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Affordable Heating, Boiler Repair and Installation Services in Little Falls, NJ

Little Falls is a small township in New Jersey with a total area of 2.87 square miles and a population of 14,500. The settlement of its first residents can be traced back to 1,711 people who originally lived here; when some Dutch homesteaders began farming here.

If you are from Little Falls, you will know that winters are really cold here. Our company have been offering heating system repair services in this region for many years. For heating system repair and installation, get in touch with our experienced technicians at Atlantic HVAC & Plumbing.

 

“Thank you guys for installing my new furnace so quickly. Their workers were so professional (…) I would definitely recommend them to my family and friends.”

Tonia Clarke

 

 

Furnace Repair, Installation, and Maintenance Services

As an experienced heating system repair company, we know how important it is to get your furnace repair done in a timely manner. But how do you know that your furnace needs a repair? Well, you can look out for a couple of signs, such as fuel issues, electrical issues, mechanical issues, and dirt buildup.

Whether you need to get your existing furnace repaired or a new one installed, you can rely on our technicians. They are experienced in repairing and installing all types of furnaces and will be happy to help.

 

Boiler Repair and Installation Services

We have been offering a variety of boiler repair and installation services in this region for the past two decades. Over the years, we have gained a reputation as a reliable and professional heating system repair company. We can fix your existing boiler, install a new one, and provide advice about successful boiler maintenance and which model is the right choice for you.

 

Central Heating System Repair, Installation, and Replacement Services

During the cold season in Little Falls, the safety of your family and staff depends upon the smooth running of your central heating system.

Even if you have frequently maintained your central heating system, eventually you will have to replace it with a more modern model. Even the most durable units do not last more than a couple of decades.

Here are some common problems you might be having with your central heating system:

  • Problems with the ignition control or pilot light
  • Clogged or dirty filters
  • Lack of airflow and circulation
  • A faulty thermostat
  • An overrun heat pump
  • A moldy furnace
  • Leaky ductwork
  • No fuel
  • High energy bills

Whatever the issue, our experienced technicians are here to resolve it. Just give us a call!

 

Oil to Natural Gas Conversion

If you are looking for a clean source of fuel to heat your home, gas is a great option.

These days, many people are reluctant to use oil as a fossil fuel. There are multiple reasons for this. When oil burns, it leaves a residue known as soot. As a result, your heating system may require frequent cleaning.

Gas is more environmentally friendly than oil – it is more efficient and less expensive. So gas is the better choice if you want to reduce your carbon footprint. Gas is also better for air quality.

Want to make that switch? Get in touch.

 

Frozen Pipe Repair

A frozen pipe can cause havoc in your home or workplace. Fortunately, our technicians can unfreeze pipes quickly using their specialist tools and know-how.

We strongly advise against trying to solve this problem on your own. This is because, though it may seem a simple task, melting a frozen pipe requires specialist knowledge and tools (such as a heat lamp, heating pad, hairdryer, and heat gun).

With Atlantic HVAC & Plumbing, our technicians can get the job done in a professional and timely manner, so you don’t have to worry. So if you need a heating system repair, just give us a call!

 

Radiant Heating System Repair & Installation

A radiant heating system works by directly supplying heat to the panels in the floor, ceiling, or walls of a house. When the system is installed within the floor, it is referred to as floor heating or radiant floor heating.

Radiant floor heating systems come in three different types. Air-heated models, electric radiant floor heating systems, and hydronic radiant heating systems. The most cost-effective and popular of these models are hydronic systems.

Regardless of the type of radiant heating system you have, our technicians are available for any advice you might need in terms of repair or installation. We can help you choose the best model for your home if you are looking to install a radiant heating system for the first time. We will assess your existing radiant heating system and let you know whether you should repair or replace it.

 

Hot Forced-Air Heating System Repair, Installation, and Replacement

Hot forced-air systems are widely used in Little Falls during the winter. These systems evenly distribute warm air throughout your home or office.

This system can provide warmth to your entire home in a very short amount of time. So in the long-run, forced-air systems are not only reliable but also cost-effective. If you are thinking of getting a forced-air system installed for the first time, we can help you choose the best model for your home or office. 

The installation process is not complicated, however, it must be completed by experienced technicians. Fortunately, our technicians have the right experience and expertise to install all types of hot forced air systems and for all forced-air heating system repairs.

So whether you’re looking for a new unit installation or a heating system repair, get in touch with us at Atlantic HVAC & Plumbing today.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Heating Services

How can I choose the right furnace for my home?

If you are thinking of getting a new furnace installed, make sure you talk to an expert. We have technicians with adequate knowledge of furnace installations. They will evaluate your space and let you know the correct size and model you need.

As a rule of thumb, the furnace should not be too big or too small for a space. If it is too big, you will have to pay high electricity bills. And if it is too small, the furnace will fail to provide adequate heat to your home.

 

Why is my thermostat unresponsive to changes?

If your thermostat is completely unresponsive, you should probably check the battery first. This can also happen if the circuit breaker is tripped. Your furnace has a safety switch. If it is activated, the screen of your thermostat will go blank.

If you fail to diagnose the problem, do not hesitate to give us a call. Our technicians will arrive in the shortest possible time, to diagnose the problem, and fix it. 

 

Can I save energy by closing the vents?

The short answer is no. If you close the vents, you will in fact end up wasting energy. In the long run, the system will require costly repairs. Your furnace is supposed to heat a particular area of space. And if you alter it, the performance of your furnace will be affected. For an even flow, make sure the doors are open. Closing the vents is a bad idea.

 

What can I do to deal with carbon monoxide inside my home?

By ensuring the proper maintenance of your heating system, you can significantly reduce the emission of carbon monoxide. But this colorless, odorless and dangerous gas can come from other sources.

Other fuel-burning appliances such as fireplaces, ovens, and heaters also emit carbon monoxide. To know if the level of carbon monoxide inside your home is normal, you can get a CO alarm installed in your home. It will let you know when the level of carbon monoxide is not normal.