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NATE Certified

NATE's certification tests represent real world working knowledge of HVAC and HVACR systems. North American Technician Excellence (NATE), headquartered in Arlington, VA., was founded in 1997 and is the nation's largest non-profit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration technicians. NATE is the only technician certification organization governed, owned, operated, developed and supported by the HVACR industry.

Education & Training

  • Certified Apprenticeship Program through Associated Builders & Contractors
  • In-House Apprenticeship Training for Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical Technicians
  • Career Day Site for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
  • Cooperative Education Employer for Lancaster County Career & Technology Center

Safety Team

This team was formed to foster a safety culture within the organization. Haller Enterprises, Inc's Safety Committee meets monthly to discuss topics ranging from personal protection equipment to back strains to trench safety. It also makes recommendations to management on ways to increase safety awareness. As an ongoing commitment to a safe work environment, "Tool Box Safety" talks are part of monthly department meetings and bi-weekly safety awareness bulletins are distributed to employees. Site audits, completed by an external safety consultant, are part of this commitment. The safety program at Haller has been recognized with the following awards from the Associated Builders & Contractors Keystone Chapter:

Excellence in Construction Safety Award - ABC Keystone

S.T.E.P. Award (Safety Training & Evaluation Process) - ABC Keystone

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  • What Our Customers Say:

  • "We were glad that we have an annual maintenance contract with Haller for our whole-house generator. When Hurricane Irene came through Sunday, August 28, we lost landline power from 6:30 a.m. to 11:40 p.m. The generator ran the whole 17 hours with no problems, keeping the house cool and lit."
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