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Justice, IL Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

About Justice, IL - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Justice is a village located in Cook County, Illinois, and as of 2010 the population was approaching 13,000 residents. The community was established in 1911, and it currently consists of 2.88 square miles of total area. The major roadway of the village is Archer Avenue, but Justice also lies near Interstates 55 and 294. Elementary and middle school students in Justice attend Indian Springs School District 102, while high school students attend Argo Community High School. The Village of Justice is the home of 172 small businesses, including restaurants, hair stylists, florists, and healthcare facilities.

Justice, IL is home to several unique attractions. Resurrection Cemetery is a popular tourist stop, being home to Resurrection Mary, the most famous ghost in the Chicago area. Resurrection Cemetery also features the largest stained glass window in the world, which is situated near the cemetery’s main entrance and encloses the mausoleum. Visitors who are looking for a more upbeat attraction may prefer playing a round at the Chicago Players Club Golf or spending a night out at Davern’s Tavern and Lounge.

Justice is located in the midst of a humid continental climate zone. In the winter months, high temperatures in January may fall well below the freezing mark. Without a reliable home heating system, interior temperatures could be dangerously cold, and pipe work and plumbing system could freeze. Since snowstorms occasionally make driving conditions impossible and keep residents at home, it is especially important to ensure that a home heating system is working efficiently.

Summers in Justice are usually quite pleasant and allow for numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. While conditions are humid, high temperatures generally only reach the upper 70s. However, some days the thermostat will reach above 90, and when this occurs, residents are grateful to have a cool, air conditioned home to return to. These systems can also help allergy sufferers by reducing dust and allergens in the air, improving overall home air quality.