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Heating And Cooling Services in Trumbull, CT

Choose Climate Partners for Heating and Cooling Solutions

At Climate Partners, our service technicians are highly skilled and trained to provide the best products and services possible to homeowners and businesses. We specialize in creating and installing advanced heating and cooling systems that provide not only comfortable indoor environments, but ones that are actually conducive to promoting good health.

Climate Partners, proudly based in Milford, CT, has been serving customers in Milford and surrounding areas in Connecticut since the early 1900's. We pride ourselves on being an industry leader in heating and cooling companies focused on serving New Haven and Fairfield Counties.

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We excel at providing premier service to all of our customers. Call us today at 203-457-8581 and we'll get started right away!

Excellence Has Been Our Hallmark for Three Generations.

Since the early 1900s, when we were first known as Casey Fuel, Climate Partners has been serving customers throughout New Haven and Fairfield counties in Connecticut. We specialize in creating and installing heating and cooling systems that provide comfortable indoor environments that are also healthy for your family. This includes upgrading and renovating parts of your property to become more energy-efficient, and potentially even lowering your bills. No matter what it is that you need, we're here to help.

We provide satisfaction guarantees with all of our work and will remove and refund any systems that do not meet your requirements or needs. Keeping our customers happy is what has made us a successful and trustworthy heating and air conditioning company in Connecticut for many years. If you have any questions, you can call us and we will promptly help solve any issue that comes up.

For heating and cooling services, ductwork, insulation, air sealing, energy or weatherization, window and door enhancements, and air conditioning treatments in Trumbull, CT or surrounding areas, contact us today at 203-457-8581.

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Customer Reviews from Trumbull
Michelle W from Trumbull, CT
5 Stars
Feb 8th, 2017
Everyone in the company that we worked with was amazing. Brian Casey has gone above and beyond from start to finish. The crew of Steve, Josue, Joe and Julio was just awesome. They were neat clean friendly and most of all they were trusting when being in my home.
Jim G from Trumbull, CT
5 Stars
Dec 27th, 2016
I really appreciate that Steve came here on Christmas eve to help solve my issue. As it ended up it wasn't the unit it was that I was out of Propane. His patience and knowledge was outstanding. Thanks again Steve!
Jim G from Trumbull, CT
5 Stars
Oct 20th, 2016
Steve was great, worked hard, made sure everything was right, explained system during and before he left. Trust worthy!
Maureen K from Trumbull, CT
5 Stars
Aug 30th, 2016
We're prompt and explained all of the options so that I would understand the scope of work!
Ken H from Trumbull, CT
0 Stars
Jun 3rd, 2015
Steve and Tom were very professional in setting up my new air conditioning system. They were very organized, considerate and did all the work in a very timely fashion and in the timeframe that was quoted to me. I would not hesistate to recommend Climate Partners to friends/family needing any heating/cooling needs.
Completed Jobs from Trumbull, CT
Ryan C
December 22, 2015
Maintenance technician cycled each thermostat to confirm that each damper opened & closed properly. After confirming that the damper for the room over the garage was not working properly, technician replaced both dampers. Many times when a damper fails, it doesn't happen quickly. It happens intermittently over time. And, many times, when one damper fails it puts undue pressure on the other damper(s) in the system which can cause them to begin intermittently failing. Therefore, if one zone damper fails we recommend replacing all dampers to ensure continued comfort without nuissance breakdowns of other dampers.
Tony J
December 18, 2015
Advised customer that the air handler should have sufficient access to be able to get in & out of the attic and service it. Recommended a contractor to help customer get attic hatch installed so that we can access air handler and provide a free estimate for replacement. Since the life expectancy of a central air system is 12-15 years, and this unit has not had maintenance in 9 years and stopped working - we recommended that he have hatch installed and Central A/C replaced in early spring (March) to take advantage of seasonal discounts.
Dan D
December 18, 2015
We set her up in a window that was convenient for her and called her 1/2 hour before arrival so she didn't have to wait home for our technician. Upon arrival our technician completed the heating maintenance; checked & tightened all electrical connections; repalced air filter; checked incoming gas pressure to ensure it was 3.5" W.C. as required; tested limit switch; tested pressure switches; and flushed condensate trap on 90% gas furnace.
Melvin M
December 16, 2015
Our office called the customer to schedule her maintenance, she did not need to call us. We made sure our technician brought a UV light bulb with him in case she needed one. Tightened all electrical connections; cleaned the flame rod; checked the operation & amperage of the hot surface ignitor (because A hot surface ignitor uses resistance just like a light bulb to glow hot in order to light the gas. It typically has a life span of 2 to 3 years depending on the usage and the conditions of the furnace). Confirmed system is operating properly.
John B
December 16, 2015
Found a pin hole leak in a copper fitting. Cut out the fitting and replaced with a new Pro Press fitting.
Estimate Request from Trumbull, CT
Rosangela S. on January 31, 2019 12:15:56pm
Need estimate for power panel upgrade, floodlights for backyard, dimmer, lamp post and kitchen lighting.
Joshua F. on November 27, 2018 1:28:26pm
Hi. I'd like to discuss air sealing my kitchen, and insulating/weatherproofing a crawlspace (that is more like a basement space than a crawl space). Thank you.
Matthew P. on July 17, 2018 9:12:01am
Good morning, I’m looking to schedule some time for an HVAC specialist to come out and look at a couple of different issues regarding our current AC and heating systems of our house. Neither are emergencies and we live in Trumbull CT. One issue is related to our central air unit. It doesn’t seem to run efficiently, so we’d like to know if we need a more powerful unit installed. The other issue is related to the heating system. We have oil heat, but cannot maintain even temperatures throughout one particular zone (3 bedrooms + 2 baths) in the winter. It will be easier to explain in person, but there are two main reasons. First, is that our kitchen has no heating source and that’s where the thermostat for the bedroom zone is, so it’s always cold causing the heat to always run. We’d like to have a duct or vent added to the kitchen if possible. The other reason is that one our children's bedroom has almost 20 feet of cast iron baseboard radiator. If the door is closed and the thermostat never turns off, it can get up to 90+ degrees and most of the night to cool down even with the windows open in the middle of winter. So we’d like to have either some of the length of the radiator removed, or converted to aluminum cover, or something else to scale back the amount of heat this room receives. Please let me know when someone is available to come out and take a look. I can be reached best via email ( or phone (203.430.0492). Thank you. Matthew Pyer
William M. on April 10, 2018 9:43:42am
Spoke with Todd this morning - this is a followup to make sure I am scheduled for 7am, Thursday April 12 — thanks
Lauren Y. on January 2, 2018 8:49:36am
My husband and I are currently looking at a home in East Haven, CT (50 Pardee Place) and there are gas lines in the street. We would like to--if we end up purchasing this home--convert to gas. We are currently under contract and expected to close at the end of February. We were wondering how much it would cost for a new gas furnace(approx 84,000 btu. We were also wondering if you could give us an estimate on a gas, tankless water heater as well. Thank you.
Chris G. on December 9, 2017 10:44:20am
fix gas fired fire place
Jessica C. on November 18, 2017 4:09:29pm
Appointment For: HVAC Service Date & Time: November 20th, 2017 at 12PM - 3PM Comments: Customer has no heat
Wei W. on November 12, 2017 8:11:35am
Appointment For: HVAC Service Date & Time: November 13th, 2017 at 8AM Comments: He states that the A/C and heat are leaking water.DD
Rocko S. on August 27, 2017 5:21:06pm
Appointment For: service call Date & Time: August 28th, 2017 at 3PM - 7PM Comments: Customer said they came out about two weeks ago for the same exact thing and there is still no hot water, would like someone to come out today for emergency service.
Silvino R. on August 22, 2017 7:11:29pm
Appointment For: service call Date & Time: August 23rd, 2017 at 3PM - 7PM Comments: Tech did a service for him two weeks ago and now he needs an urgent service because his AC unit is leaking all over the place. Mr.Rio also wanted the tech to bring the company's insurance information over with him to the emergency service call.

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922 Bridgeport Ave
Milford, CT 06460