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HVAC Company In New Jersey
52 Years of Experience
Heating, cooling and plumbing for New Jersey homeowners
Providing expert home comfort for 52 years. From routine maintenance to repairs, you can depend on A.J. Perri to provide quality service and skilled technicians every time. For a reliable HVAC company in New Jersey, call us today!
What People Are Saying About A.J. Perri
An Excellent Tech
The master plumber that came to my house was excellent. He explained everything that he would be doing, as well as giving us tips on how to take care of our drain and left no mess. Our new sink looks awesome.
– Karen B.
One of the best in the industry! My heat went out in the middle of a cold winter night, they had my heat up and running within 2 hours. Open 7 days a week really comes in handy for those overnight mishaps.
– Leo O.
The customer service and scheduling are very friendly and accommodating. Easy to book and reschedule an appointment.
– Emily H.
Using drain cleaner to manage clogs is dangerous and usually less effective than calling a plumber. Chemical drain cleaners have a list of toxic components, which means that you must store them properly and keep them away from children or pets. Once you pour the cleaner down the drain, you run a number of risks. These cleaners are supposed to dissolve debris and hair, but there’s a good chance they will damage your pipes as well. No one wants to replace a drain line after just a few applications. All those chemicals end up in the water supply, too. If you need an alternative, consider drain maintenance products with beneficial bacteria and enzymes that dissolve blockages naturally.
Absolutely. According to a major manufacturer of heating and cooling systems, Carrier, proper maintenance can help your unit last for years longer. On the flip side, a neglected system loses roughly 5% of its efficiency each year that it operates without upkeep. So that “green” machine that you bought to stay cool (or warm) could start to function like the most inefficient thing on the market, if you fail to perform regular maintenance.
If you’re not sure whether you should repair or replace your current system, there are three categories that can help you decide:
- Lifespan: Most HVAC equipment has a lifespan of 10 to 15 years. As you approach that first threshold, each repair should compare to the cost of replacement. With good upkeep, your system might last to the maximum. Still, it’s a good idea to ask our heating and cooling company technicians to provide a professional opinion about your equipment’s estimated lifespan and the best investment for you.
- Efficiency: Generally, manufacturers increase efficiency with each new model. The older your model gets, the worse its efficiency will be compared to the latest options, even if it’s working at peak output. Our HVAC heating and cooling service can show you how much you could save, or enjoy greater comfort, with a new, efficient system.
- The unit’s overall condition may be the biggest factor in determining your best choice. A unit with great maintenance from our heating and air conditioning company might last years longer, especially if the repair isn’t major. By comparison, a unit with lapsed maintenance and several prior breakdowns is probably better to replace. We’re happy to help you compare prices and make a decision.
If you’re still weighing out your options, contact our HVAC heating and air conditioning service for expert advice.