Get More Life Out of Your HVAC

We’ve got some more wintry cold weather making it’s way to eastern North Carolina in the next couple of days. Is your HVAC going to be able to handle the
cold? If not, we’re here to help, as always. We pride ourselves on providing some of the quickest service in the area if you heating and air conditioning
unit stops working or isn’t running right.

However, if you’d like to get proactive and protect your HVAC while extending the life of your unit for up to 7 years, we can help you do that also! We’re
proud to provide Rust Grip, a one coat encapsulation that virtually seals your HVAC unit to protect it from weather and outside elements that take
a toll on your HVAC unit and can affect how it works and how long it lasts. If your unit is 2 years old or newer, we highly recomend Rust Grip!

Not only does Rust Grip extend the life of your heating and air conditioning unit, but it block the damage that can occur from exposure to salt air in our area. Even if you don’t live directly on Bogue Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, or anyother body of water here on the coast, your home’s systems are likely affected by the salt in our air. Salt can travel far and can definitely cause your heating and air conditioning unit to rust, therefore shortening its life. With Rust Grip, we can prevent this by coating your unit to keep the moisture out. To learn more about Rust Grip and how we can help you extend the life of your investment, call us today!

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