How The Ocean Impacts Your HVAC

Yes, living on the Crystal Coast near the ocean and sound is absolutely wonderful. However, there is a price to pay when it comes to how the salt water
and air impact your home’s systems. One of the systems that is dramatically impacted by the salt in the air in coastal climates is your heating and
air conditioning unit. When you live near salt water, even if your home isn’t directly located on the waterfront, the salt in the air travels fairly
far and can cause rust and other problems on your HVAC unit.

Heating and air conditioning systems are not cheap. That’s why we are pleased to provide a solution that can extend the life of your HVAC for up to 7 years
while protecting is from our coastal climate, other particles and preventing rust from occurring. Rust Grip is a one coat encapsulation solution that
completely seals your outdoor HVAC unit to protect it. By coating the entire unit, Rust Grip prevents rust from forming, therefor prolonging the operation
of your unit and it’s efficiency.

To learn more about Rust Grip and how we can minimize the impact that the ocean and salt in the air has on your heating and air conditioning unit, give
us a call today at (252) 222-0026 .

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