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How to Prevent a Clogged AC Drain Line in Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and Indian Land?
Your A/C condensate drain line is a PVC pipe that exits your house and is typically located near your outdoor air conditioner. The drain line connects to your indoor evaporator coil. The drain line removes the condensation produced by the evaporator coil (This is box attached to your furnace or inside your indoor air handler) […]Read more
How to Cut Your Utility Bill in Half This Summer in Fort Mill, SC
Summer is a favorite time of year for so many. Warm summer nights and long days that include vacations, swimming, kids playing outdoors, and picnics at the park. But along with the fun of summer comes the dreaded high utility bill. Summer is hot, especially in South Carolina. It’s too hot to keep the windows […]Read more
Should I Do My Own Repairs to My HVAC System in Fort Mill, SC?
DIY home repairs are a routine part of life for the average homeowner. Nobody wants to spend unnecessary money, but should your air conditioner be one of the items on your DIY checklist? Probably not… unless you’re a licensed HVAC contractor, it’s best to leave repairs to the professionals. Here’s why: It Could Be Dangerous […]Read more
Why is my air conditioner blowing fuses in Fort Mill, SC?
Summers in Rock Hill and Fort Mill are hot and humid. Because your air conditioner works harder over the summer months, it’s more likely to blow a fuse at that time. While a blown fuse is normally not a big deal, it could be a sign of more serious problems. Read on to find out […]Read more
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. […]Read more
Why Isn’t My Furnace Working?
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 […]Read more