HVAC SAVE is a one-day training and certification that prepares you to implement Quality Installation and Quality Maintenance practices for new and existing systems and equips you with the tools to measure the installed operating efficiency of almost any heating and/or cooling system.
It focuses on essential mechanical adjustments and additions that optimize the performance of installed equipment, such as fan speed adjustment, airflow adjustments and filtration system modifications.
Enhance your installations through the web based software that enables you to assess HVAC equipment performance in real time.
Allows you to take your service to new heights in performance and efficiency to improve comfort, save money, and save energy for your customers.
Why should I become HVAC SAVE certified?
By becoming HVAC SAVE certified you will gain the skills necessary to take your service to new heights in performance and efficiency. Discover how simple measurements can help you diagnose performance issues within the system allowing you to deliver improved comfort and efficiency in your customer's homes. Also, as of January 1, 2014, it is mandatory that in order for a customer to be eligible for a rebate, the heating or cooling equipment must be installed by and HVAC SAVE certified contractor for Alliant Energy, Black Hills Energy, Cedar Falls Utilities, and MidAmerican Energy in Iowa.
How much does it cost?
The cost of this one day training and certification is $600. Register for an HVAC SAVE class and earn your certification, CEUs and become eligible for additional qualifying utility incentive programs and rebates.