Installation of air conditioning, like any other form of repair, renovation or retrofit of home or commercial buildings, is a job that is best accomplished when it is done correctly. A skillfully and correctly done air conditioning installation will ensure that the system operates as it is planned and will last as long as possible with minimal ongoing maintenance costs and no surprise repairs.Learn more about us at Action Air Conditioning Installation, Heating & Furnace of San Diego-Heating Replacement San Diego
The demand for air conditioning installations has increased as home and commercial HVAC and cooling systems are becoming more sophisticated, energy-efficient and cost-effective. As a result businesses other than heating and air conditioning firms are starting to provide this service as a way to expand new businesses. Unfortunately, a trained refrigeration mechanic is not even hired by any of these businesses. Instead, clients can end up putting in a cooling system with a plumber or other form of professional.
For an appendectomy, hiring a plumber or electrician to mount an air conditioning or HVAC system will be close to seeing a veterinarian. A veterinarian may be very experienced at treating animals and even conducting procedures, but that doesn’t make him the right person to extract a human being’s appendix.
Sadly, many customers believe that to do so, a business that advertises air conditioning installation must be eligible. This is not always the case, because in many cases there are no rules regulating the types of services that a company can provide and what expertise its technicians must have to provide that service.
Certified apprentice or journeyman refrigeration mechanics are the only practitioners in most Canadian provinces who are trained and certified to build cooling systems. A certified refrigeration mechanic has completed approximately 25 to 40 weeks of training at an accredited institution in the classroom and shop and has met minimum grading requirements. An apprentice under a trained supervisor/employer has completed a minimum number of on-the-job hours. A technician must have nearly 8,000 hours of on-the-job experience to receive journeyman refrigeration mechanic certification.