How Long is HVAC School in Dallas?

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Are you interested in attending an HVAC school in the Dallas metropolitan area? The good news is that Tulsa Welding School (TWS) offers a Refrigeration Technologies program focusing on heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration.

How Long is HVAC School in Dallas?

Did you know you can complete HVAC school in as little as seven months at TWS? During this program, you learn the fundamentals of electricity, solar, and refrigeration, comfort systems, and advanced troubleshooting techniques. In addition to classroom lectures, you get hands-on training in real-life scenarios to practice the HVAC theory you learned. Further, TWS will help you get an apprenticeship after graduation so that you will be well on your way to a career in HVAC.

Are HVAC Technicians in Dallas in Demand?

There is definitely an increased demand for HVAC technicians in Dallas. Employment is expected to grow for Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers (499021) in Texas by 21% through 20301. This is spurred on by increased population, construction demand, and hotter weather due to climate change.

Increase in Population

The population growth rate in Dallas is projected to be 8.64% by 20282 to nearly 8.5 million residents. Additional residents mean more residential housing increases, retail, and expanded healthcare services. These residents all need HVAC systems to stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Refrigeration systems at grocery stores and other residential service companies require highly trained HVAC/R technicians to install, maintain, and repair. Plus, ventilation systems help keep air quality in Dallas residential and commercial buildings in a healthy range.

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Increase in Construction Demand

With an increase in population comes an additional need for construction-related jobs. The Dallas area added 12,300 building sector jobs in 20233. More construction means more demand for HVAC technicians to install, maintain, and repair HVAC/R systems. Healthcare education and entertainment are all critical drivers of the Dallas area construction boom4. To accommodate the increase in entertainment, the Dallas area has invested heavily in restaurants, shopping for residents, and tourism. This includes two convention centers, upscale resorts, and a shopping district.

Hotter Weather

Another reason for the demand for HVAC is climate change intensification over the next decade, with summer heat waves becoming more common and severe5. Summer 2023 in Dallas was 2.5 degrees hotter than the post-2000 average, which means additional usage of air conditioning units. This translates into a further need for HVAC technicians to manage air conditioning systems and components. Preventive maintenance will help keep Dallas residents comfortable during the scorching summer months.

Want to Learn More?

Because HVAC is a hands-on job, technical training is typically required for anyone to enter this field. Many people invest in a trade program to learn the trade skills they need to be safe and effective as a professional. To learn more about our  Refrigeration Training program offered at our Dallas Metro, TX campus, contact us at Tulsa Welding School or call 1-855-981-7313.