HVAC installation technicians review, assemble, install, connect, and replace complete HVAC systems in residential and commercial buildings. They also install a variety of HVAC-related components, including control systems such as thermostats and indoor air quality monitors, refrigeration, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. They use hand and power tools to assemble, connect, and complete jobs. HVAC install techs are familiar with reading HVAC equipment and structure blueprints and codes. They work with sheet metal fabricators, electricians, HVAC service technicians, and pipefitters to complete various work orders. This includes ensuring the ductwork, wiring, pipe threading, and fittings are up to spec. HVAC installation technicians must have prior installer work experience, as well as EPA and HVAC certifications. This is a full-time position with the opportunity for overtime in peak seasons.