Kentucky HVAC Training
A good friend of mine grew up on a ranch in Kentucky. Horses were her thing. A fine lad who had attended one of the Kentucky HVAC Schools, would keep their house ready for winter. The weather in Kentucky can get extremely cold in the winter, especially if you head away from the coast and up into the hills. In that winter, you would hardly know you were in the south. With all of the historic buildings, strong changes of seasons, and huge wealth inequity in Kentucky, you will find yourself plenty of interesting things to do there with a good HVAC education.
The Blue Grass state offers you plenty of variety in the HVAC schools. I’d suggest you pick the city
you want to get your education in and research Kentucky license and certification requirements then go in person and interview them. Also, you can click this link to find out more about salaries in HVAC.