Waking up on a cold winter morning and finding out there is no heat because your oil burner is not working can be stressful. Levco is always at your service but wants you to be prepared if you do encounter an emergency. Here are some Emergency Procedures to follow before giving us a call:
Installing an automatic setback or programmable thermostat means you don’t have to worry about remembering to turn down the heat before leaving the house or going to bed.
While the holidays ushered in family, glad tidings and lots of gifts, you may have been too busy to notice that they also heralded something else. Yup, the winter solstice snuck in just before Christmas and with it the official start of winter. Colder weather will be here for a few months, but there’s no reason to freeze or to go broke keeping your house warm. So grab a sweater or a cup of hot cocoa and curl up to learn how to lower your heating costs this winter.
October is here, which means sweater weather is in full swing! Pumpkin spice returns to our favorite coffee shops, the kids are back in school, and we're feeling those cool morning breezes through the open windows. #Finally
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.
Levco is in YOUR neighborhood, which means you've got less to worry about! With locations in Norwalk and Trumbull, we are proud to serve thousands of homeowners and businesses across Fairfield County. Located just minutes away from the Merritt Parkway and I-95, our customers are assured a quick emergency response time – no matter how severe the weather.