Here in New England, heating is a must. Students will learn about different heating systems such as oil furnaces, electric heating, commercial gas systems, and steam hydronics.
Air distribution is key to keeping things warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Our HVAC course will teach you about this complex system and how to create a proper balance while learning how to do so with the tools and equipment that is used in the field.
Air conditioning has become a necessity for many houses and businesses in the United States. From home rooftop units to central air systems in commercial buildings, students will be trained on the different air conditioning units, how they work, and what it takes to keep them running.
Not only does nearly every home rely on a refrigerator, but so do millions of businesses like restaurants, supermarkets, hotels, and pharmacies. Our refrigeration school courses will teach you how to keep all these commercial and residential units running properly.
With our HVAC repair classes, students will be introduced to the basics of electricity. This means practical electrical principles like Ohm’s Law, series-parallel circuits, and DC/AC are discussed along with how they apply to HVACR systems.