Welder (Former Employee) – Pineville, NC – January 9, 2018
the job was high paced, but verey fun. the boss was great. had some issues with some of the equipment. mosts were outdated,broke or had some sort of damage to them.they were layed back people and a pleasure to work for
Service Technician/Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 19, 2017
Great company however they are no longer in business as they were purchased by another mechanical company.. Hard work must be self starter, complete runs of pipe, read blue prints and install necessary equipment as per blue prints and manuals. keep count of stock in pipe yard, inquire with suppliers about back orders.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – April 14, 2017
I would not recommend this place of employment to anyone. The owner is extremely difficult to work for. The bUsiness is unorganized and lacks common business model practices. This place of employment has an extremely high turnover rate. While the business has plenty of customers shuffling through, the satisfaction rate is low mainly due to long waits for repairs and warranty work. Often times existing customers are put on an ongoing work list for long periods of time to serve new paying customers.
Gain experience in the field, decent starting pay and great coworkers.
Owner difficult to work for, extremely high turnover rate, and poor business practices
HVAC Service Technician (Former Employee) – Liberty, MO – March 28, 2017
The company itself is not the best, had a hard time quoting prices to costumers, they have a pretty fast turn over rate. They do put in into a lot a various houses though, which helps you gain experience on several units through residential service.
Dispatcher and Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – January 23, 2015
I routed the service technicians with their daily routes. I updated the information in the computer database and made outgoing calls to inform customer's when we were headed to their homes. I took inbound calls for service requests, billing questions and directed the customers to their appropriate departments. I did office duties that included filing, mailing machines, faxes, copiers and emptied the trash. I assisted in the warehouse with daily pulling of materials and re-stocking. I learned about parts, inventory and ordering practices.
Monday-Friday 7-4 pm schedule.
This was a very small company with difficult management practices.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Canaan, Tobago (West Indies) – December 21, 2014
Administrative, Sales & Service Coordinator
An average day for me usually runs quite smooth as I compose and set all scheduled jobs 1 day prior to the set date and overall scheduling at least a month before. the hardest thing for me on a daily base is technician cooperation as well as attendance. Most enjoyable part of my job is when we are able to accomplish our daily and monthly targets which allows for inventive bearing.
lack of upper management, communication and follow through
Purchasing Mgr. At TCCI Mfg 2005-6 (Former Employee) – Decatur, IL – September 25, 2014
A family owned manufacturing company that cared about and listened to it's employees. Provided health insurance and 401k, vacation time and holidays off. I loved working there while it was owned by the original owners.
HVAC Installer (Former Employee) – Carson City, NV – September 19, 2014
An old union boss trained me for 5+ years. I learned to fabricate,install, and measure up any job before i was able to become a journeyman. It took me 4+ years.After a job with a different contractor for 35 hr, I was tested , and was accepted in the union.
Facility Maintenance Manager (Current Employee) – San Jose C.A. – August 12, 2013
My day starts at 7 am I am in the office ready to work, i follow up on work orders, any paperwork that needs to be done. AT 8am i conduct a meeting with staff for 30 minutes to communicate with everyone then i walk the field, two separate buildings keep me busy the whole day. I learned to communicate with several different departments that make the building operational on a day to day basics. I am part of management so i work closely with building managers, human resources, Fire and safety, environmental protective agency and security. I enjoy what i do therefore i get along with everybody.
Sales Engineer (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 15, 2013
CCSI was a commission only company. And I was the new guy. there was no assigned territory, so all the other reps said they were already calling on the contacts I knew. I wasn't about to step on anyone's toes, so I struggled. Then the economy went down. All the grant money for building new schools was gone. So business went down. They were good Christain people to work for. I can't say anything bad about the company.
receptionist/dispatcher (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 27, 2013
some days were busier than others there were quite a fe of down time hours where i would go clean out old accounts in the fileing room to make room for new ad reorganized and up dated it all. would call and make sure customers were going to be home before dispatching techs out. i learned a lot about the hvac industry. my management was great. co workers were all very hard workers. hardest part was trying to stay busy on the really slow days. i enjoyed my job loved being there everyday.
i learned that an office job is where i love working
Decent company to work for. Opportunity to make great money
HVAC Apprentice (Former Employee) – Glenwood Springs, CO – October 22, 2012
Typical day would be to get together with the journyman I was working with to see the materials to load for the day. I learned the HVAC trade from fabrication to installation. My co-workers were pretty constant and good people. Hardest part would have been the physical parts, from heavy lifting to being in a crawl space all day. The most enjoyable part was to see the finished product that I helped to create.
HVAC Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 15, 2012
When there is work you learn a lot of commercial equipment, change out compressors and troubleshoot equipment. The only problem is it is only me and the owner because it is a start up company so if there isn't any work there is no pay, but i can say I have learned some things I would not have got myself if I was not given an opportunity and a chance. I just feel I need to take my skills to the next level and put my brian to work on a daily bases.