Carefree Comfort, Inc. in Deerfield, IL
Family owned and operated; Carefree Comfort, Inc. provides heating and air conditioning service, installation and repair for residential and commercial customers in Deerfield, Ill. Since 1984, our focus has been on delivering total comfort and enhancing your indoor environment.
Our air conditioning service technicians are certified by North American Technician Excellence, the only test endorsed by the entire HVAC industry. We offer 24-hour availability for emergency heating and air conditioning repairs; our technicians repair and service all major brands of HVAC equipment. As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, we use top-quality products in our repair and installation jobs.
We have more than 18 years of experience in the field of heating and air conditioning repair, service and installation. We built our reputation by delivering prompt service, quality workmanship, and superior products at an economical price. You can be confident the job will be done correctly when you choose Carefree Comfort, Inc. to handle your heating and cooling needs.
Deerfield, IL Air Conditioning Repair & Service
Deerfield, Ill., has grown from a crossroads settlement into a thriving community. A strong education system, a variety of activities and an affordable cost of living combined to earn Deerfield a third-place ranking in Business Week’s 2007 list of the best places to raise children.
In the spring of 1835, a group of settlers came up the Des Plaines River and settled in the area now known as Deerfield. Among the settlers was Jacob Cadwell, who established his homestead, Cadwell’s Corners, at the crossroads of Deerfield and Waukegan roads. The Ott family arrived in 1837, and Lymon Wilmot arrived in 1840. Wilmot’s home became a stop on the Underground Railroad.
The stage came to Deerfield in 1836 and the first road in 1841. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad arrived in 1872. Renamed Le Clair in 1840, the village underwent a second name change in 1849, when settler John Millen recommended the name of Deerfield in honor of his birthplace, Deerfield, Mass. The village was incorporated in 1903.
Deerfield’s population is 18,225. Over 64 percent of the population holds jobs in management and business occupations; 22 percent hold sales and office positions. Per capita income is $63,631. The largest employers are the Walgreen Co. and Baxter Healthcare. Once the headquarters for the Sara Lee Corp.’s bakery division, the village remains the corporate headquarters for a number of national and international companies, including Big Apple Bagels, United Stationers and three subsidiaries of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Workers commute an average of 29 minutes.
Deerfield is comprised primarily of single-family homes; the occupancy rate is over 96 percent. The median value is $545,900; median rent is $1,759. Public education consists of four elementary, two middle and two high schools. Deerfield High School ranked fifth in the state in 2012. Private educational options include two Montessori, one Roman Catholic and one Jewish school.
Geography and Climate
Deerfield covers 5.62 square miles in Lake and Cook counties. Located about 25 miles north of Chicago, the climate presents warm summers and cold winters. The village averages 83-degree temperatures in July and lows of 13 degrees in January. The average 36 inches of precipitation are evenly distributed throughout the year.
The Deerfield Park District maintains 20 parks, a golf course, a community center, senior center and skate park. Its Music in the Park series offers a chance to enjoy entertainment in an outdoor setting. Attractions include several historic landmarks, among them Deerfield Historic Village. Deerfield Square offers upscale shopping, dining and free outdoor concerts.