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Carl was born and raised in Anderson, SC. He graduated from an area high school in 1994 and C&L Services was born in 1999. Carl decided to further his education at Tri-County Technical College which eventually lead to him obtaining his HVAC license, as well as his Residential Builders license. After years of experience with other area companies, Carl wanted to offer honest, personal, and dependable service to the area’s HVAC industry – things he noticed lacking during his time with previous employers. Carl’s unique vision is a high-quality heating and air conditioning company that is devoted to creating long-term bonds between himself and his customers.  This produced thousands of happy additions to the C&L family.  It is our hope that you, too, will join our family one day soon.

 

We believe in providing only the best quality products and service to our customers.  That’s why you will never see us sacrifice that quality to beat a freelance installer’s price.  We believe you get what you pay for.  C&L Services has an excellent history with Trane®.  Being recognized as a Trane® Comfort Specialist is the highest compliment that Trane® can give to one of their dealers, and we are happy to maintain the high standards they expect.

As our business continues to grow, we are always interested in suggestions that would allow us to improve upon our already high standards. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us.

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What Homeowners Need to Know About Fall Furnace Maintenance

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Is the Humidity in Your Home or Office Making You Sick?

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Choosing a New Air Conditioner for Your Commercial Building

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How to Reduce Wear and Tear on Your HVAC System

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Do I Need a Professional to Remove Mold from My Air Ducts?

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How Would I Know If My Air Conditioner Coil is Clogged?

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