Service Experts Heating & Air

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Service Experts Heating & Air
Service Experts Heating & Air offers Furnace Repair services in Greenville SC.

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Service Experts Heating & Air has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Service Experts Heating & Air has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Greenville, South Carolina is 38 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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What’s National Talk Like a Pirate Day without a “hook” like this? We’re offering free estimates on attic insulation to improve your home comfort so you don’t “shiver me timbers” this winter. #talklikeapirateday

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If you recognize that your furnace keeps shutting off, there are several items you can check to try and decipher the issue before calling in the experts.

Our hats are off to all of the Service Experts working parents, who make the comfort of others their priority across 29 U.S. states and in three Canadian provinces. Strong families start at home, and your efforts to make those homes comfortable make all the difference. #WorkingParentsDay

Happy Labor Day! For those stuck with HVAC issues, our technicians are available to service your system with no holiday premium pricing.


Happy Labor Day! For those stuck with HVAC issues, our technicians are available to service your system with no holiday premium pricing.

Hurricane Harvey has devastated tens of thousands of homes and businesses along the Gulf Coast. In the weeks ahead, as property owners return to rebuild, it will be important to use caution with home equipment left in standing water. For many of those that have endured this disaster, odds are your air conditioner or furnace was also submerged in standing water, which can be both a dangerous situation for you and leave the equipment compromised. There are some simple steps property owners can take to limit their risks, even as they are facing the steep emotional and financial price exacted by Harvey: 1. Turn off all electrical switches to equipment and close gas valves to the furnace. 2. Take time to dry out equipment, opening any equipment doors or removable panels to speed the drying process. 3. Furnaces and air conditioners should not be turned on until they have been inspected by a professional. From damage to electrical components to the unseen dangers of excessive moisture in your air duct system, flooding can affect your heating and air conditioning equipment in ways that impact your family’s health, safety and comfort. For more information on next steps for flood-damaged equipment, property owners can also visit the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), the recognized leader in heating and air conditioning industry regulation at www.ahrinet.org.


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