HVAC training may very well be one of the most important investments of your life but even if you take your training in a hot climate there is a strong chance that at some point you will be tasked with taking care of an HVAC system during the winter. These are two very different seasons, obviously, so let’s take a look at winter vs. summer HVAC.

HVAC Training for Summer

During the summer home will need to use an air conditioner and the maintenance will be fairly straightforward. Throughout the course of summer an air conditioner will need routine maintenance:

Coolant Recharge – When properly maintained an air conditioner probably will not need a coolant recharge more than once per year, but it is a good idea to make sure that this need is addressed before going into the summer.

Condenser Maintenance – In a split system it will be crucial to make sure that both the outdoor condenser and the indoor unit are properly maintained. If the condenser unit is not well maintained it can become clogged which ultimately leads to it freezing and causing the indoor unit to be far less effective. Another important thing to keep in mind is that the capacitor in the outdoor unit can falter, leaving you with a less-than-functional system.

Clean the Filters – Filters represent a very important part of the air conditioning unit. It ensures that the dust and debris in the air do not invade the unit and cause issues throughout the house.

HVAC Training for Winter

AC repair school does need to prepare you for basic winter maintenance and with that being the case we’re going to list a few of the most common maintenance routines that you or the homeowner would need to perform:

Check Burner Flames – The burner flames of the unit need to be even and blue. If they are flickering and are a different color, there may be a problem with the unit and it could potentially be a danger.

Check Burner/Blower Cavities – These can become clogged, and that is something you can easily take care of. All you need to do is vacuum them out using an industrial vacuum cleaner. It’s a standard piece of equipment for any HVAC technician.

Clean the Blower – The blower can occasionally become clogged during the winter, and basic maintenance calls for you to remove it and clean it. For further cleaning, brush the blades and vacuum them using an industrial-grade vacuum cleaner.

Dust the Pilot – The pilot tends to get dirty, so you can blow it out using a device.

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ITI Technical College LogoBecoming an HVAC technician and getting the right training is without a doubt one of the best things that you can do for yourself in the current economy. The job market is changing rapidly but HVAC jobs will almost always be a reliable source of income. You could be working in an industrial setting or you might be working in residential homes. Either way, your job is very important and you’re going to need the best possible training.

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