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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?
Our CEO Joseph Needham was recently interviewed by IE3Media about the future of Geothermal Contracting.Princeton Air based in Princeton Junction, NJ, is a 44-year-old company that has been selling geothermal systems for more than six years.
Summer is once again in full swing here in Princeton, NJ, and many homeowners are feeling the heat more than they’d like to. Warm, sunny days are surely appreciated, but it helps to be able to escape into a cool, air conditioned home.
Ever heard of a “blower door test”? If the term is foreign to you, you’re not alone.
Your home's efficiency & comfort are only as strong as your home’s ability to separate the indoor, conditioned spaces from the outdoor temperature & elements.
If you grabbed a shovel this Summer, went into your backyard and started digging into the earth, pretty soon you would notice the temperature would get cooler, and stay that way even as you got to as deep as 400 feet down.
When it comes to cooling a home, there’s more than one route that homeowners can decide to take.