Why Smart Consumers Choose Contractors With NATE Certification
When it comes time to repair your home’s HVAC system, certified technicians represent the smart choice for consumers looking for integrity, experience and competence. NATE, or the North American Technician Excellence, certifies technicians through a process that involves strict and thorough examination in all aspects of HVAC service. This includes a knowledge of safety and tools; an understanding of science, electrical systems and construction; and the training necessary to properly install and maintain HVAC equipment. Established in 1997, NATE’s reputation has spread far and wide and industry leaders embrace and hold great respect for the non-profit organization.
Homeowners have grown to trust certified technicians and have found their work of higher quality and accuracy than that of non-certified repairmen. These techs have a knack for properly diagnosing and rectifying problems the first time out, which eliminates the need for callbacks and the unnecessary use of product warranties.
Property owners now seek out contractors who hire these specially tested and trained service technicians because they want the best service possible. Through their C3 Consumer Contractor Connection, NATE promotes contractors who employ certified repairmen. Consumers only need to check the group’s website to find companies in their area whose techs hold this esteemed certification.
Much evidence backs up the claim that NATE certification represents the smart choice for HVAC repairs. Surveys show that proper installation of equipment by certified technicians causes a reduction in utility bills and results in units running quietly, smoothly and at top performance levels. Additionally, the confidence and expertise exhibited by certified workers leaves consumers with great peace of mind and able to relax knowing the service of their home’s HVAC system lies in capable hands.
We at Blanton’s Heating & A/C enjoy sending our NATE-certified technicians out to satisfy the HVAC service and repair needs of our Fayetteville-area customers. Contact us today to discuss your home’s heating and cooling system.