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Summer is here!

As the warmth of Spring begins to fade, and the heat of Summer gets closer, many homeowners start thinking about their HVAC system. Let's explore some of the ways that spring can affect your HVAC system and what you can do to ensure that it continues to operate effectively.

1. Changes in temperature

One of the most significant ways that spring can affect your HVAC system is through changes in temperature. As temperatures rise, you'll need to adjust your thermostat accordingly. If you have a programmable thermostat, make sure to adjust the settings to reflect the new season.

2. Changes in humidity

This is a time when humidity levels can fluctuate greatly. This can put additional strain on your HVAC system, especially if it's not equipped to handle high humidity levels. Southern Summers are notorious for their high humidity. Make sure to change your air filter regularly to help prevent clogs and ensure that your HVAC system can effectively remove moisture from the air.

3. Regular maintenance

This is an excellent time to schedule regular maintenance for your HVAC system. Your HVAC technician can perform a thorough inspection of your system, identify any potential issues, and make any necessary repairs or adjustments. Regular maintenance can help ensure that your HVAC system continues to operate efficiently and effectively, saving you money on your energy bills and extending the life of your system.


By understanding the potential issues that can arise and taking proactive steps to address them, you can help ensure that your HVAC system continues to operate efficiently and effectively throughout the season. So, take the time to perform regular maintenance, adjust your thermostat, and keep your air filter clean to keep your HVAC system running smoothly.

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At R&R Heating and Air, it is our mission to provide the best customer service in Belton, Honea Path, and surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on being there when you need us the most. R&R Heating and Air was built on person to person service. We do our best to make sure that you will always speak to a live person when you call us.

R&R Heating and Air is an established and reputable HVAC company. We are fully licensed and insured for your protection and peace of mind. We are certified with NATE, EPA, as well as being a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer.

We encourage our customers to become involved in the process and ask any questions they may have. By doing this, we are truly able to provide the customer experience you deserve.


Call R&R Heating and Air today at 864-965-8988! 

Our heating and cooling services include:


  • AC Systems

  • Rooftop Units

  • Heat Pumps

  • Mini Splits

  • Gas Packs

  • Furnace Systems

  • Preventative Maintenance

  • Full System Replacements

  • Ductwork Repair

  • Service & Repairs

  • New Installations


Financing options available

Who we are...

Owner/Operator Ryan Lollis
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NATE certified

Founded in 2012 with an A+ rating with BBB, R&R Heating and air is a family owned and operated company. R & R Heating and Air has been providing professional heating and cooling services to Belton, S.C., and surrounding areas including Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens and Greenville counties. We handle both residential and commercial service and work on all makes and models. With over 15 years of industry experienced, we are your one-stop shop for heating and cooling services. R & R Heating and Air takes care of the sales, service, and installation! If your heater or air conditioning unit breaks in the middle of the night, give us a call. We offer 24-hour emergency service for your convenience. We are happy to provide discounts for senior citizens, military, fire and police personnel. Fully licensed and insured.
NATE Certified
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Had my unit serviced to get ready for the warmer weather. Ryan corrected some issues that he found and sit down and explained what he fixed and what I would need to do in the future while answering all of my questions honestly.

—  Tina Bagwell

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