Hot one day – cold the next! Extreme temperature fluctuations can take a toll on your heat pump. When the temperature outside dips below 40 degrees, your heat pump is challenged to maintain a comfortable temperature inside. As the temperature outside drops, your heat pump runs more frequently and for longer periods of time. This will trigger the emergency back […]
Is Fall maintenance on your heating and air system really necessary? Yes! Fall HVAC maintenance is important! Even though it is still warm here in Myrtle Beach with many of you still running your a/c – it’s not too early to schedule your Fall HVAC maintenance. Before the cooler months settle in, it’s a good idea to contact your favorite […]
Your clothes dryer could be a ticking time bomb and a fire hazard. Here are 5 warning signs it’s time to clean your dryer vent: Drying time for clothes takes longer and longer When a dryer vent is clogged, the drying cycle can double or triple in time. Your clothes are not completely dry at the end of a regular cycle. […]
We’ve had some chilly mornings. Follow these steps to take before turning on your heat. Before you turn on your heat, make sure the entire system works properly. A preventative maintenance approach keeps your unit operating efficiently and helps prevent an unexpected breakdown on a cold winter day. It can also save you costly repairs before issues get out of […]
HVAC preventative maintenance is essential in keeping your home comfortable. The following reasons explain why: Save money – here are the ways preventative maintenance benefits your bottom line. Cut energy bills – preventative maintenance helps ensure that your HVAC systems runs at peak efficiency. This can save you up to 30% on your utility bills Extend system life – regular […]
Hurricane winds can impact your HVAC is many disastrous ways! Condenser coil clogged with dirt and debris following high winds of a storm: Dust and debris clogged condenser coils – high winds that accompany a hurricane often lead to excessive airborne dust and debris that will easily clog the aluminum fins of an HVAC’s condenser coil. Fortunately, this is easy […]
As the water starts to recede in some areas, here’s what you need to know when “my a/c is under water.” First and foremost – TURN OFF THE POWER – go to the breaker and turn off the power to your a/c unit. Second, contact your homeowner’s insurance company to confirm if you have coverage from flooding or storm damage. […]
We will see many HVAC units damaged by the storm. Repairing or replacing a damaged HVAC unit should be left to the professionals. 1. Easy fixes: Depending on the type of unit, the type of storm and the severity of the storm, some damages may be easy fixes. After the storm/flood, it is possible for the damages to be minimal, […]
Your HVAC is prepared for the hurricane? Hurricanes can be extremely destructive. You probably already know to stock up on water, non-perishable foods, flashlights and batteries. But most people take their HVAC system for granted. To help keep you and your family safe during the hurricane, here are some tips to protect your home! Before the storm Prevention is critical […]
Here are 5 good reasons to replace your HVAC in the Fall: Save money – by replacing your system in the Fall you have time on your side. Time to research the best system to meet your needs and time to find the best contractor to install your new system. This time of the year contractors are between cooling and […]
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LHT Cooling, Heating & Refrigeration is a Myrtle Beach HVAC and commercial refrigeration company in South Carolina that services the Grand Strand. LHT services and repairs heat pumps, air conditioning units, heating units, furnaces, ventilation systems, indoor air quality, humidification, ductless systems, boilers, ice machines, reach-in coolers, walk-in coolers, blast chillers and refrigerated displays. LHT services all of the the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach including North Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach.