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7 Things You Should Know About Your Air Conditioner

Brand new A/C

Play a little game of air conditioner trivia. Challenge your family and friends to see who has the most air conditioner knowledge. History of the air conditioner The first modern air conditioning system was developed in 1902 by an electrical engineer named Willis Carrier. The cost of a basic window air conditioning unit in the…

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Everything You Need to Know About Your Sink


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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What it Means to be NATE Certified

North American Technician Excellence (NATE) logo

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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Bathroom Cleaning Tips

Bathroom cleaning tips

Lets face it. You’re not too thrilled about having to clean your bathroom. We get it. However, cleaning your bathroom doesn’t have to be a chore. Think of it as a fun battle between you and those lurking germs. Lets get started. Remove dirty clothes, used cups, trash, and anything that may get in your…

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Am I Spending Too Much on Heating & Cooling?

Heating and Cooling

According to Energy Star, the average household is spending more than $2,200 a year on energy bills, with nearly half of that amount going to heating and cooling costs. We all want to live in a home that is at our desired temperature, until we realize how much that desired temperature is costing us. The…

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What’s In New Jersey Drinking Water?

Drinking Water

Families everywhere are not only looking for better tasting water, but also cleaner water that will ensure their family’s good health and safety. How much do you know about the water you and your family consume daily? Probably not as much as you think. The New Jersey EPHT program working with the New Jersey Department…

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Improving the Indoor Air Quality in Your Home


As Americans we spend up to 90% of our time indoors. That’s a large amount of time indoors. What is even more surprising is that the U.S Environmental Agency says the quality of indoor air can be up to 100 times worse than the air outside. How is this the case? Polluted indoor air quality…

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

Winter Home

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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Closing off heating vents will not save you money on your heating bills.

Closing heating vents in unused rooms in your home has been a common practice in the past, but it doesn’t save you money on your heating bill. The practice dates to a much earlier time in history when homes were heated from one central location, like a fireplace. Back then it worked.  Today, however, central…

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