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The Montreal Protocol requires the U.S. to reduce its consumption of HCFCs by 75% below the U.S. baseline. Allowance holders may only produce or import HCFC-22 to service existing equipment. Virgin R-22 may not be used in new equipment. As a result, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system manufacturers may not produce new air conditioners and heat pumps containing R-22.
The Montreal Protocol required the U.S. to reduce its consumption of HCFCs by 35% below the U.S. baseline cap. As of January 1, 2003, EPA banned production and import of HCFC-141b, the most ozone-destructive HCFC. This action allowed the United States to meet its obligations under the Montreal Protocol. EPA was able to issue 100% of company baseline allowances for production and import of HCFC-22 and HCFC-142b.
We employ many strategies that not only save you money, but help to prevent costly damages due to improper maintenance or repair.
Here are Just a few things we provide.
We offer many solutions to get you "Up and Running". An option you always have is trying to fix it yourself... Although this is not recommended, you might want to check out our "Self-Fix" page for more information.
Is your bill sky-rocketing? We also have solutions to help keep your costs as low as possible during those extreme weather months.
There are many ways to help improve your indoor air quality, including HEPA filters and UV light kits for airborne allergens.