Geothermal heat pumps are the most versatile, efficient and eco friendly home heating systems available on the market today, and adding them to your line-up of HVAC products is a great way to stay on top of green industry building trends. Here’s how to become a certified installer, and how to become a Nordic® heat pump dealer.
How to Become a Certified Geothermal Home Heating System Installer
The first step you should take on your path to becoming a geothermal heat pump installer is become certified. If you live in Canada, you’ll want to get certified through the Canadian Geoexchange Coalition (CGC). They offer courses regularly, which typically consist of a five-day classroom style seminar. Becoming CGC certified is important because most rebates require the installer of the system to be certified. This will make you more competitive in the geothermal marketplace. You’ll also benefit from being listed on the CGC installer directory.
If you’re located in the United States, you should seek out certification from the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA). Located in Oklahoma, IGSHPA is the American authority on geothermal heat pumps. Visit their website to find the closest installer course near you. As a certified installer, you’ll be knowledgeable and experienced enough to install your first geothermal heat pump without issues.
Becoming a Nordic® Home Heating System Installer
Are you interested in joining forces with us? Becoming a Nordic® installer will give you access to the widest product line of geothermal heat pumps in the market today, and access to a wealth of knowledge, support and experience to help you through your first installations.
Each Nordic® heat pump installer is an independently owned and operated business, so you can be your own boss while partnering with us to find new customers and boost your bottom line.
Contact us today to become a Nordic® heat pump installer.