Get the best training available for your heat pump or electrification business.
We offer training!
One of the reasons we started Electrify My Home was to meet the demands of homeowners looking to shift toward an all-electric home, both now and in the future. There is a lot of work to be done when it comes to providing comprehensive and efficient home electrification, and we want to help other contractors and business owners get trained on “good electrification”!
California’s Trusted Voice for Electrification Training
Because of our proven methodology and unique service offerings as an electrification-only enterprise, we are currently the only California company specializing in all-electric home upgrades, we have been asked by many California utilities to help train others on how to electrify efficiently. Electrify My Home has instructed training programs and consultation work for the following utilities and programs:
- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
- TECH Clean California (TECH)
- Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
- Southern California Edison (SCE)
- Tri-County Regional Energy Network (3C REN)
Comprehensive Technical and Business Development Training
There are two sides to running a successful business in electrification or heat pumps, and they are of near equal importance: the technical procedure, methodology, and craftsmanship of installation, and the administrative acumen to run and grow a successful business. Electrify My Home provides training in both the technical and business aspects of running a heat pump, HVAC, or electrification company in California.
Heat Pumps Done the Right Way
A homeowner wouldn’t take their electric vehicle to a diesel mechanic, and they won’t want to go to a gas furnace contractor for questions about their electric heat pump. Training from Electrify My Home follows the procedures required to install and maintain heat pumps the right way, so you can “install small” for your customers. The HVAC industry in California needs all the help it can get when it comes to tackling the transition to all-electric heating and cooling, and better installation techniques help progress the mission toward long-term success!