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Princeton Air Blog
Although you might not be as familiar with them, ductless mini-splits can be a great option for your home instead of or alongside a traditional HVAC system like a furnace, boiler, or central air conditioner. These unique systems provide more of what you want and less of what you don’t.
If you’ve been surprised by cold water when you stepped under the shower or have run out of hot water just as you were rinsing your hair, it’s time to get your home’s hot water situation under control.
A high-efficiency furnace can definitely do the job, but if you’re relying on an older furnace, or if there are still areas in your home that are hard to heat, now is a good time to consider making the most of your home with a ductless mini-split.
How old is your furnace? Most furnaces can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years. But just because it’s still chugging away in your basement doesn’t mean your 15-year-old furnace is still up to the task of efficiently heating your Princeton, NJ area home.
The winter season is here, and with it will likely come fierce ice storms and blizzards. These winter storms are infamous for their ability to cause power outages here in the Princeton area. Do you know what to expect in the event of a winter storm power outage?
Princeton Air is proud to announce that it has incorporated Service Titan (the #1 field and home service management software) into its day to day business.
You’ve probably heard of mini-split heat pumps by now. You might also know that they are ultra-efficient, and offer both heating and cooling. However, the one myth that mini-splits can’t seem to shake is regarding their effectiveness in extremely cold temperatures.
The key to reducing home energy use is understanding what is consuming the most energy in your home, and then taking steps to reduce energy consumption in those areas.
Here’s a scenario that will sound all too familiar to many homeowners here in the Princeton area: Your home feels slightly chilly, so you adjust your thermostat to get the heating system running. Your furnace turns on and operates just fine, only to shut off after a few minutes. Soon after, it... Read more
Water heater operation can be a large drain on your household's energy use, consuming up to 17 percent of your total usage, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Heating water during New Jersey winters can use more energy than necessary if your heater and pipes aren’t protected from the cold... Read more