Rust Grip: Frequently Asked Questions

Rust Grip is a new product that we’re so excited to offer! Rust Grip can extend the life of your HVAC by up to 7 years! This is a huge deal, especially
here on the Crystal Coast where our home systems can be impacted by the salt air. Today, we’re going to answer some of the frequently asked questions
we get in regards to Rust Grip and how it works.

What surfaces can Rust Grip be applied to?

Rust Grip can be applied to steel, aluminum, concrete or wood, which makes it a great solution for your HVAC unit!

Why should I coat my HVAC with Rust Grip?

Rust Grip protects your heating and air conditioning unit from the moisture in our coastal salt air as well as weather to preserve it and extend the life
of your unit.

How long does the coating process take?

At Coastal Home Services, we’ll come pick up your outside HVAC unit, take it to our shop, coat it and return it to you in one day!

What is the preparation process before coating?

Rust Grip requires minimal preparation. The surface to be coated must be clean and free of any particles, dirt, oil or residue and it must be completely
dry. We recommend coating HVAC units that are two years old or newer for the best results.

How does Rust Grip extend the life of my HVAC?

If you’ve lived on the Crystal Coast for any amount of time, you know the impact that salt water can have on your home and it’s systems. Even if you don’t
live directly on a body of water, such as Bogue Sound or the Atlantic Ocean, the salt travels in the air for miles and can affect the way your home’s
systems work and how long they last. Rust Grip protects your HVAC from the salt air and corrosion that is common here at the beach. By preventing salt
and moisture from penetrating and causing corrosion on your HVAC unit, Rust Grip can extend the life of your HVAC by up to 7 years!

To learn more about Rust Grip encapsulation and how it is a great preventative step towards keeping your HVAC working effeciently for years to come, call
us today at (252) 222-0026

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