CMR Mechanical Helps Reduce Its Carbon Dioxide Footprint


PRLogJuly 6, 2015ANN ARBOR, Mich. CMR Mechanical believes in improving its carbon footprint, so it is switching part of its fleet of trucks to Ford Transit Connect vehicles.

According to Ford, they’ve “been working for many years to reduce the environmental impacts of their vehicles and operations.” These new vehicles will help CMR’s trained heating Ann Arbor contractorsget to their jobs more efficiently. The EPA estimates that the Ford Transit Connect vehicles get 20 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway. So, they’ll be able to get further on a full tank of gas.

“We hope that this change will help show our commitment to improving our environment not just with energy efficient heating and cooling technology, but in every aspect of our business,” says Andy Bobo, co-owner of CMR.

About CMR Mechanical: Located in Dexter and Ann Arbor, Michigan, CMR Mechanical is a local family oriented business that focuses on quality HVAC products and customer service in Dexter, Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Ypsilanti, Plymouth, Milan, Whitmore Lake, and Saline. They live and breathe in the world of heating Ann Arbor, ac Ann Arbor, geothermal systems, high-efficiency Bryant furnaces Ann Arbor, mini-split Ann Arbor heating and cooling, and have been in business long enough to understand both the big picture and the critical details.

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