The most broadly utilized residential cooling refrigerants is refrigerant-22, normally specified to as R-22 and it might be in your heating and cooling unit. This refrigerant is being eliminated by US law under the EPA. Subsequently, it is ending up increasingly costly and later will be difficult to get. Production and importation will cease by 2020 and at that time only reused/recycled R-22 will be available at a very steep price.
Even now costs for R-22 have risen sharply. You may not require R-22 refrigerant when your A/C unit is being serviced, but if you do, you will see a sharp rise —and costs are probably going to keep on rising as it ends up harder to acquire. All air conditioning systems manufactured before 2010 likely use R-22, So staying current with preventive maintenance is your best bet.
To evaluate your cooling and heating systems and learn more call the NATE certified pros at of Oldsmar, Fl. They can ensure that your system is operating at its uttermost performance.