Safeguard Your Property with NATE-certified, Bonded & Insured Technicians

By jairadmin
In October 4, 2017
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You wouldn’t pay a stranger to fix your car, nor would you compromise the safety of your home and purchase unaccredited insurance. The same thought process should apply to hiring a HVAC technician.

Maintenance, repair and installation of HVAC systems are complex and often dangerous. Diagnosing a HVAC system requires expertise and experience, and with a licensed, bonded & insured HVAC technician you have the guarantee your home is in the hands of a qualified contractor.

Defining a Trusted, Qualified Technician

NATE-Certifications

If you’re a homeowner, property manager or commercial building owner, you are probably familiar with the term ‘NATE-certified’. Many heating and air conditioning companies advertise that their technicians are certified, but knowing the real meaning and benefits behind a licensed, bonded and insured technician can help safeguard your property.

North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is the nation’s largest non-profit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration technicians. The organization issues NATE certification tests that represent real working knowledge of HVAC systems. Additionally, NATE certification tests allow technicians to be certified in specific knowledge areas. (1) If your home or building presents a complex problem or requires specialty care, it’s a good idea to seek out a technician with a specific certification. For example, if your commercial operation requires the preservation of goods, you should seek out a contractor that has a specialty NATE-Certification in commercial refrigeration.

Johnson Air Technicians are NATE-certified in commercial refrigeration, specializing in LRC, WhisperKool, CellarPro, and Breezaire wine cooling units. Need your Wine Cellar Cooling unit repaired or replaced? Adding a wine cellar or need to change out your existing equipment?  We have the expertise to perform the job right.
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Bonded Technicians

Bonded technicians give customers security with the transactional HVAC services. A bonded technician holds a surety bond meaning the company has purchased protection for customers in the case of service complications. The surety bond will compensate customers in the event of incomplete work, or work performed without necessary permits or materials.

Insured Technicians

Hiring an uninsured technician could result in a customer being responsible for damages or injuries while the contractor was on the job. Insurance provides the customer compensation should the home or property be damaged or a technician sustains an injury on the job.

NATE-certified technicians that are certified, bonded and insured have the experience and skill to make your home or building more comfortable, and the security to give you peace of mind.

Johnson Air Quality

As a veteran and family-owned business, our core values are rooted in gratitude for our customers and employees, pride for our personal and professional services, and integrity with all transactions.

100% Money Back Workmanship Guarantee

All work performed by Johnson Air Systems is fully guaranteed against faulty workmanship, for life.

Up-front Prices

We believe in providing our customers with honest, up-front evaluations and price quotes. We provide a full, guaranteed price based on your unique needs before we do the work.

NATE-certified, Bonded and Insured Technicians

You gain peace of mind with all of our technicians holding up-to-date, validate certifications, specialty permits, surety bonds and insurance.

 

Resources

  1. North American Technician Excellence. Retrieved 19 September 2017 from http://www.natex.org/site/386/About-Us/What-is-NATE

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