When the time comes for you to install a new HVAC system in your home or business, you want to ensure the work is efficient and professional. And if you’ve ever experienced an AC breakdown in the middle of summer, you need someone who can get the job done quickly. Your best bet is to choose a contractor who has ACCA and NATE accreditation. One who is honest, reliable and experienced.
Because as spring transitions into the heat of summer, it’s time to put a plan in place and get prepared. For anything.
Selecting an HVAC Contractor with ACCA and NATE Accreditation
When determining which contractor to use, it’s imperative to consider whether they are certified and which certifications they hold. Make a list of questions to ask when you call, including:
- What level of training and experience do your technicians have?
- Where does their level of expertise stand?
- Do they have any specialties?
- What certifications do they hold currently?
Once you get the answers to these questions, you can feel comfortable knowing that your HVAC is in safe hands.
Two nationwide, nonprofit HVAC accreditations to look for are Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) and North American Technician Excellence (NATE), both of which support the values found in reputable contractors. When in doubt, always check with ACCA and NATE to confirm that your contractor is registered.
Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA)
With over 40 years of experience, ACCA involves itself with many aspects of the HVAC industry, from the streets of Washington D.C. all the way to your home or business in New Jersey. This organization promotes rigorous, inclusive training for their accredited technicians through onsite and online community training sessions. ACCA technicians are beholden to high standards to ensure they are thoroughly prepared to fix problems quickly.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE)
NATE has involved itself with the HVAC industry for over 20 years and prides itself on prepping technicians with real world, knowledge-based exams to ensure they are ready to fix any issue associated with HVAC systems. Technicians have access to online resources to ensure their certifications stay up-to-date and relevant to the needs of their customers. NATE requires that technicians continue their education by getting recertified every two years.
Choosing a Contractor with ACCA and NATE Accreditation
Finding a contractor who you can trust doesn’t need to be difficult. Luckily, Point Bay Fuel has high expectations for our technicians and we value the needs of our customers. Feel confident knowing that our highly-trained, specialized service technicians will fix the problem right the first time.
When you need a NATE certified and ACCA AC repair New Jersey contractor, call Point Bay at (732) 349-5059.
Find out more great information on our blog, “Discover the Secret to Finding a Great Heating or Cooling Contractor.”