Main Services: Service/Installation of HVAC equipment
Trendline HVAC is a recognized leader in the industry, with an unmatchable reputation for quality, innovation, and excellent workmanship. We take great pride in offering prompt, dependable service at a fair price. Area residents and businesses have come to rely on us for all their home comfort needs.
We can install any type of heating and cooling system required in your home or building. We install high-efficiency HVAC systems designed to be the most cost-effective on the market and geared to your particular property. We offer 24-hour emergency service insuring that you will never be left out in the cold.
Customer satisfaction is our top priority. Our goal is to deliver quality services that will exceed our customer's expectations. So for the very best in service and quality, give us a call today!
Service Area: Arlington Heights, Elk Grove Village, Des Plaines, Glenview, Golf, Kenilworth, Morton Grove, Mount Prospect, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Skokie, Techny, Wilmette, Winnetka, Addison, Bellwood, Bensenville, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Elmhurst, Forest Park, Franklin Park, Glen Ellyn, Glendale Heights, Hines, Itasca, Lombard, Maywood, Westchester
3 ReviewsReview Me
Work Description: Repair boiler and add radiators instead of a whole new system I was told I needed from another company.Comments: Superb service. Vince is a very professional, mannerly, thoughtful man who saved me a lot of money another company stated I needed a whole new system.
Vince explained my system was only 4 years old and it just needed a good cleaning.
It works fantastic!!!!!
Work Description: furnace and air conditionComments: great contractors.
Work Description: Removal of old and replaced with brand new air condittioner and furance.Comments: The work was long but the results were good and very good especially when you consider the our household had done without air conditioning for the last three summers
a inquiry: when this started we had door bells ....now we don't ....would the contractor please come and see if the wiring is alright?