HVAC Solutions

  • Custom Duct Work Service

    We customize stock items in different sizes, shapes, and styles to suit your specific needs. Additionally, we can create a new product based on your provided sketch or details, including metal thickness, end types, and shipping address. If you're unfamiliar with any terms, we're here to guide you through the process.

  • Premium Quality, Unbeatable Prices

    Discover top-notch HVAC solutions in Perth Amboy at unbeatable prices. Our expert team ensures premium quality services for all your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs. Experience unparalleled comfort with HVAC excellence. Contact us today!

  • Work the best, with the best!

    We will deliver its passion to improve in each project and the illusion of satisfying the needs of our clients. We have national coverage of qualified personnel, which allows us to provide a timely and quality solution to any type of need that may arise. We will get to know the client and work hand in hand with them in a proactive, professional and transparent manner.


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    Gobi II 11 GPH Universal Voltage Condensate Removal Pump (120/240V)

    Note: The wiring for this pump has changed from all previous versions. You MUST REMOVE ALL OLD WIRING. NEW power and alarm wires are included. New wires MUST be used and grounded when installing this new pump. Please be sure to follow new installation instructions.

    The all new Gobi II condensate pump has been completely redesigned retaining all the good features you like and upgrading everything else. The Gobi II has a massive flow range allowing its use from 6,000 Btu/H (1.75kW) up to 120,000 Btu/H (35 kW). Its digital water sensor, universal voltage and user configurable flow ensure it is the strongest, quietest under A/C mounted condensate pump on the market today.

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    DDS-60 / 60A Fused A/C Disconnect w/ Side Open (240V)

    Fused model designed with fuses in pull-out handle for easy replacement. The line, load, and ground terminals are aligned for ease of wiring. This product has a reversible door which opens to either the left or right. The side open door opens more than 180 degrees for maximum access and has a full dead front. The fused models have indicator lights for blown fuses. This is rain tight and sleet resistant. The UL Listed number is IRF9, NEMA Type 3R and the US Patent is 6,630,637

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    3/4" x 6' Conduit Kit (Non-Metallic Connectors)

    Liquid-tight flexible conduit system. A labor saving convenience kit for A/C unit hookup. Also used for heat pumps, refrigeration, hot tubs, swimming pools and outdoor lighting. Three distinct wire colors for ease of hook-up. 1 straight and 1 90° metallic or non-metallic connector. 90° connector is removable for straight connections. (Second straight connector not included.) U.L. & C.U.L Listed.

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Energy-efficient air conditioners

There are practical and economical solutions to almost all noise problems in the built environment. To approach the solution to any specific noise problem, we need to:

  • The basic principles of acoustics and how noise — unwanted sound is produced, how it propagates, and how it is controlled.
  • Approach the problem from three standpoints: the source of noise, the path it travels, and the point of reception.
  • Become familiar with the treatments and modifications that can be applied to HVAC system to reduce unwanted noise and vibration
  • What is Sound and Noise?

    Sound is a form of mechanical energy transmitted by vibration of the molecules of whatever medium the sound is passing through. Noise may be defined as "unwanted or undesired sound", which interferes with speech, concentration or sleep. In the majority of rooms or open spaces, the most common source of disturbing noise is the HVAC noise. The primary objective for acoustical design of HVAC systems and equipment is to ensure that the acoustical environment in a given space is not unacceptably affected by HVAC system-related noise or vibration. In HVAC systems, the source of noise is a combination of different processes, such as mechanical noise from fan(s), pump(s), compressor(s), motor(s), control dampers, VAV boxes and air outlets such as diffusers, grilles, dampers and registers.


Air conditioning is a combined process that performs many functions simultaneously. It conditionsthe air, transports it, and introduces it to the conditioned space. It provides heating and cooling fromits central plant or rooftop units. It also controls and maintains the temperature, humidity, airmovement, air cleanliness, sound level, and pressure differential in a space within predetermined imits for the comfort and health of the occupants of the conditioned space or for the purpose of product processing. The term HVAC&R is an abbreviation of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigerating. The combination of processes in this commonly adopted term is equivalent to the current definition of air conditioning. Because all these individual component processes were developed prior to the more complete concept of air conditioning, the term HVAC&R is often used by the industry.

  • Provide the cooling and heating energy required.
  • Distribute the conditioned air, containing sufficient outdoor air, to the conditioned space.
  • Condition the supply air, that is, heat or cool, humidify or dehumidify, clean and purify, andattenuate any objectionable noise produced by the HVAC&R equipment.
  • Control and maintain the indoor environmental parameters – such as temperature, humidity, cleanliness, air movement, sound level, and pressure differential between the conditioned spaceand surroundings — within predetermined limits.

Energy-efficient air conditioners

Energy-efficient HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, such as air conditioners, can help you save money on your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint. These systems use less energy to cool and heat your home, which means you'll be using less electricity and generating fewer greenhouse gas emissions. There are several types of energy-efficient HVAC systems available, including air-source heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps, and evaporative coolers. Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, so it's important to consider your needs and budget before making a decision. To get the most out of your energy-efficient HVAC system, it's also important to properly maintain it and replace any worn-out parts. This can help ensure that it's running at its most efficient and extend its lifespan. You can find energy-efficient HVAC systems and supplies at many HVAC supply stores or online.

In addition to saving money on energy bills and reducing your carbon footprint, energy-efficient HVAC systems also have a number of other benefits. For example, they tend to be quieter than traditional systems, which can be a major advantage if you live in a small space or if you're sensitive to noise. They also tend to be more reliable and have longer lifespans, which can save you money on repairs and replacements.

Another advantage of energy-efficient HVAC systems is that they can improve indoor air quality. Traditional systems can sometimes recirculate stale, polluted air, which can lead to health problems such as allergies and asthma. Energy-efficient systems, on the other hand, are designed to bring in fresh, clean air from outside, which can help improve your overall health and well-being.


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