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HVAC Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

Do you ever dread making phone calls regarding your heating & cooling system (by the way HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning) because you don’t know the terminology? Knowing a few terms can help clear up a lot of confusion when discussing repairs or when purchasing of a new system. Below are some…

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Contributors to Poor Indoor Air Quality

There are many factors which can cause poor air quality in your home.  Some common contributors are described in the list below.  Although you may not have all of these factors occurring in your home, by addressing the ones you do, you can increase your air quality and overall home comfort. Irregular maintenance. Lack of regular…

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Maximize Your Home Comfort

Did you know that by adjusting your thermostat a few degrees when you are away from home or in bed at night can save you money in your monthly utility bills?  You can save as much as 1% on your utility bills for each degree if the setback period is eight hours long.  But there…

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Low Water Pressure Causes

Low water pressure can occur for a number of reasons.  The most common is when you have multiple plumbing fixtures running at the same time, i.e. outside hose, shower and/or dishwasher, which lowers your water pressure to each fixture.  There are other problems, however, that can cause low water pressure.  Below is a list of…

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Bathroom Water Damage Prevention Tips

Below are some easy tips to follow to help prevent water damage from occurring in your bathroom. Toilets. This is a very vulnerable water junction. Check water lines and search for leaks around the toilet seat, in the hose and under the water tank. If you detect any signs of moisture on the floor or…

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Shy Away From Closing Heating Vents

During the winter closing heating vents in the unused rooms of a home is a common practice. Many homeowners seem to believe that doing so will save them money. Although, this was a common practice used in the past, today it’s a different story. In the past the practice was used in homes because they…

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Why Should I Have My Air Ducts Cleaned?

Dirty Air Duct

With indoor air pollution being a top concern among households, it’s no wonder many are asking what they can do to clean up the air inside their homes. According to the EPA, levels of pollutants may be 2-5 times, and occasionally 100 times greater inside than outdoors. Listen to this, in a typical six-room home,…

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How HVAC equipment becomes a system

HVAC system

Every HVAC system is different. Some people have one system, some two. Some people heat their home with boilers, others furnaces. For those outside of the HVAC industry, these systems can be a mystery. You may think that only the furnace and AC unit make up your heating and cooling system, but there are actually…

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8 Tips for Conserving Water this Summer

As temperatures are rising, it’s likely your water bill is too. This is in part due to running and maintaining pools, increased showering, and watering your lawn and plants. Many people consider these additional water expenses par for the course during the summer, but they don’t have to be! There are steps you can take…

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Wife Nominates Disabled Veteran Husband for A.J.Perri Cares Donation

Stephanie Diaz of Toms River, NJ, nominated her husband Leoncio for the A.J. Perri Cares program in hopes that he would win a donation that could better their daily home life. To the Diaz family’s surprise, he was selected to win! On Tuesday, December 19, 2017 A.J. Perri’s installation team met the Diaz family at…

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