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  1. #14
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    i gather u don't want schooling on how..u want schooling for the EPA certification?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kindle View Post
    Yeah there are good margins in the used stuff, if anyone was buying anything instead of fixing it. Please just someone tell me where to go to school in Missouri. Thanks
    Some supply houses have 608 exams. Also HVAC training schools like Ranken in St. Louis give exams. Call around to some schools and supply houses.

    What part of the state are you in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kindle View Post
    Ok, here is the deal. My father and I have a restaurant equipment company. We spend thousands of dollars in repair on refrigeration and I am intersted in getting my HVAC certifiction. What schools in Missouri can anyone point me towards. I can not find one, just help me out please!

    Hire an experienced tech, and make him a part of your company. Get him to teach you. If you are any good at business, there will soon be enough refrigeration work for both of you, and you can create a refrigeration division.

    But, as said, if this kind of work has not always been an interest for you, you won't like the work, but you at least will be paying the wage of an individual tech, and save on the extra money you have been paying someone else to have a tech come out.
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  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Hire an experienced tech, and make him a part of your company. Get him to teach you. If you are any good at business, there will soon be enough refrigeration work for both of you, and you can create a refrigeration division.

    But, as said, if this kind of work has not always been an interest for you, you won't like the work, but you at least will be paying the wage of an individual tech, and save on the extra money you have been paying someone else to have a tech come out.
    just like anything else you will have to invest some serious time and effort if you want to do this. Going to school is a good thing, but having an experienced tech there to work with you hands on is the best route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pilotlight View Post
    hey let me know where I can by freons. I be needin to get me some freons.

    Dupont?

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