Charleston HVAC company moving to North Charleston

A well-known Lowcountry heating, ventilation and air-conditioning company is moving into new digs.

Next month, LimRic Plumbing, Heating & Air will leave its home at 1920-G Dunbar St. in West Ashley for a new 10,000-square-foot facility at 4546 Dorchester Road in North Charleston.

The new building will include a 900-square-foot customer service training room, gym, updated technology, collaborative office space, conference rooms and a large warehouse with equipment for all HVAC brands. It will also be smoke-free and use a 6,000-gallon rainwater collection system for landscaping and plumbing.

LimRic’s president, David Miles, said the new location allows the business to have convenient access to more than 30 suppliers, making it easy to stay stocked in the latest HVAC and plumbing supplies.

“Our new building is positioned between I-26 and I-526 so we can better serve our customers quickly and efficiently, from Edisto all the way to the Awendaw,” Miles said.

A ribbon-cutting and grand opening will be announced once construction is completed.

Home prices continue their northward lurch in the Charleston region.

Property information provider CoreLogic reports home prices, including distressed sales, in the Charleston-North Charleston market climbed 6 percent in March compared the same month a year earlier.

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From February to March, home prices remained unchanged in the area.

Distressed sales include short sales and bank-owned foreclosure transactions.

Excluding distressed sales, year-over-year prices jumped 5.3 percent in March. Month over month, they rose 0.2 percent from February to March, according to CoreLogic, which does not report dollar values.

Last month, the region’s median home price reached $220,000, up by $5,000 over the same month a year ago, according to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors.

South Carolina recorded one of the five highest home price appreciations in the country in March, both including and excluding distressed sales.