New Jersey weather can be as unpredictable as the traffic…and we all know how fun NJ traffic can be! Which is why having an AC company that is local, reputable and trustworthy is so important. AC isn’t just about keeping you cool and comfortable, it’s also about your safety.
A solid AC system can help filter and improve air quality, as well as ensure electronics and other equipment or appliances don’t overheat during the hot summer months, or lock up during the next fringed Nor’easter.
Muccia HVAC services has been proudly and confidently serving the New Jersey community for years. We bring the reputation and experience you expect, couple with the professionalism and quality workmanship you deserve.
From your New Jersey homes and residences, to your offices and workspaces, our team can handle it all. Commercial, residential and everything in-between.
When it comes to AC, big or small, we do it all. From the mundane and routine, to the complex and difficult, our highly trained team of technicians can handle it. If you don’t see your specific need listed below, just give us a call to discuss. We’d love to hear from you and we’re sure we can help.
AC inspection is an important step in preventative maintenance and ensuring your AC system lasts for decades to come. Much like changing the oil and filter on your vehicle, AC inspections and routine maintenance can help keep your system running optimally for decades to come, lowering energy costs and preventing costly repairs.
Speaking of AC repairs, sometimes things break down, parts wear out or systems get over-worked right up until failure. Our technicians are experts at troubleshooting the problem, clearly explaining the issue at hand, and offering advice on the best ways to approach solving the problem.
Your heater keeps you and your family warm during the frigid winter months in New Jersey, show it some love with an annual inspection. Regularly scheduled inspections are a great way to reduce energy costs by making sure your system is running at peak performance, improve air quality with the replacement of filters, and prevent small issues from needing costly repairs down the road.
Heaters, like any system in your home, can break down. But if it does, we’re here to help. Our team is on call and can take emergency jobs on short notice to prevent frozen/broken pipes and to keep your family warm. We’re fast, efficient and can get the job done right, no matter what the problem.
All good things must eventually come to an end. And if you find yourself in need of an upgrade or replacement system for your AC or heating system, we can help. Our team deals with a broad range of HVAC, heating and cooling systems and can get your new unit installed in no time flat. Give us a call today to discuss your options and to learn more about the process.
When it comes to heating and cooling systems there is a whole world of possibilities out there. That said, many homeowners opt to replace their system with a similar type in order to keep down costs that may be associated with retrofitting their homes or businesses to a new type of unit. No matter what type of system your home or business employs, it’s likely that we can help.
Below are some of the most common heating and cooling systems we run across in New Jersey…
Generally heating systems are categorized into:
Either type of system can be gas, propane or electrically powered.
East Rutherford , Edgewater, Englewood, Hackensack, Fair Lawn, Bergenfield, Franklin Lakes, Garfield, Lodi, Ho-Ho-Kus
n 1787, New Jersey became the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution and the first state to sign the Bill of Rights. In 1790, Trenton officially became the state capital of New Jersey. William Livingston became New Jersey’s first state governor.
New Jersey grew and prospered during the early 1800s. New factories sprung up throughout the state. Paterson became a textile center and later became known for producing trains and silk. Trenton produced clay products, iron, and steel. Camden, Elizabeth, Jersey City, Newark, and Passaic all became major manufacturing centers in the 1800s.
New canals and railroads helped industry grow. Europeans came by the thousands to New Jersey to work in the factories.
South Jersey remained rural for the most part, growing the crops to feed the urban areas nearby. Railroads were important in helping the South Jersey seashore areas expand. In 1850, New Jersey’s population of nearly half a million and the industries in which most of those people worked were concentrated in the north.
During the Civil War, New Jersey provided 31 regiments (groups of soldiers), including cavalry (soldiers on horseback) and infantry (soldiers on foot). Over 25,000 New Jersey men fought for the Union, and New Jersey soldiers participated in almost every major Eastern battle.
We love heating and cooling, but we love helping local New Jersey residents even more. Give us a call or drop us a line today to learn more about your options and the services we provide.