Trust Your Comfort Only to NATE-Certified TechniciansPublished: April 27, 2018

Would you trust someone who has no experience in dental extraction to remove your painful tooth? Of course not! Just as you want a professional to extract your tooth, you should only trust NATE-certified technicians to fix your broken HVAC system. If you live in Florida, you can trust Ellington Air Conditioning & Heat’s NATE-certified technicians.

What is a NATE-Certified Technician?

You may be wondering what the difference is between a NATE-certified technician and a non-NATE certified technician. First, NATE is an acronym for North American Technician Excellence. This alone tells you that technicians who are certified NATE have gone through testing and vetting of their work. NATE certification is highly valued and widely recognized as a hallmark of excellence within the HVAC industry. You know you’re in good hands with us because all our technicians are NATE certified. If you live in Brevard County, then one name should come to mind, Ellington Air Conditioning & Heat!

What Does it Take to Become NATE-Certified?

In order to become NATE certified, technicians have to pass a series of tests. These tests include showing that one is capable of identifying problems with malfunctioning HVAC systems and fixing them. This is the practical side of things. There is also a written exam, which requires technicians to show that they understand the ins and outs of the HVAC industry and what’s involved in fixing broken air conditioning and heating elements.

Why Hire NATE-Certified Technicians?

Going back to our dental extraction analogy, if you want the painful tooth extracted right the first time around, you go to the expert doctor, right? The same can be said for HVAC repairs. If you want to save time and money, then hiring a certified NATE technician guarantees that the job is done and done right the first time.

At Ellington Air Conditioning & Heat, NATE-certified technicians are available to fix your HVAC systems at any time. If you live in Brevard County, don’t hesitate to call us at (321) 248-4838.

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