Celco Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Are You Concerned About a Loud AC?

Monday, September 17th, 2018

covering-earsIf you clicked on this link hoping to find someone telling you that there is nothing to be worried about, well, you came to the wrong place. Does an unusually loud air conditioner, or one that is making sounds you’ve never heard before, mean that you are dealing with a system on the verge of a breakdown? No, not necessarily.

But it could.

The fact of the matter is that there are a lot of different reasons as to why your air conditioner may be making odd sounds. To ensure that nothing too serious is going on, and that any problems are resolved promptly and completely, you need to work with technicians that truly excel in HVAC services in Milford, CT. Reading this means that, fortunately, you’ve found them! So contact a member of our team if you hear strange sounds of any sort, including those detailed below.

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Why Your AC Blows Warm Air

Monday, August 20th, 2018

man-on-couch-with-fanProblems with air conditioning systems can be very subtle, making them very hard to detect and allowing them to do real damage to the system over time. Today, we’re not talking about such subtle problems. Instead, we’ll be focusing on one of the most obvious problems that you can encounter with your air conditioner: an AC that is blowing warm air. The fact that the problem is obvious, though, doesn’t mean that it is simple to diagnose or resolve.

As you’ll see in the post that follows, there are actually a number of potential causes of this problem. The key to figuring out precisely why your air conditioner is blowing warm is to work with trained professionals that have experience in making such diagnoses. That is why you should turn to our team. When it comes to HVAC services in Norwalk, CT, we are the pros to call. Let us help you to get your air conditioner back on track as soon as possible.

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Call for AC Repairs If You Notice These Problems

Monday, June 11th, 2018

AC-tools-on-topImagine if you could invest in an air conditioning system that would never give you problems of any kind. Wouldn’t that be something? Of course it would, but what it is is impossible. The fact of the matter is that no matter how well-made, expertly maintained, and downright lucky an air conditioner may be, you are going to encounter problems with your system eventually. When you do, you’ll want to schedule professional air conditioning repairs as soon as possible.

Now, scheduling prompt service with our Stamford, CT air conditioning repair pros is in your best interest, but it begs the question of how you recognize the need for doing so in the first place! You don’t want to wait for a complete breakdown, obviously, but you’re not an HVAC technician that can diagnose problems, either. Well, we’ve got a few tips that will help you to realize that the time for quality AC repairs is nigh!

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Do I Have a Refrigerant Leak?

Monday, August 7th, 2017

man-with-fanThe honest answer to this question is: hopefully not. Just because you have a refrigerant leak does not mean that your air conditioner needs to be replaced entirely — typically — but it does mean that you may actually damage your system seriously simply because you do not realize that there is a leak to begin with. It is for this exact reason that you must schedule air conditioning repairs in Stamford, CT the moment that you realize that there is a leak.

In order to do that, of course, you must first learn to recognize the signs that there is a leak in your system to begin with. This is not always as simple as it sounds. While a refrigerant leak is a big problem, it is one that won’t cause your system to break down entirely immediately. The longer that it goes undetected, though, the greater the risk of serious damage to your air conditioner. We encourage you to keep the following tips in mind so that you can get out ahead of any such problems.

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Why, and How, Is My AC Leaking Water?

Monday, July 10th, 2017

question-markWarm air blowing from your air conditioner or loud sounds developing are problems that you don’t want to encounter. However, they are also the types of problems that you may expect to run into from time to time with your air conditioning system. One issue that you may be completely caught off guard by is an air conditioner that is leaking water. After all, there is no water used in the AC that should be able to leak out of the system, right?

This may be true, but it certainly does not suggest that you are seeing things. There very well could be water pooling around your indoor air conditioning unit, and it very well may be coming from the AC itself. However, it is not exactly a “leak” in the way that you’d typically think of one. Here are a few of the reasons why you may discover a leaky air conditioner in Fairfield, CT.

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Why Your AC May Blow Warm Air

Monday, May 15th, 2017

thermometer-in-the-redWhile Connecticut may not have famously hot summer weather the way that certain other areas in the country do, the temperatures can still get quite uncomfortable around here during the summer months. As much as well all look forward to shutting down our heaters for the final time at the close of each winter, we know that it is only a matter of time before we’re firing the ACs up. We also know that it gets hot enough around here for any air conditioning problems to be major points of concern.

One of the most alarming problems that homeowners may encounter with their air conditioners is a system that is blowing warm air. You don’t need to be a trained professional to realize that this means there is something wrong with your home cooling system. There is some good news here, though. The problem may not actually be as serious as it first seems. It could be, however, so diagnosing the problem accurately is very important.

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AC FAQ: Is It Time for Repairs?

Monday, April 17th, 2017

ac-topviewChances are that you are really starting to get antsy waiting for the warm, sunny days of summer to arrive. Our winters are long and cold here in Connecticut, and we had some late season snowfall that really put a damper on things this year. At least we expect this from winter, though. Spring can be even tougher because, as we’ve seen, we can never really know what to expect in terms of winter. Fortunately, it won’t be long before things finally do really start to warm up.

Of course, summer can be pretty tough to enjoy fully if your air conditioner is not functioning properly. We’d love to set you up with an AC that is guaranteed to function perfectly at all times, but this is just not a possibility here in the real world. All air conditioners are subject to occasional operational problems. Keep an eye — and an ear — out for these common warning signs, and remember to schedule your AC repairs in Fairfield, CT at the first sign of trouble.

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Why Is There Ice on My AC?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Even though we are at the hottest point of the summer, there are certain things you should definitely not be seeing from your whole home air conditioning system. One of these is ice build-up. While it may seem, initially, like it could be a normal development with your AC, it isn’t. More importantly, it is an indication that there is a problem with your air conditioner that needs to be fixed. The AC pros at Celco Heating and Air Conditioning can determine why there is ice on your air conditioner and repair it so that you can enjoy the rest of your summer in Fairfield, CT in cool, dry air.

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Do I Really Have to Change My Air Filter Every 3 Months?

Monday, May 25th, 2015

One of the most common reasons whole home air conditioners begin to operate poorly is because of a clogged, dirty air filter. One of the best ways to avoid problems that start with your dirty air filter is to change it regularly every 3 months. This may seem often to some homeowners, but staying on top of changing your air filter can help you avoid some fairly serious issues with your air conditioner. What kinds of problems are we talking about? Here are some more common ones:

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