Indiana HVAC Training

Abraham Lincoln moved to Indiana when he was a little kid. I don’t think he went to any of the HVAC schools in Indiana though. Abraham set out a great example for the state and became America’s symbol for honesty. When the guys first warped through the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1911, I’m sure they got just as hot and beat up as the guys do today because the cars were not as smooth and they didn’t have air conditioning inside. At the end of a hot long race, they would end up getting out of their cars and stepping into the sun and if they were lucky maybe into a little bit of shade.

Modern Indiana now has every bit of technology that the rest of the country has, and the HVAC schools are no

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different. The HVAC schools have all the modern technology, including all of the computerized components that can be found in a modern heating and cooling system. At the HVAC schools in Indiana you’ll learn how to take the state’s buildings and make sure that they’re operating properly and safely to protect the residents. An Indiana winter can get extremely cold, as Lewis and Clark I’m sure knew, having started out from Fort Vincennes, V-I-N-C-E-N-N-E-S, when they took off on their epicly cold tour of North America.

I’m guessing that the reason the first baseball game was ever played professionally in Fort Wayne in 1871 was that they chose to wait till May to do it because they needed the ground to thaw and the snow to go away. Indiana tends to have mild summers, so air conditioning is not nearly as important as it is in some of the hotter states, but you can bet that without a good HVAC education you’re not going to be able to keep the people warm enough through the harsh winters that hit the state.

When the winters get as harsh as they do in Indiana, you also want to have a strong ventilation system that can keep the air pure and safe so people don’t end up catching the flu from the recirculated air and they don’t end up asphyxiating from carbon monoxide poisoning from keeping the windows closed for six months out of the year as they get through the winter. One other oddity in Indiana that’s interesting that relates to an HVAC system is the direction of the river flow. HVAC systems for the most part flow the air horizontally.