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As a leader in the HVAC installation and service industry, we at Airtron would like to take a moment to inform you of important legislation set forth by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to the Department of Energy. This notice could be critical to your business and is a reminder that everyone in the new home construction industry will continually have to measure up to new challenges.

If you are not aware of the federally mandated 13 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) Minimum effective January 23, 2006, and the R-22 HCFC Refrigerant Phase Out, you should be. As an example, the new mandate will require the physical size of outdoor units to grow 50% larger. Other changes will occur concerning shortage issues, service and repair costs, and a host of other matters that could have an impact on your business. So now is the best time to prepare for these changes.

Know that you can always count on Airtron for leadership in addressing these HVAC issues and others that can affect your company. When it comes to choosing a HVAC contractor, Indianapolis area new home builders have relied on the Indianapolis Division of Airtron as a preferred partner for over 30 years. That's why Airtron has over 1,500 new home installations in progress at all times. And why our Indiana neighbors have trusted us for over 50,000 heating and air conditioning system installations.

Your customers are our customers. And at Airtron, we know the products and services we provide for each family that moves into their new home reflects on your organization. And our commitment to continue our efforts to earn your trust will never stop. This commitment has earned Airtron of Indianapolis the coveted "Division of the Year" status for 1987 through 1992, 1995, 1996, 1999, and 2003. Airtron is the only contractor to win the Better Business Bureau's Quality Service Award and has consistently been an Angie's List Super Service Provider for many years.

Enclosed is more detailed information on the coming SEER minimum and Refrigerant Phase-Out for your reference. Please read it over thoroughly and call me if you would like more information or have questions regarding this important concern. In any case, be sure to consider the issue in your HVAC installation plans.

We included in this mailing a handy tape measure as a reminder of who you can always call on for the best HVAC installation and service in the business. And for those builders who are not yet our partners, we always welcome inquiries on how we can add value to your homes and customers, too.

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