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The Freon® Factor: Issues and Strategies for Business Owners with Older HVAC Systems

Your Business Could Be In Danger!

How the Freon® Factor May Be Putting Your Commercial HVAC System…and Your Wallet at Risk with Costly Repairs

Do you own a business or manage a commercial property? Changes in federal environmental policy may affect your bottom line.

Recent advances to HVAC systems have been touted by many as a boon both to the environment and our lifestyles, with new systems that save energy and cost less to run. However, most businesses haven’t made the switch, relying instead on older commercial air conditioning units that use R-22, known by its trade name Freon®, and its relative R-12. While these systems are still ubiquitous, their older refrigerants, also known as chlorofluorocarbons, are linked to dangerous atmospheric consequences. Already, their manufacture has been severely curtailed, and ultimately will be soon phased out completely.

HVAC repairs to these outdated systems COULD BE COSTLY.

Older commercial air conditioning systems need maintenance, and eventually significant repair. With Freon®’s price heading ever skyward, the savvy business owner must budget for a changeover to a newer commercial HVAC system. While the transition is inevitable, a few smart steps beforehand can save your company from thousands of dollars in emergency HVAC repairs, and hasty purchases.

Find Out How to Protect Yourself and Your Business.

With a clear understanding of what’s at stake, and some simple preparation, you can keep your business and your bottom line from the consequences of these recent government mandates.

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