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The most important component of your Heating, Cooling and Ventilation System IS THE PROFESSIONAL YOU CHOOSE.

Just as it is important to get the correct advice from your Doctor, Solicitor, Accountant or Engineer, so it is that you should deal with a qualified, licensed and ethical contractor who can provide you with all of the right ingredients for your environmental requirements.

Every building is different and there are no "off the shelf" solutions for the vast range of applications.

Whatever your needs, domestic, commercial or industrial then you should seek the advice of a member of the HEATING & COOLING ALLIANCE of AUSTRALIA (HCAA).

Members of the HCAA are specialists who have agreed to work to industry standards and abide by a code of ethics. These standards are your assurance of a professional approach to every phase of your job, whatever the size.

All members are also members of The Master Plumbers' & Mechanical Services Association of Australia which is the umbrella association for all segments of the plumbing industry.

Members of the Alliance are strongly supported by its' affiliates that consist of Manufacturers, Engineers and Consultants who contribute substantially with their expertise.

  • The Aliance is committed to having its members only employ staff who are trained and qualified
  • Able to design, install, carry out electrical control wiring, refrigeration pipe-work and service your equipment
  • That only use components in your system that comply with the relevant standards.

The Alliance's ongoing training and professional development program encourages members to maintain their knowledge and keep abreast of technology both from a technical viewpoint and from a business perspective. This assists members to be to remain viable so that they can continue to serve you, the most important person, "the customer"

So if you want the right advice, prompt professional attention, quality workmanship, ethical business dealings, continued after sales service, then you should only use a HCAA member. 

Find your specialist..........


Last Updated on Thursday, 11 June 2015 11:36