Indiana is a place with a great variety in terms of landscape.
That diversity does not stop there, but leaps into a great diversity of temperatures.
During the summer there’s sweltering heat, and during the winter it is bitter cold.
Therefore, it is no wonder that Indiana is a good place to start a HVAC career.
Here is the information you need.
Salary of a HVAC technician in Indiana depends on many factors.
You can expect to start out at $12.42 per hour and earn up to $33 per hour.
However, that will depend on your experience, knowledge, set of skills and much more.
If you want to find out what the minimum, maximum, and average salaries of HVAC technicians in ten largest cities in the state of Indiana are, take a look at the following table:Annual Salary Range:
Average Salary of HVAC Techs in Indiana
Whether you need a license to work as a HVAC technician or not depends on your local government.
Indiana as a state does not require HVAC technicians or HVAC contractors to have special certifications or licenses, but you need to check the requirements set by your country or city before setting out to work.
Indianapolis does require licensing for HVAC contractors.
In case you have taken a Prometric exam, you may not need to take the exam.
The Board of Heating and Cooling Examiners is authoried to set additional requirements.
At Marion County there are five different licenses:
- Air Conditioning “A” – an unrestricted license
- Air Conditioning “B” – gives you permission to work on cooling units up to 25 tons, or heating units up to 500,000 BTUs, and boiler pressures not above 15 PSIG steam and 30 PSIG water
- Air Conditioning “D” – gives you a permit to work on units up to 5 tons of cooling and 300,000 BTUs heating
- High-Pressure Steam You can find more information on these licenses on Indianapolis/Marion County webpage
As was mentioned before, you will need skills and knowledge that will make you stand out from the crowd.
Education is just the thing you may need. In addition to teaching you theory, these programs will prepare you for the practical problems you will see in the field.
Here is a list of HVAC training centers in Indiana:
23 HVAC Schools in Indiana
|Ashworth College||6625 The Corners Pkwy NW #500, Norcross, GA 30092|
|AC/C TECH||4415 Forest Manor Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46226|
|ConTech Institute||811 Lindsey Street, Columbus, IN 47203|
|Fortis College | HVAC Training||9001 N. Wesleyan Rd, Suite 101, Indianapolis, IN 46268|
|HVAC Career Training Center||Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Carmel..., IN 11111|
|hvacredu.net (Online Training)||P.O. Box 77, Heron, MT 59844|
|Ivy Techncial State College-Kokomo||1815 E. Morgan Street, Kokomo, IN 46901|
|Ivy Techncial State College-Lafayette||3101 S. Creasy Lane, Lafayette, IN 47909|
|Ivy Techncial State College-Richmond||2325 Chester Blvd., Richmond, IN 47374|
|Ivy Technical State College-Bloomington||200 Daniels Way, Bloomington, IN 47404|
|Ivy Technical State College-Columbus||4475 Central Avenue, Columbus, IN 47203|
|Ivy Technical State College-East Chicago||410 E. Columbus Drive, East Chicago, IN 46312|
|Ivy Technical State College-Evansville||3501 First Avenue, Evansville, IN 47710|
|Ivy Technical State College-Fort Wayne||3800 N. Anthony, Fort Wayne, IN 46805|
|Ivy Technical State College-Gary||1440 E. 35th Avenue, Gary, IN 46409|
|Ivy Technical State College-Indianapolis||One West 26th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208|
|Ivy Technical State College-Marion||1015 E 3rd Street, Marion, IN 46952|
|Ivy Technical State College-Muncie||4301 S. Cowan Road, Muncie, IN 47307|
|Ivy Technical State College-Sellersburg||8204 HWY 311, Sellersburg, IN 47172|
|Ivy Technical State College-South Bend||220 Dean Johnson Blvd., South Bend, IN 46601|
|Ivy Technical State College-Terre Haute||7999 S. US Hwy 41, Terre Haute, IN 47803|
|Ivy Technical State College-Valparaiso||24201 Valley Drive, Valparaiso, IN 46383|
|Prosser School of Technology||4202 Charlestown Road, New Albany, IN 47150|
According to the Section 608 EPA Section, you need to have an EPA certificate in order to work with refrigerants.
There are four classes of the certification that allow you to work on different units.
The fourth class covers all the classes of units. This is a requirement you have to meet regardless of the state that you are working in.
will need to know to handle refrigerants as parts of other systems and refrigeration units as well.
There are not many requirements you need to meet to become a HVAC technician in Indiana.
These requirements depend on the country or city, so be sure to check the information with the local government.
You will need something that will give you an edge over the others.
This is where education and training will help you a great deal.