If you’re looking for HVAC contractors in New Jerseys, look no further than Therm Ayre.
Whether your home’s heating system is on the fritz, or you require air conditioning services, we believe in straightforward communication, comprehensive customer service, and — most importantly — getting things done right the first time.
Our family-owned and operated business has provided world-class residential and commercial HVAC installation and repair services in New Jersey for over 30 years. We specialize in heating and cooling systems and pride ourselves on being integral members of our local community.
When we enter your home or office, we’re not just there to do business — we’re there to ensure your year-round comfort.
Whether you’re having a new heating and air conditioning system installed, an existing system repaired, or routine maintenance, you can trust us to make recommendations based on what’s best for your home or business.
Our certified and experienced technicians will complete services efficiently and thoroughly, leaving you with a system that will keep you comfortable for years to come.
We’re experts in heating and cooling systems
Whether your HVAC needs are commercial or industrial, Therm Ayre has you covered. We have experience installing and maintaining smaller units perfect for a family home and large, complex units that span multiple floors, offices, and types of rooms.
Residential HVAC Installation
For residential installations, we first assess the size of your home to determine how big your unit should be. We’ll then recommend the best unit and system type for your home and complete the installation with precision and expertise.
Residential HVAC units are usually situated in your backyard or along the side of the house so it’s out of plain sight, but we can still easily access it for maintenance and repairs.
Commercial HVAC Installation
Commercial installs and maintenance begin with an assessment and recommendations similar to residential services. However, commercial heating systems are much larger and more complex than residential systems because they’re required to heat and cool much larger spaces.
Commercial HVAC systems typically require multiple industrial-sized units. We install these units on a building’s roof whenever possible to keep the system organized, reduce noise, and make them easier to maintain.
Since 1986, our technicians at Therm Ayre have seen and serviced it all. From split and duct-free HVAC to hybrid and packaged systems, we can help you with any system in your home or office building.
Split HVAC System
When it comes to HVAC, split heating and cooling systems are the most common. They feature two units — one for heating and one for cooling.
The cooling or air conditioning unit is usually placed outside to cool air vented in from the outdoors and keep the compressors and coils from overheating indoors. The heating unit is generally placed indoors in the basement or other storage space. It uses gas and a series of fans to vent warm air into your home or building.
Most modern split units come with a digital thermostat that allows you to easily switch from heating to cooling, along with air purifiers and humidity control. It’s easy to keep your space at a comfortable temperature with a split HVAC system.
Hybrid HVAC System
Hybrid HVAC systems are similar to split systems. However, a hybrid system blends electric and gas heat so home and building owners can choose how they want to heat their space. Gas heat warms spaces up more quickly, while electric heat costs less. Initially heating a space with gas and maintaining that temperature with the electric system can save a lot on utility bills.
Like the split system, hybrid HVACs also use digital thermostats and traditional ducts.
Duct-Free HVAC System
Duct-free systems, also called mini-split systems, aren’t as popular as split or hybrid systems, but they work perfectly for specific situations. The system consists of individual units wall-mounted in each space you’d like to cool. The units are attached to outdoor compressors and can be individually adjusted for precision temperature control.
A duct-free system works best in spaces with a lot of small spaces that need to be individually heated or cooled, such as a residential garage, a commercial motel, co-working spaces, or even dorm rooms.
Packaged HVAC System
Packaged HVAC systems contain a single heating and cooling unit contained within the same system. We usually install these units in the attic or higher up in the home for easy access and to heat and cool your space more efficiently.
These units are smaller than the other options, making them more suitable for houses and other small buildings. They’re more energy efficient than other systems but not quite as powerful, especially when it comes to heat.
Many models feature electric heating only, but to weather South Jersey winters, you may want to choose a more powerful model that uses gas and electricity.
Even the highest-quality, best-maintained HVAC systems eventually need to be replaced. Below is a list of some of the telltale signs that your HVAC unit may be on its last legs. Identifying these signs early enables us to replace it before you’re left in the heat or cold.
Rising Energy Bill
Uneven Temperatures Or Decreased Comfort
At Therm Ayre, we know that a well-maintained HVAC system is essential to living comfortably in your home. That’s why we use the best materials and tools available to fabricate and install each system and repair your existing system.
Fabricating our own sheeting in-house saves time and money by allowing us to quickly and efficiently construct everything from ductwork and fittings to roof curbs. Every installation, repair, and maintenance service is tailored to meet the residents’ needs and expectations.
Free Estimates on Installations
Therm Ayre offers free estimates on upgrades, replacements, and first-time HVAC installations. We calculate our estimates based on the size of the job, the materials needed, and how long it will take.
Get your free, no-obligation installation estimate today by calling (856) 216-9135.
Financing Options Available
We offer fair-market prices for all systems and materials and an array of financing options to make HVAC upkeep as affordable as possible.
Our financing options include:
Whether you have a particularly big project to finish, or simply have a tight budget, we’ll work with you to find the best financing option for your situation.
If you want to avoid the fallout of the unexpected, our service agreements can be a great way to ensure your HVAC system stays in tip-top shape. Those clients who get service agreements receive regular maintenance and have access to emergency HVAC services.
Don’t wait until something disastrous happens in the middle of inclement weather – call Therm Ayre today so that we can be there for you seven days a week.