Protect Your HVAC From Our Coastal Climate

Although we’re fortunate on the coast of North Carolina to not experience extreme winters, we do however have the impact of the salt water and coastal
climate. Salt in the air from the bodies of water surrounding the Crystal Coast can take a toll on your home’s systems including your HVAC. Salt penetrates
your unit and can cause rust which eventually can lead to the failure of your heating and air conditioning unit prematurely. If you are interested
in extending the life of your HVAC unit, keep reading!

Rust Grip is a one coat encapsulation that allows us to fully coat your HVAC unit so that all matter is kept out and the process of rust never begins.
We highly recommend Rust Grip as a preventative step in keeping your heating and air conditioning unit operating efficiently for years to come. Rust
Grip works best on units that are 2 years old or newer and can be done in just one day! At Coastal Home Services, we understand the importance of keeping
your home comfortable no matter what the season may be. We also understand that a new HVAC unit is a big investment. That’s why it’s so important to
take proper care of your heating and air conditioning unit and to perform routine and preventative maintenance. Rust Grip can help you avoid costly
repairs that may be caused by weather and rust and even can put off the installation of a new unit by extending the life of your current unit by up
to 7 years!

To learn more about Rust Grip or to get started with the best protective encapsulation available, contact us today! 

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