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seanbuckeyefan

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I am currentley working on gettiing my cert. for hvacr and i will be done in july,
but i miss the business to a point. How can i use my new skills and put htem to work when i graduate?

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In my experience, most plants use in-se electricians that they send to get freon certification. If there is a problem beyond there capability, they contract out to HVAC companies.

I would look at some of the larger HVAC companies, such as Johnson Controls.
(Unless you have the skills to be a house electrician, and want to be the resident HVAC tech!)
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