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Contact the place where you will take the exam. They can tell you how much it will cost. Good luck.

Always know what you want.

Contact the place where you will take the exam. They can tell you how much it will cost. Good luck.

Always know what you want.

VVV-check with your local community college for class to certification costs.  I know in NC you have to have a license and there is a nominal charge for that as well.  It's a great field, if you're in the south you should always have a good career in AC.  Good luck.

Pumping gas ain't as much fun as it used to be.

I agree. Contact your local community college to find out about costs.  After you get certification, you search for HVAC jobs through this site.

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