HVAC/R Installation, Diagnosis, Repair, & Maintenance
New Jersey Air Conditioning
Call: (973) 777-2932 for AC
NJ Plumbing License No. 12211
Piotr Kamecki Master Plumber
Joseph Routis - General Manager
WHAT AIR CONDITIONING ACTUALLY IS
We at Handymen of America define Air Conditioning (AC) as the simultaneous control of all factors affecting both the physical and chemical conditions of the atmosphere within an enclosed environment such as in homes, office buildings, malls, pavilions, arenas, etc. Basically, air conditioning is utilized within any enclosed structure to make it not only hospitable but also comfortable. Air conditioning is factors that affect the air we breathe and the way air feels on our skin. Conditioning factors of the air that surrounds us in an air conditioned environment include temperature, humidity, motion, distribution, dust, bacteria, odors, and toxic gases. Air Conditioning, Aircon, or AC for short affects our health and enjoyment of daily life by providing comfort that is most suitable to us.
Air that has been properly conditioned, depending on where we live, has either been heated, cooled, humidified, dehumidified, circulated, and cleanly filtered. Air is the vehicle or conveyance used to transport heat and moisture from one point to another that affects our comfort level, thus is called air conditioning. Whether air conditioning is done in a residential home, a commercial or industrial setting, the principles of conditioning air is the same. Air is a mixture made of primarily of two gases, about 23 parts oxygen and 77 parts nitrogen by weight. Other properties of air may include carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone and neon. Carbon monoxide which is primarily caused by improperly burnt fuel is particularly dangerous as it is lethal to us and can cause death.
AIR CIRCULATION IN AN AIR CONDITIONER
Air conditioning equipment needs to be able to circulate air in sufficient volume to be effective.
1. Air conditioned air must be moving continuously to carry away the moisture and heat that is surrounding the body immediately. When this is not done, the occupants of an air conditioned room soon become uncomfortable, even though the relative humidity of this air conditioned environment as a whole is comparatively low. This is why it is so important that air conditioning equipment must be sized properly when installed. We perform air conditioning load calculations on your home, office, or business establishment by properly using ACCA recommendations for air cooling as well as for heating.
2. The air must be constantly drawn in an air conditioner and passed over a cooling device (evaporator) so that moisture is absorbed from this enclosed air environment and for the air to be condensed and moisture (water) eliminated through a drain. For heating, the reverse is done by humidifying the air with a humidifier. Either in cooling or heating, a sweet spot in humidity level must be maintained by the air conditioner to prevent mold and mildew setting in or at the other extreme, your skin drying up from lack of moisture. That is why duct design in air conditioning is so very important. At Handymen of America we design and install ductwork to properly distribute conditioned air as well as receive returned air to be conditioned again for distribution in the cycle. Duct work must be followed in accordance with ACCA Manual D to be effective.
3. Bottom line, air conditioning requires a properly designed heating and cooling system that is neither too small nor too big to condition air. Too large of a cooling unit in an air conditioner will make it cycle on and off requiring more energy to run, more wear and tear on the compressor and the rest of the air conditioning system such as the blower fan motor and other moving parts, plus it wonít be effective in de-humidification. This will also cause another undesirable side effect which is that of uncomfortable cold air and buildup of molds. Too large of a heating equipment in air conditioning system will cause improper cycling, reduced efficiency, and also accelerated wear and tear. Equipment sizing is covered in Air Conditioner Contractors of Americaís manual J.
4. Whether you are installing a new airconditioning heating/cooling unit or simply upgrading to a new one, let us expertly install one for you that is properly sized, the duct work designed to provide comfort with the lowest noise level, and a system or unit efficient enough to pay for itself quickly in fuel and other energy savings, or at the very least provide a high return on your investment in comfort and efficiency. We provide installation, maintenance service, and repair for your cooling and heating needs whether it uses electric, natural gas, propane, or fuel oil in air conditioning your home or business. Our Certification in NATE (North American Technician Excellence) ensures you the finest in HVACR.
We provide air conditioning installation, repair and service maintenance anywhere in the State of New Jersey. However, unless you have a maintenance contract with us, we can only provide emergency airconditioning, gas or oil heating, and cooling services located in these cities, towns, and counties of Northern New Jersey: Arlington, Babbitt, Bayonne, Bergen, Bergen Point, Communipaw, Croxton, East Newark, Greenville, Guttenberg, Harrison, Hoboken, Hudson Heights, Jersey City, Kearny, Marion, New Durham, North Bergen, Port Johnson, Secaucus, Union City, Weehawken, West Bergen, West New York, Ampere, Avondale, Beaufort, Belleville, Bloomfield, Brantwood, Brookdale, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Clinton, Clifton, Garfield, East Orange, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Franklin, Glen Ridge, Hutton Park, Irvington, Livingston, Llewellyn Park, Maplewood, Meadow Village, Millburn, Montclair, Montclair Heights, Morehousetown, Newark, Newark Heights, Newstead, New stead North, North Caldwell, Northfield, Nutley, Oak Island Junction, Orange, Pleasant dale, Roseland, Roseville, Saint Cloud, Short Hills, South Orange, Two Bridges, Upper Montclair, Verona, West Caldwell, West Orange, Westville, White Oak Ridge, Wyoming, Aldine, Baltusrol, Bayway, Benders Corner, Berkeley Heights, Clark, Crane Square, Cranford, Cranford Junction, Elizabeth, Newark, Essex County, Jersey City, Hudson County, Paterson, Passaic County, Elizabeth, Union County, Woodbridge, Bergen County, Ackermans Mills, Allendale, Alpine, Arcola, Bergenfield, Bogota, Carlstadt, Carlton Hill, Cherry Hill, Chestnut Ridge, Cliffside Park, Closter, Coytesville, Cragmere Park, Cresskill, Crystal Lake, Darlington, Demarest, Dumont, East Rutherford, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, Emerson, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fairlawn, Fairview, Fardale, Ferdinands Mills, Fort Lee, Franklin Lakes, Garfield, Glen Rock, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Hasbrouck Heights, Haworth, Hillsdale, Hillsdale Manor, Ho-Ho-Kus, Kings Woods, Kingsland, Leonia, Linwood, Little Ferry, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Mahwah, Masonicus, Maywood, Midland Park, Montvale, Moonachie, Morsemere, Mount Pleasant, New Bridge, New Milford, North Arlington, North Hackensack, Northvale, Norwood, Oakland, Old Tappan, Oradell Palisades Park, Paramus, Park Ridge, Passaic Junction, Pulis Mills, Radburn, Ramsey, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, Ridgewood, Ridgewood Junction, River Edge, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Rockleigh, Rutherford, Saddle Brook, Saddle River, Saint Josephs Village, Sinnickson Landing, South Hackensack, Teaneck, Tenafly, Teterboro, Undercliff Junction, Upper Montvale, Upper Saddle River, Villa Marie Claire, Waldwick, Wallington, Warren Point, West Englewood, West Mahwah, West View, Westwood, Woodcliff Lake, Wood-Ridge, Wortendyke, Wyckoff, Albion Place, Allwood, Apshawa, Athenia, Awosting, Bloomingdale, Browns, Cooper, Delawanna, Echo Lake, Erskine, Erskine Lakes, Great Notch, Haledon, Haskell, Hawthorne, Hewitt, Lake View, Lakeside, Little Falls, Macopin, Moe, Monks, Mountain View, Newfoundland, North Haledon, Oak Ridge, Packanack Lake, Passaic, Paterson, Pines Lake, Pompton, Pompton Junction, Pompton Lakes, Postville, Prospect Park, Richfield, Ringwood, Riverside, Singac, Skylands, Smiths Mills, Stonetown, Totowa, Upper Greenwood Lake, Upper Macopin, Uttertown, Wanaque, Wayne, West Milford, Elizabethport, Elmora, Fanwood, Free Acres, Garwood, Grasselli, Hillside, Kenilworth, Liberty Square, Linden, Madison Hill, Milltown, Mountainside, Murray Hill, Netherwood, New Providence, Oakwood Park, Overlook, Park Village, Perth Amboy Junction, Plainfield, Rahway, Roselle, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Springfield, Staten Island Junction, Stony Hill, Summit, Tremley, Tremley Point, Tremont Park, Union, Union Square, Union Village, Vauxhall, Westfield, Winfield, Woodland Park. We use the term air conditioner, aircon, air con, and ac interchangeably as to mean the same. NJ Oil & Gas is a dba of Handy Men of America Inc, New Jersey home improvement contractor registration No. 13VH04670800. We are a NATE certified installer and servicer of oil and gas furnaces. Let us replace your current inefficient air conditioning, oil and gas heating equipment and install a modern high efficiency air conditioner with an oil or gas furnace as an upgrade to lower your heating and electric bill for many years to come. We specialize installing high efficiency AC with gas furnace. We install high efficiency AC with oil furnace. We also convert oil furnace with AC to high efficiency propane gas furnace with AC. We courteously service your high efficiency AC with gas furnace. We install, maintain, and provide repair service on AC and heat pumps (HP). We courteously service your high efficiency AC with oil furnace. We warranty repair of high efficiency AC with gas furnace. For air conditioning installations where ducting is neither feasible nor cost effective, we install high efficiency duct-less mini split AC systems. We warranty repair of high efficiency AC with oil furnace. We expertly maintain high efficiency AC with gas furnace. We expertly maintain high efficiency AC with oil furnace. We do conversion of furnaces using fuel oil with AC to natural gas furnaces with AC. Have us convert both of your heating and cooling appliances to high efficiency heating and cooling. Having high efficiency air conditioning with heating and cooling pays for itself in energy savings. We fix high efficiency AC with gas furnace. Ductless mini split AC systems are more efficient than traditional ducted Central AC systems due to elimination of loses in duct work. We fix high efficiency AC with oil furnace. We professionally install high efficiency gas furnace with ac. We install all major brands of duct-less mini split AC systems. We install and maintain ductless mini split AC from Mitsubishi, Fujitsu Halcyon, LG Electronics, Samsung, Halcyon, Friedrich, Panasonic, Daikin, and others. We professionally install high efficiency oil furnace with ac. We provide timely service on high efficiency gas furnace with ac. Have us install and service your next air conditioner with heat pump. We cost effectively service high efficiency oil furnace with ac. We repair high efficiency furnace with ac. We repair high efficiency oil furnace with ac. We maintain high efficiency gas furnace with ac. We professionally troubleshoot problems and maintain high efficiency oil furnace with ac. We quickly fix high efficiency gas furnace with ac unlike others who may be just part swappers. We expertly fix high efficiency oil furnace with ac. Mention this internet advertisement and we will deduct 20% off the price of labor on any type of oil and gas heat service as well as cooling. Includes commercial properties and establishments as well as for residential units. We service all types of split air conditioning systems, whether commercial or residential along with oil and gas furnaces. We are EPA-608 certified on Type-2 and Type-3 air conditioning refrigerants. Type -2 Technicians maintain and service or repair air conditioning appliances that are in the medium, high, or very pressure range that is used typically in residential split AC systems. High Pressure Air Conditioning appliances are equipment that use refrigerant with a liquid phase saturation pressure between 170 psia and 355 psia at 104 degrees farenheight. This definition includes but is not limited to air conditioning appliances that use R-410A, R-409A, R-401B, R-411A, R-422, R-411B, R-502B, R-402B, R-408A, R-410A, and R-402A. Type-3 Air Conditioning Technicians service and repair commercial air conditioning systems that use low pressure appliances. This definition of low pressure air conditioning appliance is for equipment that uses refrigerant with a liquid phase saturation pressure below 45 psia at 104 degrees farenheight. It includes but is not limited to air conditioning appliances that use R-11, R-123, and R-113. NATE is a nonprofit organization that helps elevate the standard in the HVACR industry by certifying the finest. We service all types of oil burners, oil boilers, or oil furnaces no matter how old it is; this is aside from us servicing natural gas and propane gas burners, boilers, or furnaces. Call us for expert, yet affordable, oil to gas heating conversions. When you call for service a friendly technician, worker, mechanic, plumber, employee, contractor affiliate, supervisor or representative of our company comes with a smile and assess your needs. Senior citizens automatically qualify with 25% off labor on air conditioning, cooling and heating services for oil as well as gas. If you are located in Clifton, New Jersey you also qualify for the 25% discount on labor as we are garaged in Clifton. NJ Jobs, affiliation, partnerships, career, employment and business opportunities available in HVAC, home improvement, plumbing, and others. HVAC techs also needed. We are searching for oil or gas burner, boiler, furnace and/or ac-refrigeration technicians to service our customers in New Jersey, must have own tools and vehicle, NATE certified preferred.
We are trained to make a quick and efficient diagnosis of your standalone air conditioning, or air conditioning with heating combined in the most productive and cost effective way.
SUB-COOLING & SUPER HEAT IN AIR CONDITIONING EXPLAINED
So how does cooling work in an air conditioner? We try to explain how AC cooling works in a nutshell!
When a refrigerant comes out of the AC cooling unit compressor it is in vapor state (gas). Only vapor and not liquid can be compressed because liquid cannot be compressed, damage to the compressor could occur otherwise.
What this means is that the refrigerant was already in vapor state or form before it entered the cooling unitís compressor. The compressorís function then in an AC cooling unit is just to squish or pack the air together and nothing else. When a refrigerant is in vapor form, it is considered to be the above saturation state of a refrigerant.
Other times the refrigerant is in a saturated and below saturated state. Saturated is when vapor and liquid occupy the same space simultaneously in an AC cooling unit while below saturated is when it is in liquid form only. There are two types of saturation times when the refrigerant in an AC cooling unit is in a saturated state: during the condensing stage inside the cooling unitís condenser coil when heat is removed, referred to as sub-cooling; and during the evaporation stage inside the cooling unitís evaporation coil when heat is introduce to the refrigerant, to which is known as super heat.
When heat is removed from the AC cooling unitís refrigerant by the condenser coil (an electric fan that pulls outdoor air from the sides of the condenser coil and blows it through the top), the refrigerant cools and condenses to become liquid in form. And vice versa, as heat is created inside the AC cooling unitís evaporation coils (an electric fan, squirrel cage blower style, that blows indoor air through the coils) when warm room air that needs to be cooled passes through the liquid refrigerant, it causes the refrigerant to boil, thus turning it into vapor or gas (above saturation) and repeating the cycle over as it enters the compressor for it to be compressed again.
Under lower pressure, refrigerants will absorb heat and vaporize at low temperature. In this explanation, vapors are drawn off and condensed at higher pressure and temperature and then used again. As liquid refrigerant at condensing pressure and temperatures leaves the outdoor condensing coil of the AC unit through a filter/drier, it is metered into the AC cooling unitís indoor coil by either a precise opening of an orifice for a given size cooling unit or automatically adjusted by a TXV (thermal expansion valve). As the cool, low pressure, saturated refrigerant enters the tubes of the AC indoor coil; a portion of the liquid immediately vaporizes. It then continues to soak up heat and vaporizes as it goes thru the rest of the coil, cooling the indoor AC coil to about 48 degrees farenheight. What happens then is that heat continuously gets transferred to the cool fins and tubes of the AC indoor evaporator coil by the blower system of a furnace or air handler. This warming process then causes the refrigerant to boil in an AC cooling system. The heat that is removed from the re-circulated indoor air is carried off by the vapor through the suction side of refrigerant line back to the compressor.
As the vapor passes through the last tubes in the AC evaporator coil it becomes superheated; this is assurance that only dry gas in vapor form will enter the compressor. As the compressor increases the pressure of the gas, creating more heat in the process as it outputs hot, high pressure superheated gas into the AC outdoor condenser coil, hot refrigerant gas that is warmer than the outdoor air start to lose its superheat as this heat is removed by warmer air being transferred through the fins and tubes of the outdoor AC condenser coil with the help of a fan. This refrigerant now becomes saturated again, part liquid, part vapor until it gives off its heat, condensing to become into a fully liquid form. Once the vapor is liquefied, it continues to give up its heat which subcools the liquid as the cycle is repeated. Key to this is the refrigerantís boiling point which is below room temperature (about minus 62 degrees farenheight at atmospheric pressure for an R-410A type refrigerant) but can be altered through changes in pressure. A refrigerantís reaction to pressure/temperature changes can be found in its data chart.
We hope that we at Handy Men of America Inc were able to better explain air conditioner sub-cooling and super-heat. Thank you for visiting our website!
AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE
When it comes to air conditioning service maintenance it is essential that the technician is properly trained. NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certifies the finest in HVAC/R. Air conditioning equipment encompasses humidification, de-humidification, heating, cooling, and air filtration.
Aside from having a properly sized AC system, good duct work design and installation, air conditioning technicians that service these appliances must have a good understanding of the following:
1. Vapor & compression refrigeration principles in servicing AC cooling systems.
2. Effective leak testing techniques in maintaining AC heating, cooling, and ventilation.
3. Ways of removing moisture in AC cooling units during servicing & installation.
4. Proper evacuation procedures in AC cooling equipment for the sake of our planet's environment.
5. Performing critical deep vacuum operations in AC system installations & repair.
6. When adding replacement AC refrigerant from the multitude types of available refrigerants.
7. Air Conditioning System Lubricant that is refrigerant compatible when servicing.
8. AC Cooling Unit refrigerant contamination service procedures.
9. Flammability hazards in maintaining air conditioning systems of the central AC & duct-less type.
10. Familiarity of MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) of AC systems and components being serviced.
11. Sources of potential failure while servicing AC heating/cooling.
12. AC cooling unit refrigerant circuit subsystem repair and maintenance.
13. Maintenance of Superheat by the proper system charge of Air Conditioning cooling units.
14. Servicing procedures when acid is in the AC cooling unit refrigerant.
15. Maintaining the different types of filter drier in the AC cooling unit.
16. The importance of checking for corrosion in servicing air conditioning systems.
17. Air flow paths and AC air handler service maintenance.
18. Evaporator and condenser coil preventative maintenance of an AC cooling unit.
19. How to clean and treat the condensate flow path in a cooling system during maintenance.
20. How to check the indoor fan coil in an AC unit for air leaks when servicing.
21. Checking an air conditioning system blower and fan motors for free spinning operation.
22. Electrical subsystem service maintenance in an AC system.
23. Checking the contactor and points in an AC cooling systems during preventative maintenance.
24. Activation of the contactor and checking for hum and/or vibration in AC condenser units.
25. Able to service check run capacitors of an air conditioning system under load.
26. Check of the start capacitors in AC condensers during repair & routine maintenance.
27. AC Compressor service repair burnout procedures.
28. Duct less mini-split AC and Heat Pump system installation, maintenance & repair service.
29. Combined Central Air Conditioning with Gas or Oil Heat installation, maintenance & repair service.
Diagram of a Start Capacitor.
Cleaning the inside of an Evaporator Unit.
Checking for Acid content in the refrigerant.
COMPRESSOR FAILURE & BURNOUT PROCEDURES IN AC COOLING UNIT
If the electrical connections are sound and the contactor is properly closing in an air conditioning cooling unit, then the compressor should start quickly and reach the desired operating speed, even if it is under a reasonable pressure head.
Failure of the AC cooling unit compressor to start requires checking of the compressor electrical winding for open or short circuiting. If this is a single phase compressor and the windings are ok, then checking the start capacitor circuit should be done. Three phase system compressors may attempt to run backwards. The best way of checking the start capacitor should be under load conditions as this will also detect a capacitance leaking capacitor. Improperly sized run and start capacitors can burn out the compressor motor windings in an AC cooling system. In AC systems that have been cost reduced and do not have a start capacitor, using a time delay to allow the head pressure to dissipate or adding a start capacitor circuit enables the compressor to start against this head pressure.
If the compressor is indeed burnt out and the AC cooling unit does require repair work rather than replacement, the source of the cause of the burnout must first be determined and repaired. When a compressor in an AC unit burns out, highly acidic oil is formed, and this oil is not only in the compressor that failed but essentially all over the plumbing and remaining components of an air conditioner's cooling system.
The procedure for compressor replacement should consist of the following in a failed air conditioning cooling system:
1. Any refrigerant in the AC cooling system should first be recovered.
2. Cut out the following cooling components: compressor, expansion valves and filter driers.
3. Piping and system components must be thoroughly cleaned by something more effective than nitrogen, otherwise replacement of these acidic oil contaminated cooling system components is necessary.
4. If the problem with affected piping and system components of the failed AC cooling unit compressor was rectified successfully, then connect the new components, installing both a new liquid line filter drier and a new suction line filter drier.
5. Leak test, evacuate and charge the AC cooling unit with the proper type of refrigerant.
6. Allow the AC cooling unit to operate for at least fifteen minutes and test for acid.
7. If acid is detected, further rectification of the problem is required and steps four to six must be repeated until the test for acid passes.
During a compressor burnout of an AC cooling system, acids that are inorganic are formed as a result of the refrigerant decomposing due to elevated temperatures created. These acids are only slightly soluble in oil and a significant portion of it is in the vapor phase and will react quickly with the materials that the AC cooling system is made out of. It is therefore essential that these acids be properly removed. An example of this is: acid in the oil will etch the lacquer insulation from the wire of the AC cooling unit's compressor motor winding to short out electrically, necessitating another compressor motor and other replacement of affected components caused by a subsequent motor burn out.
We ensure that the job will be done right the first time. Our NATE Certification assures you the finest when it comes to Air Conditioning and HVAC/R in general.
Mention our internet web discount for New Jersey and receive 20% off labor. Senior citizens automatically receive twenty-five percent off labor.
Our License in Plumbing dictates that the plumbing side of Air Conditioning is done right and according to code. Call us for all of your air conditioning needs: (973)777-2932 & (848)702-9127.
Cost analysis of Converting from Oil to Gas with air conditioning is free. If converting fuels for heat let us help with your oil to gas conversion. Converting an oil furnace with AC to a gas furnace with AC lowers energy costs. We provide expert as well as affordable oil to gas heating conversions along with air conditioning installation.
Our Energy Efficiency certification along with certifications in Indoor Air Quality & Mold Remediation, Weatherization and EPA Lead RRP Certification is assurance of our expertise within the building envelope environment.
Our courteous heating and cooling service department can install a new high efficiency air conditioning cooling unit combined with either gas or oil furnace, or safely isolate and repair oil & gas heating and cooling issues at an affordable price.
Central AC Plumbing Repairs
AC Equipment Installation Sizing
Central Air Filtration Servicing
Variable Speed Air Handlers
AC Service Refrigerant Charging
AC Oil to Gas Furnace Conversion
AC with Fuel-less Heating
Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps
PSC Air Handler Maintenance
AC Humidity Control Installations
Central Air Vent Design & installs
AC Silver Soldering & Brazing
AC Contactor, Points Replacement
AC Refrigerant Service Evacuation
Air Conditioning Install Rebates
AC Superheat & System Charge
Air Conditioner Sub Cooling Maint.
AC Refrigerant Recovery Services
Central AC safe lead practices
Heating & Cooling Assessment
Weatherization & AC Assessment
Energy Efficiency Tech Certified
NATE Certified Installation Service
AC Warranty Service Maintenance
ACCA Central Air Vent Design
Air conditioning diagnosis & repair
AC & Heat climate technologies
Central Air Conditioning Assessment
NJ Central Air Conditioning Installation Contractor
Air Conditioning Plumbing Service & Installation
Refrigeration, freon leak detection Repair Service
HVAC Furnace & AC Plumbing and Installation
NJ HVAC cooling - Oil & Gas heating services
AC Thermal Expansion Valves Servicing
High Efficiency Air Conditioning Installation
AC System Pressure Checking & Maintenance
TXV Air Conditioner Super Heat Adjustment
High Efficiency AC Ducting & Ventilation Installed
AC Compressor Burnout Service Replacement
ACCA Manual J Air Conditioner load calculations
ACCA Air conditioner Manual D duct calculations
Air Conditioning with Electric Heat Service
We install Oil to Gas Conversions with AC
AC Condensing Units Repaired or Replaced
Air Conditioning Evaporator Replacement
Split Central Air Conditioning Service Check
Air Conditioner System Lubricants Replenished
Acid Removal in AC Cooling Unit Refrigerant
Air Conditioner Condenser Coil Maintenance
Filter Driers Service Replacement in AC units
Fan Coil Leaks in AC units Serviced & Repaired
Indoor Air Quality Assessment & Remediation
Free Oil to Gas Conversion with AC Analysis
Air Conditioning Environment Mold Remediation
AC Supply Air Problems Fixed
AC Return Air Problems Fixed
AC Cooling/heating Thermostat Replaced
Central AC Duct Design & Fabrication
Professional Air Conditioner & Heat Service
AC Emergency Service Repair - Oil & Gas Heat
Residential & Commercial AC Service Maint.
Mini Split AC Systems Installed & Maintained
Ductless AC & Heat Pump Installed & serviced
AC Condensate Pumps Service or Replaced
AC Valves & Dampers Inspected & Adjusted
Calibration of AC temperature & Safety Controls
EPA Type 2 & Type 3 AC Refrigerant Certified
EPA Safe Lead Certified Technician
Insufficient AC Cooling Corrected & Maintained
AC & HP Blower Unit Repaired & Maintained
AC Dehumidification Problems Diagnosed
AC & HP Controls & Switch Problems fixed
Complete AC & HP Inspection & Servicing
Hard Starting AC & Heat Pump Fixed
Short Cycling AC Compressor Diagnosed, Fixed
Automatic AC Duct & Zone Dampers Checked
AC Air Filtration Upgrades Installed & Serviced
Weatherization & Energy Efficiency certified
AC Return Air Ducts and Registers Installed
AC Supply Air Ducts and Registers Installed
Air Conditioner Troubleshooting & Maintenance
Here is an air conditioning unit combined with a High Efficiency Air Filter & Gas Furnace. As of May 1, 2013 only high efficiency gas furnaces will be allowed. The use of a chimney will be discontinued due to cooler exhaust pipes being vented. It uses PVC piping instead. Let our NATE Certified Tech install one for you. We also install High Efficiency ductless mini split AC.
New Jersey Air Conditioning - Licensed Plumbing - NATE Certified OIL & Gas Furnaces - Cooling & Heating Services
High Efficiency Heating & Cooling
Air Filtration - Central AC & Ductless AC
NJ Air Conditioning - Heating & Cooling
Gas Oil & Electric Heat
Air Handlers & Ducting
Indoor Air Quality Certified
Let as calculate your Central Air Conditioning and Heating needs according to ACCA Manual J Load Specifications as required to receive rebates.
NJ HIC No. 13VH04670800
Handy Men of America Inc.