March 18th, 2019
Unlike other HVAC systems, your ductless system works year round to keep you and your family comfortable by cooling or heating your home accordingly. Of course, the last thing then that any homeowner would want to deal with is a faulty ductless system. However, the need for repairs is inevitable, so it is better to plan ahead and expect the unexpected.
A ductless system is going to require repairs from time to time, so it is important that you are aware of the signs that there is a problem. The sooner you schedule your heating repair in New Haven, CT with a professional, the better off your system will be. Holding off on repairs will only cause problems to grow worse, often leading to higher repair costs and expensive utility bills. So, below we have outlined some of the most common ductless heating repairs. Keep reading to learn more!
March 4th, 2019
Jack Frost isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and while he’s around, you need a reliable furnace to keep you warm and cozy inside your home. By now, you may have noticed some signs that suggest your furnace is in trouble, and if this is the case, it is important to schedule your repairs. Sure it may already be March, but ignoring a faulty furnace is certainly not the best option.
There are many signs that indicate your furnace is in trouble, so it is best to be aware of them. Scheduling your furnace repair in New Haven, CT as soon as possible is the best way to avoid costly repairs and sky-high heating bills. So below, we have listed some of the signs you’re dealing with a fussy furnace. Keep reading to learn more!
February 18th, 2019
It’s the middle of winter, meaning we aren’t about to stop using our furnaces any time soon. Of course, the constant use of our heating systems can get pretty costly, so it is especially important to raise our magic wands in order to boost heating efficiency. Increasing the efficiency of your furnace is a great way to cut back on spending and reduce the need for Greenwich, CT furnace repair. So, how can this be done?
They say that a magician never reveals his secrets, but today we are going to break that rule. There are numerous things that you can do at home to boost furnace efficiency, and we are going to reveal a few of them. Below, you will find our secret tips and tricks! Keep reading to learn more!
February 4th, 2019
When it comes to the temperature inside our homes, many of us tend to just ‘set it and forget it.’ Well, today we are here to tell you that setting an appropriate indoor temperature is super important for efficiency, and efficiency really does matter. One way that we can boost efficiency in our homes is by changing the way in which we interact with our HVAC systems. Being that we still have a long winter ahead of us here in Connecticut, now is a great time to start!
Simply by upgrading your thermostat, you can boost efficiency and save money this winter. Unlike a traditional thermostat, smart thermostats grant homeowners ultimate control over their heating (and cooling) systems. An efficient system means less money spent on energy bills and Norwalk, CT heater maintenance. If you aren’t yet convinced, you’re in luck. Today, we have outlined some of the many reasons why you should consider making the switch to a smart thermostat today. Keep reading below to learn more.
January 21st, 2019
The holidays might be over, but winter certainly is not. So, it is probably safe to assume that you will continue to run your furnace over the next few months. We understand that you depend heavily on your furnace to keep you warm and cozy during the winter, so the last thing that you would want is a faulty system on your hands.
The best thing you can do for your furnace is to remain proactive and schedule repairs at the first indication of a problem. But, how do you know when your system needs repair? It is important to be aware of the signs that your system is malfunctioning in order to schedule prompt services. Below, we have outlined some of the most common symptoms of a troubled furnace. Keep reading below to learn more.
January 7th, 2019
As many of you know, heating your home during our long and cold Connecticut winters can come at quite an expense. The more the temperature drops outside, the more heat you desire inside, increasing the amount of money you’ll spend on energy and fuel bills. But, what if we told you that there is a way that you could cut back on spending all while maintaining your comfort? Switching to a hybrid-heating system will allow you to do just that!
Most homeowners tend to utilize the combination of a forced-air heating system (like a furnace) and a central air conditioner for year-round comfort. However, installing a heat-pump could work just the same, as they are versatile and have the ability to switch from “cooling mode” to “heating mode.” Heat pumps are often more efficient than traditional heaters, keeping heat costs low. But, if it gets too cold, the heat pump will not work as efficiently. That is where hybrid-heating comes into play. Keep reading to learn more.
December 24th, 2018
Many homeowners are making the switch from oil to natural gas to fuel their heating systems… and for good reason! Today, natural gas is a popular fuel choice, as utilizing it is advantageous for homeowners all across Connecticut. We understand that switching from oil to gas can be a daunting task, which is why the conversion experts here at Celco Heating & Air Conditioning are here to help you with your Greenwich, CT heating services.
To learn more about natural gas, or about the conversion process, keep reading!
December 10th, 2018
If you are considering installing a new heating system in your home, consider a geothermal heating system. Celco Heating and Air Conditioning offers installation and repair services for geothermal systems in Stamford, CT. Before making any decisions for your home, you must speak with a heating expert. They can offer insight and guidance throughout the selection and installation process.
Geothermal heating isn’t for everyone. Some properties are not appropriate for geothermal installation because of space limitations. However, if you do qualify or if you are simply curious, it is important to be aware of the many advantages that geothermal heating has to offer.
November 26th, 2018
There are a lot of different ways in which you may choose to heat your home. Chances are that you’ve already gotten any necessary heating installation out of the way for the year since, well—we’re already well into the heating season! Whether you’ve just decided that your existing heater won’t cut it, or that heater made the decision for you by breaking down entirely, we’re here to help. Don’t let the weather rush you through your decision, though.
If the time is right for a heating replacement or you’re just thinking ahead to a new heating installation in the spring, then you’ll definitely want to weigh your options carefully. One that is well worth your consideration is the ductless mini split. Ductless heating in Fairfield, CT, has gotten more and more popular in recent years. If you’re not sure what the benefits of ductless heating are, then this is the post for you! We’re here to outfit your home with a quality system installed the right way.
November 12th, 2018
By eliminating the need to generate heat, for the most part. Okay, that’s not exactly a satisfactory answer. We know. But we’ve got a whole blog post to explain, so keep reading! First, let us just reiterate that the heat pump can benefit you in many ways. Only, however, when you schedule professional heat pump services with technicians that you can trust. The good news? The fact that you are reading this right now means that you’ve found them!
We excel in heat pump services in Fairfield, CT, including the installation, maintenance, and repair of these systems. A good product can take you pretty far, but that good product paired with outstanding service quality will always take you furthest. Don’t overpay to heat your home anymore, and don’t risk a subpar heat pump performance because you fail to schedule the quality services that your system needs. Not sure if a heat pump is for you? Then keep reading this blog!