How Does a Programmable Thermostat Save Energy?
Jul. 20, 2018Programmable thermostats have the potential to save a significant amount of energy—as long as you program them correctly. Click to learn how to properly use programmable thermostats to save energy (and costs). … Read More
Can I Replace R-22 with R-410A Refrigerant in my AC?
Jun. 29, 2018The answer: No. Putting R-410A refrigerant into an AC unit that was designed to use R-22 will cause the unit to die soon after it tries to run. … Read More
Single-stage vs Two-Stage vs Variable Speed ACs: Which is Best for New Jersey Homes?
May. 16, 2018Variable-speed air conditioners provide the most comfort and highest efficiency, but they're also the most expensive—which forces some homeowners to cross this option off the list. … Read More
How Much Does It Cost to Install a Ductless AC in New Jersey?
May. 15, 2018The cost to install a ductless mini-split AC in New Jersey ranges from $4,500 to 12,000+. … Read More
What Size Central AC Do I Need for My New Jersey Home?
May. 02, 2018To determine the AC size you need, you need to have a qualified professional perform a “cooling load calculation”. … Read More
How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Home Central AC Unit Compressor in New Jersey?
Apr. 20, 2018In the New Jersey area, replacing a home Central AC Unit Compressor typically ranges from $1,500 to $2,500+. … Read More
How Much Does it Cost to Install a Home Thermostat in New Jersey?
Apr. 12, 2018The cost to install a new thermostat in New Jersey ranges from $200 to $400+. … Read More
How Often Should I Change My Furnace Filter?
Jan. 16, 2018The general answer is to check your filter every 1-3 months and change when dirty. But that’s a rule of thumb. Check our detailed guidelines to get an answer customized for your home. … Read More
MERV 8 vs MERV 13: Which Air Filter Is Best?
Nov. 07, 2017The filter that’s best really depends on what you’re trying to do: MERV 8 is best for keeping your HVAC system free of contaminants but MERV 13 is better for improving indoor air quality. … Read More
What’s the Difference Between a Combi Boiler and a Traditional Boiler?
Nov. 02, 2017A combi boiler heats water on demand while a regular/traditional boiler stores the hot water. We’ll explain more. … Read More
Why Is My Boiler Letting Out Steam?
Oct. 31, 2017If your boiler is letting out steam, it’s most likely coming from the pressure relief valve due to unsafe pressure levels (or the valve needs to be replaced). … Read More
When Should I Replace My Boiler?
Oct. 10, 2017Think you might be due for a new boiler? Here are some signs that indicate you should replace the unit ASAP. … Read More
How Much Does a Furnace Repair Cost in New Jersey?
Oct. 04, 2017Here’s the short answer: it depends. Want to know what the cost depends on? We’ll tell you… … Read More
How Often Should a Gas Furnace Be Serviced?
Sep. 27, 2017Your gas furnace should be maintained once a year to avoid a voided warranty, higher than normal heating bills and carbon monoxide poisoning. … Read More
Why Is My Boiler Making a Loud Humming Noise?
Sep. 14, 2017Not quite sure where to start investigating? Don’t worry, we’ll take a closer look at these 3 issues and show you what you can do to stop the humming. … Read More
My Hot Water Turns Cold After a Few Minutes
Sep. 11, 2017If your hot water is running out faster than normal, you likely have a bad dip tube. Here’s what that means and what you can do about it. … Read More
Should I Convert from Electric to Gas Heating?
Aug. 24, 2017Electric or gas heating? That’s the question. In this article, we’ll explain what we recommend for New Jersey homeowners, and how much it costs... … Read More
What Humidity Level Should My Home Be In the Summer?
Jul. 28, 2017In the summer, your home’s humidity level should be between 30%–45%. … Read More
What Temperature Do I Set My AC to When I Go On Vacation?
Jul. 28, 2017Planning a vacation before school starts back up again? … Read More
My AC Is Blowing, But Not Cold Air…
Jul. 10, 2017“Why is my air conditioner blowing air, but it’s not cold?” … Read More
“Why Does My Dehumidifier Stink?”
Jul. 10, 2017“Eww! What’s that gross smell coming from my dehumidifier?” … Read More
How Do I Unclog My AC’s Condensate Drain Line?
Jul. 06, 2017Clearing your AC’s condensate line is simple. Just follow these 3 steps. … Read More
What Is the Difference Between MERV 8 and MERV 11 Filters?
Jun. 26, 2017Many homeowners ask us about MERV ratings, especially when it comes to choosing between MERV 8 and MERV 11 air filters. … Read More
Why Is My Furnace Leaking Water?
Dec. 15, 2016Is water leaking at the base of your furnace? Don’t panic—we’ll help you troubleshoot this issue. … Read More
Why Is My Gas Boiler Not Heating My Water?
Nov. 18, 2016There could be multiple reasons why your gas boiler isn’t heating your water, but these are the most common... … Read More
What’s the Cost to Install a Gas Furnace in New Jersey?
Oct. 21, 2016Several variables will affect the cost of your furnace, with some being more costly than others. … Read More
What’s the Cost to Install a Central Air Conditioner in NJ?
Sep. 15, 2016So, you wanna know how much installing an air conditioner costs? … Read More
How Does Central Air Conditioning Work? A New Jersey Tech Explains
Aug. 19, 2016Wondering how your central air conditioner actually works? Click here for an in-depth, easy-to-understand explanation from a NJ tech. … Read More
Air Conditioner Not Dehumidifying Well? A New Jersey Tech Explains Why
Jul. 15, 2016Have you cranked your thermostat way down but still feel all sticky and sweaty? … Read More
“How Often Should My Air Conditioner Need a Freon Charge?” [FAQ]
Jun. 27, 2016An AC doesn’t “use up” refrigerant. So you should never need to recharge your air conditioner with more Freon—unless there’s a leak. … Read More
Why is My Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?
May. 20, 2016There are many reasons your air conditioner might be blowing hot air. … Read More
How Much Does an Air Conditioning Repair Cost in New Jersey?
May. 02, 2016Most AC repairs in New Jersey cost between $89 and $2,000 with an average cost around $500. … Read More
The Invisible & Dangerous Indoor Air Pollution Problem in Your Home
Dec. 11, 2012
The term “air pollution” probably summons up images of brown, cloudy air in dense metropolitan areas like New York and L.A. But a study done by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveals that the pollution in your home could be much worse. … Read More
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