Are you tired of waiting for the right installer to come along?

We hear you. This two-week instructor-led class trains students on correct procedures for
installing new HVAC equipment. The curriculum includes commissioning, so you don’t have to
call a service technician out for start-up.

In two intense weeks of classroom and hands-on lab practice, the BuildAnInstaller™ class provides participants with the knowledge to support your new system sales through proper installation of that equipment.

Whether you have a structured in-house training program, or not, BuildAnInstaller™ helps to get your new hires job-ready on an accelerated timeline. Save man-hours, frustration, and on-the-job mistakes that can cost you customers.

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BuildAnInstaller™ Instructor-Led Course

BuildAnInstaller™ - What's in it for you

Whether you’re looking to expand your Residential New Construction
business or need to support Add On Replacement sales, we can get
your installers trained and contributing to your team, fast.

  • Teaches students the skills they need to perform installs.
  • Give us two weeks, and a student who is ready to learn, and we’ll turn out a qualified installer.
  • Helps you to recruit and train new talent, in spite of HVACR industry tech shortage.
  • Intensive instruction, combining classroom and hands-on learning.
  • Students learn both the why and how of proper installs.
  • Reduces or eliminates errors due to “rules of thumb.”
  • Supports both Residential New Construction and Add On Replacement business.


At the end of Week One, students take their EPA exam. Upon successful completion
of the class, students sit for their NATE Installer Technician Exam.

Premier Dealers:

$2,800* (20% Discount)

Program Price:


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*Prices are subject to change, and
do not include travel expenses.

BuildAnInstaller™ Course Outline
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Day One Theory


  • Personal
  • Job site
  • Tools and equipment
  • Handling pressurized cylinders
  • Brazing and fire

Technician Communication

  • Proper appearance
  • Communication
  • Record keeping
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Day Two Theory

Wiring projects

  • Wiring to loads
  • Wiring switches
  • Wiring Thermostats
    • Gas electric
    • Heat pump
  • Wiring accessories
    • float switches
    • condensate pumps
    • high and low pressure switches
    • hard start kits
    • Electrical Checks On Units
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Day Three Theory

  • Basic Refrigeration
    • Superheat
    • Sub-cooling
    • Fixed metering devices
    • TXV metering devices
    • Approach
    • Charging charts
    • Typical pressures
    • Typical temperatures
    • Using typical value charts
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Day Three Lab Assignment

  • Hands on Checking of
    • Superheat
    • sub-cooling
  • Checking charge using
    • Superheat
    • Sub-Cooling
    • Approach
  • Determining types of metering devices
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Day Four Theory

  • Gas Heating
    • Basic Gas Combustion
    • 80% operation and venting
    • 90% operation and venting
    • Single and multi-stage operation
    • Gas pressure adjustment
    • Combustion analysis
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Day Four Lab Assignment

  • Check and adjust gas pressures on single and multi-stage furnaces
  • Perform combustion analysis on both 80% and 90% furnaces
  • Measure temperature rise
  • Adjust blower speeds based on temperature rise
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Day Five Theory

  • EPA Exam
  • Recovery of refrigerant
  • Measuring liquid line and weighing in charge
  • Brazing
  • Dryers and filters
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Day Five Lab Assignment

  • Recover refrigerant in system
  • Calculate charge and weigh in refrigerant
  • Hands on Brazing projects

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