Carolina Heating Newsleter 6/2020
Summer 2020 News

Our Summer 2020 Newsletter has been released Our Summer 2020 Newsletter has been mailed out to our subscribers. For the rest of us, we have the PDF here. Find the following articles: Here is summer. Are you ready? – Scott Kelly Are you listening? 10 signs that your AC system needs service Quick tips to […]

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Heating and Air at the Southern Home and Garden Show Spring 2020

Visit Carolina Heating Service at the Spring 2020 Southern Home and Garden Show  at the Greenville Convention Center March 6th through March 8th, booth 410. Our show topics are Geothermal Heating and Air Mini Split AC Systems Home Standby Generators and of course all the latest in HVAC And we will feature our exclusive home […]

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Spring 2019 News

Our Spring 2019 Newsletter has been released Our Spring 2019 Newsletter has been mailed out to our subscribers. For the rest of us, we have the PDF here. Find the following articles: We’re serious about service – Scott Kelly Cool Cash, Carrier’s great rebates for 2019 Feel safer at home – Power outage and what […]

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Fall 2018 News

The Fall 2018 Newsletter has been released Our Fall 2018 Newsletter has been mailed out. Find the following articles: What does value mean to you? – Scott Kelly Reasons to get your tune-up Comfort and Savings – Finding your balance Stay safe! – Talking about carbon monoxide Protect your home from power outages Read the […]

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Federal Tax Credit for Geothermal Returns

Let’s have some good news for all home owners interested in Geothermal Heating and Cooling for February 2018. The Federal Tax Credit returns! It’s good through 2021 and even retroactive for 2017. Here the memo received from WaterFurnace: Geo tax credits restored through 2021 Just minutes ago, President Trump signed into law a bill restoring […]

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Southern Home and Garden Show Fall 2017

Carolina Heating Service will be at the Southern Home and Garden Show September 15-17, 2017 WHERE: TD Convention Center 1 Exposition Drive Greenville, South Carolina 29607 SHOW HOURS: Friday: 10am – 7pm Saturday: 10am – 7pm Sunday: 12pm – 5pm BOOTH: 315 Our Comfort Consultants will be there! Pete, Richard, and BJ ! Ask them […]

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10 Geothermal Myths Explained

Our friends at Contractors California have put together and shared with us the following blog post we don’t want you to miss. The blog addresses some of the common myth and misunderstandings about geothermal heating and air conditioning. Geothermal heating and cooling has been used in the United States and abroad for over 60 years […]

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Reduce your Carbon Footprint with Geothermal

Our Fall 2015 TV Commercial addresses a more and more important topic, carbon emission and what we can do individually to contribute. The buzzword carbon footprint targets exactly how much each individual contributes to carbon emission.  And our heating and cooling needs is one of the biggest contributors. Just think of burning fossil fuels to […]

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Southern Home and Garden Show Spring 2015

FUN. FRESH. ENTERTAINING. See what’s happening at the Show! Be Sure to check out our NEW Booth! #402 We are at the Spring Southern Home and Garden Show THIS WEEKEND!! 3/6 – 3/8/2015. Meet and chat with Our crew including our technicians, “Ask the Expert” Industry representatives Check out our Expo Specials! And try your […]

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Geothermal in the News

Carolina Heating participated in the Go Green series of reports which aired in the WSPA evening news on 1/15/2015. Heating cost and how to reduce these costs using geothermal energy was the topic. Dan, WSPA’s meteorologist did the introduction, Norm, our most experienced geothermal expert talked about the technique to get the energy into the […]

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