From this perspective, if you are a professional that takes pride in your work and strives to keep your customers safe and comfortable in their homes with your installations; then you will most often exceed the specifications outlined in these codes. Yes, codes in our industry are effective “benchmarks” but are not the highest possible standards by which to work.
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The fact remains that whether working through each installation or troubleshooting a repair job, technicians should have integrity and take pride in their finished product or successful repair. All of our technicians operate with these qualities and any new employees we hire will be trained to follow best practices while receiving continuing education throughout our their time with us.
How can you be sure your technician follows codes, guidelines, and maintains a standard of quality. In a future post, we will highlight some key questions to ask your technician to help you know that you are in good hands.
As always if you have any HVAC related questions, concerns or thoughts on our articles don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Richardson, David, and David Richardson. “The HVAC Revolution Is Calling.” ACHR News RSS, ACHR News, 11 Jan. 2019, www.achrnews.com/articles/140448-the-hvac-revolution-is-calling.