Compare H.V.A.C. Technical vs Commercial Express HVAC BETA

See how Commercial Express HVAC vs. H.V.A.C. Technical compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 6 reviews)
(based on 1 reviews)
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Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
H.V.A.C. Technical Ceo Larry Love
38%Larry Love
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N/A0 Ratings
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review
"Busy Place"Aug 14, 2018

Current Employee - Sheet Metal Mechanic

I have been working at H.V.A.C. Technical full-time for more than 3 years


Pay is good and overtime is available.


no health insurance offered to employees

Advice to Management

Get health insurance

"Smoke in Mirrors"Dec 27, 2014

Service Technician

I worked at Commercial Express HVAC


This is a very professional place to work, if you are a tradesman looking to work somewhere that has a good image this is the place for you . They keep all of their vehicles in extremely good... condition, expect that they are kept clean at all times very organized and have great processes in place that makes it easy to do your job. There is plenty of work in preventive maintenance for their technicians which keeps them busy all year. The pay there is competitive .


Although professionalism has an appeal there is the nuts and bolts factor that cant be taken away from repairing Air Conditioning and Heating equipment . You will hear a lot of high praise given to... certain select mentors in the company and when you get a chance to work with them you may be disappointed to find that there knowledge and skill level Is fundamental at best. The environment has a cult culture and they will love bomb you on the way in the door and praise you when they need you for a special project or in the middle of the summer but beware if they think badly of you there isn't a chance you will find out there is no communication. The company is growing and recently went through a management change which has shook there core they no longer carry the same value system which they preach . They are a numbers based company are looking for the quick dollar just like most companies . If you are looking for a review or maybe some performance based feedback good luck on getting any use full information. What you can expect is a junior mechanic(Supervisor) who is threatened by talent to write a two or three page letter which will hasten your exit but of course you will never get the privilege of reading or ever no if there was an issue that may need resolved and for some professionals feed back would be important for their growth. If you have a phone issue be prepared to come out of pocket for the repair or replacement costs they refuse to make any type of insurance claims and there phones run around $ 600.00 for replacement.It is also well known if you are hurt on the job they will pay for it out of pocket so you wont have to bother making an insurance claim .

Advice to Management

Be honest with new hires about what is expected . This is not a lifestyle or a community . It is just like any other place to work . Keep it professional and straight forward .

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