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Cor Home Automation is a new offering available for your home from your Bryant Heating and Cooling System providers at Carolina Comfort Systems. Cor technology works with Bryant's Preferred or Evolution heat pumps, gas furnaces, air conditioners and heat coil systems. Cor Home Automation gives you the ability to control your lighting, thermostat settings, security system and more from your smartphone. Of course, Bryant is an industry leader in heating and cooling systems but for…
Tuesday, 07 March 2017 11:10

Pollen! Tips to Keep It Out of Your Home

Spring time is pollen season in South Carolina. Temperatures are warming up and the trees are... detonating a giant sticky pollen bomb all over the region. And most of the trees in the area are in on the mess; Oak, Elm, Hickory, Sycamore, Alder, Maple and Juniper trees are the culprits! As if that were not enough, those delightful spring breezes distribute pollen over every surface like your car, your patio furniture, your pets, your…
Understanding some of the most common HVAC problems is important for every homeowner. Some problems can be fixed by simply changing the air filter, while others indicate a major problem and require emergency service. To help you know when to stick it out and when to call in the pros at Carolina Comfort Systems, we've created this handy guide to some of the most common HVAC problems. 1. Blown Fuse - Fuses protect your system…
Extreme temperature fluctuations can take a toll on your heat pump. Cold temperatures that dip down below 40 degrees Fahrenheit make maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home a challenge for many heat pumps as they lose efficiency at lower temperatures. As the temperature drops, your heat pump runs more frequently and for longer periods, eventually triggering your emergency back up electric coils to turn on or if you have a split system, switching to…
Geothermal energy is not a new discovery, in fact, researchers began working with geothermal energy as early as 1904. The technology required to harness geothermal energy in a real-world efficient way for an individual home is much more recent. Bryant has three types of geothermal systems to help you take advantage of the most energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly options for your home. What is geothermal and is it right for my home? Geothermal energy is energy…
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 22:08

Bryant Systems for Commercial HVAC

Whether you are choosing an HVAC system for a new commercial space or replacing an old HVAC for an existing commercial space, Bryant has options to meet your needs. Bryant Commercial HVAC systems come in two types: rooftop or split systems. Rooftop Commercial HVAC SystemsBryant offers two lines of rooftop systems to meet the needs of a wide range of budgets. The Legacy Line Rooftop Series is the more affordable line offering three models with…
Monday, 12 December 2016 18:25

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality with Bryant

Did you know that the air you breathe inside your home may be dirtier and more polluted than the air you breathe outside? The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that, on average, indoor air can be 5 times more polluted than outdoor air! In the United States alone, more than 25 million people have asthma and more than 50 million experience significant allergies related to air quality. Causes of Indoor Air Pollution The quality of the…
To repair or replace your HVAC system... that is the question. When your heating and cooling system has a major breakdown, you may find yourself facing a very important decision - whether to repair the problem or replace your system. Use this handy set of criteria to help you decide if you should choose the option to repair your system or if it is better to just replace it. Age of SystemThe first consideration is…
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