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Trane supports and encourages professionalism through NATE certification.
NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence and is an independent organization that certifies installation or service technicians with a knowledge-based test. A recent survey says that 87% of air conditioning and heating consumers prefer certified technicians. Organizations that are part of the NATE coalition include the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers.
To become certified installation and/or service technicians, these technicians must pass both core and specialty parts of either an installation or service test with a score of 70 or better. Specialties include heat pump, air conditioning, air distribution, oil heat and gas heat.
The NATE test is not easy, and not all technicians pass it the first time. NATE certification verifies that the technicians who pass are the best in the trade when it comes to knowledge and experience installing or servicing your home heating or cooling system.
Types of HVAC related licenses
H1 – Any type of “wet” heat such as steam or hot water.
H2 – Large installations greater than 15 ton per occupant/store front. Such as a commercial store location or large church.
H3 – Forced conditioned air 15 tons or less per occupant/store front. This would include duct work.
P – Plumbing – drain and vent piping, including hot and cold water supply for domestic water heaters
Electrical – wiring for internal and external HVAC components as well as all other internal electrical
Woodard Electric has the following certifications:
HVAC LIC. 05520 H1,H2,H3
PLUMB LIC. 05520
ELEC LIC. 02043-L
HVAC LIC. CN004798 H1,H2,H3
ELEC LIC. EN003504