Case Studies

As the saying goes, "The proof is in the pudding"! There is no better way to make informed decisions about your home's heating and cooling systems than to check out some of the work that we have performed. This page contains a compilation of projects that Point Bay Fuel has performed in Ocean and Monmouth Counties, NJ. We encourage you to browse through these case studies and feel free to contact us with any questions.

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HVAC Contractor Bayville NJ

Problem: The Guevara family had a noisy and undependable furnace that was well past its prime. They also had an outdated air-conditioner that used R22 refrigerant, which is no longer in use, and a badly oxidized coil. They contacted Point Bay Fuel to discuss the problem and provide the best possible solution to meet their needs.

Solution: Point Bay Fuel installed a brand-new air conditioner and furnace, both manufactured by Air Temp. The Guevara family now has a reliable, quiet, and efficient heating and air-conditioning system.

Brick NJ Furnace Tune Up

Brick NJ Furnace Tune-Up

Problem: Point Bay Fuel was called into this Brick NJ home to conduct an annual heating system tune-up. Yet, when our technician inspected the unit, he discovered that the furnace had a cracked heat exchanger. The heat exchanger needed to be replaced.

Solution: We were able to replace the heat exchanger and get the furnace back in operating condition. This saved the homeowner from having to invest in a new heating system.

Granby oil tank Installation in Jackson New Jersey

Jackson, NJ Heating Oil Tank Installation

Problem: The homeowners noticed that their above ground oil tank was rusting. They wanted to replace it before further problems occurred.

Solution: We installed a Granby double bottom oil tank in their home. The homeowners can now rely on their new oil tank to keep them safe and avoid any heating oil leaks at their home.

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Spring Lake Air Conditioning System Replacement

Problem: After seeing a brochure in our office that informed consumers about the R-22 phase out, the homeowner decided to replace their air conditioner because it used this type of refrigerant. Due to the AC unit’s age, it was on its last leg anyhow.

Solution: We replaced the homeowner’s air conditioner with a new American Standard condenser and air handler which operates on the more environmentally friendly refrigerant, R-410A. In addition to the homeowner getting an AC system that is more eco-friendly, they will also get an air conditioner that is far more energy efficient.

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