A.J. Perri has proudly provided the residents of Freehold, NJ, with HVAC service for more than 50 years. The services we provide include air conditioning repair & installation, furnace repair & installation, plumbing service, service, and more. Along with our high-quality service for heating and cooling in Freehold, NJ, we also offer a wide range of products to improve the quality of life for residents. Products that we carry include air conditioners, furnaces, heat pumps, on-demand water heaters, traditional water heaters, and more.


Freehold, NJ residents have trusted A.J. Perri for their air conditioning needs for more than 50 years. Our trained and certified technicians for air conditioning repair in Freehold, NJ, don’t just sell and install air conditioning systems. 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.


Our certified heating technicians have been servicing, repairing, and installing furnaces in the Freehold area for more than 50 years. We help with those unexpected heating system breakdowns with furnace repair in Freehold, NJ. We also can help you choose a new furnace if it’s time for a replacement.


Our plumbing service in Freehold, NJ, provides fast, dependable, and professional installation, service, and repair. You can expect our plumbers to be on time, courteous, and professional. We value your time and business and our plumbers will use drop cloths and clean up after themselves when they’re done. You can always count on us when you have a plumbing issue.

Our coverage area for Freehold HVAC repair and more includes homes and business in the 07728 zip code.


How can the summer humidity affect HVAC systems in Freehold?

High levels of humidity can have a significant effect on the efficiency and performance of an HVAC system. Freehold’s average humidity of 68% in August means there’s a considerable amount of moisture in the air. This can make the air feel warmer and heavier, which means your HVAC system may need to work harder to keep the air inside your home cool and comfortable while removing that moisture.

In addition, there’s also the risk of increased condensation inside your system’s components. If the water isn’t drained out or if it doesn’t evaporate, it can cause parts to wear out faster and contribute to the growth of mold and mildew. This is why homeowners should prioritize proper maintenance and consider using a dehumidifier to keep their systems working properly even in the summer months.

Given Freehold’s cold winter weather, how can plumbing be winter-ready?

With temperatures averaging a low of 25 degrees Fahrenheit in January, winters in Freehold can be rough. Low temperatures mean there’s the risk of water freezing in your pipes and causing them to burst. To prevent severe damage to your property, homeowners must take a few preventive measures. These include insulating any pipes that may be exposed, such as those in attics or basements. Ensure your outside faucets are drained and shut off, and let indoor faucets drip a bit when temperatures are below freezing.

What steps should be taken for HVAC systems, considering Freehold’s cold winters?

Freehold experiences some extremely cold days, including the all-time low of minus 20 F recorded in 1934. Your heating system can experience a lot of wear and tear trying to keep up with these especially frosty conditions. If you want to prevent system failures or inefficient performance, you need to make sure your heating system is up to the challenge. This involves regular seasonal HVAC maintenance from experienced professionals, including cleaning and replacing the filters and checking for any malfunctioning components. You also should make sure you have proper insulation around your home to ensure your HVAC doesn’t have to work too hard. Regularly scheduled inspections also help find problems before they get worse.

How does the summer rain impact plumbing in Freehold?

Freehold experiences an average rainfall of 0.98 inches every August, and even though that doesn’t seem like much it can lead to increased groundwater levels around your home. This elevated groundwater can seep into your property if there are any cracks in your foundation or you don’t have adequate drainage.

The increased moisture can put a lot of stress on your sump pump, which you need to keep your basement or crawl space dry. This is why you should inspect yours on a regular basis to ensure they function correctly and will perform when needed. Keeping your gutters clear also is important because they direct water away from your foundation.

What is the process for Freehold residents to obtain HVAC permits?

If you have an HVAC project and have questions about permitting, you should check with the city’s Construction Department, located at One Municipal Plaza. You may need a post construction inspection to check your compliance with all local codes and permit details.

We serve the entire area, including nearby Battleground, Siloam, Stonehurst East, and more.

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