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"We want the work being done in the field to be high-quality work, and NATE certification helps ensure the contractors are top notch."

Paul Kyllo
Southern California Edison
NATE Home : How NATE Benefits You
How NATE Benefits You
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For superior installation and maintenance or service of your heating, ventilation, air conditioning or refrigeration system, ask for a NATE-certified technician. NATE-certified technicians are skilled professionals who have proven their knowledge in the HVAC/R industry by passing specialized NATE certification tests. When choosing a contractor, be sure to ask that a NATE-certified HVAC technician comes to your home or business.

 

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*NATE encourages the use of NATE certified technicians for superior installation and maintenance or service of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, or refrigeration systems. NATE certified technicians have proven their knowledge in the HVACR industry by passing specialized NATE certification tests; however, NATE does not directly supervise or employ technicians, and does not endorse or guarantee their work or performance. As a result, NATE disclaims any liability related to services performed by an individual technician or recommended employer.

Homeowners Come First

Learn how you’ll benefit from hiring a NATE-certified tech with this quick, informative video.

 

When using a certified NATE tech, you’ll benefit by:

  • Lower utility bills through proper installation and maintenance
  • Fewer callbacks and warranty returns
  • Fast, efficient service
  • Job done right the first time
  • Equipment that runs at peak efficiency
  • Advice & knowledge of skilled, certified technician
  • Greater peace of mind
From air conditioning and heating installer certifications to residential and light commercial maintenance, NATE techs are the best in the business. So when you call a contractor, ask if they use NATE-certified technicians. If they do, ask them to send a NATE technician to your home. If they don't, use our contractor locator to find a NATE-recommended contractor.

 

It's Obvious—Consumers Prefer a NATE-certified Technician

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