Why Stout’s NATE Certification Matters

Stout Heating and Air Conditioning has a team of NATE-certified technicians to handle our Rowan County, North Carolina customers’ heating and cooling issues. But what’s the significance of this professional qualification?

NATE, an abbreviation for North American Technician Excellence, is the nation’s largest non-profit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. It conducts the only test supported by the entire industry. In spite of that unanimous benchmark of knowledge and skill, not all technicians in the field are NATE-certified. Earning the accreditation is discretionary and service personnel can work on heating, cooling, ventilation, and refrigeration equipment without it.

NATE-certified technicians, like the ones employed by Stout Heating and Air Conditioning, are committed to delivering the highest standard of climate control services. So, when a tech from our team comes to your home, you can have confidence that he or she is an expert in all aspects of the profession.  NATE pros earn certification in various disciplines, including:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Distribution
  • Heat Pumps
  • Gas Heating
  • Oil Heating
  • Hydronic Gas
  • Hydronic Oil
  • Light Commercial Refrigeration
  • Commercial Refrigeration
  • Ground Source Heat Pump Loop Installation
  • HVAC Efficiency Analysis

The Stout team’s commitment to service, professionalism and integrity is backed by strong credentials, which connect Rowan County, North Carolina homeowners with uncompromised quality and value.

Call us any time to have one of our NATE-certified experts inspect your heating or air conditioning system. We’ll make sure you get the most informed and effective home comfort advice, solutions and results.

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