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Stay Comfortable This Winter: Tips to Prepare Your Home for Winter

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Getting a head start on winter probably isn’t on your holiday list. However, taking care of a few things around the home before winter rolls around is always wise. Make the transition into winter more bearable by following these tips: Before the cold weather becomes unbearable step outside and clean your gutters. Doing so will…

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Money Down The Drain!

Leaks in American homes account for, on average, 10,000 gallons of wasted water per home every year, according to WaterSense, a division of the Environmental Protection Agency.   The DIY Network offers a helpful list of the Top 10 things homeowners should know of about plumbing leaks.  Wrap your pipes.  Pipes, especially exterior piping should be…

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Is Water Pressure Getting You Down?

When you open a faucet in your home most of us take for granted that the water will flow out.  Of course, this is really dependent upon the pressure that water is under.  Water pressure is created by water forcing its way through the distribution system to your tap. Water pressure should generally be between…

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What it Means to be NATE Certified

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A.J. Perri is proud of our tradition of excellence serving homeowners in New Jersey. We encourage our customers to check out our references. We are fortunate to be affiliated with the best organizations in the heating, cooling, and plumbing industry. These organizations work with, audit, and support our efforts to achieve 100% customer satisfaction. One…

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The Luck of the Irish Is With You!

If you’re in the market for a new high-efficiency furnace, heat pump, air conditioning system or water heater, it’s your lucky day!  The high-efficiency heating, cooling, ventilation, and water heating tax credits that expired on December 31, 2011 have been reinstated and extending through the end of 2013. The Energy Improvement and Extension Act of…

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Will Your Heating System Be Safe This Winter

October is National Fire Safety month. Your heating system, when not properly maintained, is one of the biggest fire and safety hazards in your home. In 2008, U.S. fire departments responded to 61,000 home fires that involved heating equipment, resulting in 480 deaths, 1,660 fire injuries and $1.1 billion in direct property damage. To operate…

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Help the Environment, Go Green & Save $

Going green is a popular trend these days, and by going green you are helping conserve our natural resources.  Fortunately for homeowners, the by-product of conserving natural resources is often a reduction in monthly heating and cooling bills. The home services industry (i.e. heating & cooling and plumbing) offers products on the market today that…

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Everything You Need to Know About Your Sink

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This is a go to source for fun and helpful sink facts and tips! Enjoy. What you don’t know about your sink: • In a typical home, more than 9,000 gallons of water are wasted while running the faucet waiting for hot water. • As much as 15% of your annual water heating costs can…

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