Residential HVAC Services & More in Lake County and Kenosha, WI

Servicing Waukegan, Gurnee, and Neighboring Cities

You depend on your HVAC system to keep you and your family comfortable year‐round. During our area’s cold winters and hot summers, you may feel uncomfortable if your furnace or air conditioner breaks down. Call Robinson Heating and Cooling. We offer 24­ hour emergency service for all of your furnace and air conditioning needs.
At Robinson Heating & Cooling, Inc., your health and comfort matter to us. Whether you need to repair your furnace or boiler, or you need a new furnace or air conditioner in Waukegan, IL and surrounding areas, you can count on our certified and professional technicians to deliver quality work.
No job is too big, too small, or too complicated—we do it all. We’ll even do jobs that other companies refuse.

Depend on Our Installations and Repairs

Whether you need check‐ups, maintenance, repair, or new installations, we will meet your needs. We offer new products if yours have broken or aged beyond repair. Count on us to repair or install any of the following:
  • Wifi thermostats
  • Air cleaners
  • Boilers
  • Central air conditioning
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Energy Recovery Ventilators
  • High-efficiency furnaces
  • Radiant baseboard heating
  • Radiant floor heating
  • Water heaters
  • Whole-house humidifiers
  • Steam humidifiers

Your satisfaction matters to us. We stand behind every job we perform, and we’ll keep working until you are satisfied. In addition, we offer extended warranties and residential service maintenance agreements for your convenience.
We also provide comprehensive tune‐ups and cleanings through our 21‐Plus Plans. Read more about these programs to find out what we can do for you.

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When you need residential heating or cooling repair in Lake County, IL, our specialists will go above and beyond to make you comfortable. Our team also includes specialists in Unico Systems and Space Pak, so you can rely on us to fix any HVAC system.
To schedule a checkup, repair, or installation, call our Lake County, IL office at (847) 623-7300.


Trust Us With Your Air Conditioning, Boiler & Furnace Maintenance Safety Needs

Robinson Heating and Cooling offers 3 different versions of our 21+ plan. The first is the “21+ Furnace Clean & Check”, the second is the “21+ AC Clean & Check”, the third is our “21+ Boiler Clean & Check”. Please review below for more information on each plan accordingly.
Please call us at 847-623-7300 if you have any additional questions about our exclusive 21+ programs.

21 + Furnace Clean & Check

  • Test thermostat-turn on heat
  • Visually inspect flue pipe
  • Test draft in flue (cold)
  • Remove and clean burners
  • Remove and clean pilot
  • Remove and clean flame sensor
  • Remove and clean spark ignitor
  • Replace thermocouple (additional cost)
  • Test hot surface ignitor – Replace if needed
    (additional cost depending on brand)
  • Clean heat exchanger
  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks and stress
  • Vacuum burner compartment and exchanger
  • Re-assemble unit
  • Test for gas leaks at unit
  • Inspect filter change if needed (customer provides)
  • Inspect blower
  • Oil blower motor if needed (customer provides)
  • Remove and clean blower if needed
    (time and material extra)
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections
  • Start heat
  • Watch for smooth ignition
  • Test temperature rise
  • Adjust to manufacturers rating
  • Test draft
  • Test carbon monoxide
  • Test and inspect safeties
  • Turn off thermostat and test for proper off cycling

21 + A/C Clean & Check

  • Inspect thermostat
  • Test thermostat in all modes
  • Inspect filter, replace if needed (customer supplied)
  • Inspect blower and motor, oil if required
  • Test amp draw
  • Inspect belt
  • Turn off humidifier damper and water, put in A/C position
  • Test wet bulb temp
  • Test dry temp
  • Test temp drop across evaporation coil
  • Check drain line and flush with water (if so equipped)
  • Test condensate pump
  • Inspect refrigerant line insulation
  • Visual safety check of flue pipes
  • Inspect condenser coil, clean with water if needed (chemical cleaning extra)
  • Inspect contactor(s)
  • Inspect capacitors
  • Inspect condensor fan and motor, oil if needed
  • Test condensor fan motor and amp draw
  • Test outdoor air temp
  • Test refrigerant pressures, low/high
  • Test superheat to ensure maximum efficiency
  • Check disconnect, fused/non-fused
  • Check for proper size wire
  • Check for proper circuit breaker
  • Check proper rating plate amp draw

21 + Boiler Clean & Check

  • Inspect thermostat / turn on
  • Inspect flue piping – CHIMNEY
  • Inspect boiler jacket for signs of combustion gas leaks
  • Clean burners
  • Clean pilot
  • Clean spark ignitor
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Clean chambers (brush)
  • Vacuum out debris
  • Replace thermocouple (additional cost)
  • Test hot surface ignitor
  • Drain standard expansion tank
  • Inspect diaphragm expansion tank
  • Inspect pressure temp gauge
  • Check reducing valve / water feeder
  • Check relief valve
  • Set proper pressure and refill expansion tank
  • Oil pumps and motors
  • Start and test unit
  • Test draft
  • Leak test jacket
  • Test ignition
  • Check flames
  • Test carbon monoxide
  • Test limits
  • Test controls
  • Check pump relays
  • Check zone valves
  • Check supply and return loops
  • Check radiant heat circuits
  • Inform owner of any needed repairs

Air Duct Cleaning

Why do I need this?

You can benefit from cleaner air, especially if you or a family member has severe allergies, asthma or other health conditions related to allergens and dust mites. Allergens can easily hide in your home forced-air system.

What exactly is air duct cleaning?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency describes it as “the cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced-air systems, including the supply and return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans, fan motor and fan housing, and the air handling housing.”

What does Robinson Heating and Cooling do to help me?

Robinson Heating and Cooling utilizes the Rotovision® compact digital video inspection system with six LED headlights, color picture, and waterproof digital camera. We can attach this camera to the Rotobrush® and view the duct cleaning process in action. The patented Rotobrush® system uses remote control steering, built-in vacuum, and various sizes of rotating brushes to snake its way through your duct system, leaving it cleaner than you thought possible. It easily cleans all types of air duct construction (e.g. flex-ducts, round metal ducts, square metal ducts, fiberboard) including right angle turns, reducers, and multiple bends found in most types of duct systems.

The step by step:

  • Step 1: A Robinson Heating and Cooling Rotobrush®-trained technician cleans the register covers to remove dust-collecting substances, including cooking oil film and nicotine film.
  • Step 2: He then deep cleans the source of the air supply including the blower, squirrel cage, coils, condensation pan and return air supply.
  • Step 3: The air ducts are then brush-vacuumed clean with our Rotobrush® system, removing the contaminants that circulate through your air duct system. Lastly, we sanitize your air ducts and vents with an environmentally safe sanitizer.
duct cleaning - Air Conditioning Service & Repair in Waukegan, IL
Some facts about indoor air pollution to think about…

  • Indoor air quality is one of the EPA’s top five environmental risks to public health.
  • Despite this, almost 25% of Americans do not show concern about the air quality in their homes.
  • Common indoor air pollutants include dust mites, pollen, mold, radon, carbon monoxide, excessive carbon dioxide, and other chemical fumes.
  • Pollution inside typically is two to five times worse than the air outdoors. Sometimes it can be 100 times worse.
  • Secondhand smoke from tobacco products are a major indoor air pollutant. It contains about 4,000 chemicals, including 200 known poisons.
  • Secondhand smoke causes over 150,000 respiratory problems in infants and 38,000 deaths annually.
  • 10% of Americans have never changed the filter on their heating and air conditioning unit.
  • 75% of Americans live with someone who suffers from asthma, allergies, or other respiratory illnesses.
  • Poor indoor air quality can cause or contribute to asthma, headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, nausea and fatigue.
  • One out of 15 American homes has a dangerously high radon level. Radon naturally emits from the earth and enters the home through cracks in the foundation floor and walls, drains, and other openings. Indoor radon exposure is estimated to be the second leading cause of lung cancer.
  • Only 27% of Americans have carbon monoxide detectors at home. Carbon monoxide is a gas that can stop coordination, worsen heart conditions, and at very high levels, can cause death.

Source: American Lung Association