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  1. Heating and Air Conditioning installation, service, and repairs
  2. Duct Cleaning
  3. Geothermal installation, service, and repairs
  4. Ductless installation, service, and repairs
  5. Generac Generator installation, service, and repairs
  6. Commercial HVAC installation, service, and repairs
  7. Smart Thermostats
  8. Duct Cleaning
  9. UV Lights
  10. Fresh Air Machines
  11. Dehumidifiers
  12. Coastal Corrosion Coating
  13. Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication

Carteret, Craven and Onslow counties

  1. Carrier
  2. Trane
  3. Mitsubishi
  4. Water Furnace
  5. Generac Generators

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Yes! We offer Preventative Maintenance Plans on HVAC units and on Generac Generators

Regardless of the brand of HVAC unit you have, it should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced at least once a year, preferably your AC system in the spring and your heating system in the fall.

  1. Crystal Coast’s only Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer
  2. Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer
  3. Water Furnace Geo Pro Dealer
  4. NATE Certified and Factory Authorized technicians
  5. Electrical License
  6. All required HVAC Certifications

There are several factors that determine what size system you need.  These include square footage, where you live, age of the house, insulation, number of windows and ceiling height. All factor in when determining how many BTUs (British Thermal Units) are required to heat and cool the space.  Your best bet is to call for a free estimate, where we take all the applicable factors into consideration in putting together our recommendation.

The short answer is yes.  If you don’t replace both units at the same time, it makes your system not run at its optimal level which can cause needed repairs and early failure of your system.

Typically, low refrigerant levels, defective fans or components, dirty filters or insufficient airflow over the coils can cause  your unit to freeze up.  This is why it is important to keep up with regular maintenance of your HVAC unit.

First and foremost, make sure to register your unit when you have it installed.  To find out about your warranty, go to the manufacturer’s website and input the serial number for your unit.

The number one way to extend the life of your system is to provide regular system maintenance.  Duct cleaning, changing air filters on a regular basis, cleaning and removing debris from outside units and upgrading the insulation in your home can all help extend the life of your system.

A good rule of thumb is to replace air filters every 90 days.  However, if you live in a dry, dusty climate or have any pets, or have an older system, you may need filters changed out more often.