The Benefits of Rust Grip

Have you heard about Rust Grip? Rust Grip is a one coat encapsulation solution that completely seals your HVAC unit to protect it from moisture, weather
and other materials that can cause damage to your unit. Here on the coast of North Carolina, salt from the ocean, sounds and other bodies of water
can take a toll on your home’s system and cause costly damage. Salt in the air can cause your HVAC unit to begin to prematurely rust and prevent it
from operating efficiently for the amount of time that it should. With Rust Grip, the life of your heating and air conditioning unit can be extended
by up to 7 years! That means that you could potentially get 7 more years out of your HVAC unit than expected.

For Rust Grip, we recommend coating units that are two years old or newer for the best results. Rust Grip can be applied and finished in one day, so don’t
worry about having to do without heat or A/C for any amount of time. We can pick up your unit, take it to our warehouse for coating and return it in
the same day! Rust Grip virtually seals your HVAC unit to protect it and extend its life.

To learn more about Rust Grip or get more information about our routine service and preventative maintenance, please contact us today at (252) 222-0026.
We are proud to service all areas of eastern North Carolina including Beaufort, Atlantic Beach, Morehead City, Emerald Isle, Newport, Havelock and
everywhere in between. If you are in need of emergency service, please give us a call. We understand how important your heating and air conditioning
unit is in keeping your home and your family comfortable.

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