Professional is committed to providing unparalleled service to our customers. We make sure that our entire team goes above and beyond to provide our customers with a relaxed and professional service experience.
All Professional AC & Heating professionals are the best in the field, due to their expertise and extensive training. Our technicians are continually learning the latest techniques and are up-to-date with the most recent technological advancements.
We have asked hundreds of our customers and homeowners in the area what’s MOST important from a plumbing, heating, and cooling company. Nearly everyone responded with:
- A technician that can get the job done right the first time.
- A POSITIVE experience.
Do you think you have what it takes to be a technician on our team? Apply to one of our two open positions — HVAC Service Technician and HVAC Install Technician.
HVAC Service/Installation Technician
The HVAC Technician job requirements are to install, provide general mechanical repairs and services. This position handles service calls to customers in their homes and utilizes customer service training to educate and assist customers in choosing service, products, and payment options.
Technical abilities needed by the successful candidate include:
- Electrical troubleshooting
- Neat and quality workmanship
- Load calculations
- General troubleshooting
- Gas line sizing
- Equipment sizing
- Duct sizing
Personal attributes of the successful candidate include:
- Good communication skills
- Enjoy and be comfortable interacting with customers
- Able to work independently
- Ability to explore customer needs and provide them with service options to meet their
- Safe driver
- The desire to be a team member and participate in the development and execution of company policies.
To apply, please Contact Professional AC & Heating. (407) 736-1061
Top Safety Tips For Technicians To Keep In Mind
The most effective way to stay protected on the job is by making it a priority. You should always have protective equipment like goggles, a face shield, and gloves to protect you from any harmful substances.
Assess The Situation
Before jumping into the task at hand, assess the situation carefully. You don’t want to go back to the same job site to fix a mistake that could have been done right the first time.
Double Check Your Equipment
It’s a busy day out on the job for technicians and tools can easily get lost along the way. Before starting any job, make sure you have all required tools handy.
Don’t Take Shortcuts
It’s always important to follow exact procedure. Sometimes taking shortcuts can lead to an unfortunate safety hazard.