Since 1977, the residents of Middlesex County have trusted Arctic Air Conditioning with all their HVAC service needs. We specialize in residential and commercial air conditioning, heating, humidification, and indoor air quality. We strive to provide top-of-the-line equipment with unparalleled HVAC installation and service.
Our HVAC contractor services include (but are not limited to):
Free estimates on new installations and replacements
Financing for qualifying services
Preferred maintenance agreements on all products
No matter what your HVAC needs in Monroe, NJ, you can count on Arctic Air Conditioning to take care of them quickly, honestly, and within your budget! Call today at 732-455-9110.
Heating Services in Monroe, NJ
Arctic Air Conditioning has years of experience providing installation, repair and replacement services for all kinds of heating systems. We are a premier dealer of Lennox heating equipment and offer a selection of their most popular products:
At Arctic Air Conditioning, we know air conditioning—it’s in our name! It can get pretty hot and spending even one or two days without air conditioning can be pretty miserable! We provide a huge variety of residential and commercial air conditioner services, from air conditioner repair and AC installation to inspections and tune-ups!
We offer a number of high-quality, high-efficiency air conditioners from Lennox, including:
Don’t miss out on our exceptional air conditioning maintenance contracts—they make you one of our priority customers and include complete electrical checks, amp tests, and more!
Whether you’re looking for home AC repair “near me” or another air conditioning service, don’t hesitate to call us today at 732-455-9110.
Indoor Air Quality in Monroe, NJ
We understand the importance of indoor air quality at Arctic Air Conditioning—and for good reason! Did you know that indoor air quality can be worse than outdoor air quality?
Your home’s indoor air quality has little to do with how clean your house is—even if you stay tidy, you could be breathing in bacteria, viruses, dust, mold, and other airborne particles every day! That’s why we have such a huge variety of IAQ systems and services for our customers. Give us a call today if you need to install a PureAir Air Purification system, a Healthy Climate UVC Germicidal Light system, 16 Media Air Cleaner, or an Aprilaire whole-house humidifier!
Heating & Cooling FAQs
What is the average life expectancy of an HVAC system?
Many HVAC systems provide 10-15 years of effective service before major problems occur. However, if you fail to get yearly maintenance for your system, the life span could be much shorter. If your system is aging and major heating and cooling repair services are frequently needed, you might consider replacing the system instead.
The best heating solution for your home or office depends on a number of different factors; there is no single system that will always be better for every application. To identify the best option for your needs, you’ll want to consider the size of the area to be heated, whether you want to be able to heat rooms independently, whether you have space inside for a central furnace or need an external unit, and how efficient or “green” you want your system to be.
In some cases, the most effective and reliable heating system will be a combination of a heat pump and a traditional furnace, which increases your upfront costs but allows you to control costs for years to come without sacrificing top-end heating power.
Why is my furnace turning on but not working?
There are a couple of reasons your furnace might make noises to indicate it’s working, but still fail to produce adequate — or any — heat.
If the furnace is heating up properly, but heat isn’t getting anywhere in your home, then you probably have a problem with the blower that pushes the heated air around, an intake blockage preventing it from getting fresh air, or duct problems. Duct problems can be complete blockage due to damage, pests, etc., or leaks that keep hot air from making it where it belongs.
If you feel air blowing but it isn’t hot, then you probably have a problem with the furnace itself: the pilot light it out, fuel isn’t flowing, a heating element is damaged, etc. The specific problem will depend on the unit you have.
Should I repair my heat system or replace it?
As a rule of thumb, if your heating system hasn’t required repairs before and the repair in question isn’t going to cost more than a third or so of a replacement, you’re safe to stick with the unit you have. If, on the other hand, you’ve needed repeated repairs or you need massive repairs and could instead invest in a new cutting-edge unit under full warranty, that’s probably going to be the smarter move.
You should also consider whether you might want the features and improvements of a newer unit, if your heating solution is older — especially since older units can rapidly deteriorate all at once. New heating solutions are more efficient and more environmentally friendly, and they’ll keep your home more comfortable.
When buying a furnace, you will want to answer the following questions:
• Fuel Source. Do you want gas, oil, or electric heating?
• System Type. Do you want a split or packaged system?
• Blowers. Does the furnace have a variable-speed blower that will deliver premium comfort?
• Warranty. What kind of warranty does the furnace manufacturer offer?
• Energy-efficiency. What is the unit's SEER rating?
• Sizing. Is the furnace correctly sized for your home?
• Cost. What is the total cost of the furnace and installation?
Contact Arctic Air at (732) 455-9110 to ask our HVAC professionals your questions about the features and pricing you should consider when selecting a furnace for your New Jersey home.
Buying a Heat Pump: Pricing & Features to Consider
Buying a heat pump can be a cost-effective investment in comfort. Rather than buying an air conditioner and furnace, you can buy a heat pump to both heat and cool your home. When choosing a heat pump for your New Jersey home, the following are some questions to answer:
• Budget. Heat pumps are available in a wide price range. The more expensive the system, the higher the cost. Thus, ask yourself how much the system will save you over the long-term.
• Heat pump type. Heat pumps are available in air source, geothermal, and water source options. Each type has advantages/disadvantages you will want to research.
• Fuel type. Some climates require a dual fuel system to supplement heating capacity in the cold winter months. Determine whether you need a dual fuel system based on your region.
Contact Arctic Air at (732) 455-9110 to ask our HVAC professionals your questions about the features and pricing you should consider when selecting a heat pump in New Jersey.
Pricing & Features to Consider When Buying an Air Conditioner
When buying an air conditioner, the following are questions you should answer:
• Sizing. Confirm the air conditioner has sufficient capacity for the size of your home.
• Energy-efficiency. What is the air conditioner's SEER rating?
• Type. Do you want a split, window, or central air conditioning system?
• Cooling speed. How quickly will the air conditioner cool your home?
• Warranty. What warranty does the manufacturer offer on the system?
The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.