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The Government Says Good-Bye to Older Refrigerant Systems

The Government Says Good-Bye to Older Refrigerant Systems

Beginning in 2010 the US Government has put legislation in place that disallows the sale of many refrigerant products that are used by older air conditioning systems.  Although there is nothing in the legal jargon that requires consumers to upgrade their old equipment, many heating and cooling companies are suggesting that these old devices be replaced by newer ones because refrigerant won’t be available for replacement.  Irwin Arieff from the New York Times explains the need for the legislation: For…

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Geo-thermal Heat Pumps are the new Heat Pump

Geo-thermal Heat Pumps are the new Heat Pump

With heating and cooling costs reaching new highs, many people are looking to the Earth for answers.  New geo-thermal heat pumps can so dramatically lower heating and cooling costs that many people are pulling out their old equipment for the next generation.  Liz Galst of the New York Times says: The business for ground-source heat pumps is so hot that when some people driving in and around Seattle see Gerard Maloney’s EarthHeat van, with the company’s phone number on the…

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