Dusty just did an estimate and he was fantastic. I wanted to let you know that he was a great help, did not try to pressure me, and asked me what I needed and answered all of my questions. I have had previous estimates, and Dusty was by far the best I’ve had. I just wanted to let someone know.
– Rick L.
Thank you Rick! We appreciate your positive feedback!
When choosing a contractor to care for your HVAC unit, important factors must be taken into consideration. While a contractor can be licensed or accredited by an organization, the true value lies in if the contractor employs NATE [North American Technician Excellence] certified HVAC technicians. After all, it’s the technician who will be performing the installation or maintenance of your equipment.
What is the difference between a Licensed Contractor and a NATE Certified Technician?
- Contractors can be licensed or accredited by organizations, but you still may end up with an inexperienced technician at your door. Good questions to ask are: How did the contractor become licensed or accredited? What does that license or accreditation mean?
- Using a NATE certified tech increases the likelihood that the job gets done right the first time.
- If you decide to use n accredited contractor, be sure to ask the contractor to send a NATE certified technician to your home or business.
- For greater piece of mind, ALWAYS ask for NATE.
You can find more information on NATE certified technicians, and other news at HVACR Advice.