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$20 OFF ANY PLUMBING SERVICE
Enjoy $20 off any LimRic plumbing experts service over $100. We are available for your plumbing needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week!
Enjoy $100 OFF your electric, gas, or tankless water heater purchase & install from the LimRic experts!
Enjoy $20 off any heating or A/C conducted by a LimRic professional. You can rest easy on our service pledge of “Call Today, Comfortable Tonight!”
Call LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air today to schedule an appointment at (843) 620-6810.
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Spring is here, which means summer is coming with its sweltering heat. Charleston is notoriously hot and humid, and we all rely heavily on our air conditioning units to keep us cool in the summer months. All year round, though, it’s important to keep your unit maintained so that it’s ready for the summer months. Check out our three tips for routine air-conditioning maintenance.
For maintenance, twenty-four-hour emergency calls, and new systems, give LimRic Plumbing, Heating, and Air a call at (843) 639-4051.
Every month, LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air gives $500 to local non-profit organizations through our LimRic Give Back Grant campaign. This month, we presented two $500 checks to the Ronald McDonald House Plane Pull and the Bread Basket.
The Ronald McDonald House (RMHC) in Charleston has created programs that strengthen families during difficult times. RMHC provides vital resources and compassionate care to children and their families being served by leading hospitals worldwide. Core RMHC programs such as the Ronald McDonald Houses, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, and Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles, provide access to health care and enable family-centered care. RMHC has helped lessen the burden for more than 5.5 million families in 2016.
Cathedral’s Bread Basket provides bread and other grocery items to those in the community who are struggling financially and to other organizations that aid the needy. They serve approximately 200 families a week and distribute food to several local ministries and service organizations.
We’re honored to give back to our Charleston community!
A heat pump is responsible for keeping your home at the ideal temperature all year round, and when it breaks, your comfort is sure to suffer. Heat Pumps can malfunction in many ways, from faulty pilot lights and broken fans to thermostat failures and defective blowers. With our professional, certified technicians and affordable options, LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air makes repairing your heat pump hassle free.
Preventing heat pump problems before they occur is ideal. Keeping your heat pump maintained ensures that it will work on the first cold day of winter and every day throughout the season. Our professional, certified team can perform a routine check for air filter cleanliness and obstructions, inspect the heat exchanger, test the carbon monoxide meter for dangerous levels, clean the burners, and adjust the flame-oxygen mixture to keep your home and your family safe from fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.
Unsure of the best way to care for your heat pump? Give the experts at LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air a call at (843) 620-6810.
Hard water is problematic in any home, and it’s a surprisingly common problem among homeowners. Hard water can cause many issues within your home and to your well-being. Hard deposits on and around fixtures, spots on glass shower doors, dingy clothing, foul-smelling water, dry or itchy skin after bathing, and more are all caused by a hard water supply.
Fortunately, there is a solution! A water softener system can be installed in your very own home or business. The cause of hard water is an abundance of common minerals such as calcium and magnesium. The minerals can damage your skin, appliances, and fixtures. By installing a water softener, you can remove the ions from calcium and magnesium by replacing them with sodium.
The benefits you can receive from using a water softener are endless. Installing a water softener will keep your clothes cleaner, make your water taste better, increase your appliance performance, and increase your water pressure.
Interested in improving the water quality in your home? We encourage you to give our team at LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air a call at (843) 225-2665.
Every month, LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air gives $500 to a local non-profit organization through their LimRic Give Back Grant campaign. This month, the company presented a $500 check to Lowcountry Furniture Bank and Destiny Community Café.
The Lowcountry Furniture Bank is a wonderful organization that improves the lives of residents of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester Counties by partnering with the Tri-County communities for distribution of essential home furnishings to displaced or homeless individuals who secure housing. Destiny Community Café is the only One World Everybody Eats Foundation Pay-What-You-Can Cafe in South Carolina. Its patrons set the price for their mostly local and organic soul food cuisine. It’s a great cause!
To learn more about the LimRic Gives Back Grant or to nominate a charity, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LimRic.
We’re in search of skilled plumbers to join our talented team! Our plumbing technicians work as part of a dynamic and passionate team to demonstrate technical competency and ensure desired sales metrics. They diagnose and repair plumbing issues and lead customers to informed and confident buying decisions.
Who are we looking for?
Someone who is:
– Licensed with knowledge of local plumbing codes and ability to make on-the-job applications.
– Highly organized with exceptional follow-through abilities.
– Passionate about LimRic and loves the brand.
– A competitive individual contributor who also loves to win as a team.
– Highly motivated and a self-starter who’s flexible and has a great attitude on life.
And who has:
– A proven track record in soldering, pipe threading, fixture installation, gas leak testing and repair.
– A clean, safe driving record.
– Strong verbal and written communications.
– High integrity with advanced social skills and ability to make solid connections.
– Strong desires to be a better technician tomorrow than you are today.
– An outgoing personality that blends well with a fast-paced, goal-driven environment.
Are you interested in joining our crew or learning more? We encourage you to click here for more information and to access our online application!
Do you have an ugly furnace in your home? We’d love for you to share an image of your ugly furnace with us!
Those who share an image of an ugly furnace will be entered in the contest for a chance to win a $150 gift card to a Charleston area restaurant and a free one-year service contract with LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air! Don’t miss out on the chance to win big with us here at LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air.
Click here to submit your photo today!
Our Give Back Grant recipients for December are Camp Rise Above and Postpartum Support Charleston. The Give Back Grant is a monthly donation of $500 to local nonprofit organizations.
The LimRic Give Back Grant was initiated in February 2016 and demonstrates “LimRic Pride” by donating $500 to two 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations every month. David Miles, owner of LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air, said, “LimRic Pride is the backbone of our company and it emphasizes the community spirit. We are humbled to give to charities that offer support for people in different walks of life, since it’s the people that make up our community.”
The winners of the grant are chosen from Facebook nominations and voting. Individuals are invited to nominate their favorite charity on our Facebook page. Then each month, several charities are selected to take part in a two-week long voting process on the our Facebook page. The two charities with the most votes at the end of the voting period receive a $500 check from us.
Camp Rise Above, founded by Barbara Van Thullenar Denton in 2008, is a unique non-profit organization that provides fun, life changing camp experiences to children with serious illnesses, life challenges, and disabilities. They have grown to serve more than 58,000 children in South Carolina, offering high quality camp programs to hundreds of children each year.
“We believe all children deserve to experience the magic of childhood, regardless of their medical status,” said Executive Director, Erin Marie Ulmer. “That’s why we are so grateful to LimRic for their generous donation which will provide life-changing moments for Lowcountry children in need.”
Postpartum Support Charleston was founded by Helena Bradford after the loss of her daughter to postpartum depression. The organization is dedicated to eradicating the stigma surrounding maternal mental illnesses (such as depression, anxiety, OCD, and psychosis during and after pregnancy) to ensure all women who suffer receive support. In addition, Postpartum Support Charleston hosts a peer-led support group for women and their families.
“We don’t want anyone else to experience loss caused by postpartum depression,” said Elaine DeaKyne, Executive Director of Postpartum Support Charleston. “It’s through charitable giving, like LimRic’s Gives Back Grant, that we are able to provide hope and help and to bring awareness to postpartum depression and anxiety.”
To learn more about the LimRic Gives Back Grant or to nominate a charity visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LimRic
Choosing an air conditioning unit that’s the right size for your home can be a challenge. A unit too small will have to overwork to keep your home cool in the summer, increasing your electric bills. A unit too large can cost more upfront than necessary.
SEER ratings are helpful tools that match the right unit with the right home. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and it’s an important number when choosing a system. The minimum SEER rating, set by the federal government is 13, and the maximum rating possible is 25. Finding the right SEER rating for your home is based on square footage, energy efficiency of the home, time regularly spent in the residence, and the general climate of the area.