Originally Posted By: bkrautter
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Well to start out ,I have been in the air cond./heating bus. for 26 years,and very often we would get calls from customers moving ,asking us to come out and give them a certification which was needed to sell. At the time we did not go and do “certifications” but we would say ok I can come out and check the systems to make sure they are running at least,but would state that this service gave no warranty. Most people were ok with that as long as they had something in writing saying at the time of inspection everything was ok,if not a recomendation was made. Well I guess I almost answered my own question,this is probably the way to do it limiting liabillity.I was just trying to see what actually a true certification was. Meaning does it have to include a warranty of some type? Or if worded properly the certification carries no warranty! Thanks for the input Bill