Tinton Falls New Jersey Heating & Air Conditioning And Plumbing

Tinton Falls New Jersey Heating & Air Conditioning And Plumbing

Based right here in Tinton Falls, A.J. Perri has been serving the area for almost 52 years. Our services include air conditioning repair and installation, furnace & heating repair and installation, plumbing, and more. We also offer a wide range of products to meet the needs of the residents of Tinton Falls. Our products include air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, traditional water heaters & on-demand water heaters and more. 

Tinton Falls, NJ Air Conditioning Services

A.J. Perri air conditioning technicians don’t just sell and install air conditioners. We also look at all factors that can affect comfort in your home, including physical characteristics such as humidity and indoor air quality. We want to make sure you get the most out of your investment.

Tinton Falls Heating & Furnace Repair

Our heating and cooling company has provided furnace repair services and installation in Tinton Falls for almost 52 years now.  We can help with those unexpected heating system breakdowns. Is it time for a new furnace? We are a factory-authorized dealer of Carrier furnaces. We’re proud to offer a wide range of Carrier furnace options, and our technicians can help determine the best furnace for your home.

Tinton Falls Plumbing Company

Fast, dependable, and professional plumbing installation and service is what A.J. Perri plumbers provide to the residents of Tinton Falls.  Our plumbers will be on time and be courteous and professional. We value your time, and your business, and our plumbers will use drop cloths and clean up after themselves when they’re done. Whenever you have a plumbing issue, you can count on us to be the best plumbers in Tinton Falls, N.J.

The Importance of HVAC Services in Tinton Falls

Keeping comfortable in your home can be a challenge in Tinton Falls if you don’t have a properly functioning HVAC system. This is because the weather in the area can fluctuate quite a bit from season to season. For example, winters tend to be very cold, windy, and snowy, with temperatures averaging around 26 degrees Fahrenheit. In the summer, you typically can experience warm, humid conditions, with highs reaching the upper 90s. All of this means you need to be able to depend on your home’s heating and cooling systems to beat the heat and stave off the cold if you want to stay comfy no matter what the area’s climate does.

How Humid Weather Impacts HVAC Systems

Living where the summers are muggy means, you’ll need to run your air conditioner a bit more often than in other areas. However, the amount of humidity in the air also can affect the performance of your system in different ways. One of the most important of these is how it impacts your condensation pan. This component collects moisture that drips off your compressor coils and drains it away from the system. If yours is not sized correctly or sloped, water may overflow during especially humid weather. This excessive moisture can affect how well your system functions, leading to inefficient performance or even breakdowns.

If your system can’t do its job effectively, it can lead to even more significant problems with excess moisture in the air. If your HVAC can’t keep up with the amount of humidity in the air, you could grow mold inside your ductwork and elsewhere in your home. This can have severe ramifications for your house’s structural integrity and cause health issues for you and your family. This is why it’s critical to call our experts whenever you have HVAC problems in Tinton Falls. Our technicians can ensure your systems will function exactly as they should.

How Cold Weather Can Affect Your HVAC

On the other hand, the cold, snowy winters we experience in the area can also hinder the performance of your systems. For instance, snow and ice buildup on your exhaust ports can make the airflow less efficient, forcing your furnace to work harder to maintain a comfortable temperature inside your home. This can cause you to keep it running much longer than you should under ordinary circumstances, leading to a drastically shortened lifespan for your equipment.

If your HVAC breaks down at any point during the winter, it can have dramatic consequences beyond making the interior of your home uncomfortable. Without the ability to keep your house warm, your plumbing could be at risk of freezing. This can be disastrous because frozen pipes can burst, resulting in extensive water damage and costly repairs. Giving us a call is the best way to ensure that your system continues to work as it should, even during periods of extreme cold.

We serve the entire area, including nearby Hyde Park, Jersey Shore Outlets, Park Place II, Rose Glen, and West Park Ave.

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