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Princeton Air Blog
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.
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.
Pennington Day was this past Saturday and it was a great success! There were many vendors present and it was a wonderful community event filled with games, a live band, shows, delicious food, and much more! Princeton Air was a part of this fantastic event and we were thrilled to see all the... Read more
On Thursday, May 11, The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce held the 2017 Independent Business Summit: Perspectives to Success at The College of New Jersey. This conference was led by Michele Siekerka, who is the President & CEO of the New Jersey Business & Industry.
Princeton Air held its quarterly meeting at Mercer County Community College on Friday, May 5th. This is the first time that this meeting has been held off site due to company growth. Princeton Air currently employs more than 55 team members and they were all in attendance.
On April 25, Einstein’s Alley Institute held a conference, “The Future of Work Part 3”, which focused on the significant changes in our workplace coming from technology, including robotics and AI, immigration and government policies.
Cold homes throughout the winter are undeniably problematic in New Jersey, and it often comes down to a lack of proper insulation and air sealing. A cold home is also an indicator that your home will be hot this summer.
With the warmer weather making a comeback, you’ve survived the cold. But will you be ready for the heat and humidity of New Jersey in the summer?