By S. Kim Henson Rainy days won’t put a damper on shopping North Myrtle Beach’s 45,000-square-foot indoor market. Neither will the heat index or dropping temperatures since Everything Under the Sun Flea Market has air conditioning and heat. Fittingly named, there are 100 plus booths stocked with everything from electronics and sports memorabilia to fresh … Continue reading Everything Under The Sun is Carolina Cool!
I have watched people for months get out of their car, walk a straight path to the bench in the park my home office overlooks, and get down on their hands and knees to search for something. I thought, “A lot of people lose their sunglasses over there.” We’re a block from the beach – … Continue reading Geocaching is Cooool!
People often ask what specific services we provide. Indirectly, the goal of Carolina Cool is to provide you with the highest level of indoor comfort. The direct way to make sure you are comfortable in your home is by providing needed professional services, including HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Indoor Air Quality, and Solar. What are those services? In … Continue reading Mechanical Contractors of Myrtle Beach
‘Tis the Season Sniffle. Hack, hack. Drip … drip … drip. And it’s not the kitchen sink this time. It’s your nose. The season is here when yellow puffs of pollen and other allergens wait for an open door to come inside. The trouble they cause is worth every effort to lessen their affects. Spring … Continue reading Reduce Spring Allergens
http://www.myrtlebeach.com/blog/post/myrtle-beach-skywheel-fun-facts/ SkyWheel is Cool Not just cool…SkyWheel is “Carolina cool!” The ride is the first in a series of monthly posts that will update readers on the groovy stuff happening up and down the Grand Strand. SkyWheel is this month’s cool pick. SkyWheel, expected to open by summer, is the $12 million, 187-foot-tall Ferris wheel … Continue reading Sky Wheel is Cool— Carolina Cooool!
Power bills costing hundreds of dollars have sent customers to their thermostats to set a lower temperature. Next, to their closets for an extra layer of indoor clothes. And it seems, checking The Weather Channel, there’s more chilly weather on its way. Save money and stay warm for winter – Set thermostat at 68 degrees … Continue reading Tips for Winter Energy Savings