Homesense Heating & Cooling holds itself to the highest standards of technical and customer service. But we understand that anyone can make that claim. So, we’ve joined some organizations that keep an eye on contractors to ensure we live up to our commitment.
Home Artisans of Indiana
The Home Artisans of Indiana is an invitation-only group of Artisans and Craftsmen known for outstanding customer service, quality, and value. Collectively, we meet all of your renovation, new construction, and home improvement needs. We handle all projects, from cabin to castle, as long as you value attention to detail, expert craftsmanship, and enhancing the value of your home.
A word-of-mouth network for consumers Angie’s List is a growing collection of homeowners’ real-life experiences with local service companies. The people who join Angie’s List are like you — looking for a way to find trustworthy companies that perform high-quality work.
NATE certification tests represent real-world working knowledge of HVAC and HVAC/R systems. Developed by a committee of industry experts nationwide, our NATE exams represent HVAC/R topics pertinent to contractors, educators, manufacturers, and utilities alike.
Indiana HVAC Association
The Indiana HVAC Association is the not-for-profit state association for the heating and cooling industry across the state of Indiana. Association members are committed to providing the top-quality technical expertise, customer service, and business operations in Indiana HVAC.
Refrigerant 410A is a near azeotropic refrigerant, meaning that while it is a non-azeotrope refrigerant it exhibits a very low temperature glide during evaporation or condensation, making it behave very nearly like an azeotropic refrigerant.
Heat Exchanger Experts Certified
Heat Exchanger Experts is the industry leader when it comes to HVAC safety and inspection training and certification. Our goal is to equip the HVAC specialists of America with the skills and experience they need to identify defects in residential heat exchangers.
EPA type 1-2
EPA regulations under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act require that technicians who maintain, service, repair, or dispose of equipment that could release refrigerants into the atmosphere must be certified.