Whether it’s routine preventative care or emergency service, Home Air Plus has its New Hampshire cooling customers covered.
Home Air Plus provides the routine care required to help you avoid unwanted repair costs and ensure your air conditioning system is running at optimal efficiency. We provide regular annual maintenance of all of your cooling system’s components to make sure your system can keep your home comfortable throughout the hot and humid summer days.
Regular tune-ups will also increase the life of you air conditioning system. During our visit, our certified technicians will:
- Check all connections
- Lubricate parts
- Clean drain lines
- Clean condenser and evaporator coils
- Check all controls
Ready when you need us
If the day comes that you need us for an emergency repair, we are here for you. Our technicians are EPA certified to handle all refrigerants and trained in refrigerant recovery and the proper disposal of old equipment. Our trucks are fully stocked with the necessary common parts and equipment to repair your unit and get you up and running.
- Available 24/7
- Certified technicians
- All major brands
Call 603-497-4500 for emergency repair work.
How the phase out of R22 refrigerant affect older systems
What Refrigerant is in my Cooling System?
On January 1, 2010, the EPA implemented a ban on the production and import of R22, except for continuing servicing needs of existing equipment. If your AC was built and installed before January 1, 2010, there’s a good chance that it uses R22 refrigerant.
What If My AC Uses R22?
The ban doesn’t require you to replace a functioning, R22 refrigerant AC system. However, as of January 1, 2020, you may need to evaluate your options if your air conditioning system fails or requires emergency repairs.
While R-22 remains available for servicing equipment made before 2010, the price of R22 refrigerant is likely to increase due to shrinking supplies, and repairing your old system may not be cost-effective.
At some point, you will need to replace your broken air conditioning system. Purchasing a new system before the upcoming cooling season will provide you with the time to evaluate the latest products and their efficiency and cost. Replacing your system early will ensure you have a properly working system when the need arises.
Ready to get started with your air conditioning repair?
Contact us today! We can help you choose the most affordable and energy-efficient solution for your home.