Celco Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for the ‘Heat Pumps’ Category

How Can a Heat Pump Heat My Home Efficiently?

Monday, November 12th, 2018

hello-winterBy 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!

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Heat Pump Repairs: Refrigerant Leaks

Monday, February 5th, 2018

service-timeModern HVAC systems are generally well-designed and you can count on trusted manufacturers to build them to last. There’s been plenty of time over the decades to innovate and to work kinks out of the systems. This applies to everything from the boiler to the heat pump. No mechanical system is going to function at a level of 100% reliability, though. Even the best systems fall prey to operational issues from time to time. Some of them are fairly simple fixes.

If you do use a heat pump, however, you really need to report any signs of trouble right away. Heat pumps, like central air conditioners, are reliant upon the refrigerant cycle in their operation. If you encounter a refrigerant leak in your system, then it is possible for that system to suffer serious damages when the problem is ignored or, as is often the case, simply unnoticed. In today’s post, we’ll be discussing what refrigerant does in the system, signs of refrigerant leaks, and how low refrigerant can affect your heat pump in Norwalk, CT.

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Why Your Heat Pump Needs Bi-Annual Maintenance

Monday, June 6th, 2016

It’s well-known how beneficial preventive maintenance is for climate control systems. What too many people don’t know, however, is how heat pumps differ from other climate control systems in terms of maintenance needs. You may think that you don’t need to schedule maintenance for your heat pump system this summer, especially if you’ve had it checked less than a year ago. However, that isn’t the case. Let’s take a look at why your heat pump needs bi-annual maintenance.

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The Advantages of Geothermal Cooling

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Summer is here, and you’re going to need a good air conditioning system to keep your home comfortable. There are a great many different types of air conditioning systems available on the market, one of which is geothermal cooling. Let’s take a look at geothermal cooling, and the many advantages it can offer you this summer.

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The Benefits of Ductless Heating Systems

Monday, March 7th, 2016

How’s your heating system been treating you this winter? Hopefully you haven’t had any detrimental problems. However, if you have an aging system and suspect that you may need to replace your heater soon, it’s best to look at all your options. One of these options is ductless heating.

Ductless heating systems don’t use ducts to move air throughout your home. Rather, they use individual room units to circulate the air in that particular space to heat it. Why should you consider a ductless heating system?

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Why You Need to Keep Your Heat Pump Clear of Snow

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Right now, it may seem like snow on your heat pump won’t be a problem you’ll need to deal with, but don’t be lulled into thinking that winter isn’t coming – it is. And we know as well as you do that we can get just as much snow as any other state in New England. If you use a heat pump system, it’s very important to keep your outdoor cabinet free of ice and snow. Otherwise, you may see some problems develop with your heat pump. Wondering why? We’ll explain more below.

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Benefits of a Heat Pump

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Heat pumps are one of the most popular heating and cooling systems available. They provide homeowners with efficient and comfortable heating and cooling. If you’re interested in Fairfield, CT heat pump installation just call the experts at Celco Heating and Air Conditioning. We thought it would be helpful if we put together some of the benefits of heat pumps so that our customers can be more informed when they make a decision about their new heating and AC system. If you have any questions just give us a call and we’ll be happy to talk with you.

How Heat Pumps Work

In order to be able to understand the benefits of heat pumps, you will need to understand how heat pumps work. As their name suggests, heat pumps pump heat. Heat pumps move heat from one place to another in order to keep your home either heated or cooled. In cooling mode, your heat pump moves heat from inside your home to the outside air. In heating mode, they do just the opposite: they move heat from the outside air into your home. One of the best ways to make sure that you’re able to take advantage of your heat pump is to call the Fairfield, CT heat pump installation professionals.

Benefits of Fairfield, CT Heat Pump Installation

There are huge benefits of getting Fairfield, CT heat pump installation. One of the main benefits of having a heat pump is that they are incredibly efficient—especially in heating mode. Heat pumps can heat your home without burning a fuel source. No matter what kind of heat pump you need make sure you call Celco. We’ll work with you make sure that your new heat pump is the right size and that it is installed properly.

For all your Fairfield, CT heat pump installation call the friendly professionals at Celco.

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