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In the warmer seasons, your air conditioning system can cool your indoor air, but it can't adequately control the humidity that we experience in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Additionally, when it's cool outside but damp inside, your air conditioner shuts off and doesn’t provide any moisture relief.
Issues with in-home moisture
As a result, your air humidity levels are out of balance, and you experience problems such as:
- Clammy skin
- Sticky surfaces
- Musty odors
- Moist and moldy attics, crawlspaces and basements
We offer two solutions to your dehumidifying needs.
Whole house dehumidifiers
As the name suggests, these systems provide central dehumidification to your whole house. We connect the best-size unit for your home directly to your ductwork. Our systems remove the moisture from your indoor air and send properly balanced dry air back into every room in your home.
A whole house dehumidifier can run in conjunction with your air conditioning system or independently from it.
These systems are used within storage spaces, workshops, and basement entertainment areas. You may have tried or currently use a standalone bucket-based solution. Our solution, however, features heavy-duty humidity control with automatic drainage and hide-away placement so no one sees the unit or deals with its regular operation.
If you are anything less than completely satisfied, our solution comes with a 6-month money-back guarantee.
Contact us to learn more about our services and the products we recommend.
Can I get a quote over the phone?
We can give a ballpark if we have enough information, but it’s hard to determine without physically seeing the equipment.
Do you use your own installation specialists or do you hire subcontractors?
During our 45 year history, Princeton Air has invested significant time & money into being able to offer our Clients a “1-stop” purchasing experience, by employing & training the most capable technicians in the area, and being able to control all facets of the products & services our clients demand “in house”, meaning without the use of outside tradesman / professionals, often referred to as “Subcontractors”.
However, no matter how hard we have tried, the bottom line is that everyone needs some help some of the time; and rather than continue to expend resources in technical areas that can sometimes require “expert-level” know-how, we have decided to instead developed long term Strategic Alliances with well-known & reputable local industry professionals in some fields “best left to true experts”, such as: Plumbing, large-scale Spray Foam Applications, Mold / Asbestos Remediation, Oil Tank Removals, High-Voltage Electrical Modifications, Chimney Repairs & Liners, and Duct Cleaning.
And for our Clients, the best part of these relationships is that we are still able to be price-competitive; by using equipment out of our extensive inventory while simultaneously giving each partner a large volume of work, they are able to afford us a lower industry rate for their labor, so your investment ends up being the same as if we were performing all of these measures “in house”.
Nonetheless, please be assured that during projects that one of our partners are engaged in, Princeton Air is the Project Manager, and will handle most, if not all, of the scheduling, permits and paperwork; and we hold our partners to the highest of quality standards – the same standards that you would expect from Princeton Air.
We thank you for the opportunity to earn your business, and in advance for your anticipated understanding of our situation & decision. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns that you might have regarding this policy, or any other Princeton Air Standard.