End of 2014 Season

It’s getting to be that time of year. Here in Kansas City we had our last hot day at ninety-five degrees. Tomorrow’s high is in the seventies and the rest of the week will be in the sixties or seventies. I’d say we are out of the heat of the summer and moving into fall. While this means cooler temperatures it also means Refrigerant price will slowly begin to fall over the next few months.

There really wasn’t much of a spike those is year on Refrigerant pricing so I don’t expect it to crash too much this winter but you should see a noticeable drop in price compared to today. If you are looking to buy and it’s not an emergency I would hold off for a month or two and watch the prices start to go down.

Also, no one knows what next years season will do. It could be an extremely flat year and prices will remain the same, or it could be a crazy year and prices will go up three-hundred percent. It depends on so many factors that your guess is as good as mine.

Since I am in the business of selling Refrigerant I’m wishing everyone a hot HOT 2015 summer!

Thanks for reading,

Alec Johnson

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