Investing in regular HVAC service and repair is one of the simplest and best ways to ensure your HVAC system ongoing performance. For many homeowners, their three biggest expenditures are their home itself, their vehicle and their HVAC system. You have insurance on the first two; why not protect the third with regular HVAC service and repair?
Having highly trained and experienced service technicians to do that work is just as important as having scheduled maintenance performed in the first place. Slipshod work and inattention to detail can fail to resolve possible problems, or even create new ones. Technicians who are NATE-certified are among the most qualified HVAC service and repair professionals.
NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence. NATE is a third-party, nonprofit organization that tests the knowledge and skill levels of HVAC service and repair technicians across America. Hiring a NATE-certified technician means you won’t have to rely on word of mouth. You’ll receive the best quality HVAC service and repair available.
NATE tests are developed by HVAC service and repair senior practitioners across various fields of the industry, including manufacturing, contracting, education and other areas. A few of the specialty areas NATE offers testing for are:
- Air conditioning
- Air distribution
- Heat pumps
- Hydronics gas and oil
Getting NATE certification isn’t easy. About 70 percent of test-takers don’t pass. But HVAC service and repair technicians who take the time to become certified are more successful over time than those who don’t. They know how to keep your heating and cooling equipment running smoothly and efficiently. And because they are truly experts, they can spot small problems before they become big -- and costly -- problems during preventive maintenance service.
The NATE-certified professionals at P.K. Wadsworth Heating & Cooling are proud to help keep HVAC equipment in the Cleveland area running at peak efficiency, often increasing the equipment's life span.
Please contact us to schedule regular service or a repair on your home's heating or cooling equipment.
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