Charlotte Observer Discusses Our New HVAC Tech School!

For those that do not know, our technician training school provides an alternate career path for those seeking to explore the competitive and highly role as a Charlotte HVAC repair technician. We recently met with The Charlotte Observer, who wanted to know more behind the mission of our program and where it all began.

HVAC Technician Observing AC Unit

LOCAL COMMUNITY TRAINING FOR HVAC TECHNICIANS

Our team is excited to know that a local publications like the Charlotte Observer recognizes the importance of local business supporting our local community in the name of growth and improvement. During our conversation, we walked the Charlotte Observer team through our training lab where our students get hands-on experience handling all types of repair and replacement services. It’s important that our students face the entire spectrum of repair and/or replacement problems, so that we are that much more efficient in fixing your home’s system when you need hot or cold air in the most.

THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS OF LOCAL CHARLOTTE HVAC TECHNICIANS

Included in our Charlotte Observer feature is feedback from one of our graduates, Quatez Watford (“Q”). Q is not only one of six graduating students of our first class, but she is the first female. We are so proud of Q’s ability to embrace a male-dominated industry and match, if not surpass the level of quality put forth by our strongest competitors. Graduates of our Charlotte HVAC technician repair training program are the future of One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® of Charlotte!

If you would like to read the entire feature of us in Charlotte Observer, click here!

HVAC Technicians Standing in Front of a Van