Campbell's TempraCure is your best choice for all of your heating and cooling needs. Campbell's Tempracure is a family-owned and operated company. We have been serving McHemry and surrounding Counties since 1983 when Michael Campbell established the company in Crystal Lake, IL. By providing our customers with unparalleled "hands on" service and customer care, we have grown to be one of the friendliest and most respected heating and air conditioning companies in the area.
We will keep you comfy-n-cozy on those cold winter or hot summer nights! Our staff specializes in repairing and installing heating and air conditioning systems. All of our repair specialists are certified heating and air conditioning technicians and are trained to help you with preventative maintenance, repairs, replacement systems, and installation. We back all of our work with 10 year parts and labor warranties. We also offer service agreement contracts that Provide Enhanced ‘Preferred Customer’ care with No Over-Time Charges. Even on Holidays such as Christmas ! 24 Hours 7 Days a Week. Ensuring our customers are never left without assistance.
ACCA is a group of over 4,000 air conditioning contractors who work together to improve our industry, promote good practices, and keep homes and buildings safe, clean and comfortable. We share one goal: to make the HVACR industry, and every professional contracting business, more successful.
How do we do it? We bring you together with other contractors through unique learning opportunities. We provide exclusive technical, legal, and marketing resources. We bring customers to you. And we fight aggressively for your business interests in Washington, DC. With roots stretching back nearly a century, ACCA is the only nationwide organization of, by and for the small businesses that design, install and maintain indoor environmental systems.
EPA Refrigerant Handling Certification - The Federal Government of the United States requires all individuals who open a system or container holding a controlled refrigerant to be certified. Congress gave authority to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to write the necessary regulations to implement the rulings in Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. Persons who work on stationary equipment or use refrigerant designed for these systems can become certified by passing a proctored Section 608 examination.