What Does it Mean to be EPA Certified?

August 30, 2018

When it comes to showing customers that a company cares about them and wants to protect their interests, a great way to do that is through being EPA Certified. This means that the United States Environmental Protection Agency has examined the work that the company does and has certified that they are meeting the EPA’s standards for protecting the environment. Taking good care of the environment also means taking good care of people, because they need safe air to breathe and clean water to drink. Becoming EPA Certified is a process that has to be worked through for any company wanting to carry that designation.

What is the EPA?

The EPA is the governing body that looks after the environment. They handle laws and regulations that address water, air, and soil quality throughout the country. If a company is polluting the air, for example, they can be fined by the EPA. Taking care of the environment has been their job since they were created, and they take it seriously. At Brennan Heating & Air Conditioning in Seattle, WA, we are proud to be EPA Certified and work with the agency to make sure we are protecting our customers and our overall environment as we repair, maintain, and install heating and air conditioning products for businesses and individuals.

How Does the EPA Affect HVAC

Many people are surprised to find out that HVAC companies and the EPA actually have a lot to do with one another. One of the reasons we are EPA Certified is because we use proper procedures when we need to remove or replace refrigerant in cooling systems. Allowing that refrigerant to escape into the air through unsafe or improper practices is bad for the environment and the people in it. We take our commitment to the environment and our customers seriously, and work to make sure all of our practices reflect that. You can expect that level of quality with:

  • Air Conditioning and Heating System Installation
  • Repair and Maintenance of Heating or Air Conditioning Systems
  • Indoor Air Quality Concerns
  • Controls and Thermostat Installation
  • Energy Consultations

Our Certified Team

No matter what kind of service our customers need, we are focused on making sure they have a good experience with our company and the environment remains protected at the same time. Reach out to us at Brennan Heating & Air Conditioning today, and let us get started on the HVAC project you need help with. Whether it’s routine maintenance or you need an entire system installed or a last-minute repair, we are here and ready to help customers in and around the Seattle area.

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