It is alot of work to be an HVAC technician

I was not born to be an HVAC technician.

I tried my best, though! Until recently, I didn’t realize how smart you had to be to become an HVAC technician.

It was never going to be an option for me to attend college. My grades and ACT scores weren’t that good. Most universities would not accept me, and I knew I would fail anyway. My goal, however, was to be able to provide for my family with a good job. Factory work was not for me. A local HVAC and A/C company was hiring, so I applied. The dealer will cover all the expenses for your training to become a certified Heating, Ventilation, and A/C pro. As a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technician, I didn’t know if I would enjoy it, but it paid well, and I had no other choices. First, you must take a bunch of tests and work for the HVAC supplier for about six months to ensure that you’re a good fit. It was during my time working for the HVAC dealer that I took the tests. As soon as I applied, I was told I was not a good fit for the job. However, I had already realized that. Math and calculus skills are essential for HVAC technicians. During installation, you must read and follow the instructions carefully. My patience and brain could not handle that. After failing the tests, the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning company let me go. It seems I will have to work in a factory after all.


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