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About I Want SMART


We are SMART, but what does that really mean? What are we all about?

We are a unified group of contractors who belong to the organization known as SMACNA. We are also the men and woman who are members of SMART, the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation Workers, one of North America’s most dynamic and diverse unions with over 200,000 members. Together, the partnership between our two great organizations has developed the program to bring value to you, the consumer.

A SMART contractor uses a highly educated workforce that maintains knowledge through continuing education programs. Having a well-trained technician means the job is going to be done correctly, efficiently, and also safely. These employees have chosen this as a career, a lifelong commitment that gives the SMART contractor a proven workforce.

We make it very easy to find the SMARTest HVAC Contractors in the industry who give you value, quality, and trust so that the heating and air conditioning services provided are the best quality possible.

Go green. It’s the smart choice.


SMACNA – Residential Comfort System Installation Standards Manual

Technical standards and manuals developed by SMACNA members have worldwide acceptance by the construction and code community, as well as local and national government agencies. ANSI, the American National Standards Institute, has accredited SMACNA as a standards-setting organization.

EPA Residential
Air Cleaners

Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. Usually, the best way to address this risk is to control or eliminate the sources of pollutants and ventilate a home with clean outdoor air. But opportunities for ventilation may be limited by weather conditions or by contaminants in the outdoor air.

Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial and Residential Buildings

Public Act 096-0778 was signed into law on August 28, 2009 amending the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Act by including residential buildings and amending the name of the act to the Energy Efficient Building Act. The new requirements for residential buildings became effective on January 29, 2010.

North American Technicians Excellence
Idustry competency exams
esco institute
HVAC excellence
National Air Filtration Associations