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Our goal is to provide the best workmanship and quality possible to our valued Tri Cities customers throughout Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla counties. We have received numerous certifications as a result of our experience and training.
At A-One Refrigeration and Heating, we know that ongoing training of our technicians is an important aspect of delivering this level of quality to all our customers on every job. From safety to indoor comfort, our team knows how to get the job done right.
Want quality HVAC systems and energy-saving upgrades from a highly qualified team? Contact A-One today to get started.
Daikin Comfort Pro Dealer
Daikin selects the best HVAC professionals to install these quality systems. A-One Refrigeration and Heating is a Pro Dealer because of our knowledge of Daikin systems and our commitment to quality. Learn more about Daikin by visiting their site.
EPA Section 608
Under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency mandates technicians who maintain, repair, or dispose of equipment with ODS refrigerants are certified to ensure that proper protocol is followed.
L&I Washington Electrician Trade License
A valid electrical certification is required in the state of Washington to complete electrical work on a home or business. A-One Refrigeration and Heating has an L&I Washington Electrician Trade License because of our level of experience and training in electrical work.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE)
NATE is a national organization committed to excellence in the heating and cooling industry. NATE recognizes leading HVAC industry technicians across the country through voluntary testing and certification programs. A-One Refrigeration and Heating has NATE-certified technicians, demonstrating our exceptional knowledge and HVAC experience.
Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS)
Using a PTCS-certified technician helps ensure that the highest standards in comfort and energy conservation are followed in HVAC installation. Some PTCS-certified projects are reviewed by a quality assurance advisor to determine that the HVAC unit is saving energy and promoting home comfort.