HVAC Schools in Indiana (Top Programs Listed)

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HVAC Schools in Indiana

A mix of landscape like Indiana has, means the climate changes from one spot to the other, and as a result, people need heating, ventilation or air conditioning more than in other places.

This can only mean that HVAC technicians also have higher chances of finding employment.

Salary

HVAC technicians easily earn on average $45,575 per year, while some can earn as much as $51,642 annually.

These salary levels are a bit lower than those at a national level, where the average one is $46,648 per annum and the highest ones reaching $52,858 per year.

Of course, these numbers depend on personal experience and skill.

Annual Salary Range:
$40K
$45K
$51K
10%
50%
90%
Annual Salary by Location:
LocationAvg. Annual Salary
Indianapolis$45,568
Fort Wayne$43,518
Evansville$44,090
South Bend$43,606
Carmel$45,512
Fishers$43,102
Bloomington$42,969
Hammond$46,461
Gary$46,461
Lafayette$45,288

Licensing Requirements

Indiana doesn’t have statewide regulations requiring workers in this field to hold a license in order to perform their duties.

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Most local governments, however, do require this from these technicians.

It’s best to consult with your local jurisdiction on this aspect before starting practicing.

Indianapolis

In Indianapolis, you need a license to work as an HVAC technician.

Those who passed a Prometric exam could use it to waiver their HVAC license, but it’s best to get more details and information on the subject, in relation to your situation.

The Board of Heating and Cooling Examiners is where you’ll find all the details you’re curious about.

Marion County

In this county, and all of its cities have 5 licenses you can obtain for this field.

These are the certifications available:

  • Air Conditioning “A” –  an unrestricted license
  • Air Conditioning “B” –  With this license, you can work on cooling units up to 25 tons, or heating units up to 500,000 BTUs, and boiler pressures under 15 PSIG steam and 30 PSIG water
  • Air Conditioning “D” – allows work on units under 5 tons of cooling and 300,000 BTUs heating
  • Refrigeration
  • High-Pressure Steam

EPA Certification

The EPA Certification is needed by those who will work with regulated refrigerants.

The type of unit you’ll be working with dictates the class of certification you can get.

There are 4 classes of EPA certification available, and the last one covers all other 3, which are limited.

The schools below might be a good start to start your training and get your HVAC license or even the EPA certification.

School NameAddress
AC/C TECH4415 Forest Manor Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46226
ConTech Institute811 Lindsey Street, Columbus, IN 47203
Fortis College | HVAC Training9001 N. Wesleyan Rd, Suite 101, Indianapolis, IN 46268
Ivy Tech Community College50 W. Fall Creek Parkway N. DriveIndianapolis, Indiana 46208
Prosser School of Technology4202 Charlestown Road, New Albany, IN 47150

Final Thoughts

Attending one of the schools above or finding an apprenticeship program will make you a more desirable candidate when searching for a job in Indiana.

Regardless of how you learn the trade, finding employment in this state will be relatively easy.

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