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Rising Cost Of R-22 Freon

Just a reminder to our customers;  As we progress into 2013, the rising cost of R-22 Freon continues to increase.  Some HVAC companies are now charging anywhere  from $75 -$150 a lb.  If you have a large leak in your system, it may be time to consider a new energy efficient system with R-410A Freon, depending on the age and amount of R-22 Freon needed in your old system.  Experts say by January 1, 2020, chemical manufacturers will no longer be able to produce R-22 to service existing air conditioners and heat pumps. Read more about the phase out. You can also follow this link to get a better time schedule for the Phase out.

As spring fast approaches, it’s time to think about the air conditioning season.  Is your unit ready to take on another summer? Keep in mind that here at Definitive Air we offer our spring start up specials with no service contracts.  If service is what you need, we have no trip charge within 25 miles of our location.  Just honest dependable service at a fair price.

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