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Morristown NJ, We're Here To Keep You Comfy!

Green Apple Mechanical is a full-service HVAC contractor specializing in heating, air conditioning and plumbing in Morristown NJ.

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Emergency Is What We Do Best!!

We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week, rain or shine, snow or heat wave, holidays or weekdays – we are here to assist you whenever you need help, we know machines tend to break at the worst possible time, Thanksgiving – we’ve been there, middle of a snowstorm – that’s the time the boiler loves to break down, we’ve dealt with that too, a 5 day heat scorcher, AC gives up life – we know and we have been there to cool back your home and family.

We provide instant relief when it hurts the most, our phone operators take service order at any time and connect you with one of our team members who know how to calm you down with a perfect solution you will not have to wait long for to come.

We’ve been taking service calls in northern New Jersey for years, we know the terrain, weather-related problem, style of home structures, we know the weak spots, the equipment and there for can provide the fastest solution to the problem. Our summers are extremely hot and humid, our winter can be brutal and your home needs to weather it all. Our next job after the fix is alert you about year-round maintenance.

A Name You Can Trust

Green Apple Mechanical is a Family owned and operated company, with the environment in mind, we are your one-stop shop for heating, air conditioning, and plumbing services

It all starts with a personal touch, immediate availability, taking the stress away from you.

Our years of experience take you beyond problem-solving and into avoiding future problems altogether by educating you about how better you can maintain your equipment, prepare for the changing seasons and how best to handle machines during off seasons.

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1) Water Heaters Many people believe that if their water heater kicks on and there is loud rumbling noise that it is going to explode. This isn’t actually the truth, as this noise is just a result of sediment that has collected in the tank. It is made up of loose materials, but mostly calcium, […]

Most Common Plumbing Misconceptions

1) Water Heaters
Many people believe that if their water heater kicks on and there is loud rumbling noise that it is going to explode. This isn’t actually the truth, as this noise is just a result of sediment that has collected in the tank. It is made up of loose materials, but mostly calcium, from the hard water inside. It then sinks to the bottom of the tank where it is heated up, and the sediment prevents the heat from rising properly, therefore making bubbles that cause a popping sound. When there is sediment collected in the bottom of your tank, it’s a waste of gas and it makes your water heater inefficient. If your current water heater is more than 15 years old, you may want to consider purchasing a new one. If this is happening and your water heater is newer, you can just drain and flush it on a regular basis to get rid of the sediment.

2) Leaky Faucets
“Oh, it only drips every once in a while, I’m not going to get it fixed!” This is the outlook that many homeowners have, but unfortunately, a leaking drain can cause large scale plumbing disasters if gone untreated. This is also not good for the environment either. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, household leaks account for 1 trillion gallons of wasted water a year. A leaking faucet will lead to a higher water bill, and it can cause larger issues. If a drip continues for a while, it can begin to stain the plumbing fixtures, meaning you will spend more money on repairs or replacements.

3) Toilets
There is a common myth that putting a brick in the back of your toilet tank will help save on your water bill. The truth is that bricks will begin to deteriorate over time, and can cause items in the tank to break. Also, the reason for doing it can also backfire and you can end up displacing too much water.
Another common myth associated with toilet systems is that if you use wipes that are labeled as “flushable” then you can still put them down the toilet. While you can do this, any plumber would advise you not to. They don’t biodegrade like toilet paper and are beginning to cause many plumbing problems.

One last myth about a toilet system is that toilet bowl tablets containing bleach will keep the toilet clean for a long period of time. While bleach can clean a toilet bowl, it shouldn’t be kept in the system for too long. The bleach can begin to destroy the parts of your toilet within six months. Bleach in the toilet bowl is fine, but don’t let it hang around in the tank for more than 10 minutes. Make sure that you flush it through to prevent any kind of preventable damage.
4) Garbage Disposals
Some people believe that putting a lemon peel down the disposal will make it smell nicer. While this is true, it isn’t exactly the right solution to odor control unless you know that your disposal can handle cutting through the peel. If your disposal is older, you may want to skip out on the lemon peel and reach for a bottle of vinegar instead. Vinegar will freshen up your garbage disposal, and it is liquid, so no damage will be done to the blades in the process.

Green Apple Mechanical NJ are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the NJ area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priority. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs call toll-free @888-611-7191

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Each aspect in an HVAC system heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contributes to maintaining your home’s interior climate. All parts of the HVAC system must be properly maintained to make sure everything works as it ought to, so regular system maintenance is vital to getting the most out of your air conditioner and heater. The […]

Why You Must Care For Your HVAC System

Each aspect in an HVAC system heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contributes to maintaining your home’s interior climate. All parts of the HVAC system must be properly maintained to make sure everything works as it ought to, so regular system maintenance is vital to getting the most out of your air conditioner and heater. The benefits of regular maintenance include the following:

  • Reduce repairs: Obviously, the better maintained an HVAC unit is, the fewer repairs it will need.  Scheduling an HVAC System maintenance visit, allows heating and cooling experts to examine your system for normal wear and minor issues. These issues can then be resolved promptly, eliminating the possibility of major and costly problems later on.
  • Maintain efficiency: Wear on a unit will force it to work harder and use more energy to do its job, making a worn unit less efficient overall. Regular maintenance visits will keep everything running smoothly, which in turn helps maintain your HVAC system’s efficiency as it uses less fuel.
  • Extend lifetime: As with cars, hearts, and friends, if you take good care of your HVAC system, they will last longer. This means you won’t have to replace your heating or cooling unit early. On the other hand, neglecting maintenance can allow normal use to wear down various components of the unit and ultimately lead to a breakdown.
  • Preserve your warranty: A final way that getting regular maintenance on your HVAC helps you get the most out of it is by preserving the warranty. In some cases, the warranty on a heating or cooling unit can be voided if you neglect seasonal maintenance. This means you will not only have a more frequent need for repairs, but those repairs will be more expensive.

Generally, most units need routine maintenance from a Green Apple Mechanical NJ professional on an annual basis. These visits include diagnostic checkups on heating and cooling units, monitoring system performance, cleaning ducts, fans, and internal components, checking thermostats, and making needed repairs or replacements.

This checkup should be done before the unit is needed for the season. This means air conditioners should be checked before spring and heaters should be serviced before fall. This ensures the unit is ready to go before you need it. In addition, it will help prevent any existing problems from compounding themselves before they can be detected.

Green Apple Mechanical NJ are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the NJ area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priority. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs call toll-free @888-611-7191

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1.      Check for power The first step in investigating your HVAC problem involves making sure it’s being powered in the first place. Check your home’s circuit box for a tripped breaker. It’s possible that a loss of electricity could have occurred, particularly if there was a recent storm or power outage in the area. Oftentimes, […]

Do These Before You Call For HVAC Help

1.      Check for power

The first step in investigating your HVAC problem involves making sure it’s being powered in the first place. Check your home’s circuit box for a tripped breaker. It’s possible that a loss of electricity could have occurred, particularly if there was a recent storm or power outage in the area. Oftentimes, your air conditioning and heating can stop working for no reason other than a tripped breaker, and the only action necessary is resetting the power. If your air starts working again, then no HVAC service call is needed.

However, if your system often causes the circuit to break, this could be indicative of a more serious problem. If you experience more than one circuit breaker issue per month, we recommend that you call to have your system inspected, and have the wiring of your home evaluated by an electrician.

2.      Replace thermostat batteries

If you have a programmable thermostat and the screen appears blank, with no options for your input, the problem is likely a loss of power caused by batteries. Dead or dying thermostat batteries can create a situation where your air conditioning and heating may not function properly. This can lead to air that isn’t as warm or as cool as you’d like, or air that won’t even turn on and circulate in the first place. Before calling for service, replace the batteries with fresh ones and see if that fixes the problem. If it doesn’t, then it may be necessary to call for service.

3.      Clean or replace filters

If you think your air conditioning or heating is broken, check your filters. A dirty or blocked air filter can cause your system to turn on and off repeatedly and keep your home from reaching a comfortable temperature. We recommended cleaning or replacing your filters every 60 days at a minimum. If people in your home suffer from severe allergies or asthma, or if you have pets, consider changing your filters more frequently to keep the air as clean as possible.

Reusable filters should be cleaned regularly to prevent the buildup of dust, dirt, and other debris. To easily clean your filters, follow these steps:

  1. Remove the filter from the vent
  2. Take the filter outside to avoid getting dirt and debris in your home
  3. Brush any dirt and debris off the filter and into a trashcan
  4. Use a vacuum with an attachment to remove any remaining debris
  5. Wash the filter with running water
  6. Allow the filter to air dry, and then reinstall the filter
  7. Green Apple Mechanical NJ are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the NJ area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priority. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs call toll-free @888-611-7191
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