Certifications

Terry’s A/C and Heating is committed to keeping up with the latest technology, innovations, and equipment to keep our customers and their families and coworkers comfortable indoors (especially if it is not so comfortable outdoors!). It is our belief that a more highly trained technician can diagnose what is going on with your system more quickly and offer up solutions that save everyone time and money.

We spend 30-40 hours in continuing education each year, which is much longer
than the average contractor. The following are certifications and continuing education:

NATE Certification

Rob has earned NATE certification (North American Technician Excellence) a voluntary credential that tests real-world working knowledge of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration technicians. Documented continuing education is required each year to re-certify. To earn the certification, contractors must pass a core exam and one specialty exam. Rob has passed the core exam and eight specialty exams, including: : A/C Installation, A/C Service, Heat Pump Installation, Heat Pump Service; Gas Heating Installation, Gas Heating Service, Air Distribution Installation,
and Air Distribution Service.

EPA Certification

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Air Act requires HVAC contractors to pass an exam to earn Section 608 Certification which allows technicians to purchase, handle, and dispose of refrigerant used in maintaining air conditioning and heating systems.

Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer

We adhere to a rigorous set of national standards which requires extra certifications and regular continuing education on Carrier equipment and parts. This requires our technicians to travel to the Carrier factory to learn more and stay on top of the best ways to maintain, repair, and install the best comfort solutions for your home or office. Learn more about what it means to be called a Factory Authorized Dealer.

Texas AC Contractor’s Licenses

Robert and Rex are both licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation which regulates Air Conditioning Contractors. The license is earned by documenting appropriate experience,
taking an examination, and keeping up with continuing education.

Robert R. Terry – TACLA00028346E (Class A) – this license allows work on any size HVAC unit, though the business specializes in residential and commercial HVAC for residential and light commercial (15 tons or less). Rob also holds an Environmental Air Conditioning ͞E͟ endorsement.
Rex S. Terry – TACLB00000836C (Class B) – this license allows work on cooling systems of 25 tons and under and heating systems of 1.5 million BTUs/hour and under. Rex holds a combined endorsement ͞C͟which encompasses environmental air conditioning, commercial refrigeration, process cooling and heating.