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  • Air Conditioning

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    • Is Your HVAC System on Your Spring Cleaning List?

      If spring cleaning is a tradition in your home, you soon may be shaking out rugs, putting away winter bedding and organizing your garage. Another item that surely should make your list is HVAC spring cleaning. You’ll help keep your cooling bills lower and HVAC system purring until summer’s end. Clean the Air Vents Clean away the dust and debris from the supply and return air vents in your home. ...
    • All About Air Balancing in Your House

      If you have perfectly even temperatures and airflow in the rooms of your home, consider yourself fortunate. The truth is, there are dozens of factors that affect airflow and heat gain/loss from room to room in every home, and every home is different. Finding the right balance of comfort and efficiency in your home is the goal, and that’s what air balancing is all about. Balancing Comfort and ...
    • Learn How to Understand the EnergyGuide Label

      These days, the energy efficiency of an appliance or other energy-using product is one of the top criteria that consumers consider before purchasing. Fortunately, the federal government, in a program run jointly by the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy, long ago devised the EnergyGuide label. The EnergyGuide program, along with the related Energy Star program, go a long way ...

    Boiler

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    • 3 Signs it May Be Time for a Boiler Upgrade

      The last thing you want is for your boiler to break down in the middle of a cold New Jersey winter. Fortunately, you can save yourself from the expense and inconvenience (not to mention a chilly winter) by staying on the lookout for several key signs. Your boiler may need to be replaced if: The system is old. If your boiler is more than 10 years old, it’s nearing the end of its expected lifespan. ...

    CO detectors

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    • Make Sure Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors are in Working Order

      In New Jersey, where many of us ward off the winter chill with gas furnaces and fireplaces, it’s essential to take steps to protect your family from carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide detectors can help you do this, but only if they’re working correctly. Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives While well-maintained modern fuel-burning appliances are extremely safe, on rare occasions they can ...

    Ductwork

    The latest posts for Ductwork are listed below.
    • Is Your HVAC System on Your Spring Cleaning List?

      If spring cleaning is a tradition in your home, you soon may be shaking out rugs, putting away winter bedding and organizing your garage. Another item that surely should make your list is HVAC spring cleaning. You’ll help keep your cooling bills lower and HVAC system purring until summer’s end. Clean the Air Vents Clean away the dust and debris from the supply and return air vents in your home. ...
    • Reasons Tight Ductwork Is Important

      Hidden from view and largely ignored, ductwork leakage is a common problem in many homes. Loose ducts drive up energy costs and contribute to poor indoor air quality. Unless their routinely assessed, the loose ducts in your home could be causing: Higher energy bills. When ducts leak, the air that blows through them escapes before it reaches the registers. As a consequence, rooms that the ducts ...
    • Clues That Your Ductwork is Getting Old

      Most Central New Jersey homeowners don’t pay much attention to their home’s ductwork, especially when it comes to how long it’ll last. Contrary to popular belief, HVAC ducts won’t last forever — in fact, it’s not out of the ordinary for ducts to deteriorate within 10 to 15 years of regular use. If your HVAC system is using too much energy or you can’t seem to keep your home at a comfortable ...

    Energy Efficiency

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    • Lower Energy Bills are a Gift to Yourself This Season

      This holiday season (and indeed throughout the winter), reward yourself with the gift of lower energy bills. And what better time than the high-dollar heating season to save a few bucks? Following are some time-tested energy-saving tips for your home: Let the sunshine in. Open up blinds, curtains and drapes on sunny days. Those rooms will warm up several degrees and all for free. Your furnace or ...
    • Learn How to Understand the EnergyGuide Label

      These days, the energy efficiency of an appliance or other energy-using product is one of the top criteria that consumers consider before purchasing. Fortunately, the federal government, in a program run jointly by the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy, long ago devised the EnergyGuide label. The EnergyGuide program, along with the related Energy Star program, go a long way ...
    • Solar Shades to Lower A/C Costs

      Windows enhance the aesthetic appeal of a home by providing natural light and making rooms feel larger. However, the downside to windows is they can reduce your home’s energy efficiency in summer months due to solar heat gain. Here is more about this and how solar shades can help. Solar Heat Gain Heat gain usually refers to the amount of unwanted heat entering the home during warm weather. Heat ...

    Energy Evaluations

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    • Be Ready for Unexpected Winter Power Outages

      Every winter, somewhere in the Northeast, the power goes out as big storms move through. The causes can vary, from strong winds blowing down trees onto power lines, to ice storms that weigh down the lines and break them. Regardless of the reason, homeowners need to always be vigilant and ready for the worst that Nature can deliver — including a power outage. Read on for a list of things you should ...
    • 5 HVAC Considerations When You're Purchasing a House

      When you are buying a house, you certainly don’t want to inherit someone else’s problems. You’re probably on the lookout for leaky roofs, leaky pipes, and checking the basement for signs of water damage. Before you decide on your new home, have you given any thought to the HVAC system? Read on to learn why you should. Age of Systems One of the key indicators of when an HVAC unit should be replaced ...
    • Aiming and Redirecting Vents for Greater Comfort

      It might not be your HVAC system’s fault if you feel too chilled in winter and too warm in summer. Sometimes the simplest answer to a problem is the correct one. Here is how redirecting vents could be your answer for improving comfort and saving money. Redirecting Vents Improves Efficiency Using air conditioning as an example, whenever a vent’s airflow is obstructed, you will reap fewer benefits ...

    Fans

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    • Using Ceiling Fans to Improve Cooling Efficiency

      Boosting the efficiency of your cooling system can pay off in reduced monthly costs and improved indoor comfort. A ceiling fan offers a relatively easy and low-cost way to achieve this increase in overall cooling efficiency. Using a Ceiling Fan A ceiling fan increases the circulation of the air in the room where it is used. This additional air movement has benefits that will improve cooling ...

    Furnaces

    The latest posts for Furnaces are listed below.
    • Replacing the Furnace Motor: ECM or PSC

      If you’re considering replacing your furnace in the near future, you’ve got a variety of different options you can choose from. One option that can greatly affect energy efficiency is the furnace’s blower motor. There are two main choices when it comes to furnace motor replacement: PSC or ECM. We’ll discuss the differences between the two motors and look at the benefits of each. First, a brief ...

    Heating

    The latest posts for Heating are listed below.
    • Is Your HVAC System on Your Spring Cleaning List?

      If spring cleaning is a tradition in your home, you soon may be shaking out rugs, putting away winter bedding and organizing your garage. Another item that surely should make your list is HVAC spring cleaning. You’ll help keep your cooling bills lower and HVAC system purring until summer’s end. Clean the Air Vents Clean away the dust and debris from the supply and return air vents in your home. ...
    • Upgrading Your Heating System

      Upgrading your heating system could be a matter of urgency, such as discovering a cracked heat exchanger. You may be motivated to lower your energy bills and improve your home comfort experience. Read on to learn more about these great reasons and other situations that you would benefit to upgrade this season. Repair or Upgrade? Furnace and boiler breakdowns can happen at any time regardless of a ...
    • Balancing Between Heat and Humidity

      If you feel like you’re constantly battling chapped lips and dry, itchy skin in the winter, you’re feeling the effects of dry air. Cold air naturally holds less moisture than warm air. Unfortunately, the effects of dry air don’t just stop at chapped skin. If you don’t have adequate humidity in your home, the dry air may be doing damage to your belongings and your pocketbook. The Hidden Effects of ...

    Humidity

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    • How Can Indoor Humidity Affect Your Body?

      You can see the effects of indoor humidity if you have a humidity problem: Condensation on walls and windows, musty smells, or perhaps dry, itchy skin and lots of static charge. But while humidity can certainly have a large impact on your home, you shouldn’t ignore the potential impacts on your health. Here are a few effects that dry or humid air can have upon your body. High Humidity Humid ...

    IAQ - Indoor Air Quality

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    • Is Your HVAC System on Your Spring Cleaning List?

      If spring cleaning is a tradition in your home, you soon may be shaking out rugs, putting away winter bedding and organizing your garage. Another item that surely should make your list is HVAC spring cleaning. You’ll help keep your cooling bills lower and HVAC system purring until summer’s end. Clean the Air Vents Clean away the dust and debris from the supply and return air vents in your home. ...
    • Controlling Dust All Over Your House

      Household dust can cause all sorts of problems around your home. Sniffling, sneezing and watery eyes are common side effects of people who suffer from allergies. Dust may also collect in your HVAC system and reduce heating and cooling efficiency. Moreover, how much extra house cleaning do you do all because of dust? Controlling dust is the solution to these problems, and following are some great ...
    • Deciding Between an Air Cleaner and an Air Purifier

      Indoor air pollution in the average home is often worse than outside air because pollutants become trapped — exacerbating allergies, eczema, asthma attacks, causing illness, and more. So, it’s understandable that you’re shopping for an air cleaner or air purifier to make your central New Jersey home more healthful. To decide upon the right system for your needs, it’s first necessary to acknowledge ...

    Service & Maintenance

    The latest posts for Service & Maintenance are listed below.
    • How to Prep for Severe Weather During Hurricane Season

      You can prevent some of the damage the heavy rain, strong winds, and lightning cause during hurricane season by preparing your cooling system ahead of time. Keeping the outdoor condenser as safe as possible provides a safety net for this vulnerable component of central cooling systems. Trim the trees. Remove any tree or shrub branches that hang over or near your home to reduce the danger they pose ...
    • Timeline of HVAC Replacements and Maintenance

      Just like any complex machinery, your HVAC system needs periodic maintenance. Most HVAC systems can last a long time if they’re properly cared for. In fact, furnaces last up to 20 years on average, and A/Cs last an average of 15 years. By following an HVAC maintenance timeline designed to maximize the life of your system, you can ensure that your Hamilton-area home is comfortable for many years to ...

    Zoning

    The latest posts for Zoning are listed below.
    • Zoning Systems: A Good Way to Save Energy and Money

      One of the factors that contributes to unnecessarily high energy bills is the unequal distribution of temperatures caused by the thermal characteristics of a home’s envelope. A zoning system solves many comfort problems without requiring extensive home or HVAC improvements. A traditional, un-zoned HVAC system uses one thermostat that runs the system only when the air temperature at the thermostat ...
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