Florida HVAC Certifications

Holding Ourselves Accountable for the Work We Do

At Del-Air Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we hold certifications with both NATE (North American Technician Excellence) and the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).

NATE (North American Technician Excellence) Certification


NATE is the country’s largest non-profit organization intended to certify technicians in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. Since its founding 20 years ago, NATE has been recognized by the entire industry as a way to test real-world knowledge of the wide variety of HVACR systems.

A committee of experts in the industry from every corner of the country collaborated to develop the comprehensive multiple-choice exams, which test all aspects of HVACR, including:

  • Air Distribution
  • Air Conditioning
  • Oil Heating
  • Heat Pumps
  • Gas Heating
  • Hydronics Oil
  • Hydronics Gas
  • Commercial and Light Commercial Refrigeration
  • Senior HVAC Efficiency Analyst
  • Ground Source Heat Pump Loop Installer

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Certification

Our Florida HVAC team believes strongly in being mindful of the impact we have on the environment. We work tirelessly to do our part to ensure that we leave our children a world they can enjoy. By getting our EPA certifications, we are proving that we are using techniques and products which are approved as being the safest available for both your family and the world. State and federal law dictates that all technicians obtain this certification before repairing or performing maintenance on any appliance that uses refrigerant chemicals. The harm that these chemicals can cause if improperly handled or disposed of is immense, and it is critical to every member of our team that we help keep our communities safe and beautiful.

If you have any further questions about the certifications our Florida heating and air specialists have obtained, call our offices today at (844) 574-4578.

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