A-Absolute Heating & Air has been providing heating services to residential and commercial customers for years. Our phones are always answered by a live employee 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Emergency service is available 24 hours a day, 365 a year with no extra charges for nights, weekends, and holidays.
Call our New Jersey heating technician for the following services for your heating system:
- Heater Inspection
- Water Heater Maintenance
- Heater Repair & Replacement
- Furnace Replacement
- Consultation for Heating System
- We will perform a check of your current heating system and will take the time to go over any problem areas. Our expert HVAC technicians will provide an estimate and explain your heating repair or replacement options including High-Efficiency Systems and will help guide your decision by answering any questions or concerns.
A-Absolute Heating offers flat-fee pricing so there are no surprises at the end of the job when you call, ask us about our “No Worry Guarantee”! Concerned about the cost? Our service experts will provide you with a comprehensive written estimate before beginning work on your heating and cooling system; we also offer a written guarantee on parts and workmanship.
Heating Installation and Heating Repair
Most homes in New Jersey utilize furnaces or boilers for heating. Furnaces employ a forced-air system that pushes hot air throughout your home using ducts. Boilers use radiant heating-meaning they heat water and circulate steam throughout the building using radiators. Boilers can also distribute heat through heating coils or through heated baseboards. Both boilers and furnaces have high-efficiency models that offer lower costs to commercial and residential consumers.
Warm Air Systems
These Warm Air Systems work with central ductwork. They include furnaces, and heat pumps and can be fueled by oil, electric, gas, or propane.
Furnaces provide warmth to your home as part of a residential HVAC split system. They work with both air conditioning units and heat pumps.
Heat pumps can be used to provide heating and cooling, depending on whether the environment is cooler or warmer than the conditioned space. A reversible-cycle heat pump simply operates in a way that changes which coil is the condenser and which is the evaporator.
Heat pumps always move thermal energy in the opposite direction from the environmental temperature, so they can be used instead of air conditioning systems to cool your home in the hotter months and warm your home in the cooler months. Reversible-cycle heat pumps provide heating in cooler months. They are able to utilize some thermal energy from the environment by pulling heat from the outside air or ground, and in doing so they can increase energy efficiency.
Oil to Gas Conversions
Converting your furnace from oil burning to gas burning can be a smart investment in your home. Natural gas is not only a more affordable fuel source for residential heating, but it is also the cleanest of the fossil fuels. That means cleaner air and even a cleaner furnace (so no more annual furnace cleanings). If your current heating system is old and may need to be replaced soon, a gas furnace may be the best choice for a cleaner, greener, energy-efficient home.
The Package Dual Fuel Unit is a package heat pump with a gas furnace installed in the heat section instead of the electric heat that a standard package heat pump features. This hybrid package system allows for both comfort and energy savings by utilizing the electric heat pump for warmth, except in colder periods, which is when the gas furnace would take over to assure maximum comfort and energy savings.
Providing consistent heat to a room, Boiler Systems tend to be quieter than other heating systems and are usually powered by gas or oil.
Hot Water Boilers (through baseboards): Hot water boilers heat water to a slightly lower temperature, but the water is still very hot. These boilers require circulators and expansion tanks. Pumps are required to force the hot water through the system. Hot water boilers disperse heat through radiators, baseboards, convectors, or vents See Boiler products.
Steam Boilers (radiators): Steam boilers, as the name suggests, heat the water until it vaporizes. The steam is then distributed through the system’s pipes. Steam boilers require steam valves, pressure release valves, steam limit controls, and other safety components that keep the unit stable and efficient. However, because steam expands throughout the system naturally, the system does not utilize a pump.
Contact Absolute Plumbing and Heating for your HVAC needs!