Question about Heating & Cooling
Hey now don't treat me like the enemy or anything, but by law (section 608 EPA) you have to get someone EPA certified to do this. If you're unit uses R22 refrigerant it may be a bit costly, like the auto refrigerant being discontinued a decade ago, now the home stuff is no longer produced causing the price to skyrocket. Please don't shoot me the messenger, but you have to call somebody reputable. Hope all goes well
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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