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Toro Heating & Cooling can give you the peace of mind you need.
With one call, you’ll have the security and confidence of knowing
your family’s comfort is in good hands…

We help you save money on your fuel bills. And, we help deliver relief
to those with allergies and many others concerned with the quality of
the air they breathe

No Matter the Season, the Reason, the Time…

We accept all of the following Credit Cards:

About Us

Our company has a strong commitment to quality and ethics. We pride ourself on our community service, and maintaining strong and supportive relationships with our customers. We strive to make sure things are done right the first time, and keep things running as smoothly as possible. After all, the ideal climate-control system should never remind you that it’s there aside from the gratitude you might feel walking into your home or office on a particularly hot or cold day.

Services

Service, Repair and Installation Single Family Homes, Condominiums and other Multiple Units. New construction or remodeling. Residential and Commercial.

  • Heating & Air Conditioning Forced Air
  • Custom Sheet Metal Work
  • Hot Water and Steam Boilers
  • Tank and Tankless Water Heaters
  • Geothermal Systems
  • 410A Air Conditioners
  • Furnaces
  • HVAC/R Systems
  • Ventilation Systems
  • Custom Control Systems

  • Energy Management Systems
  • Air Cleaners and Humidifiers
  • Equipment Refurbishment
  • UV Lamps
  • Walk-in Coolers
  • Refrigeration Systems
  • Thermostats
  • Service Agreements,
  • We service most heating and air conditioning brands.

Whether you need a new furnace, air conditioner, humidifier, standard maintenance, service or repair, we are ready to help you and your family stay comfortable and save on energy costs .

Estimates upon Requests

Whether you need a new furnace, air conditioner, humidifier, standard maintenance, service or repair, we are ready to help you and your family stay comfortable and save on energy costs .

Estimates upon Requests

Heating System

Heating is the largest energy expense in most homes, accounting for 35-50% of annual energy bills in colder parts of the country. Reducing your heating energy use is the single most effective way to save money and reduce your home’s contribution to global environmental problems.

Residential / Commercial

Let us help you decide whether you need to improve the performance of your Existing System or you need to Replace it.

 

Maintenance

INCREASED EQUIPMENT LIFE: Properly maintained equipment last longer, saving you money

LOWER UTILITIES: Properly maintained heating and cooling equipment has a lower operating cost than non-maintained equipment, saving you money.

INCREASED COMFORT: Properly maintained equipment cools better, heats better and dehumidifies better.

SEASONAL MAINTENANCE: Spring / Summer / Fall / Winter

PEACE OF MIND!

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!

For Professional Maintenance of your HVAC system, call 312.493.2621

“Don’t Delay, Call Us Today!”


Maintenance on Roof Top Equipment


Maintenance on Commercial Condensor

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Maintenance on Economisers Filters

Maintenance on Commercial Air Handlers

Maintenance on Drain Pan

 

Maintenance on Indoor Residential

 

Products

When your heating or cooling system fails, immediately you realize the importance of having a new system that can tough it out during those blazing hot summers, or frigid winter months. Every home and occupant has different needs. We offer a variety of product lines to fit those needs.

From standard efficiency products, to the most efficient system available, The products can clean your air, adjust indoor temperatures by room, and control indoor humidity.

The systems are also offer industry-leading product warranties and commit to product durability.

Please give us a call and we can help you decide what products will best meet your comfort needs and your budget.

 


FAQ

How do I know when it’s time to replace my heating or air conditioning system?

 

1. Do you have hot or cold rooms in the house?

A new, properly installed system can yield the same temperature from one end of the house to the other.

2. Do you have to wear a sweatshirt or wrap yourself in a blanket when you’re “relaxing” at home?

Variable speed two-stage furnaces, hydro-air, and radiant heating can stop drafts in your home.

 

What is a Dual Fuel System?

Installing a Heat Pump in conjunction with an existing fossil fuel system,
i.e. gas furnace, results in a Dual Fuel System.
With Dual Fuel, you control the utility instead of the utility controlling you.

 

What does my Indoor Unit do?

The indoor part of a central air conditioning or heat pump system is also called an Air Handler. This moves the air throughout the ductwork of your home.
Air Handlers may be placed in an attic, garage or closet or laundry room space.
It is a good idea to have your Air Handler serviced at least twice a year.

 

How DOES a Heat Pump work?

A Heat Pump is a HVAC unit that heats or cools by moving heat.
Simply put, in the summer it moves the warm air out of the house
and in the winter moves the warm air into the house.
(HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning).

 

What is meant by a split system?

A split system is simply one that has its major parts located in two separate areas.  For instance, the outside section, (the condensing unit),  and the inside section, consisting of the evaporator coil and a furnace or it could be a Heat Pump outside and Air Handler inside.

Glossary

    Accumeter

The metering (flow control) device inside a Carrier centrifugal chiller. Its unique design always feeds the cooler with liquid refrigerant, which has a much greater cooling capability than a gaseous refrigerant.

     Accurator

A piston type metering device that feeds the proper amount of liquid refrigerant into the evaporator.

     AFUE

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The AFUE percentage tells you how much energy is being converted to heat. The higher the number the greater the efficiency.

Air Conditioner

Assembly of equipment for the simultaneous control of air temperature, relative humidity, purity, and motion.

     Air-Cooled System

A type of air conditioning system that uses freon as a refrigerant and air as a condensing medium. Typically, the air-cooled condenser is located outside and refrigerant lines are piped to it from the indoor unit.

     Air Handler

The portion of your heating and cooling system that forces air through your home’s ductwork.

     BTU

British Thermal Units. The amount of heat it takes to raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. The higher the BTU rating, the larger the heating capacity of the furnace or air conditioner.

     Capacity

The ability of a heating or cooling system to heat or cool a given amount of space. Heating is usually expressed in BTUs, cooling is expressed in tons.

     Compressor

The motor/pump that drives the air conditioning unit. It is responsible for pumping refrigerant throughout the system.

     Condenser Coil

Part of the outdoor portion of a heating or cooling system, that releases or collects heat from the outside air.

     Damper

A valve or moveable plate used in duct work that opens and closes to control airflow. They are used to direct air to specific areas of the home.

     Downflow

A type of furnace that takes cool air from the top and blows warm air to the bottom.

     Ductwork

Hollow metal pipes used to transfer air throughout your house.

     Electronic Air Cleaner

An electronic device that filters out particles and contaminants in indoor air.

     Evaporator Coil

Part of the heating or cooling system located indoors, that cools and dehumidifies the air by converting liquid refrigerant into gas.

     Heat Exchanger

A device for the transfer of heat energy from the source to the conveying medium.

     Heat Pump

An air conditioner that contains a valve that allows it to alternate between heating and cooling.

     Horizontal Furnace

A furnace that lies on its side, pulling in return air from one side and expelling warm air from the other.

     HSPF – Heating Seasonal Performance Factor

Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. Measures the heating efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the number the more efficient the heat pump heats your home.

     Humidifier

A piece of equipment that adds moisture to the air as it comes out of the furnace.

     HVAC

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.

     Refrigerant

A substance that produces a refrigerating effect while expanding or vaporizing.

     SEER  A rating that denotes the efficiency of air conditioning equipment. It is the amount of cooling your equipment delivers for every dollar spent on electricity. It is the ratio of cooling delivered by a system, measured in BTUs, to the dollar cost of the electricity to run the system, as measured in watt-hours. This ratio is determined using specified federal test procedures. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost.     Single Package

A year-round heating and air conditioning system that has all of the components completely encased in one unit outside the home.

     Split System

A central air conditioner consisting of two or more major components. The system usually consists of a compressor-containing unit and condenser, installed outside the building and a non-compressor – containing air handling unit installed within the building. This is the most common type of system installed in a home.

     Thermostat

A temperature control device, typically found on a wall inside that consists of a series of sensors and relays that monitor and control the functions of a heating and cooling system.

     Upflow

A type of air conditioning system that discharges air into the conditioned space via a top-mounted discharge plenum or through an overhead duct system.

     Ventilator

A ventilator captures heating or cooling energy from stale indoor air and transfers it to fresh incoming air.

     Zoning

The practice of providing independent heating and/or cooling to different areas in a structure. Zoning typically utilizes a system controller, zoning dampers controlled by a thermostat in each zone, and a bypass damper to regulate static pressure in the supply duct.

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TORO Heating & Cooling Inc

4238 N. Cicero Ave • Chicago, IL 60641 • US

Phone: 1.773.202.9933 • Fax: 1.773.202.9934

E-mail: office@torohvac.com