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Make sure your dealer is NATE certified

April 20, 2017

When you’re looking for a professional to repair, install or service your Charlotte HVAC equipment, you want a company you can trust. Certification through North American Technician Excellence is an unmistakable sign that you’re working with an expert. Read on to find out why your dealer should be NATE certified.

Certification Means Expert Knowledge

NATE certification is your reassurance that we have the required expertise for the job. The North American Technician Excellence exam is rigorous, voluntary and the only one supported by all fields within the heating and cooling industry. To pass the exam, technicians must demonstrate a thorough comprehension of heating, ventilation and air conditioning. This knowledge translates into more comfort for you.

Certification Means Quality Workmanship

Studies show that customers who work with a NATE-certified dealer have fewer problems with their warranty; they also experience fewer call-backs. The HVAC industry is competitive; unfortunately, some companies do repairs or installation, but their work isn’t up to par. Certification shows that our technicians know what they’re doing, that we care enough to adhere to industry standards and that we’re serious about having only the finest technicians work on your project. When you see the NATE-certified logo, it helps you weed out incompetent companies and steers you to a professional.

Certification Means Continuing Education

Being certified through North American Technician Excellence isn’t a one-and-done thing. Dedicated technicians who desire to remain at the top of their industry undergo continual training so that they can be recertified every five years. Recertification means that our technicians are always up-to-date on changes in the HVAC industry: new SEER requirements, advances in technology, new installation standards and new refrigerants.

When you select a heating and air conditioning dealer that is NATE certified, you know that you’re working with a company that values knowledge, quality and training. To learn more about the products our certified technicians install, check out Bradham Brothers’ products page or call (704) 912-1456 .

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