HVAC Installer Reviews

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Based on 260 responses, the job of HVAC Installer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.62 out of 5. On average, HVAC Installers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an HVAC Installer?

September 2015
"Successful career."
HVAC Installer:
Make sure this what u WANs do it is not easy but it is also very interesting to learn and do and you always will learn something new.
November 2015
"It's not all bad."
HVAC Installer:
Pros: I enjoy working with my hands, and making people's homes more comfortable and safe.
Cons: The stress is very tough to deal with, feels as though I'm always on a time crunch.
May 2014
"It Is A Rewarding Job When You Are Paid And Treated Fairly."
HVAC Installer:
Only go to the best companies out there, ones that offer paid vacation and sick leave and retirement, provide medical and dental benefits for you and your family.
November 2015
"When working here be sure you have experiance in HVAC/R."
HVAC Installer:
At Anderson Heating it is very important to be professional and accurate when decisions are made. A lot of communication/consideration is done before anything will be done during a project. The bottom line is that it must be done right.
December 2015
"Top salary."
HVAC Installer:
Apply to larger company or corporation, not a small family-owned business unless you are part of that family- or join your local union instead.
July 2016
HVAC Installer:
Pros: Working with my hands and mind together.
Cons: No benefits. Glorified babysitter.
September 2016
"The Work."
HVAC Installer:
Pros: Not having to do alot of real work but act like we know what we're doing, since its just a business front for other things.
Cons: Nothing it's a job that gets me away from home since I'm currently on house arrest for manufacturing methaphetamine with my cousin who works with me.