Keep Your Home Comfortable With Quality HVAC Services In Meriden CT
X-Treme Temp Heating & Cooling is your go-to HVAC service provider in Meriden, CT! We’re the experts in home comfort year-round, from AC and heating repair to ductwork and water heaters. We’ve got you covered from installation to maintenance so you can have peace of mind about your heating and air conditioning.
Read the reviews below from Meriden, CT residents to see what your neighbors say about our expertise and customer service. We can’t wait to work with you!
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Friendly and efficient service!
Laura - Meriden, CT 06450
called Monday morning looking for an appointment and got one for Thursday morning of that week. Getting both email and text message updates regarding the appointment was fantastic. The technician was on time and did great with turning the heat on in my daughters room.
Jennifer - Meriden, CT 06451
Dylan was very professional and knowledgeable and got my furnace up and running in no time and explained everything to me in great detail. Great service.
Reliable & professional
Vanessa - Meriden, CT 06450
Reliable and professional! I use extreme for my rental properties and own home. Highly recommend.
Jim - Meriden, CT 06450
Highly recommend X-Treme Temp!
Larry - Meriden, CT 06450
Robert - Meriden, CT 06450
The tech went above and beyond what was expected!
Imogene - Meriden, CT 06451
Dyllan was amazing came right in got to work and fixed everything right away and was very pleasant. Thank you so much dyllan
Awesome ! Services Always
Andrea - Meriden, CT 06450
I have been using X-treme for over 10 years . I have never had a problem and when I did They always came out right away and fixed my furnace. The staff and workers are very nice as well. Prices are very reasonable. The most of all they clean your furnace. not say they did they do it.
Juan - Meriden, CT 06451
Quality work at an affordable price.
Jennifer - Meriden, CT 06451
Could not say enough about this company and this family. Excellent local business that gets the job done right the first time that won’t break the bank. Very honest people who just want to treat you right.
Heating system maintenance
Ron - Meriden, CT 06451
The technician John was very friendly. He told me the steps he took to clean and inspect My boiler. I was happy with what he did. We also discussed future maintenance and possibly cleaning our air conditioning system in the spring of 2023.
Awesome Service Great proce!
Megan - Meriden, CT 06451
I called X-Treme for a furnace cleaning. The women in the office were very polite and I was promptly put on their schedule (even as a new client). They confirmed the appointment a day before and texted me when the tech was on his way. Andrew was my tech. He was polite, professional and extremely knowledgeable. He advised me of his findings and provided helpful suggestions no pushy sales!!!! I will absolutely be calling X-Treme again very soon for my other projects!
Eric - Meriden, CT 06450
Cleaned our furnace and water heater, patched up some holes. Did a great job!
Routine maintenance and repair
John - Meriden, CT 06450
Andrew and John performed routine maintenance on my gas heating system with A/C. Both men were very competent and clearly explained a few problems that were encountered and the possible solutions. Satisfied customer.
Fast, curtious, highly recommended!
Wayne - Meriden, CT 06451
Qiuck response, very polite!
Better Than 5 Star Rating
Phyllis - Meriden, CT 06450
In an era when customer service and workmanship is less than exemplary, the staff and owner at XTREME Temp are very professional, customer service oriented and know their work. On one particular incident last year, the day before Thanksgiving, my boiler broke. Larry came out and needed to order a part for the boiler and told me he would come as soon as the part came in and I had no doubt that he wouldn’t follow through. As soon as Monday came, I called XTREME Temp every day to check on the status of the part, the staff were very patient and friendly with me. They did everything they could to get the part sooner. As soon as the part arrived, Larry called me and came to fix my boiler. I've never had to have work redone when I've needed repairs or had yearly maintenance on my boiler and/or air conditioner. Larry and his staff have always been honest with pricing and all aspects of their repair work and maintenance of my boiler and AC. I would be remiss if I didn't say that this company is one of a kind and one of the best companies to work with. Anyone who decides to use XTREME Temp will not be disappointed and will rather be surprised at the fantastic work ethic, customer service, and workmanship. Xtreme Temp is far better than a 5 star rating. Thank you, XTREME Temp, for your many years of excellent work! I truly appreciate all of you and your hard work!
lisa - Meriden, CT 06451
Andrew is such a awsone friendly guy he did a great job fixing our ac . We had a clog and it's all fixed I would recommend xtreme for heating and ac fixes reasonable pricing to
Jeff - Meriden, CT 06450
Thorough, professional service
Richard - Meriden, CT 06450
Great Service. Prompt Response!
Lisa - Meriden, CT 06450
My furnace stopped working Sunday, I left a message for the office to call me in the morning, they called within minutes of the office opening and was able to get someone here by 10am!!! The guys were neat and knowledgeable. They had my furnace up and running and stayed to make sure all was working well and were out by 11am! Also very reasonably priced.
Mike - Meriden, CT 06450
Very helpful, guy was very friendly they show up on time …. truly recommend it
Great experience X-treme Temp Heating & Cooling.
Lisa - Meriden, CT 06450
The service rep was knowledgeable and helpful with explaining what he found and what needed to be done.
Upon arrival found the boiler has a mixing valve I had roughly 73*f water coming out of the sinks. Attempted to changed the mixing valve temp and the valve was seized. Was unable to free it up. Replaced the mixing valve. Tested and adjusted the water temp. No leaks. Water temp coming out of the sinks was 113*f.
There was no heat in the babies room, but the system heated up in all of the other rooms. There was a valve that was closed in that room. Open valve and turned the temperature up on the thermostat, the boiler turned on properly, The radiator start to heat up after opening that valve. The system is operating properly. Recommend having a annual service performed on the boiler, not sure when the last time it was done.
Upon arrival I found the unit was completely sooted up. Had to perform a maintenance. Cleaned the heat exchanger and flue pipe. Customer needs to get the chimney cleaned due to the amount of soot. Changed the nozzle and found it was clogged. Changed the strainer and filter. The strainer had some sediment on it. Started and tested. Combustion test. Adjusted the o2 levels. I had the unit running at 5.2%o2 at 24ppm. No smoke on the smoke test. The chimney has good draft. Also found the boiler pressure was at 30psi. The pressure relief valve was not dripping. Recommend replacing the pressure relief valve and the expansion tank the current tank looks to be a #30 tank. The house has 7 radiators. A #60 tank should be installed. Sent over an estimate for the repairs. Customer wanted to wait to do the repairs.
Upon arrival unit was off. Had customer turn heat on and the unit turned on. Upon inspection found that the auto feed had seized internally and was not letting additional pressure into the system. Upon arrival the unit was at 2 psi. Added pressure with the auto feed and raised it to 20 but the auto feed was still leaking by water even after filling to the correct pressure. After getting authorization we replaced the autofeed backflow combo and then purged the lines of air. Started and tested system. Had hot water coming back in the return and had no remaining air. Unit is working properly
Upon arrival customer had stated they and another company come out and said they needed to replace several parts( control boards and blower motor) to get the unit up and running. They then said the heat exchanger is bad. I inspected the heat exchanger and did indeed find several holes. Inspected the two other units as well. Both other heat exchangers are in good condition. I took pictures and showed the customer. Also found the drain pan for the evap coil is broken. The filters the other company were installing were the cheapest filters and let a lot of dirt through on to the evap coils. The coils need to be cleaned. I started the unit up and it started flashing a code for faulty pressure switch. I then found the hose port for the pressure switch was completely plugged solid. I cleared the blockage and the pressure switch worked properly. Started the heat and everything fired up with no issues. The blower motor is working properly. The unit isn’t displaying any other fault codes. The
Upon arrival I found several radiators that were cold. Upsurges the system and found that there was a lot of air. I had to replace a boiler drain for the second floor loop because the old drain wasn’t opening up. Purged both zones multiple times and went around to each radiator and purged. Everything was hot afterwards. Boiler was at 17psi.
Upon arrival saw that a coin vent on one radiator had been leaking for some time. Drained pressure from the system and removed old coin vent. Replaced with new coin vent and filled system back up with water. Went to all radiators and bled the air from them. Watched boiler satisfy hi temp and had good pressure. Both zones had hot water coming back. Found that one radiator had very poor flow because of the placement of the pipes and had trouble bleeding that radiator. Bled that radiator 4-5 times before we had hot water to that radiator. Unit is now working properly.
Performed a heating maintenance. Oil boiler. Changed the nozzle filter and strainer. Cleaned the heat exchanger and flue pipe. Inspected electrical. Started and tested. Purged the oil line. Combustion test was 2ppm at 4.9%o2. No smoke on the smoke test. Boiler at 22psi.
Brushed and vacuumed flu pipe and heat exchanger Replaced oil filter, nozzle, and strainer Checked all electrical connections and safeties Preformed combustion and smoke tests 5.4%o2 34ppm co 0 smoke Recommend getting sludge additive with the next oil delivery due to high levels of sludge at the oil filter
Upon arrival I found the unit off on reset. Reset the u it and found it was running bad. Removed the nozzle and saw that it was clogged. Replaced the nozzle. Started and tested. The o2 levels were low. I had to add more air. Combustion test was 4 ppm after adjustments. The cad cell was originally reading 3000ohms. I was able to get it down to 1600ohms. The unit is very dirty. Was able to get the unit running today. Coming back Wednesday for a cleaning.
Performed a heating maintenance. Oil boiler. Changed the nozzle, filter, and strainer. Vacuumed and brushed the heat exchanger and flue pipe. Purged the oil line. Adjusted electrodes. Inspected electrical. Started and tested. Combustion test was 3ppm at 5.4%o2. No smoke on the smoke test. Boiler is at 12psi. The returns came back hot.
Heating Service. Oil boiler. Cleaned the heat exchanger and flue pipe. Changed the nozzle filter and strainer. Inspected electrical. Adjusted electrodes. Purged the oil line. Started and tested. Adjusted the o2 settings. I had 10ppm and 5.7%o2. No smoke on the smoke tests. Applied new furnace cement to the flue pipe.
Performed heating service. Oil boiler. Changed the nozzle assembly. Changed the nozzle filter man’s strainer. Cleaned the heat exchanger and flue pipe. Purged the oil line. Purged the boiler due to air being in the pipes. Started and tested. I had a hard time keeping the ppm down. I was able to get the ppm to stay around 49. At 6.0%o2. No smoke on the smoke tests. Boiler was at 22psi. Boiler is extremely old.
Heating Repair - Brushed and vacuumed flu pipe and heat exchanger Replaced oil filter, nozzle, and strainer Checked all electrical connections and safeties Preformed combustion and smoke tests 4.8%o2 40ppm co 0 smoke
Furnace Service - Brushed and vacuumed flu pipe and heat exchanger Replaced oil filter, nozzle, and strainer Checked all electrical connections and safeties Preformed combustion and smoke tests 7.5%o2 35ppm co 0 smoke Recommend getting oil sludge additive with next oil delivery due to large amounts of sludge
HVAC Repair - The zone for the house was running with no call from the thermostat. The circulator had power from the zone panel. Removed relay and circulator stopped. Re-inserted the relay and checked the operation of the thermostat. When the relay is moved on the board, it engages the circulator and the burner. The board inside of the zone panel is bad and needs to be replaced. To replace the zone panel for the house- $375.00 plus tax (includes parts and labor)
Customer ordered the wrong gauge. Customer needs to get the correct gauge and reschedule.
Drained indirect hot water heater, removed and replaced the aquastat well. Filled water heater turn system on to make sure the aquastat works and checked for leaks. System is operating properly.
When arrived, the burner was off on reset. Reset the control and the burner did not light. Checked the oil flow and transformer, both were OK. Removed nozzle assembly to check the nozzle and the tip of the nozzle was dirty with a piece of debris stuck to the tip. Replaced the nozzle and adjusted the electrodes. Started and tested the operation of the burner. The water leak at the indirect hot water heater was coming from the aquastat well. Water was leaking through the inside of the well. The well needs to be replaced.
Upon arrival customer had stated they have been going through a lot more oil than usual. I found th primary control was malfunctioning. Replaced the primary control and tested. The burner was reading 463ohms. I did a combustion test. The boiler was running at 77-78% efficiency. I was able to adjusted the air from 4.2 to 3.3% and the efficiency went up to 80-81%. The burner ohms dropped down to 380. Performed several smoke tests and found no smoke. The system is running good with no major issues. Recommend replacing the two thermostats as there mercury based and could be part of the issue. The boiler was running at 28ppm.
Upon arrival I found the thermostat was set to 76*f and he thermostat was reading 68*f inside. Went downstairs to the boiler and found the boiler temp was 130*f. The boiler temp on the control board was set to 180*f. I slightly adjusted it and the boiler turned on and got up to 175*f. I turned the control up to 185*f and the economy all the way down. Watched the boiler get up to 180*f and turn off multiple times. The boiler would then cool off and turn back on at 160-165*f which is much better. Seems like the control board had gotten stuck. If the issues keeps happening the main control board of the boiler will have to be replaced. The inside temp went up 1*f within 10min. Customer also stated the boiler is roughly 5 years old and they have only had one maintenance. Recommend having a maintenance done.
Upon arrival I found the water heater was working but customer stated they pressed the red reset button several times. Purged the oil line and found it had a lot of air in the line. The oil tank is full so it seemed like they got a delivery recently which my have caused air to enter the oil line. The furnace is on the same oil line and has had no issues. Inspected the oil nozzle and found no issues. Combustion test was 49ppm at 7.4%o2. Burner ohms we’re 1100. No other issues found. If the system keeps getting air bound then may have to install a tiger loop or a return oil line to the tank.
Heating Repair Company Service Call - Upon arrival I found the water temp coming out of the mixing valve was round 95*f. The water temp coming out of the domestic water coil going into the mixing valve was 130-135*f when the boiler is at 180*f. The mixing valve was also set to the max temp and only had 95*f coming out. Counter would like two quotes. One for a new domestic water coil and one for an electric water heater to be installed.
Performed a heating maintenance. Oil boiler. The heat exchanger was pretty dirty. Cleaned the file pipe and heat exchanger. Changed the nozzle filter and strainer. The nozzle and strainer were very clogged. They were covered in slime. Recommend adding oil treatment to the oil tank. The electrodes are loose and unable to be tightened. I was able to temporarily get them to sit in the same spot. Need to get a price and replace the electrodes. Started and tested. Combustion test was bad at the start. It was over 400ppm. I adjusted the o2 and ended up at 8.4%o2 and 27ppm. No smoke on the smoke test.
Gas boiler PM clean trap and drain and refilled with new water cleaned interior of appliance and checked all electrical connections and safeties checked flame sensor and control settings checked intake and exhaust and performed combustion test 8.4%o2 15ppm co