During summer here in the St. Louis area, your air conditioner is probably the most important appliance in your home. So when you need an installation or repair, you don’t want just anybody working on your system. One of the best signs that you’re putting your cooling system in the hands of a technician you can trust is NATE certification. Today we want to talk about why NATE certification is a surefire sign of a high-quality contractor and what you can expect by working with a NATE-certified technician.
How does NATE certification set an HVAC technician apart from the rest?
Unlike state licensing and other required qualifications, NATE certification is voluntary in the HVAC industry. The contractors and technicians who choose to acquire NATE certification take this extra step to ensure that they have the knowledge, skills and professionalism you can rely on when it comes to installing and repairing your HVAC systems.
Every single one of our technicians at Jerry Kelly is NATE-certified, which is a rarity in our industry. So no matter who we send to your home to work on your HVAC system, you can ensure that you’ll receive service from some of the best-trained technicians in the industry.
What can you expect by working with an HVAC technician with NATE certification?
- Service you can trust. With so many different companies out there, it’s hard to know which ones you can trust with your HVAC system. By working with NATE-certified technicians, you won’t have to think twice about the quality of service and professionalism you can expect to receive.
- Maximum performance from your HVAC system. NATE-certified technicians have been through rigorous training, so they know how to service and install your equipment the right way. That means you’ll get the most out of your HVAC systems while minimizing the need for repairs and extending their operating lives.
- Lower energy bills. When your HVAC systems are performing at their best, they consume a minimal amount of energy. That means your energy bills will be lower than they would be if you worked with a less-qualified technician.
- Great resource for your questions. Have a question about any aspect of your HVAC system? A technician with NATE certification is one of the most knowledgeable in the industry, so he or she can provide you with excellent answers and advice.
If you have any questions about the benefits of working with HVAC technicians that have NATE certification, or if you’d like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles air conditioner installation and repair company. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like Ladue, Lake St. Louis and Manchester.How Can a UV Light Provide Protection for Your Air Conditioner? » « Don’t Skip Out on a Heat Pump Tune-Up this Cooling Season!