R-22 A/C Refrigerant Is Phasing Out in MA
Does your Massachusetts air conditioner still use R-22 refrigerant? Find out why R-22 is phasing out, and learn about your options from Noonan Energy.
R-22 Refrigerant Is Phasing Out
With advances in technology, air conditioners that were manufactured in 2010 or earlier are becoming outdated. Not only do they have a lower energy-efficiency rating, but they also use R-22 refrigerant: an expensive coolant. Changing your refrigerant and considering an upgrade in the future could save you big on home energy.
Consider Going High-Efficiency
Newer air conditioning units use R-410A refrigerant and use electricity more efficiently, costing you less on your energy bill. You can convert your old air conditioner to the new refrigerant for now, but if you decide to upgrade to a high-efficiency system with R-410A, you’ll benefit from the following perks:
* Smaller environmental impact
* More reliable operation
* Reduced cost of repairs
* Higher energy efficiency
* Whisper-quiet operation
* Long-term savings on service
Plus, Save Annually on Energy Costs
The older a system is, the more likely it is to use energy inefficiently and cost you more than necessary. Spend less on home comfort when you upgrade your Massachusetts air conditioner to a high-efficiency model, and keep your family comfortable while maintaining lower electricity bills.
When you schedule an air conditioning upgrade in our MA service area, our qualified and highly-trained technicians will arrive at your home, expertly convert or install your system, and stay until you’re 100% satisfied. If you have any questions about installations, upgrades, or anything else HVAC, please feel free to give us a call, drop by to visit, or contact us online. We’ll be more than pleased to speak with you!