• Certification or associate’s degree from an HVAC program at a technical school
  • Current driver’s license
  • Required state licensing for HVAC technicians showing state exams were passed


  • Apprenticeship under a journeyperson for three to five years
  • On the job training or experience
  • Special certification through the Environmental Protection Agency to handle refrigerants


Duties May Include:

  • Install and maintain diverse heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
  • Lay out wires and pipes to complete HVAC systems
  • Perform general and preventative maintenance on HVAC systems
  • Ensure that all installations are done in accordance to the set standards
  • Make sure that any loose wires are connected and secured properly
  • Ensure calibration of thermostats and other controls
  • Perform checks on motors and belts and handle lubrication duties
  • Change filters and replace any parts as they wear out
  • Repair motors and service steam and hot water boilers
  • Ensure that chemical compositions in equipment are adequate at all times
  • Handle conduit running for HVAC equipment
  • Order any supplies or equipment needed for HVAC maintenance or installation as needed
  • Ensure availability of all items needed for an HVAC project
  • Respond to emergency situations in order to resolve issues on an immediate basis
  • Handle maintenance of tools and equipment
  • Replace faulty or expired parts in an HVAC system
  • Fabricate parts in case parts are not readily available
  • Determine need for upgrading HVAC systems and take measures to take necessary actions

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