We, and they, are certified by the following industry organizations:
Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer
What makes a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer stand out is the unparalleled performance the company offers — true excellence in every aspect of operations, product solutions and technical know-how.
Look for the Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer emblem which indicates your dealer has met our high standards for superior skills… superior service… superior products… superior comfort… and a superior promise — in writing — of 100% satisfaction, guaranteed. This is what our Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer and the dealership emblem stand for.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE)
North American Technician Excellence (NATE) is an independent, third-party organization that develops and promotes excellence in the installation and service of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment by recognizing high-quality industry technicians through voluntary testing and certification. Our technicians have passed the rigorous testing necessary to qualify as NATE Certified Technicians.
Bryant® Women in HVAC
Bryant is proud of the role Bryant female leaders play in building successful HVAC companies all across the country. They recognize the hard work and important decisions they make every day in running their businesses and in continuing to build a strong relationship with Bryant. That is why they introduced the Bryant® Women in HVAC event in 2015. Bryant Women in HVAC meet on a regular basis and provide the manufacturer with feedback on equipment and marketing programs.
Air Conditioning Contractor’s Association of America (ACCA)
The Air Conditioning Contractor’s Association of America is the heating and cooling industry’s leading trade organization. ACCA members adhere to a standard of ethical best practices that is your assurance of quality and professionalism. We are an active member in good standing with ACCA.
BBB Accredited, A+ Rating
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) system in the U.S. extends across the nation; coast-to-coast, and in Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico. Since the founding of the first BBB in 1912, the BBB system has proven that the majority of marketplace problems can be solved fairly through the use of voluntary self-regulation and consumer education.
Since 1933, Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) has been a leader in training and education for professional HVACR technicians and contractors.
RSES was launched in an era when the small commercial and domestic refrigeration industry was in its infancy. At that time the only training available was through the factory and it typically lasted three or four weeks. Those who completed the factory training were now considered a “factory-trained expert.” The majority of work was conducted by product dealers, distributors, or factory service departments. As more installations were done the need for independent service operators increased and the need for collecting, distributing, and exchanging ideas and information became paramount. It was through the untiring efforts of these independent service operators that RSES was born. Though the scope and range of the industry has grown exponentially since then, RSES has remained dedicated to delivering technical information to HVACR professionals.
Main Line Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber represents the interests of more than 900 companies located primarily in the Pennsylvania counties of Delaware, Chester and Montgomery. It is one of three regional chambers in the immediate Philadelphia vicinity and serves a wide variety of business interests, from sole proprietors to growth-stage companies to the largest corporations throughout the Delaware Valley. Because of the vibrancy of the Main Line region as a great place to live and operate a business, companies with little or no physical presence on the Main Line have also gotten involved.
Ardmore Business Association Member
We at the Ardmore Business Association advocate for the business community, holding networking events, and improving the business environment in Ardmore.
Electrical Association Of Philadelphia
The Electrical Association is a non-profit regional trade association with a diverse membership of over 450 companies, including electrical engineers, manufacturers and representatives, wholesalers, utilities, inspectors, and electrical, HVAC, and datacom contractors. Known as the premiere trade organization in the region since 1917, the EAP ties all segments of the industry together and advances the professional and business interests of all of its members.