HVAC Columbia SC
Heating Repair, AC Repair & HVAC Installation Services
Chapin, Columbia, Elgin, Forest Acres, Irmo, Lexington, Northeast Columbia, Orangeburg, West Columbia, and Surrounding Areas in SC
Are you looking for a new heating and air system?
Cool Care Heating and Air is Columbia South Carolina's best choice for air conditioning repair, emergency HVAC repair, indoor air quality solutions, heating repair and much more! Whether you need HVAC repair services or a new HVAC installation, you can count on our team. We’re committed to providing our customers with exceptional service, so they can feel comfortable knowing their home will be taken care of. Our team of highly recommend experts are trained to handle all kinds of services – from air conditioner installation to HVAC preventive maintenance – so you can sit back and relax while we do all the work for you!
You don’t have time or patience to deal with an unreliable HVAC company in Columbia that doesn’t show up on time or leaves your house a mess. That’s why we pride ourselves on being reliable, honest, and professional at all times. We understand how important it is for your family to stay warm during those cold winter months, and Famously Cool in the hot Columbia summers. Which is why we always go above and beyond when it comes to customer satisfaction.
Heating Repair, Maintenance, and Installation
Award-Winning HVAC Service
Serving Columbia SC Since 2001
South Carolina Heating and Air
Residential and Commercial Services:
• Yearly HVAC Preventive Maintenance
• Air Conditioner Repairs
• HVAC System Installation
• Real Estate Inspections
• DHEC Inspections
• Duct Cleaning
• Aeroseal® Duct Sealing
• Duct Replacement and Repairs
• Indoor Air Quality Services
• Gas Logs Installation & Service
• Dryer Vent Cleaning
• Whole Home Energy Audit
• Tank less Hot Water Heater Installation & Service
• Insulation for South Carolina weather
• Columbia HVAC
• Gas Line Installation & Service
• Boilers Installation & Service
Commercial Refrigeration Services:
• Ice Machine Repair
• Line Coolers
AC Repair, Indoor Air Quality
What does HVAC stand for?
The term HVAC is an abbreviation of the full name Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. They are all essential parts of keeping a comfortable indoor air quality within your living space or building. If you would like to know more about how they work, what can go wrong with them and if there are people who specialize in hvac repair, then read on!
Heat The first part (and often most important) of any HVAC system is providing heat to the affected area. Without heat that area will quickly become cold and uncomfortable, and the many processes which we rely on for our existence will suffer. You can find out more about how HVAC systems provide heat here.
Ventilation The next part is ventilation – this sounds complicated but it's actually very simple. It simply involves ensuring that you have fresh air in your living area or building as people use up oxygen as they breathe which is important for indoor air quality. If you don't have a great deal of outside air coming into your home then this isn't so important, but if you have windows open to let some air flow around your living space then it becomes vital! This is what HVAC ventilation systems do.
Air Conditioning If you live in a particularly hot climate, like Columbia South Carolina, then air conditioning is vital. Without an HVAC air conditioning your home can become uncomfortably hot and this makes many things uncomfortable and is bad for indoor air quality. You may also want to relax in front of the TV at home without having sweat dripping down your face, so you'll need to install an AC system!
Indoor Air Quality
Do You Have Indoor Air Pollution?
Is your indoor air as fresh as you’d like? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution might the cause of “allergies” and your air may not be as clean as it looks. Tiny airborne particles, invisible to the eye but harmful to health, may be causing your indoor air to be more polluted than the air outside. Most of us spend the majority of our time indoors, so it makes sense to want indoor air that’s as healthy as possible with a quality HVAC system. View more info