Schebler Heating and Air has been servicing the Quad City area since 1895. Our experienced staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you are looking for service After Hours Emergency please call 563-359-8001. Emails are only monitored during normal business hours.Request
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If your house isn’t as comfortable as it should be, the problem may not be your heating or air conditioning unit. Home Performance Testing from Schebler will help identify areas in your home where outside air may be getting in, or places within your ductwork where conditioned air is escaping.
Once we identify problems in your home’s air flow, we can recommend changes or repairs that will insure your house stays comfortable without your having to adjust the thermostat to get it there.
Home performance testing is an effective solution if you have experienced any of the issues below:
The cost of home performance testing depends on the size and layout of your home. The testing process can last anywhere from two hours to two days—but can be invaluable when you’re trying to decide whether to repair or replace your current heating or air conditioning unit.
Schedule Home Performance Testing with a Schebler technician by calling 359-8001 (Iowa) or (309) 797-9393 (Illinois).
Schebler Heating and Air has been servicing the Quad City area since 1895. Our experienced staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you are looking for service After Hours Emergency please call 563-359-8001. Emails are only monitored during normal business hours.
Through a close relationship with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and as an expert Carrier dealer, Schebler offers, with approved credit, a variety of flexible options for financing your new Carrier product or system. That way, you can invest in your home's comfort or respond to an unexpected heating and cooling need without breaking your monthly budget.
Make sure your new air conditioner and furnace are performing at maximum capacity.