Our Services

Bres-Core LLC


Our company specializes in plumbing, heating, and air conditioning for both commercial and residential customers in the beautiful state of New Jersey. Our priority is to provide the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and honesty throughout your entire project.

We strive to create lasting relationships by exceeding expectations and gaining trust through exceptional performance. Excellent quality and efficient service has helped BresCore Plumbing Heating and Air grow through repeat business and client referrals.

BresCore services all major brands and models of HVAC systems and plumbing fixtures. Our certified repair and install service specialists are highly skilled with years of experience to resolve your plumbing, heating, and air requirements. We use the best tools to bring affordable and long-lasting solutions.

Our phones are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to guarantee that we will be there when you need us. In addition, same-day and emergency services are available upon request.

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Heating & Air by Brescore

Providing you comfort from your home's heating and cooling system is our main concern. We can install any brand HVAC system you choose. As an authorized dealer for American Standard, we can offer you a choice of the best heating and air install service equipment to meet your needs.

The equipment is only as good as the people responsible for system design, installation, and backup service, which is why our standards are so high at BresCore.

Whether you need a simple or complex system, you can depend on heating and air services by BresCore to provide you with all the facts required to make a sound investment for your home. Our customers rely on our experience to see that their systems work properly to satisfy their residential heating and air conditioning needs.

Some of the Services We Provide

  • 24 hr. emergency service
  • Furnace troubleshooting
  • Furnace repair
  • Furnace replacement
  • Furnace installation
  • Boiler repairs
  • Boiler installations
  • Custom ductwork
  • Duct zoning
  • Air conditioning repair
  • Air conditioning installation
  • Vent exhaust hoods
  • Chimney liners
  • Energy star products
  • Air conditioning troubleshooting
  • Wired, wireless & digital thermostats
  • Ductless air conditioning installations
  • New systems in old or new construction
  • Indoor air quality including electronic air cleaner, UV lights, and whole-house humidifiers

Air Duct Cleaning & Testing

Studies indicate that 10%-30% of the heated or cooled air is lost, along with the money spent heating or cooling that air through leaky ducts. Appropriately sized, installed, and sealed ductwork will make your heating and cooling systems significantly more efficient.

However, energy loss is not the only concern. Duct systems can also involve the comfort of your family, employees, tenants, or customers, as well as your indoor air quality. Testing the ducts will locate leaks or damage and focus repair work in the right areas.

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Duct Blaster Test

What is a Duct Blaster Test? A diagnostic tool designed to measure the air-tightness of forced air heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) ductwork. A duct blaster consists of a calibrated fan for measuring an airflow rate and a pressure sensing device to measure the pressure created by the fan flow. The combination of pressure and fan flow measurements is used to determine the ductwork air-tightness.

When to perform the Test?
At Final (total leakage)

  • Most accurate, but hardest to troubleshoot
  • Best choice for ducts located in an area that will be accessible at final (unfinished basement, unconditioned attic, etc.)

At rough-in with air handler (total leakage)

  • Easier access to troubleshoot, but should always come back and visually verify that boots are sealed to subfloor/drywall
  • Desirable if ducts will be inaccessible later

At rough-in without an air handler

  • Least reliable as a quality indicator, visual verification of sealed boots and air handler needed
  • Avoid if quality duct installation is your goal

Duct or air handler outside conditioned space:

  • 2009 IECC:
  • Post-construction
  • 1 8% leakage to outdoors OR
  • 2 12% total duct leakage
  • At rough-in
  • 1 6% total duct leakage with air handler OR
  • 2 4% total duct leakage without an air handler
  • 2012 IECC:
  • 1 4% Total duct leakage at completion
  • 2 4% total duct leakage at rough-in with air handler
  • 3 3% total duct leakage at rough-in without an air handler

This is not difficult to achieve if you address the major sources of leakage.

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