We would like to take a moment and celebrate 40 years! We have and will remain a family owned business providing commercial heating and air conditioning to businesses around Connecticut. There is a lot going on at the moment but we still wanted to take this time to say Thank you! Thank you for your…

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The newest FX80 systems from Johnson Controls requires a yearly license renewal. The license allows you to keep your system up-to-date, provides security upgrades and bug removal. If you have the newest system and have a service contract with us, the license renewal will be included in your yearly service contract. Should you choose not…

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Vin Chiocchio was contacted by Gregg & Weis Architects who was working with HEART 9/11, a charitable organization made up of a team of first responders – FDNY, NYPD, PAPD and the NYC Building Trades – that bonded in the aftermath of September 11, 2001 to honor the sacrifices of brave colleagues, veterans and family members.…

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BAUSCH Advanced Technology Group has over 60 years in engineering and manufacturing. Bausch has divisions located here in the USA, Germany, Brazil, and Switzerland. They offering table top units for small batches up to high speed fully automatic production lines for Syringes, Cartridges, Vials, Bottles, Ampoules, Bags and various other containers. Cleanrooms are used in…

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Bauer Hall was a major renovation of an old house which was converted to offices for the Universities use. The home had been vacant for many years and required a complete renovation. We worked alongside RAM Building Group. Controlled Air, Inc, furnished and installed a Lennox VRF system which included 2 outdoor units, 23 indoor…

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In this major renovation we worked alongside A. PappaJohn Company, a contractor located in Norwalk, Connecticut. St. Thomas More required a complete upgrade to the parish facilities. The focus of the renovation activities have been on the installation of the infrastructure to support the numerous systems inside the building which were inefficient and obsolete. The…

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At Controlled Air, Inc., we are proud to represent YANMAR CHP and VRF in the Connecticut area. Based on YANMAR’s 30-plus year history of design and manufacturing experience in Energy Systems equipment and over 300,000 installations worldwide, we have the confidence in YANMAR’s CHP and VRF equipment, technical training and support to recommend it to…

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A change in the Tax Cuts and Job Act from 2017 can help you make upgrades to your HVAC while helping save on taxes. The tax law increases the maximum amount of assets a taxpayer can expense to $1 mil.  The law also expands the definition of section 179 property to include the following improvements…

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The West Haven Veterans Museum located on Terrace Street in West Haven was built to honor then men and women who have served our Country in time of conflict and natural disaster. The museum’s goal is to focus on patriots from Connecticut and to show they survived. They are a non-profit organization that tries to…

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The River Road project is a new construction office complex. They wanted to provide comfort, efficiency and temperature management to all office locations. It was a custom design build project in which Controlled Air, Inc. performed all calculations and engineering required. We installed a VRF system  with variable speed  compressors for heating and cooling on…

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In this video our president, Vin Chiocchio spoke at the Executive Energy Summit about energy efficient equipment, energy modeling and ways to finance upgrades . He spoke along side Elena Cahil, President of Globele and Alex Discepolo of Globele Advisors. This is the second executive energy summit held, with the information being updated based on…

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Even new high efficiency boilers need maintenance. Many would think that if you have brand new equipment that you have a few years to wait until maintenance is required. Unfortunately, that is not the case, especially with high efficiency boilers. Here is an example: Last winter we received a call for service due to no…

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