There are so many different career paths for you to explore in the HVAC industry.
The most evident path is that of a service technician or installer. Typically, someone will gravitate towards one or the other. Those are the main two paths you might pursue if you plan on putting your HVAC education to use actually working in the trades.
You may find that you’re interested in working as a manufacturer in the HVAC Industry. There are many manufacturers out there; York, Carrier, Bryant, Trane, and the list goes on. These manufacturing companies are always looking for candidates with a good working knowledge of the industry.
Maybe you’re interested in becoming a Sales Representative for HVAC manufactures. A trade school diploma would be valuable in this case because you would be very knowledgeable about the products you’re selling.
You could also become a Sales Representative for an HVAC company or even a dispatcher depending on your specific interests. A trade school diploma would come in handy in either role again because you would be seen as a knowledgeable source of HVAC information.
Supply houses such as Famous or RSC need knowledgeable countermen. These individuals are responsible for working the counter and ensuring that the industry is supplied with the necessary parts and equipment.
One of the most important qualities for any of these positions is having a basic interest in the trade and a desire to work in the HVAC industry. Receiving a trade school diploma in HVAC is sure to set you up for success no matter which path you choose.
If you are considering a future in the trades, we are always willing to answer questions and help you figure out what path is best for you. Contact us today!