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It’s good idea to know a thing or two about whomever you allow into your home to work on your cooling and heating equipment. If your contractor hires NATE certified technicians, you’ll know a lot more than that. Today’s HVAC systems are more complex than ever and require special skills and training. Anyone can claim to be qualified, but only NATE certified technicians have the endorsement of the HVAC industry behind them to prove it. Whether it’s a seasonal maintenance check-up, a major repair or the installation of a new, high-efficiency A/C unit, NATE certified technicians get the job done right.

Field technicians are the front line of the industry. Certification by the non-profit North American Training Excellence organization means the techs working on your equipment have passed rigorous examinations in both HVAC theory and mechanical skills, then another exam on a chosen specialty. Following certification, technicians are expected to complete 60 hours of continuing training in HVAC topics over the next five years.

Here are some of the benefits of using HVAC contractors who hire NATE certified technicians:

  • The manufacturer’s performance and efficiency specs for HVAC equipment rely on installation, maintenance and repair that conforms to strict guidelines. NATE technicians are fully versed in industry-standard procedures for the latest technology.
  • Work performed by NATE-certified techs is done right the first time, without the annoyance of callbacks after a sub-standard job.
  • Healthy indoor air quality depends on proper airflow and system air balance. NATE technicians have the expertise and specialized equipment to detect duct leakage and imbalances in air pressure that can draw contaminated air into the system.
  • Most HVAC equipment utilizes high voltage and produces dangerous combustion gases such as carbon monoxide. For the safety of your family and the security of your home, only fully trained technicians should be working with these systems.

Serving Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Indian River counties, NisAir Air Conditioning & Heating is proud to dispatch NATE certified technicians for all your cooling and heating needs. Contact us about a service call or an upgrade now.

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