HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES IN ELMHURST ILLINOIS
Elmhurst Climate Control Experts You Can Rely On
When you are looking for a responsive, full-service company that prioritizes your needs, Knights HVAC is here to help. Our skilled Elmhurst HVAC specialists understand how important these systems are to your family’s comfort. We define ourselves by our commitment to offering superior service and building lasting relationships with our customers. Our goal is always to provide the solutions that are right for the individual and their family, whether that means thorough repairs or a total system overhaul.
No matter what heating and air services you may need, you can expect us to arrive in a timely manner and offer industry-leading workmanship and customer care. Our NATE-Certified technicians take great pride in getting the job done right the first time. We focus on providing services that maximize the efficiency, output, and lifespan of your home comfort systems.
Our team of technicians are not only highly trained and qualified in the leading heating, cooling, and air quality technologies but also uphold exacting standards of honesty and reliability. We value your time and don’t keep you waiting or subject you to needless, multiple intrusions. We respect your property and maintain neat and clean job sites.
Our Lockport HVAC Services Aren’t Limited.
In addition to comprehensive heating, cooling, and indoor air quality service—installation, repair, and maintenance—we offer a wealth of other services to make your Concord home safer and more comfortable:
- Ductless heat pump systems
- Ductwork installation, sealing, and repairs
- Zone system installations
- Water heaters (tankless and tank style)
- Wall insulation
- Whole-house ventilation systems
- Indoor air quality and filtration systems
- Wine cooling systems
- Crawl space ventilation
- Whole-house energy assessments
Elmhurst, Illinois is 8 miles W of Oak Park, Illinois (center to center) and 15 miles W of Chicago, Illinois. It is inDu Page County. The city is part of the Chicago metro area.
Elmhurst was originally inhabited by the Potawatomi Indian tribe. The area was first settled in by European immigrants around 1836. The Hill Cottage Tavern was opened in 1843. The area was named Cottage Hill in 1845. The Galena and Chicago Union Railroad entered the area around 1849. Cottage Hill was renamed Elmhurst in 1869 and officially incorporated in 1882. The Elmhurst Memorial Hospital was built in 1926.
Elmhurst and nearby Attractions
- Elmhurst Art Museum
- American Movie Palace Museum
- McCormick House
- Elmhurst Historical Museum
- Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art
- Kiddieland Amusement Park