If you're worried about how rain may affect my HVAC unit ~ you may be concerned about the wrong things. We often hear concerns about whether or not rain has a harmful affect on your outdoor unit. Even with the heavy downpours we experience from time to time, there is no need to worry. Your outdoor unit is designed and […]
The market for technology in the HVAC market is rapidly ever-changing. Developments for future technology focus on convenience and the user experience. Although the evolution of these products in HVAC may be in their infancy, many are predicting that user experience will define the industry for years to come. The emphasis on convenience is creating increased demand for technology that […]
It's important to start thinking about getting your HVAC system ready for winter. You can schedule your preventative maintenance inspection and help reduce the risk for common heating problems, including carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless and undetectable without a carbon monoxide detector. Carbon Monoxide Gas – is produced as a by-product of fuel consumption. All appliances and vehicles that […]
There are two types of heating systems to choose from: heat pump vs furnace. Figuring out which is best suited for where you live can be a difficult decision. Heat pumps, for instance, work better in warmer climates with a milder winter. Furnaces, however, can brave the harshest weather that nature can dish out. First, furnaces are measured using an […]
So why does it feel colder when it's humid? Temperatures are dropping, but the humidity is still higher. You may think that is not true, but listen here. One hundred percent humidity – it's raining. Anyone who has ever been caught in a cold rain wearing inadequate clothing knows that 100% humidity during cool weather makes you feel much colder […]
Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Now is the time here in South Carolina to prepare your heating system for cooler weather. Here are a few tips to help with the process: Order a complete preventative maintenance. No matter what sort of heating system your home uses, it's best to have it checked annually by a […]
Have you serviced your heating system for the winter ahead? Listen to our Fall HVAC preventative maintenance tips! Whether you are a homeowner or property manager, you will need to find a reliable HVAC professional – like those here at LHT Cooling, Heating & Refrigeration, Inc. A well maintained and serviced HVAC system will be more efficient both in functionality […]
Many people wonder do I really need HVAC inspections twice a year. We certainly appreciate that you want to be as efficient and cost effective when maintaining your HVAC system, but we firmly believe it is better to have 2 inspections/cleanings done – one in the Spring and one in the Fall – or roughly 6 months apart. Even though […]
In the fall, many homeowners are busy preparing their property for the winter. From the extra task of raking leaves to sealing cracks and applying weather stripping to keep the cold air out, there are many tasks on your to-do lists. One more to add to the list this time of the year is Fall maintenance for your HVAC system. […]
Remember, as you make your plans and prepare your emergency hurricane kits, pay special attention – is your air conditioner ready for the hurricane? You’ve spent a lot of money having these systems installed and maintained. With proper precautions you can protect your investment and avoid an unpleasant situation. Here are a few steps to follow in order for your […]
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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.