We Care is EPA Certified
We Care about the environment! In order to operate as an HVAC company, We Care Plumbing, Heating and Air has to be EPA certified.
The Clean Air Act of 1963 was the first Federal Act in the United States to put restrictions on controlling air pollution. This act is one of the acts that laid the groundwork for modern environmental preservation laws and restrictions. In the Clean Air Act, it specifically states that all persons handling refrigerants need to be EPA certified.
Why was the Clean Air Act so important to the HVAC industry? In order for an air conditioner to properly cool your home or for your fridge to stay cold, a chemical or combination of chemicals called a “refrigerant” is used. When exposed to the air, many refrigerants become gaseous, causing serious damage to the ozone. The proper use and disposal of refrigerant is something highly regulated, and in order to buy and install it, a technician must be EPA certified.
In addition to regulating coolant materials, We Care takes extra steps to ensure that your home is as energy efficient as possible, helping both the environment and your pocketbook. The more energy you save, the less negative impact you have on the environment around you.
There are different kinds of certifications for different HVAC procedures, and different ways We Care makes an effort to help preserve the environment. We Care Plumbing, Heating and Air is dedicated to helping the environment through safe HVAC installations. Each one of our dedicated technicians is certified, guaranteeing a seamless HVAC installation experience for our customers! Call (888) 353-4666 to schedule an appointment with We Care today!