The price tag for running, fixing as well as replacing your a/c could be going way up. That is if the politicians have anything to say about it. An agreement to begin phase-out production of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), a product that is found in old a/cs, as well as believed to be harmful to our ozone layer will increase costs of our a/c equipment. Even the updating for this product has been banned. So, this phase-out will be not come cheap for the Heating & Air Conditioning industry, adding significant bottom line costs to American households as well as businesses. This deviation will impact virtually anyone that has an old a/c, since this phase-out may affect millions of existing a/c units. Even if costs of the phase-out is broken in half, that’s potentially still hundreds of dollars more for a family to repair or update their a/c. Higher prices for a/cs may not be restricted to just beach apartment clients replacing their older a/c unit, either. Commercial a/c units can also be subject to this phase-out of the harmful product which is used to make old a/cs. In doing so, dealers nationwide can also be affected by this phase-out considering the alternatives will be quite pricey. The hotel industry is only one industry which relies heavily on the use of commercial Heating & Air Conditioning systems. It is truly likely the costs of this phase-out of our current type of Heating & Air Conditioning plan will be passed to the guests through the hotels’ average daily room rate. Someone will pay for that new, as well as supposedly better Heating & Air Conditioning unit.