R-410A and R-22 Buyback for Charlotte, NC
FluoroFusion proudly delivers the nation’s leading R-22 and R-410A Buyback programs to High Point, NC and the surrounding areas such as Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Durham, and everything in-between. Headquartered in North Carolina, FluoroFusion understands the challenges small businesses across the Tarheel State face. From tightening environmental regulations to growing market competition, we know you need customer-centered refrigerant lifecycle management solutions.
When you partner with FluoroFusion, you partner with an EPA-Certified Refrigerant Reclaimer with national reach and a commitment to customer service. Our R-410A and R-22 Buyback programs build on our commitment to customer service with features, such as:
- Onsite cylinder exchange or cylinder return - with NO FEE
- Replacement of your out-of-date cylinders with requalified cylinders - with NO FEE
- Payment in 15 days or less - guaranteed!
- Top market rates for your recovered R-22 and R-410A, as well as many others
Are you a mechanical contractor or property manager in North Carolina? Contact FluoroFusion today to turn your recovered refrigerant into profit.
R-410A Refrigerant for Sale
Environmental regulations mandating phaseout of R-410A drive many in the HVAC industry to internet searches, such as “410A refrigerant for sale,” “410A refrigerant near me,” and “where to buy R-410A refrigerant near me.” FluoroFusion’s R-410A Buyback program enables us to turn expensive refrigerant recovery into an opportunity for profit, while ensuring sustainable access to R-410A.
As an EPA-certified refrigerant reclaimer, FluoroFusion reclaims your recovered R-410A through a process resulting in a sustainable supply of reclaimed gas. Reclaimed R-410A is the best substitute for virgin R-410A, delivering the same performance and characteristics you’d expect from the virgin gas. Our patented reclamation process brings recovered R-410A back to AHRI purity standards, providing a sustainable solution as you work with clients to transition toward next-generation refrigerant systems.