When Walter Mehrholz first started his heating service company in Chicago back in 1938, he would have be amazed how his company–All Temp–would grow into one of the most respected HVAC companies in the country. Even more amazing is the fact that his grandson, Robbie Mehrholz, would stand at the helm and forward Walter’s dream–which was never to be the biggest, but only the best. Today All Temp Chicagoland Heating and Air Conditioning Company can brag a bit about both. The company is the largest Bryant dealer in the midwest, and Robbie Mehrholz’s philosophy of “always do right by the customer,” permeates throughout his business. Today the company has dozens of service vehicles throughout the Chicagoland area, and has establish a loyal base of residential heating and cooling customers from Chicago’s southside to the North Shore, from Evanston to Naperville. From their corporate offices on Montrose, just off the Edens, each day starts anew as the phones begin to ring. Calls for a new furnace, calls for air conditioning repair, calls for humidifiers, even air duct cleaning set the service trucks into motion. All Temp service technicians must pass a HVAC certified program to work at All Temp, with ongoing training for their employees to keep up with the new changing HVAC technology. All Temp offers their customers other reasons to be loyal. Prices! As a leading Bryant dealer, All Temp has enormous buying power so they can offer their residential customers the “All Temp Best Buy Guarantee.” Seventy-Five years in business is testimony that All Temp has done many things right, and will continue to do so. After all, it’s been a family affair, and that alone produces a great deal of pride and responsibility to do one’s best. For sales and service, All Temp can be reached at 1-800-All-Temp. For more of their history and business offerings, visit www.alltemp.com.
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Attention Chicago furnace buyers: In the December 2012 Consumer Reports, Bryant furnaces were rated the most reliable gas furnaces and needing the fewest repairs. At All Temp, were proud to represent the full line of Bryant furnaces. In fact, we are the largest Bryant dealership in the midwest. As a result, we not only can boast of having the most reliable furnaces, All Temp can save you money because we have extraordinary buying power. Right now, as we head into winter, our entire line of Bryant furnaces are on sale. Each furnace comes with an industry-leading warranty and is backed by the All-Temp “best price guarantee.” For a free in-home estimate, please call 1-800-All-Temp. Enjoy the holidays.
If you are looking for a competitive price on a new A/C system for your home, this is the ideal time to buy. Bryant’s largest dealership, All Temp Chicagoland Heating and Air Conditioning Company, is offering deep discounts on all leading Bryant models. Plus, All temp’s high efficiency models qualify for significant rebates now through the end of May 2012. For more information, call 1-800-All-Temp or visit alltemp.com.
When you are searching for the best in home comfort, Naperville and Chicago’s west suburbs choose All Temp. Whether you need a new furnace or air conditioner, or expert repair and service, All Temp is always minutes away in the neighborhood. Count on All Temp for Naperville heating and cooling and you will always receive expert service and All Temp’s “Best Price Guarantee.” All Temp has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau, and they are the highest recommended HVAC companies in Chicagoland.
The “b’tween” season is here, and All Temp has a number of excellent sales in effect. Call now to take advantage of All Temp’s FREE FURNACE OFFER when you purchase a Bryant A/C. Or take advantage of All Temp’s Pre-Season Sale on all Air Conditioners. Call 1-800-All-Temp. All Temp has serves the Naperville area since 1938. Learn more by visiting alltemp.com.
The best things in life are free, and when it comes to keeping your family warm during winter, nothing beats a free furnace. All Temp Chicagoland, the leading Bryant dealer in the area, is turning an overstocked furnace inventory into a late holiday gift for Chicago area homeowners. Due to to the late cold winter start, All Temp is overstocked with new Bryant furnaces. To turn lemons into lemonade, All Temp is offering a free furnace to customers who purchase an air conditioning system. Customers will only pay the regular price for furnace installation. In essence, customers are getting a complete “comfort” makeover: the furnace they need, Free! And replacing their old, tired a/c system with a new Bryant Air Conditioner. It’s a unique customer opportunity. But please note, inventory is large, but not endless. This offer is for a limited time, while product exists. Equipment will be sold on a first call, first served basis within the All Temp Chicagoland service area. No dealers, please. For more information, contact All Temp at 1-800-255-8367. Or visit www.alltemp.com
The AccuWeather.com Long-Range Forecasting Team has Chicago right in the middle of where the worst of winter 2011-2012′s snow and cold is expected to be.
“Last winter was nasty in Chicago. This winter could be just as bad,” warned AccuWeather.com Expert Long-Range Meteorologist Bob Smerbeck. This will make it the fifth winter in a row with snowfall well above normal and temperatures well below average for the city. The last time there were this many back-to-back winters with snowfall well above normal was in the 1970s.
go to: accuweather.com to read more.
Now that Daylight Saving Time has arrived, remember to adjust your automatic thermostat to keep your Chicago home warm and comfy this winter. We actually lose as much as four and a half hours of daylight from summer’s late sunsets to winter’s early dusk. Most of us who return home from work will be doing so in pitch darkness. Make sure your home furnace anticipates your arrival. Set your automatic thermostat to begin warming your home a few degrees more starting at about 4:30 to 5:00pm. You may want to raise the temp a few degrees more during the dinner and evening hours, especially if the outside temp is extremely cold. And hour before you head off to bed, set your automatic thermostat to lower the temp to around 66-degrees, or the sleeping temperature you desire. If it seems a bit too cool remember, it’s healthier for your body and you’ll be saving energy costs when the furnace isn’t working hard at night. Besides, that’s why they make blankets. Most people like to have their house (in winter) a bit warmer when they wake up. Unless you are planning on staying in all day, only raise the temp a degree or two–or not at all. There is no reasons to warm an empty home if you’re heading off to work. Your automatic thermostat is your friend. Adjust it for your comfort and maximum energy savings. Winter-like temperatures in Chicago can last well into March, even April. Also, since your furnace is running often during the colder months, check your filters more often. Nothing prevents your furnace from working harder than it should than having a dirty filter. And for goodness sake, if you haven’t had a furnace Clean & Check for winter, call All Temp today. You’ll save $40 too, for a limited time. Our Clean & Check is now only $89.95. Enjoy a warm, cozy winter. We promise, Spring will return.
First it was the incessant rain that flooded basements by the thousands. All Temp to the rescue, removing and replacing furnaces and water heaters destroyed by the flooding. Then came the blazing heat, with a succession of 90+ degree days that stressed out air conditioning systems throughout the Chicagoland area. All Temp to the rescue, repairing and replacing a/c units everywhere. In these cases, repairing and replacing equipment was as much a safety issue as anything. Air conditioners, water heaters and furnaces are a vital part of our everyday living, and high indoor temperatures and the mold and bacteria caused by flooded homes are serious health hazards. All Temp has been operating 24/7 to get Chicago area homeowners back to their comfort level, and working tirelessly with Chicago homeowners and their insurance claims. Our fleet of service vehicles are in communities everywhere. If you are a victim of the recent torment of Mother Nature, we can help. Call for a free in-home estimate and take advantage of special pricing we are offering thise affected by the recent weather. Call 1-800-All-Temp
When Walter Mehrholz, founder of All Temp Heating & Air Conditioning Company, first opened his HVAC business back in 1938, most Chicagoans could not imagine a future of year ’round ideal indoor comfort. But here we are, 73 years later, enjoying the most advanced air conditioning to keep us cool during hot Chicago summers, and high-efficient furnaces to keep us warm and toasty when the icy Chicago winter winds blow.
Today, All Temp is Chicagoland’s most trusted company for residential indoor comfort equipment and service, and the largest, leading Bryant dealership in the country. From Evanston to Naperville, Chicago’s south suburbs to the North Shore, All Temp’s reputation for excellence and customer satisfaction continues to grow… by the hour. With more than 659,000,000 hours on the job, few Chicago companies can claim more experience. All Temp’s highly trained technicians have solved thousands of equipment problems—repaired thousands of furnaces and air conditioners–sold and installed a multitude of comfort equipment to keep Chicagoans in their comfort zone. The service, technology and savings behind the Bryant products they sell makes All Temp the #1 choice for home comfort quality.
Yet, some things have not changed in 73 years. The company is still a family-run business, today spearheaded by Walter’s grandson, Robbie Mehrholz. And the company still offers free in-home estimates and stands behind every single sale and service they provide to Chicagoans. For more information, and current sale prices on air conditioners, call 1-800-All-Temp.
Walter Mehrholz would be proud to see the amazing growth and transformation of the company he founded in 1938. Today, All Temp is still in the family, run by his grandson, Robbie Mehrholz. All Temp is Chicago’s largest and leading comfort company for residential air conditioners and furnaces featuring Bryant equipment.
In addition to All Temp becoming Chicagoland’s first Bryant dealership, here are some other interesting facts that mark 1938. They’re pretty cool, especially if you are reading this inside your All Temp air conditioned home.
• The first use of seeing eye dogs occurs
• Fair Labor Standards Act US with Minimum Hourly Rate of 25 cents
• Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae – FNMA) Established
• Howard Hughes sets a new Round The World Record of 3 days, 19 hours
• March of Dimes Polio Foundation Created on January 3rd
• A 450 metric ton meteorite struck the earth in an empty field near Chicora, Pennsylvania
• Seabiscuit and War Admiral have their long awaited race to decide the best horse which Seabiscuit beats War Admiral
• Action Comics issues the first Superman comic
• Orson Wells’ radio adaptation of The War of the Worlds is broadcast, causing mass panic in the eastern United States.
• Kate Smith sings a rendition of Irvin Berlin’s ‘God Bless America’ for the first time on radio during an Armistice Day broadcast
• Disney releases Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
• Oil is discovered in Saudi Arabia.
• Ball Point Pens are introduced
• Teflon Introduced
• Du Pont announced a name for its new synthetic yarn: “nylon”.
• Freeze Dried Coffee was introduced by Nescafe
• Franklin D. Roosevelt was the United States President
• Average Cost of new house $3,900.00
• Average wages per year $1,730.00
• Cost of a gallon of Gas 10 cents
• Average Cost for house rent $27.00 per month
• A loaf of Bread 9 cents
• A LB of Hamburger Meat 13 cents
• Average Price for new car $763.00
• Cubs lose to Yankees in World Series, no surprise.