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Keeping Cool: Your Guide to Air Conditioning Repair in Howell, NJ

February 28, 2024

As the temperatures rise in Howell, NJ, a reliable air conditioning system becomes essential for staying comfortable indoors. However, even the most well-maintained AC units can encounter issues over time. In this guide, we’ll explore the top signs that indicate your air conditioning system may need repair and provide insights into choosing the right repair…

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Video – Energy Saving Tip 5

September 28, 2023

Keep your windows closed day and night. This will keep your home cool and prevent your AC from using more energy. 1st Choice Heating & Air Conditioning 732-256-9149

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Ductless Mini Splits for Comfortable and Healthy Living

September 15, 2023

Your home is a place for rest and relaxation. Heating and cooling is a big part of that equation—but so is indoor air quality (IAQ). Modern homes are well-insulated—which is excellent for temperature control but not ideal for air quality. Your home can trap molecules that trigger allergies or other respiratory issues. That’s why adequate ventilation…

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Fall Indoor Air Quality

October 19, 2021
Fall Indoor Air Quality

With fall now upon us in Howell, cooler temperatures are here to stay. This transition from one season to another most definitely affects your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). And your indoor air quality directly affects your comfort in your home. 

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Video- Energy Saving Tip 6

September 23, 2021
Video- Energy Saving Tip 6

Cool your home by opening the windows at night and save on your energy bill. The outdoor breeze will keep your home feeling cool.

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How Do I Know I Have a Cracked Heat Exchanger?

January 21, 2021

Your helpful neighbor suggested the issue you are having with your gas furnace sounds like it could be due to a cracked heat exchanger. What is a heat exchanger? How can you tell if this is the issue? What should you do about it?

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Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

December 29, 2020
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Improving the indoor air quality (IAQ) at your Spring Lake home or business makes sense on so many levels. Consider your health, your comfort, and your household budget. It’s hard to imagine a more important investment than improving the air you breathe!

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Merry Christmas!

December 24, 2020

No denying that it has been an interesting year for everyone. We are grateful for our whole 1st Choice family, including all of our clients, vendors and employees. Thank you for being with us throughout and for all your continued loyalty! We couldn’t do it without you!

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Video-No-touch Appointments and Other Safety Measures

November 30, 2020
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To help slow the spread of illness, we have put in place measures to keep people safe.

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5 Reasons to Schedule a Fall Furnace Clean and Check

November 12, 2020
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Once the cooler weather hits here in Howell this fall, you are going to want the inside of your home toasty and comfortable. This means turning on your furnace.

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Video – What Is Carbon Monoxide?

February 27, 2019
co in home.

Carbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, tasteless gas. It is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon, or the incomplete burning of natural gas and other things that contain carbon. It can often be mixed with other gasses with odors. Carbon monoxide can result from the burning of any of these, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane,…

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Happy Thanksgiving

November 21, 2018
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How to Save Money on Your Air Conditioning and Energy Bill in the Summer

January 1, 1970
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How Does My Gas Furnace Work?

January 1, 1970

Gas furnaces create heat by burning natural gas. This gas is usually methane combined with other carbon based gasses. The Ignitor The process starts with the ignitor. The ignition source for older furnaces is a pilot light, newer furnaces use an electronic starter. With a pilot light, the regulator supplies a very small bit of…

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