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Avoid Unwanted AC Troubles This Year With Our Help


We don’t want you to have to need to call us for AC repair in Greenville, SC during the summer. We’re always happy to help our customers with repairs, but we also want our customers to get the best performance from their air conditioning systems and not get trapped in cooling emergencies. The good news is, there are ways you can avoid running into AC problems in the coming summer.

So, How Can We Help?

Glad you asked! Let’s go over some of the best ways we can help you avoid problems with home cooling this year.

Spring maintenance

This is the #1 way that any professional HVAC contractor can help a customer with their air conditioning system. Maintenance is a necessary part of owning an air conditioner if you want the air conditioner to work at its best and enjoy a long service life.

When you have our team do a full maintenance tune-up and inspection on your AC each year, you can expect lower energy bills, fewer repair problems, reliable performance, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing the AC will work when you need it to. If you haven’t arranged for spring AC maintenance yet, now is the time to get on our schedule. 

Spring replacement

If you have an air conditioner that’s getting near 15 years old, or even older, then it’s a good time to consider replacing it before the summer heat arrives. No AC system will last forever, and if you know when to call for technicians to replace an aging one, you can avoid numerous problems that include steep repair bills and bloated energy costs.

Duct testing and sealing

Some of the most common problems with an air conditioner stem from damaged and leaking ductwork. Air leaks cause cool air to escape, forcing the AC to work harder to make up for the loss—which adds to wear and tear and increases the chance of breakdowns. Leaks can also allow dust and debris to infiltrate the air conditioner. We recommend periodic duct testing to see if you need your ductwork sealed. 

Adding a whole-house dehumidifier

Would you like to take a load of stress off your air conditioner? Then have a whole-house dehumidifier installed into the HVAC system. Dehumidifiers help immensely with keeping people in a house cool so the AC doesn’t have to run more often than necessary and wear down faster. 

Upgrading the thermostat

What type of thermostat do you have on the wall of your house? If it’s a manual thermostat that uses dials or sliders, or a digital thermostat with no programmable features, you can benefit from an upgrade to the latest in climate control technology.

Even a basic upgrade to a digital programmable thermostat will take strain off your AC and make it need to work less, which also lowers energy bills. Smart thermostats take it to the next level, vastly improving AC performance and efficiency. You will need pros for these upgrades, since errors in choosing a new thermostat can result in damage to the HVAC system.

Work with Carolina Climate Control for the best, trouble-free AC performance this summer. The Moose Is Loose in Your Neighborhood! 

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