Air conditioning and heating installation companies use several different types of employees and managers to give their clients the temperature control services that they need for their industrial, commercial, and residential buildings.
The installation crew members are some of the most important employees with each company because they provide the services that clients rely on to heat their homes, offices, and retail stores. These employees usually know how to install a wide variety of heating and air conditioning systems, but some of them are trained to focus on specific varieties. Given several years on the job, most installers come to understand how the pumps, vents, ducts, coils, and fans control temperatures in furnaces and HVACs. Depending on the type of company that they work for, they might also learn how to install portable units to cool individual rooms instead of using large central air products.
Of course, in order for the employees to install designs properly they need an experienced professional to train them. Trainers have often worked in the industry for many years, so they have gained exposure to the different types of units that are commonly used in residential and commercial buildings. Depending on the company, these managers might design their own training programs or follow a program created by a corporate manager.
The companies also need managers that can provide the installation crews with all of the parts and equipment that are used in the heating and cooling systems. These managers talk to wholesale dealers and look for low-cost suppliers that will sell pumps, coils, gas furnaces, electric fans, and thermostats at reduced prices.