Heating and HVAC for Your New Jersey Home

When you think of the Jersey Shore, you normally think about going to the beach with family, getting something to eat on the boardwalk, and soaking in the sun on a hot summer day. That’s only part of the year though, and as Jersey Shore residents know, it gets COLD in the winter too. Keeping your home warm and comfortable in the winter is just as important as having the air conditioner keeping you cool in the summer.

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Comfort Now by Bob McAllister wants to keep your home comfortable all year long, which is why we want to let you know that you have a lot of options when it comes to heating. You can choose a new energy efficient system that keeps the whole home comfortable, or you could add a complementary piece to your home that takes care of that one problem room. When it comes to HVAC services down the shore, we have all the bases covered…

High Efficiency Heaters

Comfort Now by Bob McAllister wants to help you find the right high-efficiency heating system for your South Jersey home. And we will expertly install it so you can enjoy years of reliable service. A high-efficiency heating system can pay for itself through energy savings and by requiring less maintenance. Comfort Now By Bob McAllister has heating systems for every type of home and budget.

A heating and air conditioning system is something that should last you for years. Making a decision that only thinks about the present is a mistake! If this system is going to be in your home for years to come, you should make sure you take into account things like…

  • How much money it will cost to run?
  • Will it keep the entire house comfortable?
  • How long will it last with maintenance and service?

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Why Efficiency Matters

“Give me 6 hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first 4 sharpening the axe.” – Abraham Lincoln

President Lincoln wasn’t referring to the heating and cooling of your home with this quote, but speaking really to how important it is to do a job efficiently with the proper tools! We feel the same way here at Comfort Now By Bob McAllister, and realize how important it is to be efficient when it comes to how much energy is used to heat and cool your home.

Environmentally Friendly

Keeping our environmental footprint to a minimum is key. The less energy we use, the better it is for the environment!

Save Money

Saving money on energy bills is one of the biggest incentives for using energy efficient equipment.

Keep Your Home Comfy

Maybe most importantly, energy efficient equipment is designed to keep your home comfortable!

Hybrid/Ductless Heat

Many homeowners struggle to spend less money, use less resources and reduce their environmental impact without giving up comfort and warmth. Today’s high efficiency heating systems allow you to save money while enjoying more comfort. Though most manufacturers call their furnaces “high efficiency,” the Department of Energy only refers to units as “high efficiency” if they have an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) higher than 90 percent. Ductless Heating and Cooling can comfort different parts of your home without overcompensating for the spaces you aren’t using.


Ductless Units can heat and cool parts of your home separately.

Ductless Units can heat and cool parts of your home separately, saving you money and energy.

Heat Pumps

A heat pump can be used to heat and cool a home. Heat pumps constantly move warm air from one place to another in your home, depending on the season. Even when the air is cold outside, heat energy is present. And when it’s warm outside, the heat pump reverses direction and removes the heat from your home. By moving heat, instead of generating it, you can save on your home heating bills.

Boilers (In Floor Radiant, Baseboard & Radiators)
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Radiant floor heating is silent and the ideal way to heat a home without blowing dust and allergens through the home like a traditional system would. Subfloor heating has been around for centuries. It used to require pre-construction installation, but with today’s innovations, it is perfect for existing home retrofits.