Why You Should Protect Your HVAC with the Old Coast Corrosion Package

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Who doesn’t want a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system that works year-round with no problems in their home? Unfortunately, unless you take proper care of your system and take steps to be sure it’s completely protected from various chemical compounds, including salt from seawater, you risk damaging it—and letting your Georgia or South Carolina home go without an efficient or properly functioning HVAC system.

At Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, we strive to provide high-quality products, including specially formulated coatings designed to keep all components of your heating and cooling system in top shape.

HVAC Damage From Corrosion

It’s important for your HVAC system to have the proper protection to prevent premature deterioration due to corrosion. If your HVAC system doesn’t have a protective coating or layer of an anticorrosion product applied, your system could be negatively impacted by saltwater damage.

If you live by the sea, you may already know salt particles from the water can travel through the air. This can rust your HVAC system or affect it in more serious ways, resulting in the need for repairs or replacement. The damage is due to the salt, which impacts various types of metals like aluminum, copper, and steel—the materials possibly composing your HVAC system.

If the salt deposits also find their way to the inside of your system, damage could result in malfunctions or even a complete breakdown. Some common signs of HVAC damage include inefficient performance, freezing or broken parts, lack of sufficient airflow, abnormal sounds, and leaks.

Corrosion could impact your heating and cooling system even if you don’t live right next to the ocean. According to a study published by the Advanced Geophysical Union (AGU), a nonprofit organization of Earth, atmospheric, ocean, hydrologic, space, and planetary scientists, sea spray from surf zones can travel at least 25 km

Whether you do live near the ocean or close enough to where salt particles can reach your Savannah or Hilton Head home, it’s critical you have corrosion protection in place to prolong the life of your HVAC system.

Old Coast Corrosion Package

At Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand the need for protecting your HVAC system, and that’s why we offer our Old Coast Corrosion Package. We will apply CompleteCoat to your system to give it the extra layer of protection it needs to prevent the weathering effects of corrosion as well as maintain its great performance and life expectancy.

Below are the features of our package:

  • Coating of indoor and outdoor coils with a high-quality polyelastomer coating to protect your air conditioning system’s aluminum finned tube oils, cabinets, compressors, and various components from corrosion
  • Protective coating applied on all circuit boards
  • Installation of zinc anode on the outdoor unit lineset and dielectric grease on all wiring connections

What Is CompleteCoat?

CompleteCoat is a strong epoxy coating designed to be corrosion resistant. Due to its unique design, CompleteCoat is resistant to an extensive list of chemicals, including acetone, gasoline, magnesium, potassium, and, of course, saltwater. 

Speak to one of our Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning professionals today to learn more about our Old Coast Corrosion Package, which includes the application of this uniquely formulated coating on the components of your HVAC system.

Trust in Old Coast for Optimal Corrosion Protection and Home Solutions

Let Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning in Savannah, GA, help extend the life of your system so you won’t have to worry as much about environmental factors, which could possibly negatively impact your system or lead to inefficient heating or cooling in your home. We are here for you and would be happy to go over options specific to your needs. Call 912-250-5771 or request service online today so we can help get you set up.

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