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Guide to R-22 Refrigerant Phase Out

R-22 Refrigerant Phase Out: Do You Need to Replace Your AC?

If you have older HVAC or commercial refrigeration equipment, there are regulatory changes in the works that you must plan for now. In less than 3 years, it will be illegal to manufacture or import R-22 refrigerant in the US.

Learn the facts, your options and receive expert advice when it comes to the R-22 refrigerant phase out.

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Commercial Heating and Cooling, Residential Heating and Air

FAQ: Duct Cleaning and Indoor Air Quality

Get the Facts About HVAC Duct Cleaning & Indoor Air Quality. What you can’t see may be hurting you.

What’s more important than the air you breathe? It affects your day-to-day comfort as well as your short and long-term health. Yet especially when you live in the city, you may be breathing in all kinds of invisible contaminants in your home and workplace.

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Commercial Heating and Cooling, Residential Heating and Air

Guide to the HVAC “Repair vs. Replace” Dilemma

REPAIR OR REPLACE? A guide to making an informed choice when your HVAC system is down. 

Deciding whether to repair or replace your HVAC system is as simple as reading the paper. A white paper full of useful decision making criteria, to be exact. But you can still enjoy it with your morning coffee, if you like. (Personally, we think it pairs well with a full bodied Sumatran dark roast.)

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Commercial Heating and Cooling, HVAC Preventative Maintenance Agreements, Residential Heating and Air

Transitioning to A New HVAC Service Provider

Contract Confidence: Transitioning to A New HVAC Service Provider

Ready to switch NYC HVAC service providers? Starting the search for a new vendor can feel overwhelming. Don’t worry. Arista has got you covered.

Building owners, property managers and plant operators often struggle with concerns and doubts about the quality of their HVAC service contracts — and their confidence in the people behind the contract. They feel trapped by clauses they don’t quite understand, terms that are clouded by legalese, and a general hesitance to make waves or explore alternatives.

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