Residential Service Technician
As a Residential HVAC Service Technician, you will experience direct interaction with homeowners. Thus, the residential technician must possess both technical skills along with situational customer relations skills and salesmanship fundamentals. Technicians service or repair a wide variety of systems such as gas and electric furnaces, heat pumps, geothermal, mini splits, or ductless and radiant floor systems. You will become familiar with zoning systems, wi-fi thermostats, humidifiers, air cleaners, airflow distribution and UV lights. Time management, detailed paperwork and collecting payment are important elements of every service call.
Light Commercial Service Technician
As a Light Commercial HVAC Service Technician, you will spend a lot of time on a roof performing maintenance and service on small package roof top units, however, some work will be indoors working on residential type split systems in apartments, nursing and retirement homes, hotels and dormitories. Because light commercial building installations are all custom, you will deal with many different system types. Technicians will interact with building and office managers, as well as patrons and employees. A Light Commercial HVAC Service Technician must be able to work independently and efficiently.