Forked River Air Conditioning Contractor

A traditional residential home comfort system has two parts, an indoor unit which is the air handler and an outdoor unit.  Your air conditioner or heat pump is the outdoor unit that cools air and sends it to the air handler for circulation through your home. Indoor and outdoor AC equipment is designed to work together. When the air conditioner is properly matched with the correct air handler, you get maximum efficiency and longer system life. As a professional AC contractor, Joe Clancy can recommend and install just the right air conditioning equipment for your home.


Crystal Heat & Air is a full service heating and cooling contractor, providing quality service to residential and commercial clients in Ocean, Monmouth, Burlington, Atlantic, and Cape May counties of New Jersey.  From remodeling to new construction, from equipment upgrades to service contracts, Crystal Heat & Air is dedicated to delivering you quality AC Contractor services that fill your need for professional and trust worthy services.

Our reputation for being trust worthy and professional is hard earned over years of providing a consistently high quality of service.  We have respect for your time, when we set an appointment, we are on-time.


Referrals are a big part of our business. If our customers are happy, they recommend us to their friends, this is extremely important to us.  Our goal is to keep our customers for life, so we back up all of our work with a satisfaction guarantee.

When selecting a new central air system for your home, there are a wide range of options and solutions. As a Forked River Air Conditioning Contractor, Crystal Heat & Air can help you with useful suggestions and professional advice on all of your HVAC equipment options.

As a Forked River NJ Air Conditioning Contractor, we realize that there are other factors in successful indoor climate control in Forked River.  Humidity is one of the variables that can affect the indoor comfort of your home.  High humidity in cool temperatures can give you a wet clammy feeling. The same high humidity in warmer temperatures can cause a wet sticky feeling.

High humidity can also increase the growth rate of mold and mildew throughout your house.  This potentially causes health issues and could also lead to the early replacement of clothes, fabrics and wall coverings. All air conditioning systems remove some humidity when they are running but on very humid days this may not be enough. A dehumidifier or dehumidification system can take out up to 15 times more moisture from the air than a standard air conditioning system.  The cost of operation is minimal when compared to heating and cooling.

To schedule an appointment for an on-site estimate, call Joe today at 732-300-4907 or email for non emergencies.