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What You Need to Know About the New Refrigerant Ban
What You Need to Know About the New Refrigerant Ban

R-22 Is Going Away! R-22, or Freon® as many of us have heard, had been the most popular refrigerant for home cooling systems from the 1920s until around 2000. In 1996 Carrier® was the first manufacturer to use Puron® (R-410A). Shortly after, other manufacturers starting ...

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  • What You Need to Know About the New Refrigerant Ban

    R-22 Is Going Away! R-22, or Freon® as many of us have heard, had been the most popular refrigerant for home cooling systems from the 1920s until around 2000. In 1996 Carrier® was the first ...

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  • Home Air Conditioner Capacity Killers

    In a perfect world your air conditioning system (warning; boring technical talk) should deliver approximately 400 cubic feet per minute (on standard a/c systems) for each ton of air conditioning. ...

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  • Don't Suffer with Those Spring Time Allergies

    Spring is a great time of year for many people, but yet to others it means runny -itchy nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, itching-watery eyes and even under eye dark circles. What is the primary ...

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  • Understanding Static Pressure and Your Duct System

    How Your Duct System Works Let’s start with our duct system in our houses. The fan in your furnace blows the heated or cooled air into the ductwork until it goes into the living areas through the ...

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  • Apples to Apples: The Gary's Heating And Air Conditioning Difference

    Ever since 2010 I wanted our company to have the value that would stand out above all other companies in our area. I know you have other choices besides Gary’s Heating and Air Conditioning and what ...

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  • Winner of Cozy Christmas 2018

    Since 2011, Gary’s has teamed up with News Channel 10 and Carrier to find someone in need of a new furnace to stay warm year around. Nominations open at the end of November and literally hundreds of ...

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