Princeton Air is proud to have been featured in the local and national press.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014
West Windsor, N.J. - In a glittering ballroom at the Westin Princeton on April 2, friends of Mercer County Community College greeted spring as they celebrated student success, thanked the college's many generous supporters, and raised funds through a silent auction. Proceeds from the "Spring Into Student Success!" event will provide scholarships and other critical financial support for MCCC students.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The idea of work/life balance is being adopted by businesses across the country. Workers today want a voice in what the company does and how it interacts with the community.

Friday, November 8, 2013

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce is launching a new initiative to get businesses and consumers to do business with local independent businesses — and help build the regional economy by keeping their dollars in the community.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

New rules for natural gas furnaces mean this is the last winter New Jerseyans can buy traditional non-condensing furnaces, which federal officials hope will lead to less wasted natural gas, less costly fuel bills and more efficiency.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011
On cold winter nights last year, our kitchen had the temperature of a refrigerator, and if you opened a cabinet door you got a blast of cold air. This year, it’s much different. We went “green” with a geothermal heating system. We paid about 10 percent of the value of our house to dig 300-foot holes so that we can extract the heat from the earth, and we believe that our “payback” will come in seven to ten years.
Friday, December 24, 2010

WEST WINDSOR – Sgt. 1st Class David Wessels had a lot on his mind during his third tour of duty in Iraq this year. The Army reservist, who hails from Burlington Township, was charged with planning the convoys that moved leftover military equipment out of Iraq.

Friday, October 8, 2010

With cold weather fast approaching, Sustainable Princeton and the Princeton Environmental Commission analyzed energy audits from six area homes and found that with recommended improvements, each home could realize an average savings of $1,400 on their annual energy bills.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Scott Needham heard the recession knock on the door of his family’s heating and air conditioning company during the strangely quiet summer of 2008. “July and August, we’re usually hitting on all eight cylinders — selling, servicing equipment and running around like chickens,” said Needham,

Friday, January 29, 2010
In this down economy, many HVAC contractors are finding it a challenge to find new customers and hold on to employees. In response to the economic downturn, some of those contractors are finding innovative ways to grow their businesses. Princeton Air Conditioning, Princeton, NJ is an example of just such a company. To combat a decline in sales and employee reductions, this 39-year-old company added residential home performance contracting (HPC) to its slate of services. President Scott Needham and CEO Joe Needham tell that HPC helped them transform their business, create new jobs, and grow significantly in a poor economy. In the first year of offering HPC, Princeton Air generated nearly $1.5M in new home performance sales.
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
David Sandahl, managing partner of Decision Consulting in Pennington, has been viewing the world through an economic prism since majoring in economics at Bowdoin College. For him, the severe downturn we are living through is not a surprise. “This great recession is the product of at least a decade and maybe a generation of bad public and private choices,” he says. “We have managed to distort the economy in ways it can’t sustain itself to go forward, and we are ill-prepared for the challenges of the 21st century.”