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Now is the Perfect Time to Consider an Air Conditioner Replacement

If your air conditioner was struggling to keep your house cool last summer and frequently needed service, you may want to think about replacing your AC unit sooner rather than later. If your AC system in New Jersey was installed prior to 2010, it is using R-22 refrigerant (Freon®). This refrigerant is being phased out, making it more expensive and harder to get. If your old AC unit needs to be charged, it could end up costing hundreds of dollars. New systems use R-410A (Puron®), a more environmentally friendly, cost effective alternative. It may be a good idea to consider replacing your air conditioner now to help avoid costly repair bills in the future.

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By replacing your old air conditioner with a new energy-efficient system from NJR Home Services, you’ll enjoy:

  • An Energy-Efficient Air Conditioner that can help you save on your monthly electricity bills.
  • Expert Installation by our professional installers, who will keep you informed from beginning to end – and clean up after!
  • Easy Financing with several convenient options for your budget.
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NJR Home Services understands you may feel overwhelmed by all of the options and considerations that go into replacing your air conditioner. We can answer your questions about AC replacement and help you determine the best time to buy a new AC system in New Jersey. Before you make a decision, check out our web site for any AC replacement offers and promotions.

Once you find the perfect cooling replacement for your home, our team of professional installers will keep you informed from beginning to end – and clean up after!

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