New R-22 Refrigerant Manufacturing Is No Longer Available!
As of January 1, 2020, the U.S. government has banned the production of new R-22 AC Refrigerant
Is Your AC System At Risk?
Older home air conditioning systems that run with R-22 refrigerant will not be able to get a refrigerant re-charge with new R-22 refrigerant. If your home’s central AC is older than 15 years, you may be faced with a decision to upgrade to a new system!
Helpful Content Related To The Government's Mandated R-22 Production Ban
Below are three articles that we published in 2019 related to the production ban of R-22 refrigerant in the United States. Contact us to discuss how this impacts your home comfort in 2020!
Do I Have To Upgrade My Entire HVAC System If It Uses R-22 Coolant?
Consequently, many homeowners question whether or not an air conditioner retrofit is a useful option. Making the best decision can be a tricky process, particularly if you have to decide whether to replace the whole system or go for a retrofit. Read more here.
Does Your AC Use R-22? Here’s What You Need To Know
What happens if your central AC system breaks down over the summer and your home’s AC system is over 15 years old? You have a big decision to make - Should you repair the older system or replace it? Read more here.
How To Identify If Your Cooling System Uses R-22
Obsolescence is a real threat to air conditioners using R22 refrigerant, deemed illegal by 2020. The phase-out is already affecting people today. Owners who would like an R22 recharge for their cooling system in 2020 will have to pay an exorbitant amount. Read more here.
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