HVAC Tech – Working at CFHC
This week we interview General Manager, Angel Negron, and Operations Manager, Darrell Rodgers.
The main topic of discussion relates to the benefits of working for an air conditioner company.
Why should people consider getting in to HVAC?
I was in the corporate industry for about 10 years and I started seeing a trend of older generation telling their kids to get a college degree, which they did.
With that said, a simple answer is supply and demand.
Because there’s nobody doing this particular job, if you’re good at it, it’s going to demand a lot more money.
Anytime you can put yourself in a position where there’s nobody chasing after your position, thats a good place to be in.
How did you feel about stepping away from the corporate world?
Well, I take a lot of stuff in to consideration but I wish I would have it done sooner.
Had I started HVAC when I was 25 years old, I can almost guarantee I’d have my own truck and crew handling the same volume more efficiently than other companies.
From a financial standpoint can you compare corporate versus a more intense labor job?
From my perspective working at my previous sales job, there’s a sense of completion with this industry now. I get to see results and manage an entire project from start to finish.
However, as far as money goes, it goes back to supply and demand.
Because there is a lack of people willing to the job, the demand for this position is crucial to a company’s growth.
When you factor in all the other bonuses on top of the regular pay checks, it’s a smart financial decision.
HVAC Tech at Central Florida Heating & Cooling
As you already know, CFHC employs the best of HVAC.
They also focus on training their techs by investing in their education.
Together with Travis Technical College, CF Heating and Cooling is able to ensure they grow a talented and qualified team.
CFHC is always accepting applications, feel free to send us an e-mail with your resume and background to email@example.com.