Installing air conditioner & qualifications
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  1. #1
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    Hi, I'm green as grass to this trade! (Ontario, Mississauga)
    When installing residential a/c unit, do you need a dedicated license for the installation? (like Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mech; licenses given by the ministry by completing the apprenticeship program)

    I always thought that having Gas 2 and ODP was sufficient enough.
    Thanks in advance for looking and answering!

    cheers





    Hi, just opening up another thread here for similar question I posted somewhere else.

    Just want to make sure if G.2. and ODP card is sufficient enough for a person to install a residential AC unit (compressor+condensing unit, piping etc).
    Or, do you have to be a Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic to do such work? From what I remember from G.2 course, g2 tech can touch the gas side of the ac. That wasn't clear enough.

    thanks for reading, and answering the quetion in advance.
    Last edited by beenthere; 02-28-2009 at 10:04 PM. Reason: Same basic question, different titles

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    Nope.You need 313d and ODP.

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