As of the census of 2000, there were 76,031 people, 30,763 households, and 20,518 families residing in the village of Arlington Heights, Il . The population density was 7,633.3 people per square mile (1,788.9/km). There were 131,725 housing units at an average density of 11,933.3 per square mile (746.4/km2). The racial makeup of the village was 90.56% White, 0.96% African American, 0.08% Native American, 5.98% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 1.19% from other races, and 1.19% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4.46% of the population.
There were 30,763 households out of which 29.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 58.4% were married couples living together, 6.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 33.3% were non-families.
We provide residential plumbing as well as commercial heating service to our dedicated customer base in the Arlington Heights, Illinois Area. Our HVAC heating technicians serving Arlington Heights, IL arrive quickly, with a clean cut appearance, offer up front pricing with no surprise costs. With the most up to date training our team of indoor air quality experts are ready to fix, repair, or replace your Arlington Heights furnace, boiler, and radiant heating unit.
Our service is designed to improve the reliability and maintain the energy efficiency of your furnace, boiler or radiant heating system in Arlington Heights, IL. Our Furnace Repair for Arlington Heights, IL and tune-up services will help you save money on your monthly heating costs by conducting a full, professional inspection of your heating system. Our contractors identify common problems resulting in the needless energy expenditure and furnace breakdown repairs. ABC heating and HVAC services are scheduled at a time convenient to you (including evening and weekend appointments).
Our HVAC technicians and installers are skilled, licensed and certified professionals who take pride in their workmanship. We use top quality materials and do not cut corners when it comes to quality. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We specialize in efficient, high quality green products and installation in Arlington Heights, IL. To ensure customer satisfaction we use boot covers on all installations and service calls so that we keep your house as clean as when we started. On all heating and cooling service calls we diagnose the issue as well as explain the problem and its cost before any repairs are done so there are no surprises.
At ABC Plumbing and Heating we take pride in doing the job right the first time, we stand behind our work 100%, and we go the extra mile to ensure you are completely satisfied. We can repair and replace almost any type of furnace or ac unit. Including Amana, American Standard, AO Smith, Armstrong, Bryant, Carrier, Comfort Maker, Coleman, Copeland, Corsaire, Ducane, Emerson, FASCO, GE, Genteq, Goodman, Heil, Honeywell, ICP, Intertherm, Janitrol, Lennox, Luxaire, Mars, Mars2, Miller, Nordyne, Payne, Rheem, Robertshaw, Ruud, Sears, Snyder, Tempstar, Trane, Weather King, White Rodgers, and York.
We also offer service to other cities including Park Ridge, Chicago, Mount Prospect, Niles, Schiller Park, Bensenville, Morton Grove, Glenview, Franklin Park, Skokie, Melrose Park, Northbrook, Itasca, Wheeling, Elmwood Park, Lincolnwood, Schaumburg, Evanston, Winnetka, Addison, Wilmette, Palatine and Lake Forest.
We can also handle all of your plumbing repairs-broken toilets, clogged sinks, leaky faucets, dishwashers, water heaters, sump pumps and more. Plus, we not only fix furnace and air conditioner and heat pump problems, we can install new units in your Arlington Heights, IL home as well. Replacing your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump is not as simple as just changing out equipment. When we replace your unit, our expert technicians evaluate your entire system including duct work and air flow. The experts at ABC Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical will check your whole comfort system to make sure it is operating properly and your home is comfortable. For the best local service, call us 24/7.
It can be hard trying to figure out how to keep your home warm and comfortable in the winter without emptying your bank account. Next time you go to turn on the heat, and raise your heating and energy bills, consider these cost-efficient ways to keep your home warm first.
Weather-strip Doors: Doors not only allow cold air to get in, they also allow heat to escape. Adding weather-stripping to your doors can help to prevent both of these occurrences.
Caulk Windows: Similar to doors, your windows can also allow cold air in and let warm air out, making it harder to keep your home warm. Caulking your windows closes many access points for losing heat and gaining unwanted cold air. To keep warm air inside of your home, consider adding more insulation, particularly to your attic, where heat rises and can escape.
Clean Ducts: You should have your heating ducts inspected and cleaned. This will pay off in the long-run, since blocked heating ducts can cause you to lose more than half of the heat that should be entering your home.
Add Insulation: To keep warm air inside of your home, consider adding more insulation, particularly to your attic, where heat rises and can escape.
Wrap Your Boiler: For a fairly inexpensive price, you can purchase a blanket designed to wrap around your water boiler. This extra insulation will lower the amount of heat lost, and accordingly, will lower the amount of money you have to spend to heat your water.
Program Your Thermostat: If you do not have a programmable thermostat, invest in one today. Programmable thermostats allow you to lower the temperature in your house when you are at work or asleep. Turning down the heat at different times throughout the day and night can amount to big savings. You can also look into zone heating, which will heat the areas of your home you spend the most time in, and lower the temperature in others. Never set your home temperature too low in an attempt to save money, because this can cause your pipes to freeze and burst.
Reverse Your Fan: This is a simple and cost-free procedure that can help to keep your home warm. By reversing your fan blades, you can blow air up instead of down. This will gently circulate warm air that rises to the ceiling throughout your home.
Keep Doors Closed and Blinds Open: Close all of your closet doors, and doors to rooms you are not going to be using, such as a guest room. You can also close the heat vents in these rooms. This will keep heat in the rooms you are in, instead of wasting it on spaces that do not need it. In addition, take advantage of the sun's heat by opening up blinds in rooms that face the sun.
Conduct a Home Energy Audit: A home energy audit, or assessment, looks into the energy consumed by your home. This can help you gauge exactly where you are spending your energy dollars, and where you should look to cut back. It can also help you to identify potential problems with your heating system that may be causing you to lose money, and possible ways to make your home more energy efficient.
Call us today to find out about high efficient furnaces, AC units and water heaters.