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Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning's Certifications
North American Technician Excellence (NATE)
Every single Jerry Kelly technician is NATE certified. Why should this matter to you? NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence and those who carry this certification are experts in residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). In order to become NATE certified, service and installation technicians must pass core and specialty exams in heating, cooling, ventilation, and refrigeration.
Technicians who pass these exams and obtain certification have proven they have the knowledge and training to service your home HVAC system to the highest degree of excellence. Utility companies also support NATE certification because only trained and tested technicians correctly install and service furnace and air conditioners. This translates into systems that operates at peak performance, which ensures energy and money savings for their customers.
Jerry Kelly NATE certified technicians exhibit professionalism, knowledge and proficiency that you can trust. Because all of our technicians have this certification, you can be sure that when you call us, you are receiving the best possible service.
National Comfort Institute (NCI)
Without the right precautions, any appliance that burns fuel gives off carbon monoxide (CO) and can be dangerous for you and your family. For instance, if you have a gas furnace, you need to make sure your heating and cooling contractor can adequately test and adjust your equipment to minimize any potential carbon monoxide risks.
The National Comfort Institute (NCI) trains heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractors in carbon monoxide safety, as well as provides certification for those who go through their rigorous training program. Unfortunately, most contractors who install furnaces and water heaters do not have this certification and do not provide any kind of safety or efficiency analysis on the equipment they install. This is a vital service that should be performed on fuel-burning appliance in your home.
You can be sure that your Jerry Kelly service technicians have the knowledge and ability to minimize the carbon monoxide risk to you and your family. All of our technicians are certified CO/Combustion analysts, certified by the National Comfort Institute.
What does that mean to you? It means that you can be sure our technicians have the absolute highest level of carbon monoxide training. They have been trained in proper venting, combustion air and fuel adjustment to maximize the efficiency of your fuel-burning appliances. They have been trained to conduct testing and prevent future risk through proper installation and tuning of your equipment. After completing this training, technicians must pass a written exam to receive their certification. The training and testing process assures that, when you hire Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning, you have secured the services of one of the most skilled technicians in the heating and cooling industry.
Heat Exchanger Certification
Jerry Kelly service and install techs are the absolute best trained technicians in the industry. By using the most advanced technology on the market, our technicians are highly trained to detect even the smallest cracks in heat exchangers. As it relates to safety issues, heat exchangers are, and should be, the number one priority for HVAC contractors. That is why all Jerry Kelly techs use Visible Defects™ Heat Exchanger Inspection System. This allows identification of cracks without question and confirms whether or not your furnace is safe to operate.
The main concern with cracked heat exchangers is Carbon Monoxide (CO) leaking into your house. CO poisoning has been linked to many health issues, some of which are not yet known. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), all it takes for a potentially dangerous crack is one that is a hairline crack at least one eighth of an inch long.
In addition to ongoing trainings, our technicians gather follow the information on trends in cracked heat exchangers so we they can be proactive in alerting our customers with potential safety issues. To ensure confirm that each all heat exchangers that are diagnosed as having with a crack actually are has a cracked, our service technicians digitally record the crack investigation process to a DVD.
To further put our customers' minds at ease, we have offer a free furnace guarantee. This guarantee states that if we erroneously diagnose a heat exchanger as being cracked and we remove it from your home, we will replace the furnace for free. To date we have never given away zero a furnaces due to an incorrectly diagnosed heat exchanger.
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