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It’s Time to Start Thinking about Heating in New Jersey

If you are like most New Jersey homeowners, you haven’t given much thought to your home’s heating system since you turned if off last spring. With fall once again upon us, it is the right time to start thinking about heating again. Before you know it, all of that morning dew is going to turn … Continue reading It’s Time to Start Thinking about Heating in New Jersey

Tips on Keeping your Pet Cool in Hot Weather

When it comes to keeping you cool during a hot New Jersey summer, Team Electric Plumbing & Air is your source air conditioning upgrades and repair. We have been helping the people of New Jersey with their air conditioning needs for the past 20 years. During the hot days of summer, you know how difficult … Continue reading Tips on Keeping your Pet Cool in Hot Weather

10 Home Upgrades for Improved Efficiency

There are a lot of ways you can make your home more energy efficient, which will save you money on your energy bills and help you pursue other incentives, as well. If you are not sure where to start, choose one aspect of your home, such as your heating or your electrical system, to upgrade. … Continue reading 10 Home Upgrades for Improved Efficiency

Solar Panels vs. Wind Energy

Over the last 10 years, the cost of electricity has continued to steadily rise and with it, pulling an ever growing amount of cash from the pockets of Americans. As electricity becomes more and more expensive, homeowners are looking into less expensive ways to bring in essential electricity when it comes to heating and cooling … Continue reading Solar Panels vs. Wind Energy

Using an Attic Fan to Cool Your New Jersey Home

When the temperatures in New Jersey begin to rise, the heat in your home can soon become unbearable. You might even be able to feel the heat radiating down from your ceiling. If the temperature in your attic gets too hot, you will have more issues than a hot interior ceiling. Your shingles could begin … Continue reading Using an Attic Fan to Cool Your New Jersey Home

End of Summer Air Conditioning Unit Care for New Jerseyans

With winter on its way, cooler outside temperatures might not have you thinking about you air conditioner. Before temperatures begin to drop make certain you take steps to winterize your air conditioner. Not only will you increase the lifespan of the system, but you will also be reducing the potential for damage. Here are a … Continue reading End of Summer Air Conditioning Unit Care for New Jerseyans

Summer storm effects on HVAC Systems in New Jersey

Your outdoor air conditioning unit is tough. Since it is meant to be outside, it’s built to withstand the elements. If you get a chance, take a look at your air conditioner. It has a tough exterior metal cage that is designed to prevent things from damaging the coils. If it rains, the internal electrical … Continue reading Summer storm effects on HVAC Systems in New Jersey

Common Mold Problems in New Jersey Homes

You have heard about mold problems in homes. You might even have some inside of your own home. Not all molds are the same; some can be hazardous to your health, while others simply look disturbing. At Team Electric Plumbing & Air, we have seen all types of molds and want you to have the … Continue reading Common Mold Problems in New Jersey Homes

5 House Cooling Habits for New Jerseyans

If you are tired of bill shock when you turn on your air conditioning, there are some good habits you can use to make your house feel cool, without the needing to crank down the thermostat. Simply put, air conditioning systems use a lot of electricity. Unfortunately, when you live in New Jersey you have … Continue reading 5 House Cooling Habits for New Jerseyans

Thermostat Features That Help You Save on Energy Bills

When it gets hot in New Jersey, you immediately go to your thermostat and crank on the cold air. The last thing anyone wants to do in their home in the middle of summer is to have a heat stroke. The only problem with lowering your household temperature is all that cold air is going … Continue reading Thermostat Features That Help You Save on Energy Bills