AC Service New Jersey
A-Absolute Plumbing, Heating & Air has spent the last 20 years becoming the leader in air conditioning service in New Jersey. Our AC repair technicians are the best in the business, offering cost-effective solutions that are backed by long-term 100% guarantees. Absolute Air Conditioning is here to serve you!
You will receive a free written estimate of the air conditioning repair work to be done and our service technician will explain all work and prices before any work is started. A-Absolute offers flat-fee pricing, giving you clarity and control over the final bill. We don’t believe in hidden charges or extra fees-not even for nights, weekends, and holidays.
Installation of New or Replacement Air Conditioners
The two most common types of air conditioners are central air systems (whole house) and room air conditioners. There is also a blend of these two systems, which is the ductless, mini-split air conditioner. We have included information on the central air and ductless systems in the paragraphs below.
If you’d like to know more about replacing your current air conditioner, call our New Jersey AC technicians for a free estimate over the phone. We have live ac technicians answering the phone 24/7.
Central Air Systems
Commonly called central air, this type is an air conditioning system using either air ducts to distribute cooled and/or dehumidified air throughout the home, or using pipes to distribute chilled water to heat exchangers also throughout the home.
With a split system, the condenser and compressor are located outside the home in a separate unit; the inside unit includes the evaporator which is mounted in the air handler unit. The indoor and outdoor units work together to cool or condition the air in the home. In a packaged system, all components are located in a single outdoor unit.
Ductless Mini-Split Systems
These air conditioners are extremely quiet, efficient, and have many potential applications and advantages. For homes or businesses that do not have central air conditioning, they can be a perfect alternative to a window air conditioning unit since they are much quieter and more secure.
Ductless systems are quiet because they have two main components: the nosier outdoor unit with the compressor and condenser, and the indoor air-handling unit that contains the evaporator and blower. A conduit housing the refrigerant tubing, condensate drain, and power cable connects the two units. Since there is no ductwork required, installation is fast, simple and the ac unit can be installed without taking up window space or cutting large openings into the structure.
Indoor Air Quality
Today’s homes are much more energy efficient than older homes and because of this, indoor air quality has become a potentially serious problem. Most of us spend about 90% of our time inside and this prolonged exposure to these pollutants can be dangerous, especially for children, the elderly, and those with respiratory ailments.
The EPA has ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. This may include air that is too dry or too humid due to specific health issues.
By adding humidity to hot and dry air, the indoor climate feels warmer, prevents dry skin, and reduces static shock. Humidity also allows you to lower the thermostat and still be comfortable, saving money.
Removing moisture from the air helps make the air feel cooler without dropping the temperature. Also, for wetter areas or humid seasons, it reduces the discomfort of the heat and lowers the threat of mold and pollutants.