Heating and Cooling Charleston sc

Heating & Cooling

Your #1 Choice for Heating and Air Conditioning

Heating and air conditioning keeps your home comfortable all year long. You have plenty on your plate each day running a household, from errands to meals to bills to trying to get some precious sleep, not to mention hosting holidays and special events at your home. A comfortable environment lets you get back to the important times in life and conquer your to-do list.

Morelli Heating & Air Conditioning has over 30 years of experience serving residential and historic homes in Charleston. Our family owned business knows how to solve your family’s HVAC problems in the hot humid summers and mild winters of the Lowcountry.

Check out our most common Heating and air conditioning services:
  • Air conditioner installation
  • Air conditioner repair
  • Furnace installation
  • Furnace repair
  • Preventative maintenance on all types of units.
  • Efficiency and air quality audits

We’re a Partner to Answer Your Tough Question of Repair or Replacement

When you call Morelli for Heating and air conditioning, we address your concerns and look at your current equipment holistically. Sometimes a quick fix makes sense. We’ll pull from our wide selection of inventory to make a timely repair that gets your unit up and running.

Other times, our certified technicians will counsel you that it’s time to replace your system. You’ll avoid future breakdowns and headaches from inefficient equipment. As a Factory Authorized Dealer of Carrier, be assured your new unit will be affordable and efficient. Our commitment on a replacement will keep your home comfortable for years to come.

Make a Date Twice a Year

Preventative maintenance checkups two times each year are not just for dental care. In the spring, we’d like to tune up your air conditioning unit to prepare for the hot and humid days ahead. In the fall, let us check on your heating unit before winter weather strikes. The good news about these visits is we’ll leave you with equipment operating at peak efficiency, and you’ll reduce the risk of a unit failure.