April 2019

News, events & resources to help you succeed

Upcoming Events and Trainings

Apr. 18, Stockton, CA

This one-day technical training prepares contractors and their staff to participate in the AC Quality Care Program. Technicians must take this training before any maintenance can be done for the Program. Deadline to register is Friday, April 12.

This one-day class will provide hands-on training and exercises on the Title 24 methods for checking charge and measuring air flow for residential and small commercial air conditioners and heat pumps. Other dates available.
Improved design, installation and commissioning practices lead to a dramatic improvement in building energy consumption, indoor air quality, and comfort. Other dates available.
3 NATE CEUs available.

Always Install Locking Caps

Tamper resistant refrigerant locking caps must be installed on units to claim the refrigerant charge adjustment rebate.

Read about measure prerequisites and requirements on our website here.

8 Key Ingredients to a Successful Canvassing Program

Having an effective canvassing strategy can grow your business. In this article, you will learn all eight ingredients and how to implement them to yield a highly-profitable canvassing effort.

Remember to clearly communicate who you are and what company you represent. Wearing a name badge, leaving a business card, and leaving invoices with clearly marked company letterhead are simple ways to do that. 

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Smart Thermostats

The Nest Thermostat E and the ecobee3 lite smart thermostats are currently approved for the Program. Other thermostats may be added at a later time.

Contractors must replace a manual or programmable thermostat to qualify.

Review the FAQ page for additional requirements.

New Look for Program Website

The ACQualityCare.com website will be refreshed so that content is better organized and mobile-friendly. Users will notice a simplified design soon.