We said it then, but it’s never been so true:
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, AROUND THE CLOCK, WE SELL QUALITY!
New England H.V.A.C. Services was founded in 1978. We are a fully insured and licensed mechanical company. We’ve grown from a service van to a 1.5 million dollar state of the art fabricating facility and we’re already looking to move and expand again.
Whether residential, commercial or industrial, we strive to be in first place. Quality workmanship is our first goal and always has been. We like to think we set a standard in this industry throughout the tri-state area.
We’re based in Hoboken, but also service the surrounding communities of NYC, Jersey City, Weehawken, North Bergen, West New York, Union City, Cliffside Park, Edgewater, and Secaucus. We are familiar working with all types of brands including American Standard, Bryant, Tempstar, Lennox, Ducane, ICP, Goodman, Colman, Amana, Trane, and many more.
Quality workmanship is not expensive, it’s priceless!
You cannot leave the installation of a heating and cooling system in a brownstone or historic building to just anyone. With thirty-five years experience behind us, New England delivers. We design these systems from the ground up with state of the art software. Using floor supplied air distribution we can alleviate those unsightly ceiling diffusers, without risking damage to the integrity of existing plaster walls and ornamental moldings. We work with architects and aesigners to ensure your satisfaction when the job is completed. There are no second chances here. Once the sheetrock goes up, you have to live with it.
When contemplating your investment and renovation costs, heating and air conditioning is not the place to cut corners. Taking a recommendation from your general contractor who knows someone that can handle it could be your first turn to disaster. He’s thinking with his wallet which is in not in your best interest. Choosing the right mechanical contractor from the start is a no-brainer. We have over two hundred plus historic buildings to our credit and the references to back it up.