When the Carbon Monoxide Alarm Screams

March 7, 2017

WHAT IS CARBON MONOXIDE Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless and colorless gas. And it is deadly. It is formed when we burn fuels like natural gas, charcoal, wood, oil, propane or kerosene to heat our homes or cook our food or even run a car engine. It becomes particularly deadly when carbon monoxide fills…

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HVAC: What’s In a Name?

March 2, 2017

HVAC is the acronym used when we talk about the three significant components that provide temperature control to our homes and other buildings. The letters stand for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. What is an HVAC System An HVAC system for residential and commercial buildings generally involves the heating and cooling devices such as a…

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Disposable vs. Reusable Air Filters

February 22, 2017

An air filter is designed to remove solid particles of dust, soot, pollen and bacteria from the air. However, consumers are faced with a number of options for selecting which to use. One of the first steps is deciding between a reuseable (washable) air filter or a disposable one. Filters improve the indoor air quality…

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Emergency Heat Keeps it Cozy

February 7, 2017

A wonderful feature of heat pumps is that they rarely leave a customer out in the cold.  Heat pumps incorporate a supplemental or “second-stage” heating source that’s in place for emergencies and heat pump support. This is sometimes interchangeably called “auxiliary heat” or “emergency heat,” but it’s important to understand these are two different modes…

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Temp Control NJ Earns Esteemed 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award

December 15, 2016

Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Temp Control NJ has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2016. This achievement is particularly significant as Angie’s List experienced unprecedented member…

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5 Tips To Cut Your Home Heating & Utility Bill

December 9, 2016

Historically, the average high temperature for December in Central New Jersey is 43 degrees and the low is 28.  With freezing temperatures, there’s no doubt you’ll want your heat on full blast to keep your home as comfortable as possible this winter. Last winter was 35% warmer than usual, resulting in lower utility bills. However, when…

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The Three Perks of a Wifi-Thermostat

December 1, 2016

Each month when you receive your utility bill, you look for ways to decrease the monthly payment. You begin to wonder how you can turn off the heating and cooling system before you leave to save energy but also return to a comfortable home. Fortunately, in today’s age of convenience, there’s an app (and thermostat)…

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3 Ways To Prepare Your HVAC System For Cold Weather

November 4, 2016

With winter just around the corner, we wanted to share essential TIPS for making sure your HVAC system is prepared for the cold and blustery days to come. Clean or replace the filter every 90 days to make sure your HVAC system is operating as efficiently as possible. Program your thermostat to adjust to a…

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3 Ways to Stay Warm this Fall Season

June 6, 2016

Winter is just around the corner and the temperatures are not going to get much warmer from here.  It is our job to help you and your family stay comfortable through seasonal changes and these three easy-to-do maintenance tips will help you keep warm between our visits. Maintenance Tip 1: Check Filters Every 30-to-60 Days In…

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