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Princeton Air Blog
Energy Circle, one of the leading digital marketing companies in the Home Performance industry, recently conducted a roundtable discussion regarding predictions for 2016.
You might think that after 45 years in business, Princeton Air doesn’t have any “firsts” to look forward to, because most of them are already behind us. Nonetheless, the end of 2015 also brought about the end of an era here, and an all-new first that needs to be recognized.
We’ve noticed an upswing lately in geothermal energy adoption and usage by homeowners that rely on Heating Oil & Propane – not to mention many with Natural Gas service as well; but are wondering why so many New Jersey residents have yet to consider making this switch, be it to supplemen
It is estimated that the average person living in our area spends approximately 90% of their time indoors, with that number escalated further during the colder months of the year.
Caulk the windows. Weatherstrip the doors. It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean the time of year when you should do those things. I mean it’s the time of year when a lot of news stories that include this ineffective advice start appearing.
In the quest to improve home performance, many New Jersey homeowners pay close attention to any and all issues that might make themselves apparent.
Short answer: Yes!Longer, but more informative answer:
There are so many “facts” and opinions floating around the internet that contradict each other, it can be very difficult to know exactly what’s true and what’s fabricated.
It’s the middle of another hot & humid summer in central New Jersey and your 20 year old Central Air Conditioner just died, again; but instead of sinking more dollars into repairing it like you did in years past, you finally decide that it makes more sense – and cents
When you’re shopping around for a new central air conditioner, you probably spend most of your time looking at the different brands, models and options, as well as investigating the HVAC contractor options; but how often do you think about the air conditioner's cooling capacity?