Summer Electrical Safety Tips

July 16, 2024

Enjoy Outdoor Activities in Connecticut While Staying Safe Everyone looks forward to summer in New England – after all, who doesn’t love the warm temperatures and sunny days that summer brings? Hanging out by the pool, while hosting a BBQ cookout brings family and friends together for getting the most out of the hot days… 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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Seasonal Tune Ups in the Glastonbury, Wethersfield & Cromwell CT Area

October 27, 2017

When you rely on Degree Heating & Cooling to perform your HVAC systems maintenance, you’re choosing a company that’s both reliable and professional. We’ve been in the business of keeping homes comfortable for 30 years, and we want to help you with your heating and cooling systems maintenance as well. Regular HVAC maintenance can help… Continue Reading

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Three Reasons to Install Air Conditioning in Your Cromwell, CT Home with Degree

July 29, 2016

Have you been sweating through too many summers without air conditioning in your Cromwell, CT home? Or have you been dealing with an old, inefficient air conditioner that doesn’t do its job keeping you cool and zaps you in the wallet every month on your energy bills? Then maybe it’s time to consider installing new… Continue Reading

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A High Efficiency Carrier® Furnace for Your Glastonbury, CT Home is Ideal

October 1, 2015

  When the time comes to replace the furnace in your Glastonbury, CT home, you might find what’s available nowadays to be very surprising. According to the Department of Energy, most furnaces last from 15 to 30 years, and if you have an aging furnace, the chances are pretty good it isn’t exactly providing your… Continue Reading

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Why Choose a Full-Service Furnace Contractor for Your Glastonbury, CT Home?

September 30, 2015

It isn’t always easy to know how to choose the right furnace contractor for your Glastonbury, CT home. You want someone who can help you make the most of the system you already own, as well as someone who can provide you with a replacement when the time comes to get a new furnace. You… Continue Reading

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Do You Use a Boiler to Heat Your Glastonbury, CT Home? Here’s What You Should Know

September 23, 2015

Many people in the Glastonbury, CT area use boilers to heat their homes, but that doesn’t mean they understand how boilers work. While you don’t need to be an expert in your home’s boiler system, it helps to know some of the basics about your boiler, and how the right boiler contractor can help. At… Continue Reading

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How a Full-Service Contractor Can Help With Heating Your Glastonbury, CT Home

September 18, 2015

Quality Heating Services for Residents and Businesses From Licensed Experts When your looking for a full-service HVAC contractor to help you with the heating needs of your Glastonbury, CT home, it might be confusing. There are a lot of businesses out there who claim to know all about home heating, but when it comes down… Continue Reading

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When You Need HVAC Services in Connecticut, Degree Can Help

April 30, 2015

At Degree Heating & Cooling, , there’s nothing more important to us than making sure the people of Connecticut enjoy the best possible home comfort all year long, no matter what season it is. Our focus is on our customers, which is why we strive to serve such a large area of Connecticut. We want… Continue Reading

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Tips for Maximum Efficiency and Comfort in Your Home

May 16, 2013

Outside Insulation and Environment That Will Help Your Heating and Cooling Whatever the season, you want to keep your comfortable air inside the house. That means caulking and weather stripping doors and windows, around chimneys and flues, and anywhere else inside air can escape. Be sure to check for cracked or broken shingles, crumbling grout,… Continue Reading

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