Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) contractors looking for plentiful job opportunities, high salaries, available training and large numbers of service calls should head for the Buckeye state or sunny California according to a list of Top States to Work in HVACR compiled by Emerson.
According to data from the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation, by 2022 the HVACR industry will be facing a staffing shortfall of 115,000 contractors, making recruiting new professionals even more challenging.
Back to the Fundamentals
After a long, hot summer and countless hours explaining to homeowners the importance of upgrading their HVAC system, you often hear three dreaded responses:
- “I need to research or check around”
- “It’s too expensive” or “I don’t have the money right now”
- “I need to think about it”
Hearing those three common responses can be frustrating and could cause you to lose business to the competition.