IERNA’s Heating & Cooling has 100% CERTIFIED SERVICE TECHS

Published on 6 July 2016 in Business
Matt Selby (editor)

Matt Selby


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(Left-Right): Robert Morris, Richard Soler, Corey Gracey, Danny Sipe, Scott Brinson, Tim McElroy, Nick Olmedo, Victor Diaz. Not Shown: Clay Coffman, Spencer Sullivan, Rich Register, Derek Brackens, Joseph Miano

(Left-Right): Robert Morris, Richard Soler, Corey Gracey, Danny Sipe, Scott Brinson, Tim McElroy, Nick Olmedo, Victor Diaz. Not Shown: Clay Coffman, Spencer Sullivan, Rich Register, Derek Brackens, Joseph Miano

When it comes to the air conditioning and heating industry, changes are constantly being introduced with regard to the cutting edge technology being made available to consumers. In order to make sure IERNA’s Heating & Cooling’s Service Advisors are at the top of their game, IERNA’s team is trained and certified by several nationally recognized 3rd party organizations that hold strict guidelines and extremely high standards within the HVAC industry. Even with the growth IERNA’s has experienced over the past 24 months, they are able to proudly boast that each of IERNA’s Heating & Cooling’s Service Advisors have successfully completed continuing education courses and certification testing to ensure each maintain their EPA Certifications (Environmental Protection Agency) and NATE Certifications (North American Technician Excellence), as well as being Bryant® Factory Certified Experts. 
 
NATE is an independent, third-party organization that promotes excellence in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration industry, by recognizing high-quality industry technicians through voluntary testing and certification. Participating in and passing these exams reflect a consensus industry opinion on what a technician should know in order to effectively install and service air conditioning equipment and systems. 
 
For more information, call IERNA’s Heating & Cooling at 813-948-6355.

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