Aggressive Mechanical, Inc
Reasons Your Air Filter Might Always Be Dirty

Every air filter that’s working correctly gets clogged up over time. The dirt shows that the filter is removing particles from your household air, as it should. But are you getting a dirty air filter more frequently than usual? This problem could occur due to a number of reasons. Let’s take a closer look at […]

End-of-Spring and Summer Savings for Energy

15 May
End-of-Spring and Summer Savings for Energy

Winter weather just wouldn’t seem to go away this year. With summer on the horizon, warmer weather and high cooling bills will be upon Middletown homeowners soon enough. Do you have a summer savings plan in place to keep a tight grip on your energy bills? Use these tips to go a few steps beyond […]

Ways to Safeguard Your HVAC from Home Pests

10 May
Ways to Safeguard Your HVAC from Home Pests

Here in Monmouth County, there are a wide variety of home pests that can wreak havoc on your HVAC equipment if you don’t stay vigilante. A pest invasion or infestation can cause serious HVAC problems that include: Damaged equipment. Mice, rates, squirrels, chipmunks and other rodents can set up housekeeping inside the outdoor unit cabinet […]

Spring on HVAC Replacements Before Summer

08 May
Spring on HVAC Replacements Before Summer

If you’ve noticed a decline in the efficiency of your older heating and cooling equipment, or it’s needed repair more often in the recent past, now is the ideal time to investigate your HVAC replacement options. Here are a few of the reasons why springing on new equipment before summer makes good sense: Comfortable Weather […]

Why You Should Include Home Repairs in Your Monthly Budget

26 Apr
Why You Should Include Home Repairs in Your Monthly Budget

For all the advantages that homeownership brings, facing appliance replacement and major home repairs certainly isn’t one of them, which is why it’s important to allocate some savings into the monthly budget. Instead of relying on credit, when the HVAC system is on its last legs or your water heater or roof springs a leak, […]

Should You Consider a Residential Rooftop HVAC Unit?

19 Apr
Should You Consider a Residential Rooftop HVAC Unit?

If you’re in the market for new cooling equipment, you might wonder whether a rooftop HVAC unit is a good choice for your home. Rooftop units have been installed on commercial buildings for decades, and they’re becoming more popular for residential use in warmer climates, where heating isn’t a priority. Rooftop HVAC installations are seldom […]

How Pet Doors Could Affect Your Energy Bills

18 Apr
How Pet Doors Could Affect Your Energy Bills

Pet doors make outside visits more convenient for homeowners and their four-legged family members, but could have negative effects on your budget. Whether you already have a pet door installed, or you’re considering adding one, it’s important to consider how the door can affect your household energy bills. How a Pet Door Impacts Your Home’s […]

How to Prevent — and Clean — HVAC Coil Corrosion

17 Apr
How to Prevent — and Clean — HVAC Coil Corrosion

Living in Monmouth County, you’re probably familiar with the corrosive effects of salt-laden Atlantic air on exposed steel and iron. You may not realize that the copper coils inside your outdoor and indoor HVAC units can also corrode over time, which can leave you facing an expensive equipment replacement. Understanding Coil Corrosion When the copper […]