We Are NATE Certified. Here’s Why it Matters
Updated July 15, 2020
So you need your A/C repaired, and your out-of-work brother-in-law is handy with tools. If he fixes your unit, you can help him out financially while saving a few bucks for a rainy day. It sounds like the ideal situation, right?
Unfortunately, A/C repair doesn’t work that way. As handy as your brother-in-law, or some other unlicensed “contractor” might be, they don’t have the knowledge, tools or experience of a NATE certified HVAC technician.
HVAC technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. Today’s systems are complex and require specialized training and expertise to install and maintain properly. Fortunately, the HVAC industry’s nonprofit NATE certification program makes it easy to identify the true professionals.
What is NATE Certification?
Founded in 1997, North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certifies the knowledge and skills of heating and cooling field technicians — the front-line for system installation and maintenance. To receive NATE Certification, technicians must pass a rigorous examination on HVAC theory and practice, then a second exam in an area of specialization. Technicians are required to complete a specified number of classroom hours of instruction during the 5-year term of their NATE certificate.
Scott’s Air is completely dedicated to the comfort of our customers. To fulfill that commitment, we make sure that our technicians are equipped with the best training possible. That is a NATE Certification.
What Do Our Technicians Learn When They Get NATE Certified?
Nate Certification isn’t merely a walk-through on installing an AC system or fixing a broken air handler. It is a comprehensive training course that addresses every potential service area that could come up in a service visit. The five tenets of NATE Certification are HVAC Fundamentals, Service, Installation, Electrical and Controls, and Comfort and Airflow.
How Does NATE Certification Benefit You?
Better HVAC System Performance
Purchasing the most efficient system on the market doesn’t guarantee efficient performance in the home. That’s where a qualified technician makes all the difference. With proper installation and regular maintenance by a NATE-Certified technician, your system is much more likely to live up to expectations.
The Job is Done Right on the First Try
Callbacks and warranty service are minimized when the work is done by trained technicians with specialized equipment.
Professional AC Advice You Can Count On
A NATE-Certified technician is current on the latest technology and equipped to advise you on the proper operation of your system for optimum performance and efficiency.
Peace of Mind
Heating equipment produces high temperatures and combustion by-products like dangerous carbon monoxide (CO) gas. Central air conditioners draw high voltage and utilize compressed refrigerants. For your family and home’s safety, these components should be installed and maintained by trained air conditioning professionals.
Go With NATE Certified Professionals
Scott’s Air is completely dedicated to the comfort of our customers. To fulfill that commitment, we make sure that our technicians are equipped with the best training possible. That is a NATE Certification. This way we know that when we send our technicians out into Central Florida homes, we are sending professionals who know how to fix any air conditioning issue.
If you need air conditioning service, go with the NATE Certified professionals at Scott’s Heating and Air Conditioning.
Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning is a full-service heating and air conditioning company in Central Florida. Whether you need repair, maintenance or installation of a new heating or cooling system, we provide efficient, cost-effective and professional service. When it’s hot, call Scott!Tags: heating and cooling, home comfort, hvac technician, hvac technology, nate certification, orlando florida, preventive maintenance
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