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So you want to be a HVAC technician? | 10 things you should know before you decide 🔥❄️ h.v.a.c. technology



Une vidéo pour tous les futurs techniciens HVAC. Dans cette vidéo, je passe en revue 10 choses, tirées de mon expérience personnelle, que je pense que vous devriez savoir avant de devenir #HVACtechnician. Si vous aimez cette vidéo, n’oubliez pas d’aimer, de commenter et de vous abonner. Merci d’avoir écouté une autre vidéo de Yung HVAC. #HVACjob #HVAC Pour toutes demandes de renseignements, envoyez-moi un e-mail à : [email protected] SUIVEZ-MOI SUR LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX ** Logiciel de montage iMovie VIDEO GEAR ET LIENS VERS OUTILS Équipement vidéo utilisé pour cette vidéo : ** Caméra – IPhone Pro Max ** Stabilisateur / Gimbal / Tripod Dji Osmo Mobile 3 AVIS DE NON-RESPONSABILITÉ : Cette description contient des liens d’affiliation, ce qui signifie que si vous cliquez sur l’un des liens du produit, je toucherai une petite commission. Cela nous aidera à continuer à faire des vidéos pour vous les gars. Merci pour votre aide! .

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  1. i’m seeing so many mixed feelings in these comments! how do we feel about trade school? touring a trade college is what lead me to look into HVAC. anyone have a great experience with trade school and HVAC? i don’t want to go into debt if i don’t have to – but being a woman in this industry it’ll probably be harder to get hired without the experience! so confused!!

  2. Glad I came across this I’ll keep this advice in the back of my head as I soon finish my trade school. My hope is to work in commercial but I know I’ll start at the bottom and work myself up

  3. I’m graduating this December and still feel a little bit nervous but I think I have a very good understanding of atleast what the refrigeration cycle and components could look like, but if anyone would like to give me some reference points, tips, advice or recommendations to enhance my chances for a future within the hvac industry, I’d gladly accept it….

  4. Rule #1. Customers will lie. Write everything on the service ticket and make them sign it. I could tell you stories!!!!
    Sometimes residential is nice when you are really helping someone. Overall I liked commercial better and Commercial usually pays better. Chillers are cool and I am probably one of the very few people who actually like absorption chillers!

  5. I enjoyed your video all your points drives me in the field buying tools, overhauling units and also installing new units, learning and researching, managing questionable customers, but the one giving me tough time now is getting a company abroad to buy servicing parts so that i can sell to customers and fellow technicians here. Could you recommend hvac parts production company that has fair price in us and canada that could supply servicing parts in Carribean so that i could talk to them and probablly visit them to improve my business. Regards

  6. I had graduated HVAC program back in my Tech High School days but never pursued it. Instead, joined the Army and never looked back. Speed fwd to today, now I'm 33yrs feel like I need a job that's on the go and keeps me moving around, I can't stand being stagnant in an office job, I lose motivation easily and start feeling miserable. Really looking to go back and relearn everything through a trade college near me, but still looking for which one to choose since I see some are as short as 9mos and others as long as 22mos, I don't get why if all are still a diploma in the end. I guess my biggest worry is ensuring I pick the one with the most hands-on hours over classroom hours. I did enjoy this video from start to finish, really gives me hope that I'm making the right choice by going back into this trade. I just hope FL doesn't have a seasonal phase since money is needed and I'm a workaholic. Plus, it's FL so I feel like HVAC is needed all-year round haha.

  7. Been doing thus for almost 10 years now….you'll never be out of work…its a multiskill trade….you'll know hvac basic plumbing and basic electrical…its the best thing anyone can get into

  8. I’m a current HVAC student. This video gave me hope, no lies school is pretty intense and I’m only in month 3. Learning to read schematics can feel overwhelming and actually tinkering with thermostats / ac units feels like I’m climbing a mountain with my bare hands. But this video made me feel better about myself and my dream of becoming a technician 15 months from now 🙏

  9. Great video dude. I’m going through a career change. I’ve been a respiratory therapist for 12 years and I’m kind of done with healthcare. Thanks for the positivity and insight.

  10. To all techs and installers who aren’t happy with wages, SIDE JOBS 😂. Side jobs will be your best friend . 6 years in Hvac and it wasn’t until I started doing side jobs that the $$ really started to come in..be careful though because it’ll start with helping a relative then an old friend and then before you know it your making your months salary in 2-3 days on the side . 🤑🤑

  11. Is it fine going into a trade school with no knowledge on the Job. Do trade schools actually fully prepare you for it and help you find work after you finished ?

  12. Thanks for the tips man, I've got about a year left in the Marine corps and I was hoping to go into HVAC when I get out. Hopefully I can go into it and enjoy my job tbh. All I want is a job that I'd enjoy doing for a long time even if it doesn't pay well and trade jobs always interested me

  13. I like derick he’s 100 percent right boy went to school 3 and half years he’s been with his company a little over 2 years he started at 1250 he’s at 21.00 and hour he loves it so you can make a lot of money in hvac but you will earn it

  14. It seems your driver is 'money', and not 'service'. As a retired mechanical engineer (HVAC & refrigeration) I appreciated your final comment, about your feeling of accomplishment, when you provide good service to a customer who really needs it. Point: Provide the good service and not only will you be paid, you will be requested.

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