HVAC technicians specialize in installing, maintaining, and repairing air conditioning, heating and cooling systems, while Appliance mechanic specialize in installing, maintaining, and repairing the rest of the appliances in your home . The latest report from the HVAC Mechanic and Appliance Mechanic shows that Appliance Mechanics have a small advantage in terms of employment prospects in Denver. The Job Bank gives Appliance mechanics in Denver CO four stars per demand its highest possible rating. The HVAC gets three stars, which is still a decent rating, but not that good.
It's hard to tell if an appliance mechanic is better than an HVAC or vice versa. The training requirements for HVAC are more stringent than those for a appliance mechanic, however, Appliance mechanic in Denver CO earn a little more and have the same demand. Many HVAC technicians receive post-secondary training at technical and commercial institutions or community colleges that offer HVAC programs. While many HVAC technicians are business owners, a good portion are still working with other, more established contractors.