maintained, furnaces provide sufficient heating power to Chicago homes and keep residents warm and comfortable inside their places of living.