Our New Jersey Air Conditioning and Heating Showroom is Open!

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Our New Jersey Air Conditioning and Heating Showroom is Open!

Richair's New Jersey Heating and Air Conditioning Showroom, located at 311 Washington Ave in Bergenfield, officially opened on April 4th. We're excited to expand our expertise as air conditioning and heating contractors into the New Jersey market!

Our New Jersey location will showcase the same top-of-the-line ductless mini split air conditioners and heating systems as our original Queens showroom, including the Sanyo mini split air conditioner and Mitsubishi "Mr. Slim" ductless air conditioning models, Fujitsu ductless ac systems and many more. Make an appointment to visit anytime between 8AM and 5PM weekdays, or 8AM and 1PM Saturdays on our showroom page.

We look forward to showing off the legendary customer service and expertise of our comfort consultants to our New Jersey customers. For more information including a statement from our CFO, read our online press release.


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