Murrieta, CA, United States – Action Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar installers are participating in vendor product training for Goodman’s 2021 96% Ultra-Low NOx gas furnace. Action Air continues to invest in the frequent training and certification of technicians, who are the skilled force behind every heater and AC diagnostic, repair, replacement and installation.
Action Air technicians’ Goodman vendor training is scheduled April 14th. Team members will learn how to service, troubleshoot and install the new Goodman 96% Ultra-Low NOx gas furnace, featuring heavy-duty stainless-steel heat exchangers and a single-stage gas valve. The course will be an online accessible seminar, which is NATE-approved for Continuing Education Hours. Goodman’s Ultra-Low NOx gas furnace is a major innovation in the heating, ventilation and AC (HVAC) industry, as it runs with limited emission of nitrogen oxide (NOx) byproducts as determined by local EPA standards.
Supporting the Goodman campaign which promotes the carbon footprint reduction in San Diego and South Riverside communities is only one benefit of Action technicians completing Ultra-Low NOx training. Action Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar CEO Brian Amodio said, “We are committed to ongoing education for all our technicians. We take the term expertise seriously, and we see these opportunities as tools for our team to grow as skilled professionals.”
About Action Air Conditioning, Heating and Solar: The San Diego based company is recognized for their standard for customer service and high-efficiency products. Action Air Conditioning, Heating and Solar technicians are certified professionals with industry-specific training and current knowledge of the latest HVAC innovations.