Phoenix, AZ – Larson Air Conditioning is proud to announce that they now require all their home air conditioning service technicians to be N.A.T.E. Certified. It’s no longer just a preference for employment consideration it’s a prerequisite!
North American Technician Excellence is an independent, third party organization that develops tests for HVAC professionals. To become N.A.T.E. Certified a candidate must pass one core exam and one specialty exam. To name a few N.A.T.E. has developed a variety of specialty exams including: heat pump service, air conditioning installation, air balancing and gas heating. The exams were created by professionals in the heating and cooling industry according to the proper methods and codes for the trade. These exams test the candidate’s ability to perform at the highest level of industry standards.
“Our goal is to provide expert heating and air conditioning services and to be able achieve this we must implement this requirement,” stated Jared Larson, General Manager of Larson Air Conditioning. “We don’t believe it’s too much to ask of our technicians, it’s what our customers deserve!”
Larson Air Conditioning is dedicated to offering superior technical expertise. The HVAC industry doesn’t have a certification requirement to be a technician. This means it’s left up to the employers to determine if a technician has sufficient experience to join their organization. “We’re not going just off experience anymore, we need our technicians to prove to us through the N.A.T.E. testing program that they have what it takes on an expert level. HVAC companies have too many black eyes from under performing and inexperienced technicians. We refuse to fall under that category. Our service technicians must all be N.A.T.E. certified,” repeats Jared Larson.
Larson Air Conditioning in Phoenix, Arizona offers expert heating and air conditioning service. They serve the entire greater Phoenix area and are dedicated to quality service with integrity. Larson Air Conditioning is continually making the effort to improve the quality of service they offer by increasing the education level required to be a technician at their company.