Hey guys heres the deal I am 20 years old and I want to be some form of a service tech in a few years down the road. Last summer as in 2010 I worked as a installer at a small company here in town. Then I went to school for a year in automotive well I didnt want to do that. So I went and got a job a few months later which is where I am now as a plumber helper at Johns Plumbing here in Greensboro NC. I have com to realize that I don't want to do plumbing cause I think it is much nastier and harder than HVAC (correct me if i am Wrong ). So I am now wanting to do HVAC. Now my company I am with does HVAC but its a lot of residential and some commercial. So do you get that far in residential money wise and advancing? So which is better commercial or residential money and long term wise? Now school wise I have no schooling because its very hard for me if it has more book work than lab work.
So is commercial I can get into and learn as I go or do I need schooling? The next thing is my grandpa wants to provide me with a service truck doing HVAC. He wants to just do service no installs can I make any money that way or would I be fighting to pay my bills? I just need some help in which way to go. Also can talk about chillers and boilers is there money in that type of service?