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  1. What to do before calling Emergency HVAC Service Having a HVAC problem is never a good situation. However, not all HVAC issues are created equal. If you’ve ever experienced a problem with your HVAC System, you know the importance of receiving quick and reliable service, so you need to immediately hire a local HVAC Contractor near you. An emergency doesn’t wait for convenience, and at HVACEquator, we don’t waste any time. We are the HVAC experts in New Jersey a well-known local HVAC Company near you, so it’s our job to get your systems back up and running when you need them the most. Our team is available to give you 24 hours HVAC services day and night, so you’ll never be left stranded when it comes to HVAC repair. It can be difficult to sleep through a summer night without an air conditioner, and a working heater is just as important during the winter. Our 24 / 7 Emergency HVAC services and repair can help. Just call: 973-666-1018. Before calling for emergency HVAC service, it’s a good idea to first try these strategies:  Check your thermostat to make sure that the air conditioning or heat hasn’t been turned off. Go to your circuit box and look to see if a circuit breaker has been tripped. Often, returning a lever to its on position can instantly solve the problem of a unit that has stopped working. Most of the time, an air flow from the furnace gets blocked because of the dirty filters. The filters get some dirt particles or trash in it and results in reduction of air flow. Be wise and have a professional mind and change your filter regularly to avoid Furnace cessation.   Call HVACEquatorat973-666-1018for regular and all emergency HVAC repairs at any time, day or night.We’re here to help 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.