The cost to replace a boiler in New Jersey can range anywhere from $5,400 to $12,000+, with the average homeowner paying around $8,750.
The cost to repair a boiler in New Jersey can fall anywhere between $89 and $1,500. The average cost is $450.
Heat pumps are an energy-efficient alternative to gas-fired or electric heating systems for New Jersey’s early spring, fall, and winter months. They work well in New Jersey winters to about 30° or 35° Fahrenheit.
The general answer is to check your filter every 1-3 months and change when dirty. But that’s a rule of thumb. Check our detailed guidelines to get an answer customized for your home.
The filter that’s best really depends on what you’re trying to do: MERV 8 is best for keeping your HVAC system free of contaminants but MERV 13 is better for improving indoor air quality.
A combi boiler heats water on demand while a regular/traditional boiler stores the hot water. Read more about it here!
If your boiler is letting out steam, it’s most likely coming from the pressure relief valve due to unsafe pressure levels (or the valve needs to be replaced).
Think you might be due for a new boiler? Here are some signs that indicate you should replace the unit ASAP.
The cost to repair a furnace in New Jersey ranges from $60 to $1,200+, with most homeowners paying around $300 on average for a typical repair.
Your gas furnace should be maintained once a year to avoid a voided warranty, higher than normal heating bills and carbon monoxide poisoning.