You may be ready for tonight, but what about your home? CBS 2’s Chris Martinez has with tips for homeowners.
Some Chicago-area residents have cried uncle after this week’s drop in temperatures. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
If you wait until it’s cold before trying to turn on your furnace for the first time, that can be a costly mistake. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
How to detect furnace issues this fall.
Tenants of an apartment building that’s in foreclosure in the Austin neighborhood on Chicago’s West Side say they’re fed up and are threatening a rent strike.
As the temperature drops outside, the cost of keeping warm inside goes up. Remember the Wrights? The suburban couple has four kids. Their furnace wasn’t working the way it was supposed to, so CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker helped them get in touch with an expert to see what he could do.
A lot of homeowners are getting the bad news that they’ll have to replace flood-damaged appliances.
Chicago area home owners who’ve considered replacing that old furnace or insulating the attic might want to get moving on that if they want a $1,500 federal tax credit.