By financen | September 21, 2013 - 4:49 pm - Posted in Others

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning is a hot career to get into. New construction projects need installations, and existing systems need regular maintenance from trained professionals. So what does it take to be a technician in this burgeoning field?

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Of course, you should start with a true desire to become an HVAC technician. When you have a genuine interest in the HVAC industry, rather than doing it just for the money, you have a better chance at succeeding at, and being happy in, your career. When you’re sure this is what you want to do, the next step is to start researching HVAC training programs. There are a lot of programs out there that range from community college programs to stand-alone correspondence programs. Consider which program would build suit your budget, fit in with your life, and best suits your learning style. The training program you choose should also accredited and authorized to give EPA 608 certification.

Once you’ve gone through the training program of your choice, you have to take the EPA 608 certification test. This test is required for those who want to work with controlled refrigerants. You might also need other certifications too, depending on which specialty you go into.

Becoming an HVAC tech can be a very rewarding career choice. If you love to work with your hands and love the technicality of HVAC systems, then this is the career for you.

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