Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians are the people who work hard to keep you and your home cool in the summer, and toasty warm in the winter. Their skills can also transcend to larger structures like office buildings and factories where they work as commercial technicians.
HVACR technician jobs are growing in demand across many industries. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
expects the HVACR industry to grow 15% by 2026. Find out where a career as an HVACR technician can take you.
Taking the Residential Path
Without residential HVACR technicians, our homes would be far less comfortable places to live. These technicians ensure our apartments and houses are the perfect temperature and humidity at the touch of a button. Older HVACR systems need to be maintained, repaired, and eventually replaced. This results in a growing demand for more HVACR technicians who can mediate these issues.
Residential HVACR technicians are taught crucial skills like installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting; they use these skills to complete work in private homes on appliances and systems like furnaces, boilers, air quality systems, and refrigerators.
At Porter and Chester Institute, our HVACR program provides you with necessary training on the proper service of oil burners, ignition systems, thermostats, and unit controls you will see in the real world.
Businesses Depend on HVACR Professionals
From hotels to distribution warehouses, businesses today depend on reliable temperature controls and air quality to make for comfortable settings for employees and customers.
HVACR installers and mechanics jobs have been steadily in demand for years due to the upswing of the national economy. As the economy strengthens, more commercial buildings and infrastructures are built and those buildings need heating and air conditioning systems. These new structures also require more technologically advanced and environmentally conscious systems which require the help of specially trained and qualified commercial HVACR technicians.
If a career in the growing HVACR industry interests you, you can enroll in our HVACR program
at one our Porter and Chester Institute
campuses and complete your training in as little as one year.
Winter Term classes begin on January 22 at Porter and Chester Institute. For more information on how you can enroll, visit PorterChester.com or call 1-800-870-6789.