Byadmin | December 16, 2019

Freshen Up Your Indoor Air with an Energy Recovery Ventilation System

You may have heard the term “air exchanger.” But do you know what that is, what it does,
Byadmin | November 22, 2019

With Gratitude for What We Have: Bloomfield Cooling, Heating & Electric Gives Back to the Community

Since his company’s early days in the HVAC business, Mike DeJoseph, president and founder of Bloomfield Cooling, Heating
Byadmin | October 22, 2019

The Importance of Humidifiers on Forced Hot Air Units

Many American homes with central heating systems have a forced hot air furnace. This type of HVAC unit
Byadmin | September 26, 2019

It’s Standby Generator Season. Is Your Home Prepared?

Recent natural disasters are a tragic reminder of the damage and havoc that severe weather events can cause.
Byadmin | August 21, 2019

Shining the Spotlight on Bloomfield Cooling, Heating & Electric’s July Award Winners

Every month, several employees at Bloomfield Cooling, Heating & Electric are recognized by their co-workers and management for
Byadmin | July 26, 2019

The Benefits of an HVAC Contractor that Offers Electrical Services

Congratulations—you’ve selected a licensed, certified HVAC contractor to install your heating and/or central air conditioning system. But what
Byadmin | June 26, 2019

Looking for a Hot Career? Look Into HVAC Installation and Service

Career opportunities for HVAC installers and service technicians abound. These trained and certified technicians install, service, and repair
Byadmin | May 23, 2019

Importance of HVAC Service Agreements for your Residential System

Installing a high-quality heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system in your home is the first step to improving
Byadmin | April 16, 2019

Why a Dehumidifier is an Important Part of Your Home’s HVAC System

It doesn’t take a flood from a storm or broken pipes to require the work of a dehumidifier
Byadmin | March 15, 2019

Spring is Nearly Here – and so is Spring HVAC Maintenance Season

The temperatures in northern New Jersey are still fluctuating between winter cold and hints of warmer spring—but at
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