Residential Replacement and New Construction Installers

Job Description
Company: Andy's Statewide
Only the best of the best work for the largest and fastest-growing leader in residential services: Andy's Statewide?. Unique to our field, we provide heating, and air conditioning expertise through 70+ locations nationwide united by a commitment to professional excellence. In addition to the training needed for a real career, we provide year-round work, free uniforms, well-equipped trucks, advancement potential, and the chance to give back.
HVAC Installer- Residential Replacement and New Construction
We Offer:
Above Market Wages - Earn $65,000-$80,000k a year
Comprehensive Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, Vision)
401k + Company Match
100% Employer Paid Life Insurance
Fully-equipped, Take Home Trucks
Phone and Uniform
Paid Vacation & Holidays
The professional we select will apply technical skills and knowledge to install heating and air conditioning systems within residential replacement or new construction settings.
Job Requirements
What You Need to Succeed and Grow with the Pros
Required Credentials:
3+ years of experience in HVAC residential service.
A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
Working knowledge of local HVAC codes and best practices.
A valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Join our winning team by calling the Hiring Manager, Dave, at 248-622-7743.
All candidates are required to undergo pre-employment drug screen and employment background checks.
ARS is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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