Heating & Cooling Systems for South Jersey Homes
Air conditioning and heating systems combined can account for over 40 percent of a home’s annual energy costs. For many homeowners in the Burlington or Camden County areas, this number can be reduced, simply by upgrading from an older, inefficient heating or cooling system to the latest models, which often feature energy-efficient technologies like zoning systems, variable-speed blower fans, two-stage compressors, and more.
If you are considering an HVAC upgrade, talk to our team at Harriett’s Energy Solutions. We feature the latest heating and cooling solutions from the top manufacturers, as well as complete installation and replacement services to make sure the system is installed properly. With our available financing and expert knowledge of state and federal rebates and tax incentives, we can make it easy to get the energy-efficient system you need. We have been serving the Burlington and Camden County areas since 1929, and our certified HVAC experts have the equipment and experience to handle all your HVAC needs!
To learn more about our HVAC services, contact us today at 609-451-0914!
The Benefits of Upgrading Your HVAC System
If your HVAC system is more than a few years old, it is likely to be far less efficient than the models that are available today. By upgrading, you can enjoy many benefits, including:
- Significantly lower heating and cooling costs
- Reduced energy usage and lower environmental impact
- Better indoor air quality and improved reliability
- Improved comfort, with even temperatures and fewer hot or cold spots
- Quieter operation, thanks to variable-speed blower fans
- Improved technology, with features like WiFi thermostats, remote controls, and zoning systems
If you system is over 10 or 15 years old, needs frequent repairs, has major problems, or simply cannot keep you comfortable, the best, most cost-effective option is often an upgrade.
To learn if a new HVAC system is right for you, contact us today!
Our Heating & Cooling Systems
Older furnaces and boilers often had AFUE ratings, or annual fuel utilization efficiency ratings, of less than 70 percent, meaning that they waste up to 30 percent of the energy used. Today’s heating systems can be over 97 percent efficient. Likewise, air conditioners often had a SEER rating, or seasonal energy efficiency ratio, of less than 13. Today’s models can be well over 20. At Harriett’s Energy Solutions, we offer a variety of heating and cooling systems, including:
- Oil and gas furnaces
- Oil and gas boilers
- Heat pumps
- Dual fuel systems
- Central air conditioners
- Ductless mini splits
- Geothermal systems
- And more!
We carry systems from the top manufacturers, including Amana, Bryant, Comfortmaker, Mitsubishi, Granby, and more.
To learn more about our available systems, contact us today!
Call Today for HVAC Upgrades in Burlington & Camden Counties
At Harriett’s Energy Solutions, we can help you find the best HVAC system for your needs, and we will provide a professional, energy-efficient installation. From calculating the heating and cooling loads to sizing and installing the equipment, our HVAC experts will make sure the job is done properly, according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
For an installation quote, contact our team at 609-451-0914 today!
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Our Service Area
Our coverage area encompasses the following: Atco, Berlin, Beverly, Birmingham, Bordentown, Browns Mills, Burlington, Chatsworth, Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Columbus, Cookstown, Delanco, Delran, Eastampton, Edgewater Park, Florence, Gibbsboro, Haddonfield, Hainesport, Indian Mills, Jacobstown, Jobstown, Juliustown, Lumberton, Maple Shade, Marlton, Medford, Medford Lakes, Moorestown, Mount Holly, Mount Laurel, New Egypt, New Lisbon, North Hanover, Palmyra, Pemberton, Pennsauken, Rancocas, Rancocas Woods, Riverside, Riverton, Roebling, Shamong, Sicklerville, Southampton, Tabernacle, Vincentown, Voorhees, Waterford Works, West Berlin, Westampton, Willingboro, and Wrightstown.