Last month, two of our technicians received the core North American Technical Excellence (NATE) certification and we have plans to certify all of our technicians within the year. Joe Wood, owner of Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating and Peter Balestra, who were NATE certified in May, will now pursue NATE HVAC certification. We’re also excited to announce that by the end of 2010, every professional member of the Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating staff will be NATE certified.
NATE certification indicates that our staff members are experts in residential HVAC, light commercial and commercial refrigeration. NATE certification is the only HVAC certification that’s recognized industry-wide, so having a fully certified staff recognizes the fact that our technicians are well trained and up-to-date on industry standards and best practices. A fully certified NATE staff will also enable Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating to be listed in NATE’s Consumer Contractor Connection.
To the consumer, the NATE certification means that a professional group within the HVAC community has recognized Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating for its technical proficiency in heating and cooling systems. Consumers can be confident that the NATE-certified professionals at Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating are qualified to install, repair and maintain the heating and cooling systems they depend on to keep their homes safe and comfortable throughout the year.
To us at Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating, NATE certification means that our peers in a professional organization have recognized our hard work and training, and they’re willing to recommend us to the consumers in Boston who need high quality, reliable heating and cooling services.
We’ll keep you up-to-date on our certification progress and welcome you to contact Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating at (617) 362-0377 anytime you need a heating and cooling or plumbing professional. We do offer 24-hour emergency service and all of our “night” calls are answered by a Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating technician. We don’t use an answering service because we know that when an emergency arises, you want to talk with the people who can help you right away!
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