Protect Your HVAC For Years To Come

The coastal climate here in eastern North Carolina can take a toll on your home’s systems, especially your heating and cooling unit. Even if your home
is not directly located on a body of water, the salt in the air travels far and can cause damage to your HVAC unit.

Rust Grip is a solution that we are excited to provide to our customers throughout the Crystal Coast and all of eastern North Carolina. Rust Grip can even
be beneficial if you don’t live near the salt water. By completely sealing the surface of your HVAC unit, Rust Grip prevents the penetration of moisture,
salt and other elements. When these elements penetrate the surface of your HVAC unit without Rust Grip, rust can form and cause problems. Rust Grip
is proven to extend the life of your HVAC by up to 7 years! What’s even better is that Rust Grip can be applied in just one day. That means that we
come and pick up your unit, take it to our facility, coat it and return it before the end of the day.

To learn more about Rust Grip and why it may be a good option for your home’s HVAC, contact us today!

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