Bridgewater Air Conditioning Repair & Installation Services
Binsky Home services knows that Air Conditioning units are not perfect. If you're looking for any Air Conditioning maintenance needs in the Bridgewater, NJ area, call us at 908-526-0041 and we'll fix your A/C right away.
Binsky Home offers full-service air conditioning and cooling comfort expertise for your home. We service, install, and maintain all brands so you can trust your home to Binsky Home and know you will receive personalized, expert attention.
We concentrate on Lennox Home Air Conditioning Systems because of their high quality and great efficiency. As a Lennox Premier Dealer, our technicians adhere to the highest standards in training and must achieve a consistently high level of customer satisfaction to remain a Premier dealer.
Contact Binsky with your air conditioning concerns and to make an appointment for your next central air service check-up or free replacement estimate. Learn about the different cooling products and services we offer.
Servicing your air conditioner once a year – best done in the Spring before turning it on for the season – and changing filters every two or three months are the top ways for homeowners to minimize operating costs and extend the life of your system. Find out more about our preventative maintenance plans.
Heating and cooling costs the average NJ homeowner about $1,000 a year, nearly half the total energy bill. If your central air conditioning unit is more than 12 years old, replacing it with a high-efficiency model could cut your cooling costs by 30-40%. Replacing one that is more than 15-20 years old and savings may be closer to 50%. Long-term energy savings can add up quickly.
Other signs it is time to replace your air conditioner:
- You need frequent repairs
- Your energy bill is going up
- Some rooms don’t get cool or are too cold
- Your central air system is noisy or you have humidity problems
- Your home has excessive dust
Don’t forget to ask us about available rebates for replacing your old air conditioning system!
High Velocity Systems
Sometimes the perfect solution for boosting an existing air conditioning system or retrofitting older restored homes is a high velocity system that works on the principle of pressure rather than air velocity. Our Unico High Velocity System is quite different than a conventional system, the main difference being that the supply ductwork is less than 2.5” in diameter. This makes it very easy to install inside existing walls with minimal or no remodeling required.
There is virtually no limit to where this system can bend and reach.
Ductless Air Conditioning
Sometimes called mini-split systems, ductless air conditioning is designed mainly for homes heated with boilers (steam, hot water heat), radiant panels and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). Far more efficient and space-friendly than window air conditioners, each small unit cools high-velocity air that can be pumped into as many as four rooms in your home.
The main advantage of ductless air conditioning units are their small size and flexibility for zoning. They can also be a good choice for room additions, where extending or installing additional ductwork is not feasible.
Homeowners can save nearly $180 a year by properly setting programmable thermostats and maintaining those settings. You can trust Binsky Home technicians to inform you of your options and show you how to operate the one they install.
From touch screens and specific zone controls, to smart thermostats that can sense the indoor and outdoor environment to deliver the highest level of comfort, you and your family will benefit from and enjoy these extra controls year round. Learn more about comfort controls in our product section.
Is your AC acting up? Call Binsky Home Services, your Bridgewater air conditioning specialists, now at 908-526-0041 to make an appointment with our friendly and knowledgeable staff to have your air conditioner quickly and efficiently repaired or replaced so you can go back to enjoying cool air in your home again as soon as possible!