Sarasota and Manatee county home and business owners recognize the importance of preserving our environment and taking steps to reduce our effect on our planet.

Sean McCutcheon's Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. incorporates "Green" practices that significantly reduce or eliminate adverse environmental effects.

Air conditioners can be the single most energy draining appliance and a poorly maintained or older system will significantly run up your electric bill. In addition, an older air conditioning unit can emit 1.34 lbs. of carbon dioxide for every kilowatt hour it is used.

By replacing older air conditioning units with more efficient models, you can stop hundreds of pounds of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere each summer. This will not only help save the environment but will also save you money.

Always look for the ENERGY STAR label. ENERGY STAR approval is given by the Environmental Protection Agency to products that are 10 percent more efficient than what is required by the minimum federal standards. This is good for the environment and for your budget.

Sean McCutcheon's Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. recommends quality products like Bryant's Evolution® and Preferred™ Series Central Air Conditioners which combine up to 15 SEER cooling efficiency and quiet, ultra-dependable performance for whole-house comfort. These Systems use environmentally friendly Puron® refrigerant to reduce emissions and increase efficiency.

We are dedicated to being environmentally friendly! We install the most energy-saving and eco-friendly heating, ventilation and air conditioning solutions for your home and business.

When we service your air conditioning and heating, we use earth friendly, non-toxic, cleaning products and we recycle all old heating, ventilation & air conditioning equipment and any unused materials to keep our planet healthy.

One of the ways we protect you and our environment is to keep the AC units we are replacing out of our landfills.

Parts that a typical Air Conditioning company would just toss into a dumpster are salvaged. The old refrigerant is carefully removed and processed in a safe environment.

94% of an old Air Conditioner can be recycled – this includes materials such as copper, aluminum, sheet metal, and all wiring.

The team at Sean McCutcheon's Air Conditioning

 

Sean McCutcheon's Air Conditioning of Sarasota Truck in front of home

 

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