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Are There Any HVAC Certifications? EPA Type I Certification This is for those who service small appliances, such as window air conditioners. EPA Type II Certification This is for those who work with high-pressure systems. EPA Type III Certification This is for those who service low-pressure systems.
EPA 608 Certification HVAC techs who routinely handle HVAC system refrigerants must hold the Environmental Protection Agencys 608 Certification. Only those with this certification can legally buy, use, and handle refrigerants such as R-22 or R-410A.
Top 5 Things to Look for when Choosing an HVAC Contractor. Is your HVAC system 10 years old or more? Licensing and Experience. Home Evaluation. References and Referrals. Rebates and Special Offers. Efficiency.
Two primary types of certification are available for HVAC technicians: EPA Section 608 Technician Certification and industry organization certifications.
NATE Certification is one of the most highly-recognized and respected certifications in the HVAC industry.
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NATE Certification is one of the most highly-recognized and respected certifications in the HVAC industry.
An applicant who has committed a felony of the first degree, a capital felony, a felony involving money laundering, a felony of embezzlement, or a felony directly related to the financial services business is permanently barred from a licensure.
You cannot work in this field if you are convicted of a crime. An applicant who has been convicted of a felony will be denied a license to HVAC equipment.
What to Know Before Buying a New HVAC System Heating Size, Capacity, and Type. Cooling Size, Capacity, and Type. Energy Efficiency. Check Noise Levels. Maintenance and Indoor Air Quality. Heating Size, Capacity, and Type. Cooling Size, Capacity, and Type. Energy Efficiency.
North Carolina HVAC License Exam Requirements To become a Contractor, an HVAC professional must have a minimum of 2 years of full-time HVAC work experience. If a candidate wants to appear for the technicians exam, a minimum of 18 months of full-time HVAC work experience is required.

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