HVAC Apprenticeship

An apprenticeship is the most time-honored way of getting into the building trades: working on actual jobsites under an experienced journeyman mechanic who will pass along the hard-earned tricks and techniques of the trade, and spending an evening or two a week getting technical training in the classroom from expert instructors.

This time-tested method of training works because it takes you straight from learning the principals behind HVAC work and throws you right into getting your hands dirty actually doing that work in the real world. Not only that, but you get to work under the direct supervision of experienced professionals who will mentor you and talk you through how to bridge theory and practice. It’s a powerful system that produces well-rounded, experienced journeymen HVAC mechanics and installers.

This kind of quality education isn’t cheap, but you’re not on the hook for the bills as an HVAC apprentice. In fact, you’ll be paid during your apprenticeship while you learn, usually at about half the rate of a full journeyman.

Apprenticeships represent a substantial investment in the future workforce. These programs can take up to five years to complete and include thousands of hours of supervised work on job-sites and hundreds of hours more in the classroom.

At the end of an apprenticeship, your status as a journeyman HVAC mechanic is secure and your value to potential employers is clear.

Finding an HVAC Apprenticeship Program

The process of getting into an apprenticeship program is extremely competitive. Openings in some programs may only come up every few years. Even then, hundreds of applications are often submitted for a handful of openings. Lines form around the block at union halls with people camping out on the sidewalk the night before positions open up in hopes of securing a coveted spot in one of these programs.

The two unions that offer apprenticeships in the HVAC trade run many of the programs available in the U.S. and Canada:

United Association member locals have the longest track record for HVAC training under the apprenticeship model.

Both UA and SMART are heavily invested in the success of these programs. Unions are highly selective about who gets in, actively recruiting the most talented professionals in the industry. And when you become a union member, your performance will reflect on that union, so you can be sure your trainers will be watching closely and you shouldn’t expect any slack.

In a keynote presentation at the 2017 Pipe Trades Training and Technology Conference where UA representatives were in attendance, Mark Breslin of Breslin Strategies, Inc said …

“We’re prepared to give you a debt-free education and put you on a path to a successful career, so we’re going to be selective of who gets that opportunity, because we are going to spend a lot of money making you great.”

In some areas, a Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee, representing both the union and area employers, team up to manage the apprenticeship program for that area. JATCs offer accredited courses just as rigorous as what you would find in a quality trade school or community college program.

Where non-union apprenticeships are available, they are often managed by a single employer or run through the trade association Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). For the required classroom hours, you may be sent to night and weekend classes at a local trade school or community college.

In states where an apprenticeship is a mandatory part of the licensing process, there are frequently state agencies that are in charge of approving programs and maintaining a list of possible sponsors, usually through the state’s office of labor and workforce development.

The United States Department of Labor also maintains a national list of apprenticeship sponsors. These include both union and non-union options.

Qualifications For An HVAC Apprenticeship

The basic qualifications required to begin an apprenticeship are similar around the country:

  • Have a high school diploma or GED
  • Have some algebra education
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Pass a drug test
  • Have the ability to work in a physical demanding environment
  • Be at least 18 years of age (some programs allow you to apply before your 18th birthday and offer transitional programs for high school seniors)

Most apprenticeships use some sort of testing to rank the applicants who meet their minimum qualifications. These tests are usually basic vocational assessments, like the ACT Workkeys examination. Exams typically cover math, English, and basic problem-solving skills.

There may be a minimal application fee, and you will often have to provide documentation to prove your eligibility, which may include:

  • Birth certificate
  • High school transcripts
  • Proof of citizenship
  • Military discharge or selective service registration form

Increasingly, apprenticeship programs are starting to look at your prior credentials and experience when you are applying. Although in the past these programs have traditionally taken applicants with no more than a high school education, and not necessarily any work experience in the field, today the challenges of assimilating all the new HVAC technology is leading apprenticeship programs to look for candidates who have some knowledge in the field. Even union apprenticeship programs are starting to look for candidates who have already taken some HVAC classes or have gone to trade school. This allows you to hit the ground running and allows the apprentice program to move on to more advanced and complex subjects faster than if they had to build your knowledge from the ground up.

What To Expect in an HVAC Apprenticeship

There is a lot of variation in HVAC apprenticeship program organization and content based on:

  • Program specialization
  • Local licensing requirements
  • Regional demand

Program Specialization

HVAC is a broad field with a lot of different specialties, including:

  • Refrigeration mechanics
  • Steam fitters
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Pipe fitters
  • Industrial controls technicians
  • Commercial or residential cooling
  • Residential heating

Many of these specialties are unique to commercial HVAC. Commercial work is also relatively heavily unionized, so it is very common to find union apprenticeships that focus in only one of these particular specializations—even within the same local you might find programs in different specialty areas.

Your training will reflect the specialty that union or shop focuses on—welding and bending pipe for pipe fitters and sheet metal workers, steam plant safety and operation for steam fitters, heavy electrical and electronics work for controls technicians.

Local Licensing Requirements

In states that offer certification or licensing, the training and duration of the apprenticeship programs offered in that area are often outlined by the state’s licensing laws. For example, in Iowa, you must complete a four-year apprenticeship program that includes at least 144 hours of classroom instruction per year.

In other states, like Maryland, there is only a set number of training hours, with no specified breakdown between classroom hours and hours spent on-the-job.

And in states like Massachusetts, the only acceptable apprenticeship programs have to be pre approved by the state Labor and Workforce Development Office. Job hours from an apprenticeship that has not been registered will not count toward your license requirements.

In many states, you will also have to register as an apprentice and possibly receive an apprentice license from the state to have your hours tracked and counted toward earning your license. This sort of licensing or registration is usually free or very inexpensive.

Regional Demand

Propane heat is king in the Midwest and if you enter an apprenticeship there, you’re almost certainly going to learn the ins and outs of installing and servicing gas heating systems. In the Southeast, on the other hand, there’s not a lot of demand for any sort of heating, but you can bet that any apprenticeship there is going to cover air conditioning eight ways to Sunday.

Most apprenticeship programs are reflective of the region where they are located. In fact, some have local residency requirements—the expectation is that you are going to learn what is common in the area and stick around, working on that same kind of equipment.

This is particularly true for union apprenticeships. You will become a member of the local you apprentice with, which will have service area restrictions. It’s possible to move to another local, but far from automatic.

Skills Training on the Job and Theory in the Classroom

Virtually all apprenticeship programs are made up of two components:

  • Classroom education
  • On-the-job training

Classroom Education

No matter what type of apprenticeship you end up in, you can expect around 600 classroom hours (576 is most common) covering subjects like:

  • Electrical theory
  • Refrigeration cycle
  • Job site safety and hazardous materials handling

Like many trade school programs, apprenticeships typically include the courses and tests necessary to qualify you for industry certifications including:

  • EPA Section 608
  • OSHA
  • First Aid/CPR
  • United Association STAR Certification

The exact organization of your class hours will depend on the program. Some programs, particularly large, highly-organized union programs, will put you in a classroom one or two days a month for training. In other apprenticeships, your classroom hours will come after-hours, in night classes you will be expected to attend after work, or on weekends.

On-the-job Training

The secret sauce to apprenticeship programs is that what you learn in the classroom one day, you practice out in the field the next. This direct application of theory to reality helps drive home the lessons you have learned and helps you perfect your understanding under the watchful eyes of experienced master and journeymen mechanics.

With technology providing a constant series of revolutions in the HVAC trade, you might find things have changed a lot between the time you start and when you finish your program. The most important skill you can exhibit is being adaptable and trainable. An apprenticeship is a good preview for life as a journeyman technician: you’ll continue to learn and perfect new technologies and undergo fresh training throughout your career.

Five years seems like a long time, but you’ll constantly be challenged to put your classroom training to work in the real world and you will continue to learn new things and refine your craft throughout your apprenticeship – and throughout your career. You may start out lugging tools around for journeymen, but soon enough you’ll be working with them directly. You’ll be asked to take on parts of projects independently, although someone will always be checking your work.

You’ll be expected to watch closely as more experienced mechanics take on more complicated tasks. And you’d better pay attention… they may ask you to handle it on the next job.

Union and Non-Union Apprenticeship Programs By State

Here you’ll find a full list of apprenticeship programs registered with the U.S. Department of Labor available through unions, non-union trade groups, individual employers, and even those available through inmate programs offered in federal prisons.

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HVAC Apprenticeship Opportunities

Alabama


Alaska


Arizona

  • Arizona Pipe Trades— Phoenix
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • ASARCO– Kearney
  • Boilermaker


Arkansas


California

  • Local Union 342 JATC—Concord
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Local Union 250—Los Angeles
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Colorado

  • RK Mechanical—Denver
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Connecticut


Delaware

  • General Motors– Wilmington
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance


District of Columbia

  • NAVFAC Public Works—Washington, D.C.
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • United States Air Force—Washington, D.C.
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Boiler Operator
  • Boiler Mechanic


Florida

  • Racca, Inc.—Tampa
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Georgia


Hawaii


Idaho

  • ACI Northwest Inc.—Coeur D’Alene
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Drake Mechanical—Boise
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Lewis Corporation—Pocatello
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Tyko Mechanical—Hayden
  • (208) 772-3911
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Illinois

  • Electro Electric—Flora & Fairfield
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Mangieri Electric—Galesburg
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • 3M Cordova—Cordova
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • Refrigeration Mechanic


Indiana

  • Allison Transmission—Indianapolis
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Cummins Engine—Columbus
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Delphi Electronics—Kokomo
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Indiana National Guard—Indianapolis
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • IUOE Local #103—Chesterfield
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Plumber—Carmel
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Nelson Sheet Metal—Evansville
  • (812) 867-6639
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • PHCC of Indiana—Indianapolis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • I.P.E. Inc.—Indianapolis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • RT Moore—Indianapolis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Van Contracting—Columbia City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Iowa

  • ACI Mechanical—Ames
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Air Comfort—Cedar Rapids
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • B & G HVAC—Marshalltown
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Cunningham Inc.—Oskaloosa
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • CW Suter Services—Sioux City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Halverson Trane—Clive
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Ideal Mechanical—Davenport
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Kalins Indoor Comfort—Sioux City, Vermillion, Yankton
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Meyer Mechanical—Dyersville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • PHCC of Iowa
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Service Legends—Des Moines
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Trane Co.—Davenport
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Van Reenen Inc.—Pella
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • WBC Mechanical—Waterloo
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Kansas


Kentucky


Louisiana

  • Local Union 198—Baton Rouge
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Maine


Maryland

  • Delmarva Oil—Salisbury
  • (800) 296-5175
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Maintenance


Massachusetts

  • UA Local 104– Chicopee
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Michigan

  • AIM Mechanical—Vicksburg
  • (269) 649-3906
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Bil Mar Foods– Zeeland
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic
  • Ford Motor Company—Lincoln Park, Dearborn, Milan, Woodhaven, Romeo, Saline, Sterling Heights, Ypsilanti, New Boston, Detroit, Wixom, Saginaw, Plymouth, Warren, Flint, Monroe, Bay City, Utica, Wayne
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boilermaker
  • General Motors—Grand Rapids, Milford, Warren, Livonia
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • E. Johnson—Midland
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Kalamazoo College– Kalamazoo
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Knoll Inc.—Grand Rapids
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Lubahn Sheet Metal—Eaton Rapids
  • (517) 663-5457
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Perrigo Company—Allegan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • Pfizer—Kalamazoo
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Pleune Mechanical—Lansing, Grand Rapids
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Sheet Metal Shop—Hazel Park
  • (248) 541-7300
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Tech Mechanical—Pontiac
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • TLC Warehousing Inc.—Holland
  • (616) 392-7175
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • UA Local 370—Flint
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • UAW Local 602—Lansing
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Minnesota


Mississippi

  • Ivey Mechanical—Kosciusko
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Missouri

  • ABC Heart of America—Kansas City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • Academy Air—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Al-Don—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • All Air Systems—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • ANC—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Anton’s HVAC—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Arch Air Services—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Arnold Air Inc.—Arnold
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Bick Group—Maryland
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Classic Air Care—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Dawson Dodd—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Doll Services—Pacific
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Future Aire—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Gaines HVAC—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Harster Heating—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Martin-Jetco—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Missouri Furnace—St. Charles
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • 131st Bomb Wing—Jefferson Barracks
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • F. Schraut—St. Louis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Montana

  • Johnson Controls– Bozeman, Helena
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Nebraska

  • Hands Inc.—Lincoln
  • (402) 421-1573
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Nevada


New Hampshire

  • BAE Systems—Nashua
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heritage—Auburn
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


New Jersey

  • Astaris LLC—Carteret
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • BC Express Inc.—Toms River
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Bill Leary—Metuchen
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Carrano Air—Dayton
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Conditioned Air—Pennsauken
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • J. Wagner—Westville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Dolan Inc.—Somerset
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Encon Mechanical—Ocean
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Hutchinson—Cherry Hill
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • J Zanes, LLC—Salem
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • W. Poole Inc.—Monroe Township
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Jackson Township—Jackson
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Johnsen Service—Cherry Hill
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Petro—Dover, Lakewood, Pennsauken, Princeton, South Plainfield
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Rubino Service Co.—Voorhees
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Shamrock Inc.—Vincentown
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Thermal Air Inc.—Matawan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Tindall Ranson—Princeton
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Viking Yachts—New Gretna
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • W G Straga Inc.—Pitman
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Walt McCollum—Long Beach Island
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


New Mexico


New York

  • AWS Mechanical– Floral Park
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Comfort Master– Cold Spring
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Daikin Applied– Long Island
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • HomeServe USA – Queens
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Ingersoll Rand– Syracuse
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Jet Air Co., Inc. – West Islip
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


North Carolina

  • Gentry Heating – Asheville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Johnson Controls– Charlotte
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Services
  • McKenney’s Inc. – Charlotte
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


North Dakota


Ohio

  • A-1 Heating—Toledo
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Accurate HVAC—Chillicothe
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Air Force One Inc.—Perrysburg
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Ford Motor Co.—Brook Park, Walton Hills, Lorain, Avon Lake, Batavia, Sandusky, Lima, Cincinnati, Cleveland
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • GM Lordstown—Parma
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Hauck Bros. Inc.—Springfield
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • JATC Local 392—Cincinnati
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Oberlin College—Oberlin
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Ohio Multi-Crafts—Madison
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Boiler Operator
  • Petti Construction—Wadsworth
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Stark’s—Bryan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Tom & Jerry’s—Fort Laramie
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance
  • Willis & Sons—Waverly
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Maintenance


Oklahoma

  • Hill & Company– Oklahoma City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Oregon

  • UA Local 290– Tualatin
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Pennsylvania

  • A-Air Company—Sewickley
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • ABC Eastern PA—Norristown
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • CC & M Services—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Coleman Mitchell—Cecil
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Comfort Pro Inc.—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Dew Fresh, Inc.—Lenhartsville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Gaspari Farms—Temple
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • GMI First—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • IOUE 542—Fort Washington
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • K-Wood LLC—Oley
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • M & M Mechanical—Fleetwood
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Michael C. Wall—Birdsboro
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Paul W. Essig—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Quality Degree—Royersford
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • SCI Coal Township—Coal Township
  • Refrigeration Unit Repairer
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • SCI Graterford—Graterford
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • SCI Pine Grove—Indiana
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Shannon A. Smith—Myerstown
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Temp Rite LLC—Warrington
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • UGI HVAC—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • USP Canaan—Waymart
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • USP-Lewisburg—Lewisburg
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • VF Outlet Center—Reading
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Rhode Island


South Carolina

  • Carolina Cool—Surfside Beach
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Cullum Electrical—Greenwood
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Melton Electric—Myrtle Beach
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Waldrop—Greenville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


South Dakota

  • Federal Prison Camp—Yankton
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • PHCC South Dakota—Sioux Falls
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Tennessee

  • FCI Memphis—Memphis
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Ivey Mechanical—Lexington
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Lee Company ATC– Franklin
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • M. Lawrence—Nashville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Trane—Clarksville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Texas

  • ABC South Texas—San Antonio
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boilermaker
  • AGC El Paso—El Paso
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • FCI LA Tuna—Anthony
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • FMC Carswell—Fort Worth
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • IBEW LU 72—Waco
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Kamo Energy, Inc. —Universal City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • PHCC of Texas—El Paso
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • E.C. Industries—San Antonio
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Southern Air-Socorro
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Texas Air Systems—Dallas, Austin, San Antonio
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • UA 142—San Antonio
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Utah

  • Autoliv Inc.—Brigham City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Comfort Systems—Salt Lake City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Hartman—Salt Lake City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Holbrook Service—Salt Lake City
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • JM Mechanical—Hyde Park
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • L & L Mechanical—St. George
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • North Star HVAC—West Haven
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Orbital ATK—Magna
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Pacific North—Alpine
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Schoonmaker—Ogden
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Selectric LLC—Provo
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Service Experts—Provo
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Stone Meats Inc.—Ogden
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Triple T—Spanish Fork
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Vermont

  • UA Local 693– Professional Plumbers & Pipefitters- South Burlington
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Vermont Tech – Randolph Center
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Virginia

  • Bion, Inc. – Manassas
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Branair Inc. – Manassas
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Comfort Source HVAC – Charlottesville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • EMC—Chesapeake
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Fauquier Health– Warrenton
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Green Air, Inc. – Ashland
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Honeywell—South Chesterfield
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Loving Air, Inc. – Locust Grove
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Norfolk Naval Shipyard—Portsmouth
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Boiler Operator
  • Boilermaker
  • Robertson Electric– Charlottesville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Trane Company – Ashland
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Varney, Inc. – Roanoke
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • E. Brown, Inc. – Charlottesville
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service


Washington


West Virginia


Wisconsin


Wyoming

  • Lee Metal Works—Sheridan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Powder River Heating—Gillette, Buffalo, Sheridan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • Sheridan College– Sheridan
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service
  • UA Local 192—Cheyenne
  • Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Service