Brick Heating & Air Conditioning, Plumber

A.J. Perri is the name you can trust in Brick, New Jersey. We have you covered when it comes to heating and cooling, plumbing, and more. Along with quality service, we offer a full range of products to meet the needs of the residents of Brick. Products that we carry include furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, water heaters, on-demand water heaters, and more. With a staff of nearly 200 employees and over 100 service vehicles, we have you covered!

Air Conditioning Brick, NJ

A.J. Perri is the company to call in Brick for all of your air conditioning needs. Our trained and certified air conditioning technicians not only sell and install air conditioning systems, but they also look at all of the factors that can affect the comfort in your home, including physical factors such as humidity and indoor air quality. We then follow through with maintenance to make sure you get the most out of your investment.

Heating & Furnace Repair Brick, NJ

Our certified heating technicians have been servicing, repairing, and installing furnaces in Brick and New Jersey for 52 years.  We help you deal with unexpected breakdowns. We can also help you choose a new furnace if it is time for a new system.


When you need expert plumbing service, you can count on our trained and experienced plumbers. We offer comprehensive service for your plumbing system, including fixing leaky faucets, drain clogs, new installations, and more. We know that you rely on your plumbing system for hygiene and comfort, and we aim to give you service that solves your problems and makes your life easier. We’re happy to listen to your concerns and tailor solutions to your unique needs. To learn more about how we can keep your plumbing system working effectively, contact us today!


Whether you’re burning in the summer sun or trying to stay warm in the freezing winter, Brick’s climate presents a number of challenges for you and your home. The humid subtropical climate makes the summer feel hot and humid with plenty of extremes in winter as well. Keep these factors in mind as you plan to service your HVAC and plumbing systems each year.


Summers in Brick require effective air conditioning. With an average high of 84 degrees Fahrenheit in July and 14 days per year above 90 degrees, you count on your air conditioning system to remove heat and humidity from your home. The lower the thermostat, the harder your system works to keep up. Without annual maintenance and service from our air conditioning repair company, you’re more likely to deal with an unexpected shutdown.


Once you get to winter, you can expect more than 100 days of subfreezing temperatures at night. These temperatures put your furnace through its paces. If the system struggles or fails at the wrong time, you could end up with inconsistent heating, frozen pipes, or water damage. Our heating repair company can confirm that your system works properly and protects your property during the coldest months.


Rather than taking your chances on your own, you should hire our HVAC company for professional installation, maintenance, and repair. Our technicians are available for heating and cooling repair service in every season. We can help you get the most from your investment without putting yourself or your property at risk.


What does HVAC compressor replacement cost?
The price to replace your HVAC compressor depends on the unit, age, condition, and other factors related to the service. Our HVAC contractors provide a written estimate before we start the replacement service. We can help you determine if replacing the compressor makes the best choice or if you should consider replacing your air conditioning unit.

How do I deal with persistent clogs?
If you keep noticing clogs in the same line of your plumbing, you may have an ongoing problem. Repeat clogs result from improper drain or flushing habits, root intrusion, pipe blockages, corrosion, or other issues. Our plumbers can inspect the line and determine how to provide a long-term resolution.

Why does my HVAC system smell bad?
If you smell stagnant, moldy, or other noxious odors coming from your HVAC system, you likely have a problem with the drainage system. Pooling water can cause these odors, especially if it sits for long periods of time. Our technicians can inspect the system, identify the problem, and arrange for repair service.

What should I do about low water pressure?
Low water pressure coming from your faucets indicates a leak somewhere in your water supply line, a broken pressure regulator, or issues getting water from the city water supply. Our plumbers can test your system and outline the most appropriate solutions.

We serve the entire area, including nearby Asbury Park, Brielle, Howell, and more.

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