Ward Heating, Air Conditioning and Heating Oil is a reputable South Jersey Air Conditioning Contractor in the Burlington County NJ area, with almost a half century of air conditioner service, repair and installation experience. Our top quality air conditioning equipment is provided by first rate manufacturers, such as Goodman, Coleman and Fujitsu.
South Jersey homeowners and business owners have been relying on Ward Heating, Air Conditioning and Heating Oil for their air conditioning needs for almost have a century. We service most make and models of air conditioners, both new and old. Our licensed air conditioner service technicians are ready to keep you cool when it gets hot outside, and they have the expertise and training to repair and maintain your South Jersey air conditioner so that it continues to operate at its fullest potential.
Summers in South Jersey can be scorching! If your air conditioning system is not up to the task of cooling down your home on those hot summer days, the problem could be as simple as a minor adjustment, or your air conditioner may need larger repairs. If your current South Jersey air conditioning system is very old, lacks the power or size to cool your home sufficiently, is no longer efficient (which can make your electric bills skyrocket), or has other issues that are beyond repair, then your air conditioner may need to be replaced. Or perhaps you bought a home that doesn't have central air conditioning at all, and you've been relying on window units to get by!
Whatever the issue with your air conditioner, the South Jersey air conditioning contractors at Ward Heating, Air Conditioning and Heating Oil can help. We'll make sure to get your air conditioner up and running so that you and your family can enjoy a cool, comfortable home during hot South Jersey summers.
Air conditioning is important for your South Jersey home or business for many reasons. It prevents heat-related deaths and illnesses. It circulates and filters air, which helps to remove pollutants and mold from the air; this is especially important for people who have allergies and asthma. It lowers humidity that can cause mold, mildew, and even warping of wood floors and furniture. It prevents electronic devices from overheating. And, of course, dealing with sweltering summer heat is much easier when you have a cool, comfortable home to come back to! For all these reasons and more, you want to make sure that your air conditioning system is working at full capacity. If you're in Southern New Jersey, a skilled, experienced South Jersey air conditioning contractor can ensure that your cooling system is working properly through regular maintenance, repairs, and even replacement of your air conditioning system, if necessary.
Air Conditioners are made up of two fundamental units: the indoor evaporator coil and the outdoor condensing unit. These two units can be configured as a single (or package) unit, as a "split" unit, as a high velocity SpacePak, or ductless split. Air Conditioners have cooling efficiency ratings called SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). High efficiency units have efficiencies of 16 SEER and 10 SEER or above. Many older air conditioners have a SEER of 6.5. If you buy a new air conditioning unit for your South Jersey home or business that has a 13 SEER, you will cut your cooling cost in half. The higher the unit's efficiency, the more it will cost to install, but you will have a return on your investment in the form of lower utility bills!
These air conditioning units combine these two components into a single physical unit, usually placed outside. Cold air is transported into your house through ductwork. Single units are more commonly used in South Jersey commercial or industrial buildings than in homes.
A Split Unit means that there is an outdoor unit (condenser) and indoor unit (evaporator coil). If you're replacing a system, both units should be replaced to make sure your new condensing unit gives you the best performance, efficiency and comfort for your South Jersey home or business.
Ductless Split Units are slightly different. They are used in South Jersey homes or commercial locations that do not have ductwork to carry the cold air (such as historical homes). The "split" portion of the name indicates that the condenser unit is typically located outdoor, while the evaporator is typically located indoors.
Some South Jersey consumers use ductless splits as a backup energy source. Or if the layout of your home or office has a "problem area" (for instance, split level homes or higher level floors) and the need for a supplemental cooling is necessary, a Ductless System is a perfect fit! Read more information on Ductless Systems.
Now available: One (1) outdoor condenser with eight (8) indoor evaporator fan coils for zoning all your rooms separately. Saves money!
SpacePak is a central cooling system designed for a South Jersey home, commercial or retail space with no existing ductwork. The system distributes high velocity air through flexible, pre-insulated 2" tubing which slides through wall structures and around obstacles to eliminate costly remodeling.
SpacePak is also ideal for older South Jersey homes, historical landmarks, and townhouses heated with hot water, steam, electric heat, radiant floor heating, or commercial units that require multiple zones.
It features an exclusive deep coil design that can remove up to 30% more moisture from the air than conventional central air systems. Because of lower humidity you will feel cool at a higher, more energy efficient thermostat setting.
If you're in the market for a total cooling and heating solution for your South Jersey home or business, just add a hydronic (hot water) coil or a heat pump to SpacePak and you've got a fully integrated solution!
If you're in need of South Jersey air conditioning services, including air conditioner repair and maintenance, contact the most trusted air conditioning contractors in South Jersey - Ward Heating, Air Conditioning & Heating Oil. Call us at 856-829-4985 or 856-663-2010, or email us.
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