Heating your home in the winter is a no-brainer. But there are many misconceptions about the best way to keep your HVAC system operating at its peak while keeping your home comfortable and energy costs low. It's enough to make your head spin! But Levco can help separate some common myths from "just the facts."
That's right, today we are officially providing homes and businesses with heating oil delivery in Trumbull, Monroe, and Shelton, Connecticut. With our new operation located in Trumbull, we have more trucks in more places!
When the temperatures rise, the simple answer would be to blast the air conditioner and create a nice wintery environment. However, by the end of the month, you’ll notice in your bill statements that it uses a ton of energy. Here are some alternatives to cool your home without blasting the air conditioning.
There’s nothing worse than being let down by the miracle (science) of air conditioning you rely on to keep your home comfortable. We all know these things do happen – especially without regular maintenance. Not only is it important to have your condensers checked and air filters replaced, but it’s also best to know the reasons your air conditioner might not be doing its job before it stops working. This way you’ll know how to avoid the problem and when to call a professional. So, before you call in your HVAC squad, let's check the two places that could tell us why your AC is blowing hot air.
When your air conditioner isn’t functioning properly, it's hard to know when to repair or replace your air conditioning equipment, keeping in mind what's best for your wallet. Depending on the nature of the problem, you might even be able to DIY a repair and save yourself the cost of an unnecessary maintenance call. So make sure to do your research before making an investment.
Not all air conditioning systems are created equal. Each can be useful for certain situations. Thankfully, we have different types of air conditioners for different styles of homes and businesses. Read on to see what type of air conditioner might fit your needs...
Ever heard the words, "condenser" or "evaporator," during a visit from your friendly HVAC technician? You nod in agreement and smile when he says he'll get you a quote to fix it, but what does it all mean? What is this guy actually talking about? Here's the low-down...
HVAC equipment issues seem to pop up when you least expect them. And one of the most common ways a homeowner can detect a problem is by listening. A properly operating AC system is designed to run fairly quietly, with only a slight humming sound. But when a problem begins to develop, you might hear some irregular noises...
You can rely on Levco to make deliveries when appropriate and to be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for any of your home’s immediate service needs. With 24 service vans and technicians, and 13 oil trucks, we are almost always just moments from your door; which means we can get to you quicker - typically in less time than we quote over the phone.
Are you noticing it's getting hotter in your house instead of cooler? But you turned the AC on a few hours ago?! There are several components to your HVAC system and all it takes is one small issue to keep the whole thing from operating as it was designed. Before you panic, here are eight common reasons your AC is not working: