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A/C replacement (needed sooner or later): buyback deal now

Posted in: Cedar Grove Park
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  • trandhoa
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Check out the company's offer at https://www.mccreaway.com/Promotions — from McCrea HVAC: until March 31, they will credit $100 per A/C system cooling ton capacity (i.e., $150 for the 1.5 ton size of my other townhouse). 

Contact #: (855) 562-2732, direct # to Ken, sales manager, with whom I just spoke this morning, 30 Dec 2019.

Check out the company's offer at https://www.mccreaway.com/Promotions

I used McCrea HVAC at the recommendation of a fellow townhome owner in another neighborhood, for another of my houses, and have been very satisfied with both their price and their service. Replaced an original building (2001) installation, both gas furnace and 1.5 ton A/C unit. Price was actually lower than through the Costco HVAC program!

As the brochure explains, our existing HVAC systems (if original, installed when our townhouses were built, on/around 1975) originally used the now-EPA-banned refrigerant, so repair costs are going to be extravagant. My other house (built 2001) developed a Freon leak, and the cost to repair (pump in replacement Freon refrigerant, which used to be around $15 per pound) was quoted at around $150 per lb., and we would need at least 3 lbs. to restore usable pressure to keep our houses cool in the summer. With the old refrigerant total ban on manufacture or import starting in 2020, those prices are bound to rise inexorably even higher.

This looks like a lower price opportunity to do a replacement for which we'll have to spend sooner or later, anyway.

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