Zip Air LLC

30 Glen Road

Sparta, NJ 07871

 

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NJNG IS BRINGING NATURAL GAS TO THE RESIDENTS OF LAKE SHAWNEE, JEFFERSON TWP, NJ

  • PHASE 1 - NJNG broke ground this past April (2019) beginning near First Beach from the club house to Beaver's Cove, ( area shown in green - see Section 1 on LSCP map). NJNG projects it will take 4 months to complete (August 2019).

  • Call NJNG to set up your customer account and request a meter to be connected to your home.           1- 800-221-0051

  • Find A Contractor:  Zip Air is a local small business located in Lake Shawnee. We are a participating contractor of the (NJNG) Save Green Project. We provide Free Estimates and will discuss the options available to you that will meet your project objectives and stay within budget. We have provided links and resources regarding the current incentives being offered. We look forward to the opportunity to become your trusted HVAC contractor for this project and for all your future HVAC needs. Call us today (973) 936-2017 .

 

Look for our Ad in the upcoming Lake Shawnee Newsletter!

 

NEWS ARTICLES REGARDING THE LAKE SHAWNEE CONVERSIONS PROJECT:

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As you can see we have started in the installation of the gas main in Lake Shawnee.

Above is a color coded map with the phases and timeline of the gas main installation.  Phase 1 will take APPROXIMATELY 4 months to complete. 

Also download the explanation of the fees associated with getting gas to your house.

If you are in phase 2, 3, or 4, please contact me to sign up for the natural gas when we are starting the main installation in that phase.

Regards, Brian --- To be added to Brian's email list contact him directly at BKlinger@NJNG.com

April 2, 2019

Get Ready to Save Energy and Money. Natural Gas is coming to the Lake Shawnee area.

Dear Homeowners,

Thank you for completing our New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) survey.The installation of natural gas in Lake Shawnee for phase 1is now underway. (See map with phases and timeline - below). Once we (NJNG) start, it will take APPROXIMATELY 4 months to complete the installation in this phase,barring inclement weather or poor digging conditions.Now is the time to save energy and money by converting your central heating equipment to clean, energy-efficient natural gas.

 

Your next step is to obtain an estimate from a heating contractor to replace your heating system.Remember, NJNG installs the mains and service lines that bring natural gas to your home,and your heating contractor performs all the work from NJNG’s meter to the equipment and appliances inside your home.

 

Once you convert to natural gas, these charges will appear on your NJNG bill:

•$15 one-time account opening charge on your firstbill

•$100road opening permit (due at time of application)

•$8.70monthly customer charge (after the meter is installed)

•Charges for the natural gas you consumed.

 

Don’t forget there are limited-time rebates and incentives now available to make the move to natural gas even more affordable.Visit savegreenproject.com or call 877-455-NJNG (6564) to speak directly to a representative in the Save Green Department about these valuable incentives. You can also use our Fuel Cost Savings Calculator to see how much money you’ll save by switching to natural gas. Visit www.natgassaves.com. You’ll be amazed at the savings! When you are ready to start saving money with natural gas heat, call (Brian Klinger) me at 973-586-4691 to schedule an appointment to complete our new service application. In the meantime, please share this good news with your neighbors in Phase 1 who may also be interested in making the move to natural gas. I look forward to helping you save energy and money!

 

Best Regards,

Brian Klinger Senior

1415 Wyckoff Road P.O. Box 1464 Wall, NJ 07719Phone: 800-221-0051 www.njng.comMarketing Consultant

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As reported in The Jefferson Chronicle last month, Mayor Russell Felter noted the town is “working diligently” with NJNG to offer services in Jefferson. During a Chamber of Commerce dinner, he said the gas company would be coming to Lake Shawnee this year. “The goal is to reach up to Route 181 by Weldon Quarry,” he stated, adding that “approximately 2,600 to 2,800 homes are expected to convert to natural gas this area.” (Related Story: Mayor Felter Addresses the State of Jefferson)

Residents who dreaded installation costs of natural gas were pleased to find there are only minimal start-up charges, which include a $100 road opening permit fee and a $15 account opening fee. Monthly fees are $8.62 plus gas usage.

NJNG will install pipe up to 200 feet to the front of the house. If additional footage is needed or the location differs, there might be an additional fee of $20 per foot.

 

To dispel some rumors, the company consultant said there are no “per day” labor charges. Whether it takes NJNG one or three days to install, it is the same cost, he told residents.

Additionally, NJNG will ensure that any public utilities, such as water, are marked out prior to digging. However, he added, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to make sure any non-public items are marked out (e.g. electric dog fences, septic or leech fields, sprinklers). Any blacktop torn up by installation will be repaired.

 

State of the Township report ; 

The town is working diligently with New Jersey Natural Gas to offer services in Jefferson. The gas company is coming to Lake Shawnee this year and the goal is to reach up to Route 181 by Weldon Quarry. Approximately 2,600 to 2,800 homes are expected to convert to natural gas in this area. On the Milton side, the township looks to install gas lines from White Rock to the high school, which should result in significant savings in heating costs.

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The New Jersey Natural Gas Advantage Means Helping You Save Energy and Money!

If you're using electricity, fuel oil or propane for your home or business, you can save energy and money when you switch to clean, affordable natural gas. It's America's number one energy choice – shouldn't you be using it in your home or business? 

Learn how one customer saved nearly 40 percent on their energy bills by switching to natural gas heat

The helpful team at NJNG will make your conversion easy by handling all the details. Follow these easy steps to get started. 

Switching to natural gas heat today can save you time and money. Here's how:

  • Use our fuel cost-savings calculator to see how much you'll save.

  • Get information on NJNG's limited-time conversion offer.

  • Heating with electricity or propane could cost two-to-three times more than natural gas heat.

  • If you're using fuel oil, you may face a leaking oil tank that can lead to thousands of dollars in unexpected environmental cleanup costs. 

  • Natural gas heat and appliances are important features that add value to your home or business.

  • High-efficiency rebates may be available through New Jersey's Clean Energy Program™.

  • Enroll in NJNG's Budget Plan to spread your annual estimated natural gas costs evenly over a 12-month period.

If you have any questions, call NJNG at 800-221-0051 (at the prompt say "Natural Gas Conversion"), or e-mail us at conversions@njng.com.

 
Q&A: Converting from Oil to Natural Gas (Lake Shawnee)
 
Is there a difference in monthly utility costs?
According to the US Energy Information Administration, since 2002, the cost of Heating Oil has averaged 30% to 50% more than Natural Gas every year.
What fuel types are available in the area?
The majority of homes in this region use oil fired heating systems.  This is due to the area’s proximity to the ports where oil barges deliver their loads and because oil was a cheaper option back when these houses were built. Natural Gas has not been offered in many parts of this region until now. The Lake Shawnee Community Conversion Project is scheduled to be completed in 2021, after which time they will repave the streets and that window to convert will close for a period of 5 years. ​

“The town is working diligently with New Jersey Natural Gas to offer services in Jefferson. The gas company is coming to Lake Shawnee this year and the goal is to reach up to Route 181 by Weldon Quarry. Approximately 2,600 to 2,800 homes are expected to convert to natural gas in this area. On the Milton side, the township looks to install gas lines from White Rock to the high school, which should result in significant savings in heating costs.” [State of the Township report ; http://www.thejeffersonchronicle.com/mayor-felter-addresses-state-jefferson/ ]

How is it Delivered and Stored? 

​Oil is delivered by truck where it is stored in an oil tank located on your property. Natural gas gets piped right into your house by NJNG. So making the switch requires having a gas main placed under your street and routed to a meter on your property.​

How Much Will the Equipment Cost?

Gas-fired equipment typically costs less than oil-fired equipment depending on the specifications of the unit. Call  ZIP AIR  at (973) 936-2017 for a FREE ESTIMATE!  Also, a high-efficiency unit may be eligible for tax credits, rebates and/or financing options.

(We have provided links below)

​http://www.njcleanenergy.com/residential/programs/warmadvantage/warmadvantage 

https://savegreenproject.com/resources#apps-instructions

How Much Will the Hookup Cost?

Residents will benefit from minimal start-up charges, which include a $100 road opening permit fee and a $15 account opening fee. Monthly fees are $8.62 plus gas usage.There are two aspects to the connection process for gas: outside the house and inside. The utility company will run an underground pipe from the gas main to your house, where it will install a meter. Zip Air, or whichever contractor you choose to use, would then pipe the gas from the meter into your home and connect it to the heating unit.  

What Other Expenses Are Involved?

Switching to gas may require you to line your chimney because the moisture in gas exhaust can damage the masonry. However, a liner may not be necessary with a high-efficiency gas system. You may also choose to remove your oil tank, costs vary depending whether it is located above or below ground.

​Is Natural Gas Better for the Environment?

Natural gas has lower carbon emissions than oil which is better for the environment. However, if an Oil Fired System is properly maintained it will burn cleanly and efficiently. Zip Air provides annual Maintenance Services for all residential heating and cooling equipment. Give us a call to schedule a service and/or ask about our Maintenance contracts which can be found on our website.

​How to choose a Contractor…  
Selecting a qualified, reputable contractor who has an established business, that not only sells and installs the equipment but also provides 24 hour emergency service and offers maintenance contracts to keep your new equipment running efficiently. Confirm that your contractor is licensed, bonded and insured in New Jersey. Lastly, it is a good idea to get several estimates to compare from other local competitors.

Call us for a FREE ESTIMATE – We are happy to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have. (973) 936-2017. 

 
Are there any other benefits to switch?

Having Natural Gas allows for appliances such as a gas stoves, dryers, fireplaces, water heaters, grills, and generators. Also, natural gas heated homes are typically more appealing to homebuyers and may increase the resale value of your home.