Heating Services in Toms River or Brick, NJ

Heating Services in Toms River or Brick, NJ

Whether you've lost heat entirely or are just looking to replace your current boiler or furnace, our professional, fully qualified heating technicians are ready to come to your aid with fast and reliable service. These highly skilled pros are able to make repairs and analyze system efficiency and performance for most brands. Most importantly, they work on both hot air furnaces & hydronic hot water boilers.

Cooling Services

Do you need service on your air conditioner or cooling system? The first hot day of summer is not the right time to find out you do. If your air conditioning unit is over 10 years old, it may be time for a retrofit or the installation of a completely new unit. At Lezgus Plumbing, Heating & Cooling we know that selecting an air conditioner for your home is a huge investment and a big decision. We are here to guide you through the process to ensure that we are making the right repairs or installing the correct air conditioner for your home.

Make Your Home's HVAC System More Efficient

1) Preventive Maintenance

The first hot day of summer is not the time to realize that your air conditioner needs work. Having a professional routinely check your air conditioner or heater will increase the life of your HVAC system, improve your home's energy efficiency, reduce pollutants in your home and of course save you money!

2) Replace your air conditioning filters regularly

Did you know that a dirty air conditioning filter can increase energy use in your home? A dirty air conditioning filter can reduce airflow and affect the efficiency of your home's cooling system. Make sure you are replacing your air conditioning filters with new, clean filters once a month during the summer.

3) Upgrade to a programmable thermostat

Programmable thermostats are designed to maximize the performance of your heating and cooling system with reliable, accurate temperature control. A programmable thermostat can save you about $100 in a year, which means that installing one can pay for itself in two years or less.