The Importance of HVAC Preventative Maintenance

Preventative maintenance can ensure that you avoid costly issues with your heating and air conditioning unit and keep your home comfortable all year long.
It’s important to have your HVAC unit services periodically to make sure that it’s operating correctly. We offer an annual service and preventative
maintenance plan to do just that! Your HVAC unit needs to be servcied as seasons change and as you switch the air conditioning off and the heating
on and vice versa. Click here to learn more or to sign up for our annual maintenance plan! 


We are excited to now provide an amazing product that will not only prevent damage from occurring to your HVAC unit, but will also prolong the life and
efficiency of your unit. Rust Grip is an encapsulation solution that will protect your heating and air conditioning unit from the weather and coastal
environment here in eastern North Carolina. No matter how close you live to the salt water, it travels far and can take a toll on your home’s systems.
Rust Grip seals your HVAC unit with one coat to protect it and keep moisture, air and chemicals out. Rust Grip is a great way to perform preventative
maintenance on your heating and air conditioning unit. We recommend applying Rust Grip to units that are 2 years of age or newer for the best results.

To learn more about our preventative maintenance service plans, Rust Grip encapsulation or to get on our service schedule, give us a call today! Don’t
wait until your heating unit leaves you and your family in the cold this winter! Let us help ensure that your HVAC will be running properly and efficiently
all year long.

Latest Posts

Should I Worry About a Tripped Breaker?

Tripped breakers can be a sudden inconvenience, leaving us puzzled and unsure of what to do next. But fear not!…

Will A Tripped Breaker Fix Itself?

Tripped breakers can be an unexpected nuisance in any household, disrupting our daily routines and leaving us in the dark…

Can an electrician rewire a house without removing drywall?

The thought of rewiring a house may seem daunting, conjuring images of torn-apart walls and endless construction mess. However, modern…

Why Did My Power Go Out In One Room?

It’s a scenario many homeowners have experienced – you’re going about your day when suddenly, the power goes out in…
Scroll to Top
Electrician installing electrical wires and fuse switch box.

ADA Notice

At Coastal Home Services, we are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to our websites. In recognition of this commitment, we are in the process of making modifications to increase the accessibility and usability of this website, using the relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) as our standard. Please be aware that our efforts are ongoing. If at any time you have difficulty using this website or with a particular web page or function on this site, please contact us by phone at 252-842-0094 or email us at and place “Web Content Accessibility (ADA)” in the subject heading and we will make all reasonable efforts to assist you.

Get Your Free Estimate Today!

Once received a member of our team will be in touch to finalize your estimate appointment details.