Compressors are the most expensive part of your residential central air conditioning and heating system. They are also the most mis-diagnosed part of the HVAC system also. For training purposes for both home owners and technicians this article is going to cover the most common type of compressor used in residential applications, which is a single phase Scroll compressor.
Many people wonder how easy it is to get a job when they finish an accredited trade school, such as ones that provide proper Hvac training. The good news is that the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning business is booming and there is always going to be a demand for it.
So you are interested in becoming a certified Hvac technician. Job security wise, you have it, no matter where you go Hvac services are needed. The proper Hvac training needed to get a steady job can take anywhere from 2-5 years.
How about some Hvac Training for homeowners? Simple questions pop up in my stats every day and I feel that the searchers aren’t getting their questions answered completely. So I have compiled a list of questions that people have searched for and found my page with, specifically homeowners. On top of that I have also added some of the most frequent asked questions that I get from customers.
This is one of the most confusing topics that has many different answers, as there are different types of warranties that cover certain things such as parts, and other types of warranties that cover labor and parts. Most manufacturers for residential units will have a 5 year parts warranty that will cover any failed component … Read more
To cover all the air handler parts and accessories I would have to write a book, especially considering all of the new communicating systems that are out there. This is supposed to be Hvac training for customers to learn more about their components of the split air conditioning system. To learn more about the condensing … Read more
The condensing unit in a split central heating and air conditioning system is located outside, and is also referred to as the ‘condenser’. This is where the warm inside air is ejected from the refrigerant to the outside. One quick way that you can tell if the system is doing its job is it would … Read more
With the proper Hvac Training you can lead a lucrative career that will open you up with job opportunities just about anywhere you go, as there is always a demand for heating, cooling and refrigeration to be repaired. Not to mention ventilation systems such as exhaust fans and whole home fans. I’ve been an Hvac … Read more