More and more professionals are seeing the benefits of becoming an HVACR technician. Not only is the field incredibly lucrative, but it’s also growing. Whether you’re looking to become an HVACR technician or if you’re seeking additional certification, there are schools all across the United States that can help you realize your dream of becoming an HVACR technician. CMS Mechanical is a great place to launch your HVACR career. We are always looking for dispatchers, HVAC apprentices, HVAC technicians, and Service Managers all across the US, and we offer stellar benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, health savings account, company-matched 401(k), holiday time, and vacation pay. Go to our Careers Page to discover how you can launch your HVACR career with CMS Mechanical!
Projected employment for HVACR technicians is expected to increase 15 percent by 2026, reports the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It notes that commercial and residential building construction is expected to drive employment growth. The growing number of sophisticated climate-control systems is also expected to increase demand for qualified HVACR technicians.
Education is the key to this growing and lucrative career path — whether you’re entering the HVACR industry or seeking additional certification. Many HVACR technicians receive primary training in secondary and postsecondary technical/trade schools and junior/community colleges that offer programs in heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration. Programs can take between six months and two years to complete. Others get their training in the armed forces. Four-year bachelor degree programs are also available.
We’ve compiled a list of accredited schools with classes in HVAC installation and repair, as well as refrigeration installation and replacement, by state.