Celco Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘air conditioner’

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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Why Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

Monday, June 25th, 2018

old-ACBecause it is broken down and totally incapable of cooling down your home at all? Of course this is a case in which you should replace your air conditioner. It is far from the only one, though. In truth, you really don’t ever want to wait for problems to get that bad before you go ahead and replace your AC. We understand that you don’t want to schedule this particular air conditioning service prematurely, but getting out ahead of the problem is definitely preferable.

In today’s post, we are going to explore a few different scenarios in which an air conditioning replacement is both justified and typically in your best interest. We know that replacing an air conditioner is a big expense for most homeowners, and the idea of doing so before it breaks down may seem counterintuitive. Just remember that you run the risk of discomfort and other inconveniences if you wait too long to do so,  though.

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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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How Important Is a Clean Air Filter?

Monday, June 12th, 2017

man-holding-air-filterVery! Keeping a clean air filter in your air conditioning system this summer — and in your forced air heater during the winter season — is one of the simplest ways in which you can keep that system in prime working condition. The benefits of this simple step would be difficult to overstate, yet some homeowners are still inexplicably lax when it comes to changing their air filters. We’re here to tell you why you cannot afford to overlook this vital task.

If you are thinking that you can just leave your filter changes to your AC maintenance technician during your yearly maintenance appointments, think again. Yes, your technician will change out your filter for you. However, this filter really ought to be changed anywhere from every 1-3 months. Once a year simply is not going to cut it. Keep the following information in mind, and make sure that you’re also keeping a clean air filter in your air conditioner in Westport, CT.

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