Come Grow your HVAC Career with gohotwater.ca
So, why a Career in HVAC? It’s common for people who complete their Gas Technician training in Ontario to pursue a career as an HVAC Technician. HVAC Mechanics and Technicians deal with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, making an Ontario Gas Fitter license the perfect first step in their journey to a rewarding career and a possible job with gohotwater.ca.
What does an HVAC Technician do?
Furthermore, according to the Government of Canada, HVAC Mechanics install, maintain, and repair residential air conditioning systems, commercial and industrial refrigeration systems, large-scale air conditioning systems and combined heating, ventilation, and cooling systems.
The best thing about an HVAC career, much like a Gas Technician career, this is a 12-month a year job. In the summer, you will be busy working with air conditioning units, in the winter you’ll work on heating systems and refrigeration systems need attention all year round.
A typical day in the life of an HVAC Technician in Ontario
Also, a common day for an HVAC professional can include any number of tasks and responsibilities, including system inspections, installations, repairing and maintaining units, and much more. Whatever the day may hold, HVAC careers in Ontario are hands-on jobs. So, HVAC Technicians also work closely with customers, so a service-oriented attitude is essential for success.
Job Skills and requirements for employment with gohotwater.ca
Education: HVAC training is available at community colleges, trade schools and through some military positions. Apprenticeships are standard in the HVAC industry and apprentices are usually paid about half the rate of more experienced HVAC professionals in their area. (ask us about our apprentice opportunities)
Mechanical skill: Whether you specialize in installation or repair, you’ll need good skills with machines, comfortable with electrical work and handy with a variety of tools.
Endurance: Remember how you’re providing comfort to the eager masses? Well, unfortunately, that means that while you’re working at a job site, it’s often uncomfortably hot or cold. So, you’ll often be working in cramped conditions installing and repairing ductwork and related appliances. Safety gear for working around insulation and hazardous materials. gohotwater.ca puts safety first on all our job sites.is required.
Hours: So, most HVAC companies run during normal business hours throughout the week, and at gohotwater.ca you can expect to work about 40 hours per week on average. On-call availability may be required for emergencies on nights and weekends.
Dress the Part: We distribute gohotwater.ca uniforms; others have a standard dress code. Either way, you should plan– wear layers and be ready, no matter what temperatures you’re dealing with that day.
- HVAC Service Technician
- HVAC Installer Technician
- Installer Apprentice
- Refrigeration Mechanic
- Office Manager/Service Scheduler
So, gohotwater.ca brings over 30 years of experience to the Southern Ontario region. Also, known for providing excellent service prompt response to your needs. We pride ourselves based on the 100’s of satisfied customers and intricate installations. Consequently, we hire only fully licensed highly skilled technicians who come with specific domain expertise. Our commitment is to continually keep them upgraded with the latest education and training.
We service and install boilers and radiant heat, service and install gas furnaces and air conditioners, install full duct systems, service and install attic air conditioning systems (high velocity and low velocity). In addition, to installing gas, electric and even oil-fired water heaters, tankless hot water heaters and combination boilers that provide hydronic heating and domestic hot water with only one unit.
Currently servicing the areas of Hamilton, Burlington, Milton, Oakville, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Brampton, Scarborough, Acton, Halton Hills, Georgetown, Markham, Woodbridge, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Pickering, Whitby, Newmarket, areas along with the whole GTA region north to Barrie. To learn more about why you would be in such good hands when you need a Toronto HVAC Furnace & Air Conditioning Repair Contractor, contact us anytime at 647-533-9287 (WATR) or schedule an appointment ONLINE.