HVAC Install Technician

Modern Comfort Systems

Position Overview

We are currently seeking experienced HVAC install technicians to join our team at our Westminster location. A good fit for motivated individuals with install experience, customer relations skills and a teamwork mentality, as well as an understanding of the importance of providing excellent customer service.


  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience preferred (oil, gas, air conditioning, ductless), but will consider other applications
  • Clean driving record
  • Good customer relations skills
  • Proven success in system installations


  • Quality installation of furnace, boiler, heat pump, air conditioning and ductless systems
  • Using judgment and decision-making skills when considering potential action
  • Actively listening to customers and team members who are giving information
  • Critically thinking, using logic and reasoning to identify solutions, conclusions and approaches to problems


  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life/AD&D
  • Profit Sharing/401(k)
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Sales Commissions
  • Company vehicle and uniforms
  • Tool Allowance
  • Excellent pay based on work experience

About us

  • Modern Comfort Systems, Inc. located in Westminster, MD is a successful heating and air conditioning company serving customers in Carroll, Baltimore, Howard, and Frederick counties in Maryland and southern Pennsylvania.Tevis is committed to offering a drug-free work environment

    How to apply

    Please send resume and salary/compensation history from your past two positions.



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    Fax Resume

    Fax your resume or application to (410) 876-6714.

    Mail Resume

    Mail your resume or application to PO Box 26 Westminster, MD 21158.

To apply for this job email your details to jeby@tevisoil.com

2018-12-04T08:42:20+00:00September 11th, 2018|

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