When you let an HVAC technician into your home for installation or regular maintenance, you deserve to be comfortable with allowing them access to your family, space and valuables. While it’s rare for service contractors and their employees to commit crimes in their clients’ homes, it does happen. No one should feel anxious about a stranger in their home, and it’s especially important to use caution when you are elderly, disabled or are a woman home by yourself with young children.

Fortunately, there’s a way to feel safe and comfortable with a contractor who has access to your home: the Technician Seal of Safety. This certification shows that the company has done extensive testing of their contractors and employees. They perform background checks to avoid hiring employees who are registered sex offenders or have criminal records. Employees undergo drug testing as allowed by law. They carry a badge that displays the Technician Seal of Safety along with their photograph to make any homeowner feel more comfortable.

Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing is one of the few select dealers in the Mount Pleasant, Sulphur Springs, Pittsburg, Daingerfield, Mount Vernon, Omaha, Naples and Winnsboro areas of Texas to require the Technician Seal of Safety for their employees. In addition, we provide ongoing professional training, so you know that the technician coming into your home is qualified and reliable and worthy of your trust.

With more than 50 years of experience and rave reviews from customers, at Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing, we bank our reputation on the expertise and professionalism of our employees. We offer a full range of services to make your home comfortable and energy efficient. We’ll inspect your heating and air conditioning system for damage and give it a thorough cleaning and tune-up. If it’s time for a new HVAC system, we’ll carefully measure your space to make sure you get the right system for maximum energy efficiency, and help prepare your home with proper insulation. Call us to get service on your heating and cooling equipment from a technician who has earned the Technician Seal of Safety.

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