National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Association Offering Free Lifetime Certifications

National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Association
Ironically, most industry associations charge $1000’s of dollars per year to help the association’s lobbying efforts, but the National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Association offers their certifications for free, with no monthly fees. In all fairness, they do charge a small one time fee to research a company and do the initial certification, but businesses that pass certification are quickly repaid through the unlimited referrals and leads from consumers looking for recommendations.

The National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Association is a first of it’s kind association designed to protect the consumer and not the business.

Most industry associations are designed to do one thing, protect the industry and it’s members, but not the National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Association.Their concern is that the consumer is protected from businesses that are not properly licensed or do not offer quality customer service. They do this by issuing a detailed report about the business and a venue for customers to leave reviews about any negative experiences they had where others can read about their experiences.

While this is a great resource for consumers, it can be an even better resource for legitimate businesses that care about their customers in the form of unlimited leads and customers from a National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associationrecommendation of members that pass certification. Thousands of consumers use NHVAC.org research reports to make buying decisions and NHVAC.org makes a recommendation to every potential customer that visits their site, if your one of the lucky ones to be certified by NHVAC.org then you can expect a steady flow of new business.

Ironically, most industry associations charge $1000’s of dollars per year to help the association’s lobbying efforts, but the National Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associationoffers their certifications for free, with no monthly fees. In all fairness, they do charge a small one time fee to research a company and do the initial certification, but businesses that pass certification are quickly repaid through the unlimited referrals and leads from consumers looking for recommendations.

If you are a consumer, be sure to do a search for your HVAC contractor on the NHVAC.org homepage before doing business with them. If you are a HVAC contractor make sure to apply for certification as soon as possible to capitalize on all of the benefits of certification.

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