Rust Grip: What is it and why do you need it?

Avoid the Call

The last thing you need when renting out your beach house is that dreaded call from the renter telling you that the AC went out. It is important to preserve
your home’s rental reputation in order to maintain personal income flow – the reason you rent out your home in the first place. Reduce stress and gain
peace of mind with Rust Grip, an anti-corrosion coating guaranteed to extend the life of your HVAC system. Your renters, reputation and wallet will
thank you.

Rust Grip extends the live of your HVAC system for up to 7 years! By virtually sealing the surface of your HVAC system, the metallic-based, moisture-cure
polyurethane encapsulating coating seals air, moisture and chemicals out – this is especially important in a coastal climate like ours here on the
Crystal Coast! Homes and businesses located on the island from Emerald to Atlantic Beach and those along the sound from Newport to Morehead City to
Beaufort, see a direct impact from the salt air coming off the water. Salt and a coastal climate can take a toll on your home and systems. Protect
your HVAC system with Rust Grip. To learn more about Rust Grip and why you need it for your coastal home, contact us today! 

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