According to the #1 job site in the US, Zip Recruiter, a Louisiana HVAC Journeyman, earns more than $66,000 per year, and the average college graduate earns $47,000 per year.
Recent data from US News shows that college graduates' average student loan debt is more than $30,000.
As an apprentice with Storer Services, our technicians have ZERO tuition debt and receive annual pay increases as they advance through our training program.
Our technicians often take advantage of advancing their careers with additional specialized training and becoming experts on sophisticated HVAC equipment.
There is an ever-growing demand for qualified HVAC technicians across the United States.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the need for HVAC technicians is expected to increase by 15% over the next eight years.
Technology is constantly evolving, and our technicians stay up to date with learning new skills to meet the growing demands in the HVAC industry while maintaining their skills of working on aging equipment.
Career Explorer estimates that the US will need 55,000 additional HVAC technicians over the next ten years. This number accounts for 6,700 existing technicians retiring and 48,800 new technicians entering the trade.
As the next generation of aspiring technicians enters the HVAC field, they have a leg up with a solid understanding of electronics, networks associated with modern technology, and the importance of mining data.
As new HVAC technologies become more and more sophisticated, technicians become more valuable for their field experience and specialized HVAC training.
While HVAC technology remains on the cutting edge of artificial intelligence, HVAC technicians will continue to be in high demand because of their ability to assess situations, work on specialized equipment and determine the proper course of action for each job.
Opportunity for Advancement
Because of Storer Services expanded territory and specialty services, our technicians have the opportunity to work and live in various locations across Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas.
Receive extensive on-the-job training to provide you with the knowledge and experience to help you advance your career as far as you want to grow.
Our highly skilled industry experts teach how to work on complex aging HVAC equipment while learning about new cutting-edge technological developments in HVAC.
At the end of the Storer Services five-year HVAC Apprenticeship training program, you will be ready to obtain your HVAC NCCER certified journeyman license.
Camaraderie with Co-workers
As a Storer Services Apprentice, you will be part of a team that receives extensive on-the-job training along with attending classes weekly.
All of our team members work together to develop solutions for the most complex and challenging projects. Plus, learn from some of the top experts in the industry.
Our work family of over 100 team members includes engineers, estimators, salespeople, accounting, HR professionals, and support staff that bring 1471 years of experience.
To ensure you receive the HVAC training you need to succeed, we limit our class sizes and partner each apprentice with one of our 58 highly- experienced technicians.
We value the talent of all US veterans, and they represent 18% of our team.
Evolving, High-Growth Industry
The HVAC industry has been at the forefront of technology for over a century, with no signs of slowing down. We have embraced the advancements in our industry and continue to look for new opportunities to provide better services for our customers.
Today's complex HVAC systems and their components require technically skilled technicians who can adapt to a fast-paced and ever-changing landscape.
As our industry evolves with new technology, we provide ongoing training to expand our team members' knowledge base.
Our technicians learn how to build and work on new systems, plus maintain and rebuild aging equipment.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has changed how the HVAC industry operates and uses data. Storer Services utilizes this data to give our customers relevant information about their equipment.
Professional uniforms and tools
Safe Harbor 401(k)
Generous paid time off
Incentive pay on top of base pay
Company truck (2nd year in apprenticeship program)