Why Choose an AC Pro Certified Contractor?
Not all contractors are created equal. In order to provide Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) services to consumers, all contractors are required to be licensed by their respective state (i.e. a C-20 license in California, or a C-21 license in Nevada). This is a good minimum requirement. However, here at AC Pro, we know that having a license doesn’t reflect a technician’s years of experience or code of ethics.
This is why we created our own certification system. AC Pro Certified contractors not only meet, but exceed state licensing requirements for servicing HVAC systems. Our certified technicians are required to meet all of the requirements listed below. These include being NATE-certified, EPA-certified, bonded and insured, well trained, and above all else, our certified specialists must practice honesty and integrity in all business matters.
As a homeowner or small business owner, it is impossible for you to know whether a business works with integrity and honesty, so we make the process of choosing the right contractor easy for you. When you choose an HVAC specialist from our listings, rest assured that each contractor meets our most valued prerequisite, namely, working with integrity and honesty.
As you search through our list of heating and air conditioning servicemen in your area, you’ll notice our AC Pro Certified logo on most listings. As mentioned, AC Pro Certified contractors have been thoroughly evaluated by our team, and they hold all AC Pro Certification requirements. But don’t rule out the rest of our suggestions. Listed contractors without the AC Pro Certification logo are close to being AC Pro Certified, but they may be missing one or two requirements. However, the one requirement all listed businesses must have is integrity.
At AC Pro, we believe in adhering to honesty and integrity in all business relations. This is why we offer HVAC contractor listings to homeowners, so that you can find a trustworthy service or repairman. We also recommend that you verify any HVAC contractor’s license by using the following links.
To learn more about AC Pro Certification requirements, take a look at the sections below.