When it comes to making the Florence climate a little easier to manage, you depend on your heat pump.
HVAC contractors in Florence suggest regular maintenance as a way to keep air conditioning and heating units working properly throughout the year.
There’s also a connection between preventive maintenance and a growing trend in the HVAC industry – energy efficiency. With proper maintenance, heating and cooling units use less energy. Not only does this provide environmental benefits, but it can help improve your experience as the owner.
A-1 Comfort Systems is proud to announce that we have been selected by Duke Energy as a preferred partner for their Smart Saver Rebate program! If you've been contemplating installing new, energy-efficient HVAC unit in your home, now is the time to do so. In addition to reaping the savings that come from energy efficiency, we will help you with the rebate application process to put more money in your pocket (up to $600).
Hurricane season can be devastating even inland in places like Florence, and protection should always come first. Your HVAC Contractors in Florence want you to know that there are several things to consider when it comes to protecting your HVAC system before and after a major storm blows through your county.
Before the Storm Arrives
If your condensers are outside, turn off the power and cover them with a secured tarp or other heavy-duty material. Use the cover your HVAC contractor provided upon installation of the unit. Keep the AC unit turned off until the storm has passed. Florence can get very muggy and humid, and it may be uncomfortable inside, but keeping your air conditioning unit turned off can help prevent costly repairs by the contractor if the weather damages the unit.