Aggressive Mechanical, Inc

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 […]

Understanding VOCs and How They Affect IAQ

12 Apr
Understanding VOCs and How They Affect IAQ

Unless you make a special effort to avoid them, chances are volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are degrading your indoor air quality (IAQ). These compounds come from products made from hydrocarbons and as they age, they emit hazardous gases. If you use ordinary household cleaners, air sprays, perfumed products, or other home remodeling products — flooring, […]

Switching Heating Systems: Gas, Electric, or Oil?

11 Apr
Switching Heating Systems: Gas, Electric, or Oil?

If you’re considering switching heating systems, your three options in New Jersey include gas, oil, or electric. Which you choose depends on fuel availability, heating preferences, and your budget. Spring is a good time to make the switch because HVAC contractors are entering a slow season and you may not need to heat your home […]

How to Remember to Change Your Air Filter

06 Apr
How to Remember to Change Your Air Filter

Keeping the air filter for your HVAC system clean is essential to maintaining is energy efficiency and dependability. A clean filter promotes good airflow through the air handler or blower compartment, which helps it condition your home quickly. The filter also traps airborne particulates that would otherwise harm the components inside the air handler or […]

Steps to Registering Your HVAC System

29 Mar
Steps to Registering Your HVAC System

Registering your HVAC products soon after installation is an important step to complete before the deadline. The warranty provides significant protections for you against premature problems with the system. If your contractor doesn’t take care of the registration for you, be sure that you do. Getting it Registered Ask the HVAC technician how long you […]