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Donation to Local school athletics Department

R&B Climate Control is thrilled to be pledging their community support again this year to the Fort Mill School’s athletics. The schools raise money by selling the water bottles at athletic games and school events.

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Waters Donated to Local school, Indian Land S.C.

Waters Donated to Local school, Indian Land S.C.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               At one of last year’s games, Fort Mill High School athletics presented R&B Climate Control with a plaque honoring their generous contribution and continued support.

Boosters Co-VP-Fundraising, Lori Hillman commented, “R&B Climate Control approached me on partnering with the high school. We were trying to come up with a way they could help the athletic program and touch each team.  It was their idea to provide water during each of the three seasons for the teams to sell, and make a profit on.  It is a huge source of income for the high school. Water is our most popular drink and they have made a huge difference in what we can provide for all of our teams, from what we benefit from the sale of water in concessions.  We are so proud to be on our second successful year working with the community through R&B Climate Control.  We owe them a huge THANK YOU!”

“We were looking for a way to reach out and help the community and felt what better way to give back to our local kids,” said owner, Russell Klara.

With over eighteen years’ experience, R&B Climate Control’s motto is simple: “Fix it right the first time.” In addition to their heating and air conditioning services, they also offer a wide variety of energy efficient units, helping to save customers’ money on their energy bills.

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Indian Land’s Baseball Team helping unload

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For more information, or to schedule a free in-home estimate on any heating and air issue, please call 803-547-2055.

Why Isn’t My Furnace Working?

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How to identify problems with your furnace It’s Winter, and even with this year’s mild winter we’ve already had a few cold snaps and freezing temperatures. If your furnace stops in the middle of winter, you don’t want it to stay down for very long. Especially if it’s something that you can take care of yourself. There are two very basic types of problems with a furnace. The first is that it won’t turn on at all, and the second is that it won’t function properly when it is on. Whether you want to call them signs or problems, today we have the 3 most common ways for you to tell that something has gone wrong.

Furnace Start Failure

The single most obvious problem with a furnace is that won’t even turn on. Whether you fail to hear the fan kick in, the sound of energy running to the blower motor, the noise of gas to the furnace, or the roar of flames from the furnace itself, a dead furnace is just that: dead. Common problems come from the thermostat, lines, circuit breaker, and pilot light.

#1 you should check is power. Examine your circuit breaker box and make sure the circuit breaker labeled for heating hasn’t been tripped. If it has, reset it. You should also check to see if your furnace has an emergency cut-off switch at the furnace and make sure that isn’t turned off.

Thermostats-Hero#2 Check your thermostat. Is it set properly? Is it correctly reading the room temperature? If the answer is yes to both questions the thermostat may be broken. It could be a switch issue or it could simply be failing to send a control signal to your furnace. Either way it should be replaced. If the thermostat is working and you’re simply receiving cold air, then you likely have a furnace problem.

#3 Finally, check the pilot light and fuel source. If you have an electric furnace there could be a problem with the heating element. If you’re getting cold air, it’s because there’s nothing to heat it.

 

Furnace Fan Activates with Cold Air

Sometimes you’ll find that the fan kicks on but the system only seems to deliver cold air. If you can, check the pilot light to make sure it’s on. If you hear the sound of fuel but don’t see a pilot light, shut down your furnace and call a technician immediately. If the pilot light is active but you still aren’t getting heat call us. Problems with the pilot light and fuel systems should be worked on by a professional.

Of course, there are other signs you should be on the lookout for are: strange smells or sounds that, when the furnace is running can hint at further problems. If your furnace itself is beeping or making noise, then it definitely needs your attention. While we always hope that nothing will go wrong, it’s nice to know you have professionals you can count on.

Give us a call at (803)547-2055  for any of your heating and AC service needs!

Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions you might have.

For more expert tips on maintaining a safe and efficient home, visit us on our website https://www.rbclimate.com, Facebook and Google+
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JOB Opportunities

NOW Hiring Skilled HVAC Technicians

R&B Climate Control is a local and well established HVAC company seeking experienced technicians for growing HVAC company. Applicants must have a strong customer service orientation and progressive/demonstrated experience in the HVAC environment. Minimum two years’ experience. Effective time management skills required. Team Player.

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Lead Service Technician WANTED!!!

Our fast growing company offers competitive salaries and benefits for the service technician that wants to go beyond just repairing equipment.

Job Title: Service Technician – Experienced
Starting Salary: $15-$18 per hour (with commission opportunities)

Position Summary: To provide maintenance, repair and service on residential heating and air conditioning systems according to company standards providing the customer with a high quality experience.

Required Qualifications:
• Valid driver’s license & good driving record
• Ability to read and interpret wiring diagrams and blueprints.
• Be familiar with a wide range of equipment and troubleshooting techniques.
• Demonstrate mechanical, electrical and technical aptitude.
• Communicate diagnostic and recommendations well to homeowner.
• Experience making repair and replace decisions.
• Advanced customer service skills.
• Demonstrate willingness to accept responsibility and leadership roles.
• Knowledge of air balancing principles and techniques.
• Able to operate a mobile processing system
• Possess tools needed
• EPA Universal certification.(or willingness to become certified)

Qualifications desired:
• Certificate of completion from a HVAC Technical School
• NATE Certified
• 3 + years experience.

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Be willing to start immediately. Are you ready to work for a company that appreciates your talent. Your dedication and your enthusiasm for this industry?