Services

Blue Air One Heating & Cooling is a fully licensed and insured HVAC company servicing all of NJ.  We are a company that cares about the comfort and satisfaction of our customers.  We offer residential and commercial service, repair and installations.  We are well trained and take pride in our work to  ensure that every job is done right.

 

Are you looking to have your air conditioner cleaned or serviced, or are you looking to have central air installed?

Did your water heater go out over night? Are you out of hot water? Blue Air One Heating & Cooling offers installation and repair services of water heaters.

 

Blue Air One Heating & Cooling can, repair or replace your forced-air furnace if you are experiencing problems with your service.

WHAT WE OFFER

  • Equipment Installation and Maintnance

  • Duct Cleaning, Sanitizing & Deodorizing

    Over time, as particulates build up on the filter in your HVAC system, your HVAC system will not be as efficient and will have to run longer to circulate the heated or cooled air through your home. This can lead to inconsistent heating and cooling, higher utility bills, & costly HVAC repairs, such as cleaning or repairing the A-coil or blower motor.
    Blue Air One Heating and Cooling can clean your ducts which will help you improve the indoor air quality in your home while also enhancing the efficiency of your system. This in turn has been shown to reduce energy bills!

  • Air Flow

    Providing advise on how to resolve problems with air flow.

  • Indoor Air Quality

    A healthy indoor environment is one in which the surroundings contribute to productivity, comfort and a sense of health and well-being. Poor indoor air quality can cause problems and have serious consequences. Blue Air One Heating and Cooling has solutions to any problem involving indoor air quality. Let Blue Air One help you to breathe cleaner air while living and working in a healthier environment.

  • Humidifiers

    help make dry air more comfortable by boosting your indoor humidity level. Typically, your humidity level – or the amount of water vapor in the air – drops during the colder months because cold air cannot hold as much moisture as warm air. Central humidifiers are built directly into your home’s air conditioning or heating unit. These are the most expensive types of humidifiers, but they are the best choice if you want to add humidity throughout the entire house.

  • UV Lights

    Protect your family’s health with air that is pure and fresh. By using UV light the air is exposed to a powerful germicidal light that kills and destroys airborne invaders such as bacteria, viruses, mold and fungi.

  • Energy Efficiency Analysis

  • Baseboard Heating

    Baseboard heat offers several advantages. For one thing, baseboards operate almost silently, in contrast to the noisy blowers of forced-air heating. Another advantage of baseboard heat is that it requires no ductwork. Electric baseboard heater are basically zone heater. They are typically installed underneath windows.

  • Attic Fan Installation

    One way to control the amount of heat and humidity that collects in your attic is with the installation of an attic fan. An attic fan works just like the exhaust fan in your bathroom, but on a much larger scale. It’s a bigger, more powerful fan that can substantially cool your entire house without using much energy doing it.

    Blue Air One Heating and Cooling is a licensed and insured installer of attic fans which can be environmentally friendly and energy efficient additions to house cooling systems.

  • Boilers

    Boilers are pressure vessels designed to heat water or produce steam, which can then be used to provide space heating and/or service water heating to a building. In most cases the heating source in the boiler is a natural gas fired burner.

  • Thermostats Repaired / Replaced

    Programmable thermostat are more accurate than manual thermostats. They consistently control home temperature saving you money. Allow to protect environment by using less energy, which means cleaner air for you and the generation to come.

  • Filter Maintenance

    An air conditioner’s filters, coils, and fins require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases.

    The most important maintenance task that will ensure the efficiency of your air conditioner is to routinely replace or clean its filters. Clogged, dirty filters block normal airflow and reduce a system’s efficiency significantly. With normal airflow obstructed, air that bypasses the filter may carry dirt directly into the evaporator coil and impair the coil’s heat-absorbing capacity. Replacing a dirty, clogged filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%.

  • Burners

  • Carbon Monoxide Testing

  • Seasonal Tune-Up

    Maintain your equipment to prevent future problems and unwanted costs. Keep your cooling and heating system at peak performance by having annual pre-season check-ups. It extends your furnace/air conditioning life. Prevention save money on repairs. Increase performance and lower utility bills. Manufacturer recommended.

  • Media Air cleaners

    Air cleaner is an easy way to improve indoor air quality. These air cleaners goes far beyond standard filters to keep your home environment cleaner all year long. Unlike a portable room air cleaner, these are part of your existing heating or cooling system, so they clean the air throughout your entire home.

  • Zoning System

    Eliminate the temperature differences throughout your home with a zone control system. Designed to deliver conditioned air to the rooms that need it.  Although zoning cannot always be added to every system, some single zone homes can be converted to multiple zones without adding additional equipment.

  • Hot Water Heather

    Installation and replacement of standard with natural draft , Power vented and on demand water heater.

  • And More…