Awards received by Owner. Would You like to know if the company that’s about to work on your system actually has some training in the field? We agree and so these Awards are posted for your review.
We wish posting certificates was a requirement for every industry providing professional service to you. You might also want to check to see if the person working on your system actually has certificates, credentials, licenses to do it. For example, an air conditioning contractor license will end in the letter “E” denoting environmental air. A person licensed for refrigeration will have the letter “R” on the end. A person state licensed to do both will have the letter “C” denoting combination on the end. Do you know by state law the license number must be displayed in 2″ high letters somewhere on the service vehicle? This is part of their credentials.
How about insurance? Do you know by Texas Law they must have insurance to protect you in the event something would go wrong? Ask for your contractor’s insurance certificate. Awards are a way that we can tell who has proven their proficiency by people who understand and know what knowledge is required to perform the work. Our awards show a variety of knowledge from actually working on the systems to talking to people on the telephone. The first Certificate was awarded in October of 1986.
- Certificate Received In 1986 and 1987
- Indoor Air Quality
- Heat Pump Systems
- 33″ Modulating Furnace
- Mitsubishi Mr. Slim 2013 Diamond Contractor
- Basic HVAC Exam
- Manitowoc Ice Machine
- 33′ Single Stage Gas Furnace
- R-410a Refrigerant
- Air Volume Measurement
- Introduction to Psychometrics
- Telephone Skills
- Communication Skills
- XV18 and XV20 variable speed
- Equipment Staging York Commercial Controls
- EPA certification
- Residential Communicating Air Conditioning Systems
- Two Stage Gas Furnace
- R410a Refrigerant piping Design
- Preventive Maintenance