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Phone Number:

(773) 649-1449


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Chicago Heating & Cooling Experts

Oasis Heating & Cooling

5736 N. Western Ave.

Chicago, IL 60659

(773) 649-1449

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday

7:30AM – 3:30PM

24 Hour Emergency Service Available!

Heating and air conditioning are essential for keeping your indoor spaces
safe and comfortable during the cold Chicago winters and sweltering summers.
For help keeping your home or business’s HVAC system functional all
year round, let the team at Oasis Heating & Cooling provide HVAC installation,
maintenance, and repairs. You’ll find our team to be skilled, experienced,
and friendly. It doesn’t matter what kind of property you own; we
provide AC repair services for single-family homes and major condominium
complexes throughout Chicagoland.

What’s Nearby:

Northeastern Illinois University

Wrigley Field

DeVry University Chicago Campus

O’Hare International Airport

For many years, the Illinois area was inhabited by Miami, Potawatomi, and
other Native American tribes. French explorers first came to the area in the 17
th century, and the United States controlled the area after the early part of the 19
th century. The name “Chicago” comes from the French version of
a native word meaning “wild onion.” Illinois became a state
in 1818, and Chicago became incorporated as a city in 1837. The city quickly
established itself as an important commercial waypoint between the Great
Lakes and the Mississippi River.

Railroads helped connect Chicago with the Eastern United States, and people
from all over the world immigrated to the city. A large section of Chicago
was burned to the ground in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, but from the
ashes rose the world’s first skyscraper, completed in 1885. During
Prohibition, Chicago was famously the site of numerous clashes between
police and alcohol smugglers. Chicago hosted the World’s Fair in 1933
and 1934, and cemented its position as one of the world’s greatest
cities during the 20
th century.

Today, Chicago is home to more than 2.7 million people, making it the third
most populous city in the U.S. About 9.5 million people live in the Chicago
metropolitan area. Chicago is still a major transport hub for the American
Midwest, and sees a lot of air traffic from all over the world. In fact,
O’Hare International Airport is considered the second busiest airport
on the planet.

Chicago Public Resources:

Chicago Police Department

Chicago Public Library

Chicago Transport Authority


5736 North Western Avenue
Chicago, IL 60659