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Let’s face the facts: when the air conditioning tune-up service van pulls up in your driveway and the technician starts to inspect your air conditioning unit, unless you have some HVAC experience yourself, you really have no idea what he is doing.

 
The most important thing you can do to ensure the safety of your system and home is simply to check the certifications of the air conditioning company and technician. Here are the credentials you should check before you even make the call:

 

  • Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). ACCA is the best known association of air conditioning contractors nation-wide. They form the group of the most preferred service providers.
  • North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE). NATE is the industry standard in certification programs for the air conditioning service industry. Skilled professional air conditioning technicians are NATE-certified. Always confirm that your technician is NATE-certified.
  • Better Business Bureau. The BBB is the standard for rating companies. The BBB will investigate complaints and the response of the company. They also confirm licensing. Be sure the company you choose has the BBB logo.
  • Factory Authorized Dealer. Factory Authorized Dealers are required to meet rigorous standards of customer satisfaction. Be sure your dealer is a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, and you can be assured that your service will be excellent.

 

M&M Mechanical, Inc. is an ACCA member, a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, and all technicians are factory-trained and NATE-certified. M&M Mechanical, Inc. has an A+ Rated Accreditation with the BBB and recipient of the Angie’s List Super Service Award. Contact us today for excellent customer service concerning you air conditioning needs.

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