HVAC Schools in New York (Top Programs Listed)

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HVAC Schools in New York

New York is a popular state, however, it does not have many requirements for HVAC techs.

Possible Salary

In the United States, the average salary made by HVAC mechanics is $46,648 per year, but the range goes up to $52,858 per year.

By comparison, these technicians earn a higher average salary in New York- $50,053 annually, with the higher range reaching $56,717 per year.

Annual Salary Range:
$44K
$50K
$56K
10%
50%
90%
Annual Salary by Location:
LocationAvg. Annual Salary
New York$56,444
Buffalo$44,610
Rochester$45,985
Yonkers$53,769
Syracuse$45,978
Albany$47,408
New Rochelle$53,437
Mount Vernon$53,746
Schenectady$47,223
Utica$44,670

County requirements

The only county that requires a license is Buffalo, for which you will need to contact City Hall.

Even if you don’t need a license in almost all the State of New York, training is highly recommended and any of the schools below is a good career start.

School NameAddress
Apex Technical School635 Ave of the AmericasNew York, New York 10011
Branford Hall Career Institute565 Johnson AvenueBohemia, New York 11716
Dutchess Community College53 Pendell RdPoughkeepsie, New York 12601
Erie Community College121 Ellicott StBuffalo, New York 14203
Hudson Valley Community College80 Vandenburgh AveTroy, New York 12180
Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning Inc.18O Charlotte StreetRochester, New York 14607
Mohawk Valley Community College1101 Sherman DrUtica, New York 13501
Monroe Community College1000 E Henrietta RdRochester, New York 14623
Onondaga Cortland Madison BOCES4500 Crown RdLiverpool, New York 13090
Suffolk County Community College533 College RdSelden, New York 11784
Technical Career Institutes320 W 31st StNew York, New York 10001
WSWHE BOCES / Meyers Education Center15 Henning RdSaratoga Springs, New York 12866

EPA Certification

In order to handle refrigerants, you will need an EPA certification which is required by law.

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There are 3 types of certifications, from which the first type is the easiest to get.

However, if you want a license that does not expire and covers everything, we suggest a universal one.

If you plan on managing refrigerants in vehicles only, you will be covered by EPA Section 609.

Conclusion

HVAC jobs are in demand in a state like New York, so start your training in order to improve your skills and become a successful tech.

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