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15264 East Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32826 | License No: CAC055565

What to Look For in a Good Heating Contractor 

Considering what’s at stake when you hire a heating contractor, it’s a good idea to check their credentials and qualifications before you hire them. Home heating and cooling systems are complex and expensive, and your home comfort and energy bills depend on their performance. Licensing In Florida, all HVAC contractors must have valid license, along with insurance and bonding. Technicians must complete an accredited program and pass an exam to get the license. Many HVAC manufacturers won’t honor the warranty if an unlicensed contractor installs or services their equipment, so before you choose one for a new installation, make sure their licenses are valid and active. The insurance and bonding protects you from any financial damages as a result of accidents or contractor defaults. NATE A contractor who has NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certification is a member of the most prestigious organization in the HVAC industry. NATE is a nonprofit group devoted to singling out the best technicians in the industry. They administer rigorous tests that cover the many aspects of the HVAC industry and require continuing education and testing to keep the certification active. When you hire a NATE contractor, you’ll be using the highest skilled and knowledgeable technicians in the field. ACCA The Air Conditioning Contractors of America provides their members with the state-of-the art developments and resources in the HVAC industry. BPI The Building Performance Institute certifies contractors who have demonstrated expertise in the HVAC fields, as well as remodeling and retrofitting buildings for energy efficiency. BBB The Better Business Bureau rates companies based on their local reputations and performance with their customers. They use...

Look for an HVAC Pro With These Certifications

Finding a trusted company to service your cooling system can make a difference in your energy bills and comfort level throughout the long summers in Orlando. Because HVAC equipment is so complicated, these HVAC certifications make it easier to choose a solid contractor for your system. Licensing By law, all HVAC contractors and technicians in Florida must have a license, insurance, and bonding. Before entering into any kind of work agreement with a contractor, ask for their license and insurance numbers. AsktheSeal.com provides a free and valuable service for homeowners who want to verify that the contractor meets all licensing and fiduciary requirements for licensed contractors. Memberships Look for membership in the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and what their rating is from this trusted organization. The BBB’s highest rating is A+ and their lowest is F. The Building Performance Institute (BPI) is an association of contractors who meet this organization’s high standards for retrofitting existing, older buildings and homes to make them energy efficient. Members must demonstrate their knowledge and proficiency to become members in this prestigious organization. The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) keeps its members on the leading edge of technology in the HVAC field. Its members have access to information, seminars, and online tools to keep them at the forefront of their fields. NATE (North American Technician Excellence) membership. NATE is a nonprofit organization whose members must pass stringent tests to earn membership. Their educational and testing programs are the most rigorous in the industry.Maintaining NATE certification requires testing every two years and continuing education in the HVAC field within their particular specializations. A contractor...

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Our Staff

Rinaldi’s has been the “Quality Leader” in air conditioning system design, installation and service since 1969 and is licensed and bonded by the state of Florida, license #CAC055565. Our superior team of Quality Trained Technicians, Installers and Comfort Consultants can assist you in every aspect of your air conditioning concerns. From routine maintenance and repairs to system design and replacement, Rinaldi’s will provide you with prompt, efficient service beyond your exceptations. We are only just a phone call away. Our service areas cover Melbourne, Titusville, Cocoa beach, Merritt Island, Orlando FL. For your Indoor Air Quality needs Rinaldi’s offers a full line of High Efficient Filters and UV Light Air Purifiers, “Assuring Your Indoor Air Quality for the 21st Century”. $100 Referral Reward “Remind your neighbors, family and friends to mention your name during their purchase and receive a $100 referral reward courtesy of Rinaldis Air Conditioning Service. We value your referrals so keep ’em coming.” Our Staff Bobby Rinaldi President 45 Years Experience Scott Hudson Vice-President 25 Years Experience Denise Rinaldi Office Manager 14 Years Experience Patrick Liner Commercial Sales 19 Years Experience Russ Rinaldi Senior Comfort Specialist 27 Years Experience Jeremy Blanchard Senior Installation Mechanic 11 Years Experience Cathy Bailey Customer Service/Finance Coordinator/Maintenance Coordinator 8 Years Experience Veronica Hudson Customer Service/Parts Purchasing/Inventory-Warranty Specialist 4 Years Experience Tony Suttles Senior Service Technician 22 Years Experience Rick Berrios Senior Comfort Specialist 15 Years Experience Jimmie Wells Install Manager 22 Years Experience Hunter Rinaldi Lead Installer 4 Years Experience Dave Knight Senior Service Technician 25 Years Experience Alberto Mendoza Electrical Specialist / HVAC Specialist 23 Years Experience Juan Romero Warehouse...

Furnace Replacement Can Be Overwhelming If You Haven’t Done Your Homework

There are several reasons why you might be considering furnace replacement. Your old furnace could be costing you too much in repairs, you could be spending too much in fuel costs, or you could be worried about health and safety issues. The good news is modern furnaces are extremely energy efficient, will save you money year after year in fuel costs, and are considerably safer then their older counterparts. There are also federal tax credits as well as incentives and rebates offered by many utilities and manufacturers. The two most common options for  furnace replacement  are gas furnaces and oil. Among other options are using a boiler, heat pump, radiant heating or baseboard heaters. Some new features to look for in modern furnaces are sealed combustion, where the furnaces burner is sealed from household air thus protecting you from carbon monoxide poisoning. Also, dual heat exchangers and variable speed blowers improve the uniform heating of your home. They reduce noise while delivering continuous heat with fewer drafts and temperature swings. When you’re researching furnace replacement, bear in mind that you are also purchasing installation as well. Make sure your installer is NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified so their skills are current, ask if ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America) standards are being used, and as most installers will give a free estimate, spend some time shopping around. A qualified licensed installer should begin by calculating your home’s heating load. These calculations take into account the climate, as well as size, design and construction of your home. Once the heating load is ascertained, the contractor can recommend the proper size...
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