Just dropping by with the casual hello. After 9 years of working for a mechanical contractor, I think it's safe to say this is going to be my career. Started as just a sheetmetal helper, moved to sheetmetal mechanic, and now for the last four years I've primarily worked on light commercial installs and changeouts. I have been troubleshooting my own installs if something goes array while under warranty, but I'm still learning new things everyday.
I signed up for the forums mainly for the educational portion. I learn a lot from my two co-workers on a daily basis. They don't teach how to fix the problems I run into, but they also show me why those problems arise, and how to prevent it from happening again. So by joining the forums I'm hoping to gain a little more in my spare time at home, afterall it is my career, and I need to make the best of it.