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Should I Get a New Heating System for My Home?

February 6, 2023

It never fails – if your heating system is going to go on the fritz, it likely will do so on the chilliest day of the year. There is nothing worse than finding out that you need a new heating system when the weather outside is at its coldest. But sometimes, replacing that old furnace… Continue Reading

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What Type of Heating System is Best for My Home?

December 15, 2022

Once the chillier weather settles in, many people start to think about the best way they can keep their homes cozy and comfortable. Having a good heating system in your home is, of course, the first step in making sure your home is nice and warm for the winter. If you have an older, outdated… Continue Reading

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Why Choose Maintenance for My Heating System?

September 26, 2022

Now that the fall season has arrived, cooler temperatures will be here before we know it. Along with the changing season, many homeowners turn their attention from cooling their homes to heating. No matter what type of heating system you have in your home, early fall is a great time to make sure it is… Continue Reading

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Should I Choose Ductless or Central Air Conditioning for My Home?

July 28, 2022

The summer months mean lazy, hazy days enjoying the outdoors, from beaches and picnics to fun summer sports. The warmer temperatures also mean that you probably enjoy cooling off in a nice, air-conditioned home after spending time outside. You might have an air conditioning system installed in your home that’s on the older side, or… Continue Reading

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How Can I Choose the Best HVAC Contractor?

March 25, 2022

When the spring season arrives, many homeowners want to make home improvements for a variety of different reasons. Often, they want their homes to be more comfortable. This can include getting new windows installed, improving the insulation in their home, or getting maintenance on their home’s air conditioning system. Spring can also be a good… Continue Reading

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How Can A Humidifier Help My Home?

May 12, 2021

5 Signs Your Home May Be Too Dry  1.      Your floorboards creak excessively. If you notice that your wood floors tend to creak loudly or making popping sounds when you walk across it, then it’s likely that your home is too dry. That’s because overly dry air can cause warping, and that can lead to… Continue Reading

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Learn About Indoor Air Quality & How You Can Improve It

March 26, 2021

Your home’s air quality has always been important. But, with more and more people working and going to school from home, the air you and your family breathe every day needs to be as fresh and healthy as possible. Many newer homes are very airtight, which can be great for energy efficiency but also means… Continue Reading

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COVID-19: A Changing Landscape, And How We’re Moving Forward

October 5, 2020

The threat of COVID-19 is still a very real part of life here in Connecticut. While we have seen the number of new cases decrease dramatically since April, it is still important for us at Degree Heating & Cooling to keep your safety top-of-mind. We will continue to provide our services using best practices in… Continue Reading

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COVID-19 Customer Statement:

April 22, 2020

Degree provides a vital role in the safety and comfort in our community and we are open and ready to meet your needs during this time of social distancing. We have the following policies in place based on Federal and State recommendations. Any Associate with signs of illness or has been in contact with anyone… Continue Reading

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How Do I Know If I Need a New Furnace?

October 30, 2018

With winter right around the corner, many people are thinking about home heating. You want to be sure your furnace is ready for the cold weather ahead. Maybe last winter, your furnace gave you some signs that it needed repair or replacement. Or maybe your furnace is getting on in years, and replacement is becoming… Continue Reading

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