New Jersey is no stranger to the nasty heat waves that come around every year. That’s why there’s nothing more important to TemperaturePro® than keeping customers cool with quality comfort controls. Quality comfort comes in the form of a good, efficient air conditioner.
AC units work hard all season long to keep the home cool, and in order to be at maximum capacity, AC units need to be properly installed and serviced regularly. That’s where TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey comes in.
HVAC technicians with years of experience in the industry have the know-how and full technical details of every make and model, so whether you need a quick repair, routine maintenance, or completely new system, TemperaturePro®’s AC experts are the best choice for the job. Quick, friendly service combined with our affordable prices will leave customers cool and satisfied during the summer and warm and cozy during the winter. Whether you’re in East Brunswick, Sayreville, Old Bridge or anywhere within Central New Jersey don’t call anyone other than TemperaturePro®.
AC Installation and Sales
Having improperly sized air conditioners can lead to inefficient cooling, increased wear and tear on the system, and an inflated bill. That’s three strikes, and that’s just when the unit isn’t the right size. That’s why TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey starts every project with a full load calculation, to find the perfect fit for a customer’s home. HVAC experts account for the home’s square footage, insulation, layout and load-generating appliances to determine exactly how much cooling power is needed. Techs work with customers to pick out an air conditioner that’s sized to meet those needs without wasting energy and money.
Once the HVAC technicians of TemperaturePro® have helped select the right sized system, they will work to get it running in the home as quickly as possible. Thanks to extensive experience, techs know the manufacturer’s specifications and are familiar with all the building codes. The goal of every project is to make sure the system installed meets those standards so consumers can enjoy the benefits of highly efficient cooling for years to come.
TemperaturePro® takes installation very seriously because there is nothing worse than having problems with a brand new AC unit, just because it’s not the right size. So, whether it’s a whole system for a new home or an energy-efficient upgrade for an aging unit, the best fit for the job is TemperaturePro®’s AC installation team.
Air Conditioning Repair and Maintenance
Losing any appliance is an inconvenience, but having an air conditioner shut down in the middle of a summer heat can be dangerous. So when it comes to ac repair and maintenance TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey provides 24 hour service, seven days a week to make sure consumers stay cool no matter what time it is during the heat season. Hours are flexible to work around the busy schedule of customers for non-emergency visits as well. Problems with air conditioners can be a big inconvenience, but TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey strives to make that problem go away as quickly as possible.
People need quality air conditioning all summer long, and TemperaturePro® makes sure the good people of Central New Jersey can depend on quality technicians to repair and maintain AC units when something goes wrong. Our trusted, NATE-certified air conditioning experts have the skills, expertise, and experience to repair, maintain and service all makes and models of HVAC equipment.
TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey should be the first choice when it comes to climate-control needs.
Consumers can breathe easy knowing their cooling systems will be in great hands with TemperaturePro® Central New Jersey.
Recommended Trane® Air Conditioners
We highly recommend Trane® Air Conditioning units for your residential cooling needs.
By using the table below, you can browse popular models by Ultra Efficiency, Super Efficiency,
Mid Efficiency, and Standard Efficiency Units.
Click the model names for individual specifications.
|Ultra Efficiency Units||Super Efficiency Units||Mid Efficiency Units||Standard Efficiency Units|
|Ultimate Comfort||Packed with features||High-quality cooling||Reliable performance|
Trane® Air Conditioners by main features
This table shows the various models by major air conditioner features.
Not every feature is listed. Please click the model names for individual specifications.
|ComfortLinkTM II Capability|
|Climatuff® Compressor (stages)||700||700||2||1||2||1||1||1|
|Capacity Variability %||30 - 100*||30 - 100*||70/100||100||70/100||100||100||100|
|Compressor Sound Insulator|
|Overall Sound Power Level[dB(A)]||57 - 75||57 - 75||72 - 74||69 - 74||72 - 74||71 - 74||72 - 73||71 - 75|
|Spine Fin Coil|
|High SEER Efficiency (up to)||22.00||18.00||18.00||17.00||18.00||17.00||16.00||14.75|
Frequently Asked Questions about Air Conditioning
Who invented air conditioning?
Willis Carrier, who is an American engineer and a graduate of Cornell University, is credited with inventing the first modern air conditioner. However, the idea of using evaporated liquids (water or other coolants) to cool off the space very well precedes Willis Carrier 1902 invention. His invention came to life when a publishing house in Brooklyn, New York tasked him to come up with a solution to treat humidity in the air as it had serious impact on multi-color printing. That is when the modern air conditioner was born.
Ancient history shows that ancient Egyptians and the romans experimented with ways to cool off the air. More recent history shows that Benjamin Franklin in 1758 and Michael Faraday in 1820 experimented with refrigeration properties of gases. In 1851, a Florida physician named John Gorrie developed a machine to keep yellow fever patients cool. Finally, in 1902, Willis Carrier invented the modern air conditioner. It wasn’t until 1924 that Carrier’s idea caught on for other applications such as department stores and movie theaters.
How do I determine the size of the air conditioner that I need?
Choosing the correct size of your air conditioner is an important factor that determines the operating efficiency and level of comfort in your home. An over-sized air conditioner will cycle on and off (quickly over-cool the air, shuts off too soon and starts up again). An undersized air conditioner may operate OK during cool days but will not effectively cool your entire home, when needed. On hot days, it will run continuously trying to keep up with the demand but will not succeed because it is undersized. A correctly sized air conditioner should run a full cycle ensuring your home stays cooler longer, will not cycle on and off and will not fall short of meeting the temperature demand when needed.
Factors that impacts sizing the air conditioner include:
- Total volume of the living space – not just the area.
- The area of the exposed exterior walls.
- The orientation of the home with respect to the sun.
- The condition and number of panes of windows.
- The age of the home and type of construction material.
- Rating of the various insulation barriers (walls, attic, basement, crawl space, etc.)
- Amount of duct leakage and air infiltration.
- Shading from trees or shrubs.
Why has my air conditioner stopped cooling?
Air conditioners are mechanical systems that should be maintained on a regular basis to ensure proper operation. In addition to checking gauge pressures, blower motors and other components, maintenance includes changing filters and cleaning the coils (both the outdoor condenser coil and the indoor evaporator coil). If the outdoor coil is clogged, it can cause the refrigerant copper lines to burst or even the compressor to stop functioning due to an electrical overload. If the inside coil gets clogged, the evaporation/condensation process will be impacted causing the coil to ice over. Complete icingwill stop air from flowing through the coils and will eventually stifle the coil and stop the entire cooling process.
What can I do to prevent my air conditioner from breaking down?
Preventive maintenance is key to preventing or reducing chances of an air conditioner breaking down when it is needed the most – on hot and humid summer days. Additionally, preventive maintenance improves system performance, reduces energy costs and helps to extend the service life of your system parts and equipment. Here are some of the items that a qualifiedtechnician performs during an annual maintenance visit:
- Tighten all electrical connections
- Lubricate all moving parts
- Check and inspect the condensate drain
- Check controls of the system
- Clean evaporator and condenser air conditioning coils
- Check your central air conditioner’s refrigerant level
- Clean and adjust blower components
- Check thermostat settings
Is living near the ocean harmful to air conditioners?
In short, the air in an ocean environment is salty and it is harmful to air conditioners as well asmetals, wood, etc.Salt in the air is harsh and it shortens the life of the equipment. Salt air exposure causes corrosion of the condenser coils (component of air conditioner located outside) andin the long run, turns aluminum coils into powder.
Occasional rinsing and washing of the condenser coil with fresh clean water reduces the effects of salt air corrosion. Another method that will prolong the life of the condenser coil is cleaning and applying a specialized coating. In addition, applying a lubricant to the moving parts, on a weekly basis during the summer months is also recommended.
Why does my air conditioner makes a loud noise?
The noise that is associated with older air conditioner starting up mostly comes from the compressor. Today’s air conditioners are quitter than ever. Noise could also come from several sources, here are a few:
- A fan that produces a rattling or harsh humming noise indicating a loose fan.
- A humming or grinding noise coming from a motor indicates that it needs lubrication
- Vibration from a working air conditioner can cause screws to come loose.
- Coil fins clogged with dirt and debris restricts the flow of air and can result in a noisy air conditioner.
So if you hear an unusual noise from your air conditioner, it is an indication of a malfunction somewhere. Delaying investigating the cause of the noise may further damage the unit, may result in more costly repairs down the road, and may shorten the life of the unit.As a precaution, turn off the unit and call a professional to have your unit thoroughly inspected.