If you are looking to replace your home’s HVAC system, we offer a great deal of solutions that fit most any budget. Sometimes we run into emergency situations, or other times residents just want to get some work done now and take care of the bill over time.
At this stage, you don’t want to put off crucial work that need done. Air conditioning and heating in South Carolina is necessary; especially during the hottest summer months and cold winter. This is for the comfort of you and your family. Also, proper cleaning and climate control are essential to maintain good health and well-being. A properly working HVAC system keeps your indoor air quality high, free of mold and pollen, and hospitable to everyone inside.
With Custom Comfort Air Conditioning and Heating, we provide several financing options through Wells Fargo or Syncrony Bank. We can provide a complete outline and breakdown of services and costs for any upgrade, and the potential financing options you might use to get the job done.
But Custom Comfort Air Conditioning and Heating takes care of our customers. We will register your products for you to make sure that you get the longest warranty possible.
Also, many manufacturers offer extended warranties for non-warranty labor for a nominal fee at the time of installation. We typically recommend getting such warranties, even if those warranties only cover labor from a manufacturer representative or dealer. They provide peace of mind over 5-10 years in the case of mechanical failure or replacement (which can happen in the best of times).
Save Money With The
SCE&G Energy Reduction Program
With new energy-efficient units and up-to-date ductwork, your home spends less energy to control the heating and cooling, which means that your home is less costly to power and less burden on the environment. SCE&G encourages the use of these AC units and furnaces to lighten the energy footprint of its customer base.
- Utility Financing and Rebates
- Equipment Financing
- Government Tax Credit
- Manufacturer Rebates
We’ll do our best to make sure you save as much money as possible, and get as much peace of mind as possible, when setting up the HVAC in your home.