Why Luxaire

Exceeding your expectations requires an eye toward the future, focusing on your needs today. So that's why, when it comes to building products for our friends and neighbors, Luxaire® believes in focusing on quality at every stage with every product. And it's why Luxaire ® closely monitors and improves processes that impact quality. Because it takes more than just metal and circuitry to make a Luxaire® heating and cooling unit – it takes people of integrity and an ongoing dedication to quality.

Trusted Quality

Your trust in Luxaire HVAC is something we take personally. Their well-trained, highly dedicated craftspeople genuinely care about the lasting dependability of every Luxaire HVAC unit that comes off the line. That's why they build each one as if it were for their own home.

Industry Distinction

Dependable and highly efficient, many premium Luxaire products have earned the coveted ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient certification – signifying proven energy and money savings.

Certified Comfort Experts™

The Certified Comfort Expert™ designation from Luxaire shows that you're working with the most reliable experts in the field. Our CCE certification indicates that Luxaire contractors take the installation and care of Luxaire HVAC products to a new level.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Luxaire, they're committed to protecting the environment and creating a ther sustainable world. With our advanced technologies, leading engineering, and sustainable manufacturing, they deliver high-efficiency products that help you conserve energy and minimize your footprint.

A Complete Product Suite

Luxaire HVAC Units

Every New Jersey home needs warmth in winter, A/C in summer, and hot water year-round. You can provide your customers with all of the above, thanks to Luxaire's vast selection of:

  • Air Conditioners
  • Heat Pumps
  • Gas Furnaces
  • Packaged Units
  • Air Handlers & Coils
  • Indoor Air Quality Products
  • Controls
  • Ductless Systems

Whether a customer's home is large or small, down the Shore or up near the city, you can count on Luxaire® to offer the products needed to provide them with a high-quality, cost-effective HVAC system.

Find a Dealer

When purchasing a comfort system, you want to be confident you’re getting a quality product that’s backed by quality support. Your local Luxaire® Dealer is trained to recommend the right system for your home or business and install it correctly. Find a local pro near you!

Energy Savings

The average U.S. home's annual cost of heating and cooling is approximately $2,000. Based on recent years, that cost will continue to rise. With an energy-efficient Luxaire® air conditioning or heating system, you don't have to be part of that statistic. Calculating how much energy a new Luxaire® home comfort system can save you makes financial sense. The higher the efficiency of your system, the more you'll save on utility costs. There are standard efficiency ratings that make it easy to compare the performance of different systems:


The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating measures the efficiency of central air conditioners or heat pumps over a theoretical cooling season. It's a simple ratio of the amount of cooling the air conditioner provides (as measured in BTUs) with the amount of energy the central system consumes — measured in watts/hr. For example, a system rated at 16 SEER produces 16 BTUs of cooling per watt-hour. But remember, a SEER number is theoretical. Your usage patterns, as well as proper equipment sizing and installation, will determine actual efficiency.


The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) measures the average efficiency of furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. This is a measure for a theoretical heating season - not including electricity. Higher numbers indicate higher energy efficiency for SEER, HSPF, and AFUE. These numbers are then used in two energy rating programs: The ENERGYGUIDE label and the ENERGY STAR® certification.


The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) measures a heat pump's energy efficiency over one heating season and its SEER value over one cooling season. The HSPF formula is slightly more complicated. However, the HSPF rating uses BTU to calculate useful heating output (including electric heat) divided by the total electrical energy the heat pump consumed (in watt/hr.) during the heating season.

EnergyGuide Label:

Manufacturers of heating and cooling equipment are required to display the EnergyGuide label. This label estimates how much energy the equipment uses, compares the energy use of similar products, and gives approximate annual operating costs. Your exact costs will depend on usage, local utility rates, and the type and source of your energy.

ENERGY STAR® certification:

ENERGY STAR® is a voluntary energy awareness program developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Our high-efficiency systems are labeled ENERGY STAR® to identify products that are at least 15% more efficient than standard products.