Why Choose a Certified HVAC Installation Team?

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At Barineau Heating and Air Conditioning, we believe that providing the best service begins with investing in our team. If you’ve spent time on our website, you probably saw quite a few acronyms. From E.P.A to NADCA, each one represents valuable credentials and countless hours of training. We’re proud to be a certified HVAC installation team that truly knows their stuff.

Keep reading to learn more about our team’s certifications – and why they matter.

Certified Air Conditioning Contractor

Working with a licensed contractor isn’t just a good idea – it’s the law. For that reason, state agencies prosecute (and fine) contractors who do business without a license. To spot an unlicensed technician, look out for these warning signs:

  1. The contractor does not display their license number on advertising.
  2. They won’t put an agreement for their services in writing.
  3. They do not provide proof of insurance.

Working with an unlicensed technician means putting your HVAC system at risk for serious damage. That’s why it’s important to always choose a well-reputed and licensed contractor for certified HVAC installation. Barineau Heating and Air Conditioning is certified by both the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation and the Georgia Professional Licensing Boards Division.

E.P.A. Certified

In any industry, it’s important to pay attention to your impact on the environment. That’s why we’re proud to be certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Stationary Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.

According to its website, The E.P.A. was created to “protect human health and the environment” and is responsible for setting rules and regulations for countless industries. By choosing an E.P.A. Certified contractor, you can be assured that we are operating according to the best practices for the environment and for your health.

Lead-Safe Certified

In addition to broader E.P.A. Certification, Barineau Heating and Air Conditioning is Lead-Safe Certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Certain repair and installation work, such as HVAC maintenance, can stir up lead chips and dust. For that reason, it’s important for our technicians to know how to appropriately handle this substance to keep your household safe and healthy.

NATE Certified

We don’t want our technicians to just meet minimum requirements – we want them to be the best of the best. To that end, we’re proud to boast multiple NATE-certified technicians. NATE, or North American Technician Excellence, is the largest HVAC nonprofit in the nation. It was created to provide in-depth training and testing to create the most knowledgeable technicians on the market. Additionally, our employees with NATE Certification complete additional training every two years to retain the credential.

NADCA Certified

Becoming NADCA Certified by the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Association is another way our technicians gain knowledge and experience. Through two certifications, Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) and Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI), they develop skills to work according to best practices in the industry.

The Barineau Difference

With each of these credentials, we’re proud to be a certified HVAC installation team dedicated to being the best we can possibly be. Each time you work with Barineau Heating and Air Conditioning, you’re not just getting our time right now – you’re also getting years of education, experience and research to ensure our service is the best available.

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