Archive for July, 2015

What Kinds of Repairs Are Common to Geothermal Systems?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

By this time of year, you are probably using your cooling system regularly. Because of this, it is also the time of year when our Celco Heating and Air Conditioning experts see an uptick in AC repair calls. If you cool your home using a geothermal system, you may be wondering what kinds of problems can develop. Here are some of the most common ones our experts see: (more…)

Can the Refrigerant in My AC Run Out?

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Your air conditioner requires refrigerant in order to function. While your air conditioner certainly consumes electricity to operate, it actually doesn’t consume refrigerant. This may seem very counter-intuitive, but when you have an understanding of how refrigerant works, it will make much more sense as to why it isn’t consumed by your AC system. (more…)

What Size Air Conditioner Will Fit My Home?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Proper sizing is critical for your air conditioning system, and it’s not as easy as you may think. Many people will tell you all you have to know to properly size your AC system is the square footage of your home. The truth is that the square footage is only one of several important factors that have to be accounted for to ensure your cooling system is correctly sized for your home in Fairfield, CT. What else has to be considered? Let’s take a look. (more…)

Is It Time to Replace My Water Heater?

Monday, July 6th, 2015

If you were to list all the appliances in your home, it’s likely you would forget to include your water heater. It’s not because you hate your water heater, it’s just a very forgettable appliance until you don’t have the hot water you need. Because water heaters are typically located out of sight, and they are quiet and run on their own, it can be easy to forget about them. However, if you’ve had your water heater for a good long time, you may want to keep an eye out for certain signs that it may be time to replace it. What kind of signs are we referring to? Here are some of the more common ones: (more…)