The R 22 phaseout makes it so I have to get an HVAC upgrade

While I have been aware of what’s coming for quite a long time now, I still genuinely didn’t do anything about it at all.

Here the people I was with and I are only months before 2020 begins plus the use of the HVAC machine refrigerant R 22 ends.

The first day of the new year will be the day that this type of refrigerant will no longer be available in the US. Given the impact it has on the ozone, I have to say that I am satisfied that they are getting rid of it. The chlorofluorocarbon reduction over the last couple of decades has brought excellent repair to the ozone layer. I’m just having a pretty rough time deciding whether or not to rip out the old HVAC machine at our residence. The thing is well past its prime anyway but, it still runs at least. It’s not easy for myself and others to just get rid of something that still works quite nicely. But, the fact that it needs the R 22, just further devalues my old cooling machine. So, I came up with a checklist to help myself and others make the right decision. I’ll check the regional prices on HVAC machine replacement first. Then I will have a solid HVAC corporation come out to help me with everything. I’ll also have the HVAC worker check to be sure the ductwork in our residence is still okay. Then there is the whole thing with the SEER rating plus what sort of efficiency I want. I think it’s about time to get real proactive about this HVAC machine replacement complication. The decision already seems to be made for the most part. It just makes the most sense to replace the HVAC machine in our residence.



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