Business partners and best friends Art Harmon and Wes McLeod decided to combine their decades of experience in the home-service industry. Their resulting venture, Comfort First Heating and Cooling Inc., aims to keep homes comfortable and instill confidence in all of its customers. The team showcases its commitment to clients with a detailed written guarantee that promises increased energy efficiency, equipment reliability, and no more raccoons living in the air ducts. Regularly scheduled service checks ensure that heating and cooling systems stand ready for weather changes, and cost-benefit analyses help homeowners trim energy bills and fatten wallets.
72 Degrees Heating and Air specializes in the maintenance, repair and replacement of existing home comfort systems. A home comfort system consists of the heating and cooling equipment, the duct system and all air purification equipment necessary to clean the air we breathe in the home.
Keith Weatherly of Earth Energy Solutions fine-tunes household climates with energy-efficient geothermal heating and air-conditioning systems in addition to traditional HVAC and radiant-heat systems. Recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy, and the Planeteers for its energy-saving qualities, the geothermal system harnesses the earth's natural thermal energy to regulate the temperature in homes or businesses. Geothermal heat pumps circulate water stored underground through pipes to warm or cool homes as effectively as traditional systems, but with a much smaller carbon footprint. Earth Energy Solutions also offers a free consultation and home analysis for clients interested in installing a geothermal system.
Since 1947, Carolina Air Conditioning Co. Inc. has dispatched a licensed, bonded, and insured team of HVAC technicians to install or repair air conditioners and furnaces. Though the technology has changed and the predictions that the sun would explode in 1962 have proven untrue, the company’s services still keep homes comfortable in every season. Whether installing carbon monoxide detectors, repairing thermostats, or testing air quality with professional diagnostic equipment, staffers aim to leave homeowners feeling more comfortable, breathing easier, and racking up less expensive utility bills.