Become a Member of Northwest HVAC/RWhat being a member in the NW HVAC/R Association means to your company
Together we have the representation to influence proposed legislation, code development, and the many business issues facing our industry today. Membership provides opportunities for getting your voice heard collectively by government agencies and utilities and code officials at the regional and state level, in addition to meeting and networking with fellow contractors to provide a friendly and resourceful environment for all.
Legislative Awareness And Political Involvement
To help protect your business interests as a contractor in the Northwest and provide specific industry-related news and guidelines to meet the licensing and code requirements given your local and state jurisdictions.
HVAC/R Career Fair
Now for members only, held each spring to interview the graduating students for potential new hires in an effort for members to get ahead of the decreasing technician battle across the nation due to retirement age ratios compared to new apprentices and trainees entering the field.
License Renewal Notification System
Get early notification before an industry license expires! Contact us today for more details on how you can receive advance notification to renew before your expiration.
Members and their employees receive tuition discounts on continuing education classes and exam preparatory classes.
CEU Wait-List Notification
Get on the wait-list for advance notice of CEU classes you don’t want to miss! Take the guess work out of class scheduling. Contact us today for more details on how you can receive advance notification of classes valuable to you for maintaining your industry credentials.
Receive accurate, collective information regarding the state of the local HVAC/R industry and the NWHVAC/R Association!
Be informed! Receive announcements for class schedules, networking opportunities, and legislation meetings and outcomes.
Membership provides opportunities to meet with a group of professional contractors, utilities, equipment manufacturers, distributors, and building codes officials through general meetings, seminars, and social events.
Contact the NWHVAC/R for a membership application.
Must maintain the appropriate contractor license & bond as required per the state where the company is based which allows to provide contracting services for HVAC/R, and pledge to maintain a well-trained workforce and high standards of quality and service.
Educational institutions and districts; hospitals; architects & engineers; media representatives; etc
Manufacturers; wholesalers; distributors
Additional contractor requirements to include, but not limited to, an electrical contractor license for Washington-based companies, ability to pull 06a or above permits, and three to five years under the same contractor name. Bond and infraction reviews may apply.