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Plainfield Company Crowned "Best Of" for Heating, Cooling Repair

With more than 15 years of heating and cooling experience, Tony and Marlene Filippelli opened the business in 2010.

There was a lot of competition after Patch readers in Plainfield, Bolingbrook and Romeoville nominated more than 20 contestants for the latest round of "Best Of" voting.

But when it came to the most trusted local company for furnace and a/c repair, a Plainfield business took an early lead, and kept it during a week of voting.

As the poll ended on Sunday, AirTek Heating & Cooling was the clear winner, with 21 percent of the vote.

The company was recently profiled on Plainfield Patch.

With more than 15 hears of heating and cooling experience, Plainfield couple Tony and Marlene Filippelli started the business in 2010. AirTek specializes in the installation, service and repair of both residential and commercial HVAC systems, and also offers emergency power systems to keep the lights on in the event of power failure.

"We design every system individually to meet our customers needs," Tony Filippelli  told Patch in October.

Originally from LaGrange, the couple has lived in Plainfield since 1999. In addition to her role with AirTek, Marlene is also a special needs teacher in Plainfield School District 202.

"We have enjoyed becoming part of the community and helping our neighbors provide a healthier indoor environment for their families," Tony said.

Read about past Patch "Best Of" winners:

MomofmanyinPlainfield January 19, 2014 at 07:43 PM
Congrats Filipelli family! We'll be calling you next time!
Tony Filippelli January 19, 2014 at 09:50 PM
I want to thank everyone for their support!!! It really means a lot to me that so many in the community would come out and give us this opportunity. More importantly that you would put your trust in us to take care of your home and your families comfort needs. We take that role very seriously
Jeff Schertz January 20, 2014 at 10:26 AM
This does not come as a surprise to me. I've not used their service yet but Tony was an active member for years in a motorsport community I was part of. He was always available to lend a hand, a wrench, a garage, or a ride to anyone in need and often organized group events. Clearly his customers are receiving the same level of generosity and care.
Tony Filippelli January 24, 2014 at 04:14 PM
Hey Jeff, good to see ya, thanks for the comment!!

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