Aggressive Mechanical, Inc

Lowering Your Heating Load

21 Mar
Lowering Your Heating Load

Your heating system works hard keeping your home comfortable all winter long, so it withstands a lot of wear and tear. One way to prolong its service life and prevent costly repairs is to lower your heating load. Understanding “Heating Load” In simply terms, your heating load is the amount of energy required to keep […]

Most Common Furnace Troubleshooting Situations

09 Feb
Most Common Furnace Troubleshooting Situations

Forced air furnaces are a reliable source of heating with a workmanlike ability to keep a home comfortable year after year. Like any appliance, however, they wear down over time and require repairs or parts replacements, and sometimes — from 10 to 15 years, depending on the quality of the model and how it was […]

ECM or PSC Furnace Motor Replacement

27 Dec
ECM or PSC Furnace Motor Replacement

If your home’s furnace needs a new motor, of if you’re buying an entirely new furnace, a key decision will be whether to opt for traditional blower motor technology or energy-efficient advanced technology. In technical terms, the former refers to the permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor and the latter the electronically commutated motor (ECM). In […]

Keep These Things in Mind for Furnace Installation

16 Feb
Keep These Things in Mind for Furnace Installation

A furnace installation shouldn’t be something that you decide upon casually. Several important factors need to be considered when installing any sort of central heating or cooling system in your home. Otherwise, you’re likely to end up with a furnace that falls short of your expectations with regard to performance and efficiency, and maybe even […]

Don’t Fall for These 6 Energy-Saving Myths

04 Feb
Don’t Fall for These 6 Energy-Saving Myths

Saving energy in your Monmouth County home can help you lower your utility bills year-round. Before you get started, though, you should be aware of the following energy-saving myths. These myths won’t reduce your energy usage, and in some cases, they could actually increase the amount you use. Myth 1: Turn up your thermostat for […]

Reducing the Load on Your Furnace

02 Feb
Reducing the Load on Your Furnace

The amount of heat your home needs is called its heating load, and when you reduce it, your furnace doesn’t need to work as hard. It’s possible to reduce the load without having to turn the thermostat down by staying on top of the furnace’s maintenance and addressing the energy inefficiencies in your home. A […]

Do You Know How a Variable-Speed Furnace Works?

03 Dec
Do You Know How a Variable-Speed Furnace Works?

A variable-speed furnace can make a great addition to your Monmouth County home. Not only does it provide exceptional comfort throughout the fall and winter, but it may also save you hundreds of dollars off your energy bills. How Does It Work? When contractors mention variable-speed furnaces, they’re really talking about the blower motor inside […]