Would you trust your kids’ health to someone without a medical degree? Would you trust a transmission repair to the ice cream man that passes through your Mount Pleasant, Texas, neighborhood? Of course not! So, why would you trust your HVAC system to an inexperienced repairman? The comfort and air quality of your home and business deserve better than the neighbor down the street who will fix your system for twenty bucks. An HVAC technician with the NATE seal of approval can be trusted to bring comfort and efficiency to your home and business.
What is NATE Certification?
NATE (North American Technician Excellence) is an independent organization that HVAC contractors rely on to test potential technicians. NATE gives technicians an exam that tests both core and specialty (including air conditioning, heat pumps, oil and gas furnaces, etc.) knowledge related to the HVAC industry. To receive certification, test takers must pass with 70 percent or higher. Many HVAC contractors hire only NATE-certified technicians because the tests they must pass ensure that they are the best of the best.
Benefits of Trusting a NATE-Certified Technician
Your HVAC system is the heart of your home and business, and taking care of it can lead to more benefits than just those related to comfort. An efficient HVAC system can make both your home and business life more productive. And that means you need to get your money’s worth for the service your HVAC requires.
A NATE-certified technician has mastered the trade and can be trusted to provide the services that you need. The maintenance provided by a NATE-certified technician will save you money by preventing future, more severe issues with your HVAC system. Plus, you can’t beat the great customer service of a NATE-certified tech.
If you’re looking to take your home or business to the next level, trust your HVAC system to the care of a NATE-certified technician. You won’t be disappointed! To see the work of such a technician firsthand, give Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing a call at 903-285-6550 .
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