When you need repairs around your home, you need them done by a professional you can trust. Whether your furnace goes out in the middle of winter, or your AC unit needs repairs in the summer, All Services has your HVAC needs covered. We also offer expert electrician services, including generation installation, electrical outlet repairs, and more. Call us today for appointments in Crown Point, IN and its surrounding areas. Be sure to ask us about our Total Care Club Membership to learn of its benefits, including $1,000 in money-saving coupons, priority scheduling, and more!
When you have an issue in your home, give us a call. We serve the following areas:
- Saint John: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Schererville: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Cedar Lake: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Winfield: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Valparaiso: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Highland: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Merrillville: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Hobart: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
- Lowell: Heating & Cooling | Electrical
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We offer the following HVAC and electrical services - and more - to the Crown Point, IN area:
- Heating Repairs
- Heating Installation
- Air Conditioner Repairs
- Air Conditioner Installation
- Switch and Outlet Repair and Replacement
- Wiring Repair and Replacement
- Pool and Hot Tub Wiring
- Electrical Vehicle Charging Station
- Generator Installation
- Decorative and Security Lighting
Benefits of Installing a New Air Conditioner
Installing a new air conditioning unit can have many advantages. While the top one might be peace of mind knowing your system isn’t likely to breakdown in the middle of summer, or need repairs in the near future, there are also other benefits:
- A more energy-efficient unit, which can result in lower utility bills.
- More climate control, allowing you to keep your home at a constant temperature with even cooling throughout the house.
- Increased indoor air quality, as the system can better remove particles and debris from the air.
- The latest technology and features to provide you with advanced capabilities.
How to Keep Your Furnace Properly Maintained
No one wants to wake up in the middle of winter to a chilly house due to a malfunctioning furnace. To ensure your unit works when you need it most, it’s important to keep it properly maintained by following these tips:
- Schedule an annual inspection in the spring or fall to allow our heating experts to perform a tune-up.
- Replace the filters at least every three months to keep dust, pet dander and other particles from building up in the system.
- Install a carbon monoxide monitor and have it inspected regularly.
- Examine the furnace ducts to look for leaks and other issues.
- Check the blower for obstructions, and if needed, apply lubrication.
- Inspect the inside of the unit for rust, cracks and other defects.
- Clean the burners with water to remove dust and debris.
- Clean the sensor and pilot with a wire brush and an emery cloth.
- Check the “high limit” on the furnace to prevent overheating.
- Check the rate of fuel usage on the gas meter.
- Clean the area around the unit to keep it accessible if repairs are needed.
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Signs Your Electrical Outlets Need to be Replaced
When you plug various small appliances and other items into an electrical outlet each day, you might not think about how well it’s functioning -- until it starts to cause problems. When certain issues occur, it can signal you need to replace the outlets to prevent risk to yourself and your home. Some signs to watch for can include:
- Sparks or heat coming from the outlet: This can indicate a serious issue that can require an outlet to be replaced ASAP before it potentially causes a fire.
- Cracked outlet covers: Cracks can let dust and debris into the electrical system, which can cause damage.
- Flickering lights: If you have lights plugged into an outlet and they start flickering, it can indicate the outlet can’t keep up with the demand.
- Two-pronged outlets: This type of outlet indicates the outlet isn’t grounded, which can be a safety risk. Instead, it should be replaced by a GFCI outlet.