Standard maintenance and testing of the equipment.

Clean the system, change filters and check air quality levels.

Replace broken or worn parts to ensure the system operates in accordance with industry standards and government regulations.

Customer Service: Many HVAC installers need to work directly with homeowners and building owners, maintenance workers and more. Being friendly and approachable and a good communicator is a needed skill.

Attention to Detail: HVAC systems can be precise mechanisms. Careful observation is needed.

Dexterity: HVAC installers need good manual dexterity to manipulate small parts and reach into small spaces.

Mechanical Skills: HVAC installers work with complicated machines. Understanding the pieces and tools needed to maintain and install these machines is crucial.

Strength: HVAC installers need strength to lift heavy parts and and equipment.

Time-Management: HVAC installers make a lot of house calls. Being able to schedule jobs and keep timely appointments is important to getting repeat work.

Troubleshooting: There are many parts within HVAC systems. Being able to ascertain the root cause of a problem and test solutions is important.


Maintain a clean, professional appearance and attitude.

Require a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

Successful completion of a drug test and a criminal background check.

3 + Years of Experience

Must be able to work OT and/or weekends as necessary (24/7)