O’Ryan’s Heating and Cooling – A one stop solution for HVAC/R repairing services in Edison, New Jersey. — November 1, 2018

O’Ryan’s Heating and Cooling – A one stop solution for HVAC/R repairing services in Edison, New Jersey.

When it comes to make your home comfortable for every season and making it a place where you find rest and peace it is obvious to use technical equipment and services. But it’s never easy to maintain these electronic gadgets all the time. O’Ryan’s Heating and Cooling is small emerging business based in Edison of New Jersey state. We have a team of professionals that dedicated to serve the independent people of Central New Jersey by providing excellent services. The services includes –

  • Air Conditioning Services
  • Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Conditioning Installation
  • Heating Repair Woodbridge
  • Heater Installation
  • Boilers & Furnaces – Repair and Replacement
  • Ductless HVAC Systems (Mini-split A.C)

Air Conditioning Services

Oryans Heating and Cooling have come up long way in their journey of growth. We always keep the customers happy by giving most efficient, accurate and quick services led by HVAC industry giants. Our contemporary service of air conditioning in Edison NJ makes us popular choice in the region.

HVAC Contractors for Air Conditioning and Heating and Cooling Repairs

Air Conditioning Repair

In scorching summer heat all you need is a fine working Air Conditioner that lets you rejuvenate in no minutes. The problem is that almost all electronics requires regular usage, if you stop using those power based tools they might stop working. The same thing happens with our Air Conditioners as we leave them unused in winter season.

Oryan’s Heating and Cooling provides prompt solutions for air conditioner repair in Old Bridge NJ. Till the time, the company has served number of clients for Air Conditioning Repair Service NJ. The positive review by our customers gives us more strength to deliver best air conditioning repair service in New Jersey.

Air Conditioning Installation

We always admire to provide HVAC service without compromising with the quality of work containing professionalism. The air conditioning installation service is one of our distinctive one which makes us reliable HVAC Contractors (Iselin NJ).

Heating Repair & Installation

Heater Repair & Installation work always need perfection as in heating tool case you need to be more sensitive and alarmed. If you ever seek Heating Contractors Somerset area feel free to leave a service request on Oryan’s official website to get immediate assistance.

Boilers & Furnaces – Repair and Replacement

Boilers & Furnaces are the necessary home equipment which facilitates you to feel warmer even in cold winter days. We are the right HVAC contractors for boiler repair and replacement and furnace repair and replacement.

Ductless HVAC Systems (Mini-split A.C)

We know Ductless HVAC Systems are the best choice to have easy access to comfort. We have complete expertise over repairing of mini split A.C.

Service Areas of Best HVAC Contractors

The idea of Oryans Heating and Cooling came to light when the need for the development of a HONEST and RELIABLE HVAC contracting business in Central New Jersey became overwhelming. Oryan’s Heating and Cooling made their way in HVAC/R industry to provide best Air Conditioning Service Warren in NJ.

The business was established to provide customers services of heating and cooling repairs in Edison, Metuchen, Old Bridge, Woodbridge, Colonia, Iselin, Union, Westfield, Cranford, Berkley Heights, East Brunswick, Somerset, Warren, Hillsborough, and South Plainfield areas of New Jersey, United States.

Capacitor in Air Conditioning — September 25, 2018

Capacitor in Air Conditioning

What is a Capacitor?
One of the most common repairs during the summertime is replacing a capacitor on an air conditioning system. The role of the capacitor is to help start up the motors, such as a compressor or fan motor, in your HVAC system. The voltage from your electrical panel is not enough to start these components and needs the help of the capacitor.

Is your capacitor bad?
The most common symptom of a bad capacitor is if a motor isn’t running or perhaps your outside unit (the condenser) isn’t running. So before you call your local HVAC contractor, you can do a visual inspection of the capacitor. The other method requires a multi-meter that can measure microfarads.

Safety First
Anytime you work on or look at some type of machine, safety is a must. If you have absolutely no idea, call a local air conditioning repair company to help solve the problem. Turn off the power to your outside unit by flipping the breaker to off or at the disconnect. Open up the electrical panel to your outside unit. The cylinder like object in there is your capacitor. If the top of it is domed, it is bad and will need to be replaced.

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Ductless Heat Pump…Why you just might need one — September 24, 2018

Ductless Heat Pump…Why you just might need one

Ductless Heat Pumps (aka Ductless Mini-Split Systems) have become the new efficient way to heat a home, especially for homeowners with all-electric homes, who rely on baseboards or electric wall heaters for home heating. The reports of efficiency and quiet operation have generated so much interest with homeowners and businesses, we’re often approached by folks who wouldn’t necessarily need a Ductless Heat Pump System.
Since they’re relatively new to our market, the level of consumer knowledge about Ductless Heat Pumps is limited when compared to other traditional heating systems like gas furnaces or boilers. As a result, we get many questions from customers trying to determine if this type of system would be a good solution for their home. These questions range from basic application, to how they operate.

So let’s start with the basics. What is a heat pump? A heat pump works just like an air conditioner. In cooling mode, (yes, they provide cooling too) a heat pump moves heat from inside your home to the outside. Unlike an air conditioning unit, a heat pump can be used to heat your home, and do it efficiently. A ductless heat pump does this by reversing the process it uses to provide air conditioning to your home. It collects heat that exists naturally in the ambient air outside and delivers it into the home. The heat that is being “pumped” out for cooling, or in for heating the home, travels through pipes containing refrigerant.
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How Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Evaporator Coils (Cooling coils) are Cleaned — September 21, 2018

How Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Evaporator Coils (Cooling coils) are Cleaned

Evaporator coil cleaning often requires cutting refrigerant lines, removal of the coil and other components for cleaning, and reinstallation, pulling a vacuum on the refrigerant lines, and recharge with refrigerant. Such service and repair may involve significant expense, although there are some “in place” cleaning methods using foams and sprays that are a simpler procedure. See DIRTY COIL CLEANING PROCEDURES for details of this topic.

FROST BUILD-UP – Frost Build-up on the Evaporator Coil in an Air Conditioner
The ice or frost formed on a cooling coil in an air conditioner air handler unit is usually caused by an improper refrigerant charge, possibly by inadequate airflow across the cooling coil, or by a thermostatic expansion valve (TEV) or other air conditioner or heat pump control defect.

Ice blocks air flow through the coil, thus reducing air conditioner output; if the ice formation is extreme nearly all of the airflow across the coil is blocked and the air conditioner system runs but does not produce cool air flowing into the occupied space.

Frost and ice can also form on refrigerant tubing at other locations, and frost and ice can form inside air conditioning ductwork itself, leading to troublesome leaks into the building.

Read more: https://gaduhpribadi.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/how-air-conditioning-heat-pump-evaporator-coils-cooling-coils-are-cleaned/

Energy Efficiency & Air Conditioners — September 19, 2018

Energy Efficiency & Air Conditioners

You’re passionate about reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet, but you love your AC, especially when the heat and humidity of summer are weighing you down. Is it possible to have your cake and eat it too? H&H has all the tips you need to live an energy-efficient lifestyle and remain comfortable year-round…
First Things First: Choosing An Efficient Cooling SystemIf your air conditioner is more than 10-years old, upgrading to a newer, more energy efficient system can reduce energy costs and your carbon footprint 20-40%. When shopping for a system, ensure efficiency by…

  • Shopping by SEER
    SEER ratings make shopping for an AC system with superior efficiency simpler, as do Energy Star ratings for heating and cooling systems. The higher the SEER rating, the less energy the system consumes. Systems 10+ years old may be 10 SEER (or below). The minimum allowed today by law is 14 SEER. To ensure energy savings, a system with a rating above 16 SEER is preferable. SEER ratings over 20 are not uncommon in traditional split and packaged systems. In ductless systems, you can find SEER ratings over 25! Look for the Energy Star logo for systems offering high-efficiency features and superior performance.
  • Opting for Energy Saving Features
    Opting for a system with a variable speed blower reduces energy consumption, as do ‘fan only’ switches, which can provide natural cooling.
  • Purchasing the Right Size System
    Heating and air conditioning units must be properly sized to ensure optimal performance. A system that’s too small or large for your home reduce efficiency by 30%, inflating your utility bills, and putting stress on the system that shortens its lifespan. An experienced, professional HVAC contractor can perform load calculations, considering your home’s size, layout, thermal envelope, and more to help you determine the right size system to meet your needs.
  • Ensuring an Energy Star Quality Installation
    A quality installation ensures performance, and should also include properly sealed ductwork, verified optimal system operation and thermostat function, and airflow optimized for consistent temperatures throughout your home.

Operational Tips For Eking Extra Efficiency From Your Air ConditionerHow you use and maintain your AC can also impact energy use. Maximize efficiency with:

Read more: https://delcohvac.weebly.com/blog/energy-efficiency-air-conditioners

How To Buy Air Conditioners —

How To Buy Air Conditioners

Shopping for heating and air conditioning units can be a stressful experience with today’s glut of options. One of your most expensive home investments, and one of the most significant in terms of comfort, doing your homework pre-purchase is a key to a lasting investment you’ll be satisfied with for years to come. What should you look for in a home air conditioner?

​Superior Efficiency

Shopping for an Energy Star quality air conditioner with a SEER of 15 or higher will provide superior comfort and performance, lowering monthly energy bills. Though you can get away with a 13 SEER system (the minimum required by the DOE), investing a bit more in a high-efficiency system now will more than make up for the cost over the long run, especially for those upgrading from older, less efficient models. Replacing systems just 10-years old with Energy Star-rated models delivers marked differences in monthly utility costs. Government (local/state/federal) and utility rebates and incentives may also be available, so be sure to look into these opportunities before you buy.

A Quality Brand with a Solid Warranty

To avoid the hassle of repeated air conditioning service and maintenance, investing in a solid brand is highly recommended. As a general rule, the better the quality of the system, the stronger the warranty. Look for 10+ year coverage, with the best brands offering lifetime compressor coverage (the costliest system component).

  • Amana AC units
    Made in the U.S.A. and with a 70+ year reputation for quality, premium Amana systems are known for their trusted durability and performance, holding some of the most comprehensive warranties in the biz.
  • Bryant air conditioners
    With the reputation for affordability, Bryant’s Whatever It Takes® philosophy empowers them to deliver quality products and service into the homes of customers and savings in efficiency that continue long after purchase and installation.
  • Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners
    An alternative to the typical, split, ducted HVAC system and an ideal solution for older homes with no space for retrofitting ductwork, Mitsubishi ductless systems are some of the most efficient on the market, offering superior performance up to 33.1 SEER. With no ducts needed, cooling loss via leakage and thermal transfer in attics/crawlspaces is eliminated, delivering superior cooling performance.

Read more: https://delcohvac.weebly.com/blog/how-to-buy-air-conditioners

Fall Furnace Preparations — September 18, 2018

Fall Furnace Preparations

As we begin to enjoy the early days of fall with our windows open and HVAC systems off, each of us would do well to remember to schedule our yearly furnace tune-up as soon as possible. All of the major HVAC contractors are flooding our mailboxes with coupons advertising special pricing to those few proactive homeowners that take advantage of the down season. Although some will listen, every year, without fail, there are thousands of homeowners that wait until there is snow on the ground to get the unit checked for the season. By waiting until the last minute, these homeowners create two big problems for themselves, and once you know what they are, you won’t be one to procrastinate on your furnace cleaning.

Your Furnace will Wait in Line
Nobody really enjoys waiting in line, but if you put off scheduling your furnace tune-up, that is exactly what you will do once you finally decide to call. All of those homeowners that were on top of their cleanings will have already been scheduled, and with the cold weather, there will also be emergency calls to compete with. You may end up having to schedule out your cleaning a few weeks, and you will have to start up the furnace and hope that it works properly until the technician arrives. If it doesn’t work properly, you could find yourself on the emergency call list for a repair that may not have been necessary had you called sooner.

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