Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technicians are in demand these days. Imagine almost all houses have HVAC units. If something goes wrong, no one else to call than the HVAC technicians. As HVAC technician, you need to have skill, experience and the right tools to be successful.

HVAC technicians must have different sets of tools at their disposal on a regular basis. It is crucial that you choose the right items that are sturdy so it can last a long time. You need reliable tools for service calls, installations and routine maintenance of air and heating units. Here are the HVAC tools you should secure:

Hand tools
There are different types of hand tools that you need. Here are some:
A. Hammer: Hammer should be present in a classic tool belt. Hammers have different applications. Choose a lightweight hammer with good grip. To see it quickly, select yellow coloring.
B. Screwdrivers: The toolkit will never be complete without the screwdrivers. Screwdrivers are an easy way to tighten and loosen all sizes of screws. Choose screwdrivers that are durable with good blade tips. The blade tip is important for maximum turning.
C. Pliers: Pliers should also be considered especially when cutting wires. There are different plier sizes. Just make sure to get the set.
D. Tape measure: Tape measures can be used to measure the ductwork or space furnace, vents, and other air conditioner items. Tape measures should be sturdy and precise.
E. Wire stripper: HVAC technicians often strip wires and reconnecting it. Instead of using a knife to peel the wire, wire strippers are efficient.
F. Pipe wrench: Pipe wrench is a plumbing tool but HVAC technicians can also consider it. The pipe wrench offers different sizes. If you are repairing a furnace, you need to bring the wrench to remove or re-attach pipes.

Specialty tools
Aside from hand tools, HVAC technicians should also invest in specialty tools like:
A. Multimeter: This is a simple tool but it can save the lives. It can protect you from being electrocuted. A multimeter will check the electrical current and establish if there is a presence of voltage.
B. Thermometer: This is used to check the temperature. The temperature will establish if a refrigerant needs to be supplemented.
C. Cordless drill: Cordless drill is lightweight. There will be times that HVAC technicians need to drill a hole. It needs to be cordless so they can go anywhere with it.
D. Sawzall: Sawzall is used to cut through materials like condensers, sheet metal, drywall, wood, and pipes. It can cut things quickly and meticulously.
E. Manifold gauge: The manifold gauge is perhaps the best friend of HVAC technicians. It is used to determine if there are leaks present. Aside from that, it can also be sued to charge air conditioner or remove a refrigerant.
F. Tubing cutter: To cut pipes efficiently, HVAC technicians use a tubing cutter. It can also cut different materials.

HVAC technicians also need other tools for ductworks like a staple gun, hand seamers, crimpers tin snips. Remember that tools are an investment.