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Serving Guilford, Alamance, Davidson and Forsyth Counties
Central Carolina Air Conditioning (CCAC) started here in Greensboro and has been serving the Piedmont Triad’s residential air conditioning needs for more than 50 years. We know how hot Carolina summers can be and how fast temperatures can rise. Whether your HVAC system is down or you’re interested in air conditioning preventative maintenance to keep it running well, we’ve got your cooling needs covered.
When it’s time for a new AC system, Central Carolina Air Conditioning can help you make a smart investment in your home. We pride ourselves on our ethical business practices and providing reliable air conditioning equipment at some of the most competitive rates in the area. Learn more about our affordable AC installation services.
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Homeowners faced with HVAC equipment replacement have several strategies to find the best system for their home, the needs of their family, and their budget. Here are a few options to consider when it is time to replace your heating and cooling equipment. Rebate offers Contractors Many residential service companies offer rebates on heating and… Read more »
As the new year rolls in, most of us are thinking about changes and improvements we can make in 2021. Perhaps home energy efficiency isn’t as interesting as learning a new language or training for a marathon, but it can surely help you save money! Here are some of our favorite home energy efficiency tips… Read more »
No one likes a dusty home. Let’s look at how this happens and what type of filtration and prevention can be done to lessen the amount of dust. If you have a problem with the amount of dust in your home, no matter how much you clean, this may be an indication that your HVAC… Read more »
HVAC upgrades will always be a safe bet and a smart investment — and yet, these home improvements are some of the most commonly overlooked by homeowners and flippers. A prospective buyer probably won’t automatically walk away from a home without all the newest gadgets, but they won’t even look twice at a home that… Read more »
Spring has brought April showers, the hope of beautiful May flowers – and allergy season! The air can get really bad for people who suffer from seasonal allergies, but believe it or not your HVAC system can help allergies and bring some relief.It’s not expensive or difficult to get your HVAC in shape for this… Read more »
Even though temperatures are pretty mild, you may have already test driven your air conditioner this year. On days when the inside of your home becomes uncomfortable, you may opt to run the AC instead of opening windows. In the south, this is mostly due to pollen that can coat the floors, countertops and anything… Read more »
When it comes to HVAC systems how do you know what’s a myth and what’s true about maintenance and services? Let’s take a look at a few of the most common HVAC myths and dispel them so you know how to make the best decisions to keep your systems working efficiently. HVAC Myths Dispelled MYTH:… Read more »
Do you ever walk from one room to another and notice a temperature difference? Do the floors feel cold in some rooms and not others? Balancing hot and cold spots in your home can bring you more comfort and lower utility bills. Knowing how to do this can save you money and aggravation. A home… Read more »
Americans are spending an average of 90% of their time indoors! Therefore, indoor air pollution poses a major health risk. This is especially true for young children, older adults and people who have heart or lung diseases and spend even more time indoors. Fortunately, HVAC technology offers ways to improve indoor air quality and prevent… Read more »
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas produced by the incomplete burning of any carbon-containing material, like gasoline, natural gas, propane, coal or wood. CO is dangerous. It replaces oxygen in the blood and interferes with the transport of needed oxygen to cells in the body. It is deadly, and since symptoms often… Read more »