Princeton Air Blog

Princeton Air Quarterly Meeting
Princeton Air Conditioning (PAC) held its quarterly meeting at the Conference Center at Mercer County Community College on Friday, July 28th. The Company is constantly growing and more than 60 of PAC's team members were in attendance. A fresh breakfast buffet was served.
Mid Summer Marketing Showcase
Princeton Air was at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Mid-Summer Marketing Showcase was Tuesday, July 18. This was the eleventh annual showcase and it was held on the Green at Palmer Square in Princeton.
Condensing unit: The part of an air conditioner that lives outside and releases hot air. Compressor: Located inside the condensing unit, the compressor raises the temperature and pressure of refrigerant as it circulates through the system.
kohler generator
Summer certainly feels like it has arrived here in the Princeton, NJ area. While most New Jersey homeowners are looking forward to getting the most out of their summers and spending time outside, some are keenly aware of the fact that hurricane season will be here before we know it.
Scott Needham Disney Institute
On June 6, The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital hosted the 2017 Disney Institute: Disney’s Approach to Employment Engagement.
Princeton Air is proud to be an official YANMAR CHP (Combined Heat & Power) dealer! Princeton Air’s staff had a great 2-day certification session becoming certified on the Yanmar Combined Heat & Power system.
ductless mini split New Jersey
In less than a month, it will officially be summer. Although there will surely be many pleasant days, there will be many that are scorching hot and incredibly humid.
replace air conditioner
Summer’s almost here which means it’s time to think about whether your air conditioner is in good shape. Would some repairs bring it back to life or should you upgrade it completely?
With the heat and humidity returning to New Jersey, you need to be sure that your air conditioner can make it through the entire summer.
Imagine this: you step into the shower and turn on the water. You then wait for it to run for a few seconds and finally hop under. Surprise — it’s cold!You probably don’t have to imagine. In fact, the same situation might have happened just this morning.

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