Five Reasons to Choose HVAC Training in Florida

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Most people know that summers in Florida are usually hot and humid. Daily temperatures during the summertime in Florida average 90 degrees or more. The heat and humidity contribute to the uncomfortable feeling people have if their air conditioning systems do not work properly. In fact, broken cooling systems can contribute to serious health emergencies. The field of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) touches everyone in the state of Florida, as they come in contact with cooling systems at their jobs, in their homes, in restaurants and just about every aspect of daily life. A career in HVAC is an excellent choice for Floridians who like working with their hands, enjoy new challenges and want a job that may actually make a difference in someone’s life, even if it’s just to keep them comfortable in the summer.

Variety Instead of Monotony

If working with your hands is more appealing to you than sitting at a desk, you may enjoy an HVAC career. The daily activities of an HVAC technician are never the same. Every day you’ll find yourself in a different location, working with different people and solving different problems. In addition, you can have the satisfaction of helping to make your customers’ lives more pleasant and comfortable.


HVAC technicians typically earn excellent salaries, and those who have obtained outstanding training usually receive higher wages than those who have not gained the all-inclusive knowledge that a high-quality HVAC school provides. Current information on Salary Profile for HVAC lists average HVAC salaries beginning at $19,000 per year for an HVAC Specialist in Jacksonville up to $98,000 annually for a Commercial Service Technician in the same city. Salaries that are more common for HVAC workers in Jacksonville are in the $35,000 to $45,000 range.

Career Paths

There is not one set path for the career of an HVAC technician. Some people choose to work in the field their entire careers. Others move into sales or work for HVAC parts manufacturers. Some move into management, while still others go on to open their own businesses.

Skills that Travel

Should your circumstances change, and you find yourself moving out of Florida, the skills you’ve learned as an HVAC technician will travel with you, since the mechanical systems are the same in most states as they are in Florida. People will always need HVAC systems to cool or heat their homes or businesses, and those systems will occasionally need to be replaced or repaired. In addition, because of increasing concern for the environment, many people will want to hire HVAC technicians with solar panel training to install solar panels and other environmentally friendly equipment.

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Unique HVAC Training Opportunity in Florida

Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville has an excellent, nine-month Electro-Mechanical Technologies Program that offers HVAC/R, Solar Installation and Electrical Training. Students who graduate from the program will understand the electrical and mechanical principals necessary to work in the HVAC field as well as solar energy fundamentals. The school’s hands-on and academic training will prepare them for successful careers, and the staff will assist them when the time comes to search for employment.

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If you are a Floridian with an interest in an HVAC career, contact Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville today. We’ll help you get started on the path to a new career.


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