Each of us is different in our tolerance of warmth or chill. If you’ve ever been in a doctor’s waiting room, there is often an equal number of patients waiting who are a little warm as those who wished they had brought a sweater. Our responsibility is not to be your home referee of what’s too hot or what’s too cool. Around 80 degrees seems to be accommodating most folks, but when the humidity is high, the water content in the air makes their cool air feel like it’s not cool enough. This causes us to press the DOWN button to 78. Of course, after an hour, the air-water content is removed and now comes the “It’s Cold In Here!” from someone.
Muccia Heating, Plumbing, and Air Conditioning Service is a locally based New Jersey service business provides a broad range of services to help keep your business or home cool, efficient and ventilated to deliver fresh air. We operate under NJ Master Plumber number 6383.
Air conditioners work by removing heat from the warm air in your buildings/homes and replacing it with cool air until the thermostat reaches the desired temperature. Freon provides cooling by:
HVAC units also help clean the air inside your facility by filtering the air of dust, pollen, mold spores and other allergens. Air conditioners also function as dehumidifiers as they take excess water vapor from the air and use it to help cool the unit.
Some signs are obvious, like a catastrophic failure or walking into a steaming hot home or office. Other signs, however, might be more subtle, drips from a special pan that notifies you of a potential line issue. Addressing problems early can save you hundreds or even thousands in costly repairs needed from letting it degrade further.
Not sure if your Air Conditioning system needs servicing? Give us a call. We love helping New Jersey residents keep their homes and businesses cool and comfortable for their workers and customers. We’re local, licensed, bonded and come with a proven track record of helping customers just like you stay warm during the frigid New Jersey winters, and cool during blazing New Jersey summers.
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