A sheet metal worker remains one of the only building tradespersons to start with a raw piece of material, custom fabricate it and install it. Residential sheet metal workers work in shops or on job sites in the high-rise or low-rise sector.

Some of the responsibilities of a residential sheet metal worker include (but are not limited to):

  • Reading blueprints and specifications
  • Layout and fabrication
  • Installation of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) systems
  • Altering existing systems

Our gas technicians are engaged in all aspects of installations. Typical jobs performed by a gas technician are (but not limited to):

  • Install pipelines for all types of gas fired equipment, such as:
    • Furnaces
    • Water heaters
    • Barbeques
    • Dryers
    • Stoves
  • Venting of combustion flue gases
  • Combustion air piping requirements for these appliances
  • Servicing gas fired equipment

Attention to detail and following code and regulations are why gas technicians must be highly trained in a skillful, safe, and efficient manner to keep them ahead of the curve in this continuously changing industry.