Dec 13 2016

Why hire a NATE-Certified Tech? You wouldn’t put your life in the hands of an unqualified physician, so don’t put the life of your HVAC system in the hands of an inexperienced technician. By hiring a NATE-certified technician, you’ll get professional service that will benefit you, your home, and your HVAC system for years to come. Here’s why you should hire only NATE certified technicians to work in your Bath, Pennsylvania, home.

What Does it Mean to be Nate Certified?

Many homeowners may feel that, since they understand the fundamentals of the inner workings of an HVAC system, they can take repairs and maintenance into their own hands. While any homeowner can do some maintenance tasks on their own (like change air filters or clean around their system), the repair, replacement, and cleaning of individual parts require a practiced and trained hand.

To become NATE-certified, a technician must pass a test with both core and specialty components (heat pump, air conditioning, etc.) with a score of 70 or higher. Passing this test ensures that technicians genuinely know what they’re doing and that they have the knowledge necessary to not only fix current issues but also to prevent future issues from occurring.

Benefits of Hiring a Nate Certified Tech

When you hire a NATE-certified tech, you can rest easy knowing that your HVAC system is in reliable hands. Thanks to the experience and knowledge of a NATE certified tech, the maintenance they conduct on your system is guaranteed to increase its efficiency, which saves you money both now and in the future and prevents small problems from becoming significant ones.

Putting the maintenance of your HVAC in the hands of a NATE-certified technician can mean the difference between secure comfort and a cold home. To see the effect a NATE-certified technician can have on your HVAC system, call Sullivan Heating and Cooling at 610-813-6555.

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