Coastal Climate Control is open during pandemic
Mom and Pop Coastal wish to thank all our friends and customers for their patience and understanding for any shortcomings in our level of service during this government requested stay-at-home period.
We’ve been able to keep the offices and shipping departments fully operational, if a little disorganized, with just Mom and myself in the building handling things as best we can while the rest of the staff are home-bound. We drive, masks on, directly between home and office in our electric Mom-n’-Pop-Mobile, so no stopping for gas or coffee! We sure do miss our other team members, but their health and safety is our No. 1 priority, and we look forward to having them back at work as soon as possible.
Rest assured that we are processing orders, answering phones and emails, and doing our best to help those of you out there that need parts and technical assistance in order to keep vital systems operational. It gets a tad crazy on the phones here now and then, so if you have just a general question or inquiry we ask that you please check the web site first for information, and follow up with an email, if necessary.
We currently have a good stock of most of what we offer and don’t expect to run into any shortages in the near future. Hopefully that situation will continue unchanged until we’re all back to whatever form of new “normal” we are faced with.
There is one important point to note, though. Inbound air freight is getting more expensive by the day due to the scarcity of planes in the sky and the resultant lack of cargo space available. So if you are in desperate need of some exotic part from a land far away, prepare for shipping-shock.
And so, whatever form of alien lifestyle you may have been forced to endure during this weirdness, please be aware that the skeleton crew at Coastal Climate Control are striving to ease your pain by helping you keep your cool.
Stay safe and stay well.
Mom n’ Pop Coastal
Marine Cooling, Refrigeration, Monitoring, and Solar Solutions
Are you a boat owner, or soon-to-be boat owner, with questions about your vessel's systems? Let us help you find those answers. For example:
- How many amp/hours are your solar panels putting into your battery bank? Philippi's PSM System Monitor will tell you.
- Water-cooled vs air-cooled refrigeration, see "Which Condensing unit should I use" in Refrigeration > Planning.
- Planning for solar panels on our boat? See "Marine Solar Panels Planning and Installation Guide in Solar > Planning.
- Air-conditioning on your boat, while on the hook and no generator running? (Yes you can!)
- Need a refrigerator or freezer cabinet for a small space? See our catalog - Vitrifrigo has many sizes to choose from
If you don't see the answer to your questions in our website, blog, facebook, or twitter posts, then contact us directly. We are here for you.