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Question DetailsAsked on 7/4/2013

how much to recharge home central air

a 2000 sq ft home, central air, cost for frenon

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It depends on whether it is new freon or the old stuff. The old stuff, which I suspect it is, is crazy expensive, because it is limted in supply and TERRIBLE for the environment.


First, the leaks that caused you to lose it need to be found and fixed. Then you can get a recharge. The quote I got for that was about $1000 to $2000. I think the freon itself was over $800. Instead, I got a new unit installed, since mine was so old to begin with.

Answered 7 years ago by Guest_9267337

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Freon/R22 has skyrocketed in the past few years due to the government phase out , to protect the ozone layer.


So Freon will continue to rise. Time to plan replacing the system with Puron/R410a.

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Answered 7 years ago by BayAreaAC




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