Stamford, Conn. – July 27, 2020 – SpeedClean is collaborating with HVAC School, a leading professional education site for HVACR contractors, to offer NATE-approved programming to educate contractors on proper mini-split maintenance and coil cleaning practices. SpeedClean’s trained staff will partner with distributors to plan, promote, and conduct the seminar.

The seminar focuses on providing education and data to help contractors communicate the importance of coil cleaning and overall HVAC maintenance. The content will include a step-by-step guide to mini-split maintenance and coil cleaning and an overview of the resources and equipment available to help with the process. SpeedClean will provide demonstrations of its innovative solutions that are designed to make it easier for contractors to perform mini-split maintenance and coil cleaning.

It will also showcase actual in-the-field data that demonstrates the impact cleaning coils have on reducing system overload, increasing efficiencies, and lengthening the lifespan of HVAC equipment. Participants will receive one NATE continuing education credit.

“This is an opportunity for HVACR professionals to learn more about the importance of mini-split maintenance and coil cleaning and best practices that help make their jobs easier and increase effectiveness,” said Mike Hardy, vice president of SpeedClean. “We look forward to partnering with distributors to bring this educational offering to their customers.”

Distributors interested in speaking with SpeedClean about the NATE-approved program should call 888-700-3540 for more information. You can also visit www.speedclean.com for more information or to view the list of distributors.

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About SpeedClean
SpeedClean, LLC manufactures and markets industry-leading maintenance tools for the residential and light commercial HVAC maintenance professional. Our products provide contractors with quick and efficient solutions to unique maintenance problems, including cleaning coils, descaling tankless hot water systems, cleaning chiller, heat exchanger tubes, and more. Visit www.speedclean.com for more information.