Dealing with High Humidity

Dealing with High Humidity

Originally published in Sept. 2017, updated May, 2020. With half of the region’s rainfall occurring between June and September, summer is the wettest season in Charleston, South Carolina. It’s also the hottest and most humid time of the year. High humidity...
Signs It’s Time for a New HVAC System

Signs It’s Time for a New HVAC System

Summers in Charleston, SC, get hot and humid. If your central AC unit isn’t working as well as you’d like, it may be time to consider purchasing a brand-new one. There are some signs you can look for if you think it may be time to make the change and...
Are you Contributing to Your Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Are you Contributing to Your Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Originally published in August, 2017, updated in March 2020. Pollutants, allergens and other contaminants in your indoor air can have a serious negative effect on your health. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has identified some of the most common...
Cleaner Indoor Air Keeps You Healthier

Cleaner Indoor Air Keeps You Healthier

HVAC units and furnaces are used to heat and cool our homes in Greater Charleston, SC, but over time they become dirty and inefficient. UV lights are air purifiers that use ultraviolet rays to break up the cell structure of contaminants within your indoor air. If you...
Here’s How to Correct Uneven Heating or Cooling

Here’s How to Correct Uneven Heating or Cooling

An HVAC system that works properly is essential to achieve maximum indoor comfort. If there are rooms in your Charleston, South Carolina home that feel too hot or too cold, then your system isn’t working efficiently. Here are some of the top issues that cause uneven...
3 Warning Signs Your Furnace Is About to Fail

3 Warning Signs Your Furnace Is About to Fail

Don’t wait for the furnace in your Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, home to fail before replacing it. Instead, pay attention to the warning signs of impending failure and take action before a crisis occurs during the cold winter months. Rising utility...

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