Eco-Friendly Air Conditioners

Eco-Friendly Air ConditionersDid you know that most air conditioners and heat pumps use an environmentally harmful refrigerant called Freon R-22? In fact, many experts have labeled Freon R-22 as a major cause of ozone depletion. Ozone depletion exposes humans, animals, and plant life to the harmful effects of the sun’s rays and can increase rates of skin cancer.

The Dangers of Freon R-22

The good news is that as a consumer you now have the option to choose an environmentally-friendly air conditioner that uses a different component called R140-A. This is just as effective as R-22 yet does not pose the same environmental threat. Best of all, making the switch to an eco-friendly air conditioning system is also more affordable. As more R-22 units are being removed from the market, their maintenance costs are beginning to skyrocket. So why not invest in an eco-friendly air conditioner and save both the environment and your money at the same time?

Choose an Eco-Friendly Alternative

At Brennan Heating and Air Conditioning, we offer environmentally-friendly air conditioners and we are happy to provide a free energy consultation to help you find the air conditioning system that is perfect for your home. Brennan Heating is an award-winning Seattle heating and air conditioning service contractor contact us online or by phone at 1-877-BRENNAN.


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Brennan Heating and Air Conditioning provides quality heating, cooling, and electrical services to the greater Seattle area.
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