Why use a certified HVAC technician for your project | A.S.R.S.


A heating and air conditioning unit is an intricate system that needs to be installed, repaired, or serviced by a professional HVAC technician to ensure the HVAC systems remain in optimal condition. It is not uncommon for some to try D.I.Y. repairs or hire a handyman. Although there may be different options, it is recommended that a certified HVAC contractor performs the services needed on your HVAC unit to ensure the work is completed properly. There are a number of benefits to using a certified HVAC technician for your heating and cooling needs.

1. Higher Level of Expertise

Becoming a licensed HVAC contractor requires a certain level of training and knowledge. This means you will have a technician with a higher level of expertise. As a homeowner or a business owner, having your air conditioning and heating system in the best condition possible is ideal. A certified HVAC technician performing all the repairs your unit may need can ensure your system is performing at its best.

2. Better Understanding of Safety/Code Compliance

Licensed and certified HVAC technicians understand that specific safety codes must be considered when installing, replacing, or repairing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Knowing the specific codes and following guidelines when performing the services ensures your home or commercial building will remain safe while the HVAC unit operates as efficiently as possible.

In addition to the safety benefits, a certified HVAC technician will allow your heating and air conditioning project to be completed with code compliance. This is important for your unit if it needs to pass an inspection given by local building departments. With a knowledgeable technician, you can avoid a slowdown in your project timeline by abiding by the building codes from the start instead of needing to go back and make changes that are necessary to be compliant.

3. Ensures Warranty Protection

Many HVAC brands require strict guidelines regarding repairs and maintenance of a unit. By using a licensed HVAC company, you can feel confident that your HVAC technician will comply with those rules. This allows your warranty to remain active while completing the necessary HVAC services on your system. Being aware of these policies will help save you both time and money for the remainder of the warranty.

4. Proper Installation and Repairs

Having knowledgeable HVAC professionals performing all heating and air conditioning services on a project will improve the likelihood of a proper installation or repair. When becoming a certified HVAC contractor, several licensing requirements need to be achieved before gaining the certification. It can combine education, hands-on experience, and some exams. Although the specific requirements can vary depending on location, it is certain that having a licensed HVAC technician complete a project will allow for higher-quality work.

5. Providing Peace of Mind

Knowing that an experienced certified HVAC technician is completing your heating and cooling solutions should always give you peace of mind that your project will be conducted at a higher level of expertise. HVAC projects can be extensive, so knowing that the work will be completed correctly is essential. With a certified technician, you will feel confident that the project is in capable handles.

A.S.R.S’ Certified HVAC Technicians are Able and Trained for all Heating and AC Projects

Air Services & Refrigeration Specialists, Inc. has certified HVAC technicians who provide our customers with quality work. We understand the importance of having a certified HVAC contractor performing all heating and air conditioning services properly. It ensures your equipment will have a long life span. Let our HVAC technicians work hard to provide expert-level services to your home or commercial building.

We are certified HVAC contractors in Georgia and South Carolina. Contact us today if you need professional HVAC services in Bulloch, Liberty, Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, McIntosh, Glynn, Jasper, or Beaufort Counties.