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

Don’t Ignore These Strange Furnace Noises!

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

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Furnaces need to function effectively and reliably during the winter season. People living in cold climates can’t even imagine living through the months of peak winter cold (December, January, February) without a fully-functional furnace on their property. 

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Why is My Furnace Blowing Cool Air?

Monday, January 20th, 2020

furnaceWinter has begun, and the temperatures have dropped considerably in states like Connecticut. In chilly mornings and nights, a working furnace feels like a true blessing with its comfy warm air. However, that entire cozy feeling can vanish into thin air if the same unit starts blowing cold air.

There are many reasons a furnace starts blowing the cold air, despite the fact that the system is switched on. This post will discuss all the possible reasons why your furnace has started freezing you out with cold air in the coldest season.

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Is My Furnace in Trouble?

Monday, October 14th, 2019

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Do you know what’s just as bad as waking up sweating with the AC not working?

It’s waking up trembling from the cold due to a dead furnace.

Winters can get quite unforgiving in Connecticut. During peak winter season, it is impossible to stay cozy inside the house without a fully working heater. If you don’t want to face the chilling inconvenience in the upcoming months, inspect your furnace and watch out for these signs to know if it is in trouble.

This pre-emptive inspection, identifying any issue and fixing it promptly with the help of expert furnace repair in Stamford, CT, will make the entire winter a convenient and hassle-free season.

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Is it Time for Furnace Repair?

Monday, 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! 

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Tricks to Magically Boost Furnace Efficiency

Monday, February 18th, 2019

curtainsIt’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! 

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Is it Time for Furnace Repairs?

Monday, 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. 

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When Are Furnace Repairs Necessary?

Monday, March 19th, 2018

furnace-wiringImagine a word in which you know for certain that your heater is always going to be there for you, no matter what. You fire it up when the temperature drops, and you shut it back down once things warm up again. Wouldn’t that be something?  Of course, aside from living in an ongoing fantasy world, you just are not going to be able to enjoy this type of reliability from any heater, your furnace included.

The fact of the matter is that your furnace is a mechanical system, and that means that you will eventually need professional furnace repairs in Fairfield, CT.  When it comes to such repairs, there is one mantra to keep in mind: the sooner, the better. If you notice trouble at the start of the heating season, you may be quick to spring into action. Maybe not so much at the end of the season—but you should be.

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Common Furnace Problems You Should Watch Out For

Monday, February 1st, 2016

As winter rolls on, the stress on heating systems across the country will continue to increase. The added wear and tear will make it much more likely for problems to develop and damage the system. Since furnace problems are largely progressive, it’s important that you be able to recognize when your furnace is having issues. The faster you can identify a problem with your furnace, the faster you can get it repaired and the more damage you can prevent. Let’s take a look at the signs that your furnace needs repairs.

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Listen for Strange Furnace Noises this Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

As winter gets into full swing, the stress on heating systems across the country is going to increase. This includes furnaces, which run the risk of developing all sorts of different problems under the strain. Heating problems get progressively worse the longer they are allowed to continue, so it’s a good idea to call for repairs as soon as you notice an issue. One of the easiest ways to tell whether or not your furnace is having an issue is to listen for strange noises coming from the system. Read on for some of the more common noises you need to listen for.

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Top 3 Common Furnace Repairs

Sunday, December 15th, 2013

Modern furnaces are built to last. Not built to last forever—that’s impossible for any machine—but still built for longer service lives with little reduction in effectiveness or efficiency. You can expect many happy and warm winters in Connecticut if you keep your furnace well-maintained…

and keep it in good repair. Because at some point, your furnace will require repairs, no matter how well you take care of it. When your furnace starts to malfunction, you should call in trained and certified experts to handle the repairs (it’s too risky and complicated for you to attempt on your own).

Celco Heating and Air Conditioning offers excellent furnace repair for Fairfield, CT: call us any time for emergency service from our NATE-certified technicians.

Here are the 3 most common furnace repairs we perform:

1. Replacing worn or burned out motors

Your furnace requires a number of different motors in order to operate. The most important ones are the motors responsible for the blower fans. Like any motor, a motor in a furnace can overheat and burn out. With enough stress, especially from dust contamination, the motor bearings will wear down and cause the motor to break. Technicians can easily replace broken motors with new ones and get the furnace back to working order.

2. Replacing cracked heat exchangers

The heat exchangers in a gas furnace are responsible for the transfer of heat from the combustion gas to the air the fans distribute through the ducts. If the heat exchangers begin to corrode (which will eventually happen over time), they may develop cracks that will allow carbon monoxide exhaust to escape—not something you want to happen. Repair technicians will swap out damaged heat exchangers for new ones.

3. Cleaning off the burner

The burner is where gas jets ignite and create hot combustion gas. If this unit gathers too much grime, it will make it difficult for the jets to draw enough oxygen to burn. Too much dirt can also make the pilot light intermittent and possibly go out entirely. Cleaning the burner requires a technician to first remove it; you don’t want to tamper with anything connected to a gas line on your own.

To help keep your furnace in good order so you can avoid future repairs or emergencies, enroll in a regular maintenance program that will give your furnace a check-up and tune-up each year before the heating season starts. Celco Heating and Air Conditioning offers a maintenance plan that includes a 15% discount on services, plus a 10% discount on duct cleaning (something you should also look into). Turn to us for your Fairfield furnace repair and maintenance needs!

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