San Antonio, Tx (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 -- As a homeowner, you expect gradual price upticks for inspection and repair services from plumbers, A/C specialists and other technicians. So when a shockingly large bill arrives, you contact your provider to iron out the discrepancies.
Unfortunately, when it comes to high A/C repair bills over the next decade, there won’t be any ironing to do. Regulations designed to phase-out Freon, a cooling agent used in many home air conditioners, may have you paying more for the same services.
The 1990 Clean Air Act mandated the elimination of Freon, first by banning its use in new systems beginning in 2010, then by eliminating the manufacturing of it entirely by 2020. This year is likely to be the first time Freon supplies no longer meet consumer demand, causing an increase to energy bills for households and businesses still using an older A/C System.
Don’t be held captive by the government mandates causing R-22 Freon shortages. Tiger Services Air Conditioning has stocked up on enough refrigerant to help homeowners with an ample supply, 30% below current market pricing.
Read on to learn more about Freon from Tiger Services Air Conditioning, why it’s being phased-out and how its extinction affects you, the homeowner.
Visit their website and download a guide to the Freon Phase-Out!
Jc Cuenca, Tiger Services Air Conditioning, http://www.orangetiger.com, +1 (210) 344-0060, [email protected]