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Congratulations on your interest in becoming HTA Certified. HTA Certified firms must demonstrate excellence and leadership in three important areas:

  1. Technical Competence

  2. Customer Service & Aftercare Support

  3. Reputation

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Currently, HTA Certification is available in the United States & Canada. We will expand to more countries soon (if you are outside the USA and interested in HTA Certification, please send a message to us by clicking here). If you meet the HTA’s rigorous standards of excellence, you will be in the enviable position of being amongst the best integration firms in the industry. Use the HTA Certified distinction to legitimately disqualify from consideration the 85% + integrators in the market that routinely give clients poor technology experiences. The HTA Certification requirements are a compilation of policies and company attributes as defined by the HTA, industry professionals, and its Board of Advisors; the attributes that history has shown to correlate with happy homeowners.

The HTA certification application will ask for details about your company, including customer service policies, aftercare services offered, low-voltage systems offered, industry certifications held, awards won, amount and size of projects completed within the past 36 months, and more. Once you begin the application process, you can save & exit and complete later, and even assign the completion of the application to other staff members. The last step of the application process is where you enter your payment information (scroll to bottom of page for fees*).

The following items are prerequisites to be considered for HTA Certification:

  • ownership and management team must have 3+ years of successful business performance
  • have a license if required by state
  • be bonded if required by municipality
  • must at least $1M of liability insurance
  • must have worker’s compensation if required by state
  • if your primary business is not residential low-voltage systems (specifically audio/video & controls), you must have a dedicated low-voltage team within your company
  • must have solid customer service and aftercare policies
  • must be in good standing with manufacturers and local industry professionals (reps, service providers, etc.) and/or local competitors
  • must offer enterprise-grade networks on all projects
  • must not have any current tax liens
  • must not be involved in excessive litigation
  • must not have filed for bankruptcy within the past five years
  • must agree to perform background checks on all new employees
  • must agree to provide a copy of control system programming files to client upon paid completion of project

To begin the application process, click the button below*.

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* Fees: Application fee = $400. Certification fee is $150 monthly / $1500 annually if paying by ACH (Automated Clearing House), or $160 monthly / $1600 annually if paying by credit card.