For more information:

 

Indianapolis - Jason Benson

2828 E. 45th St. Indianapolis, IN 46205,

(800) 835-4531,

jbenson@smwlocal20.org,

www.smw20training.com

 

Portage - Jason Benson

6450 Ameriplex Drive Portage, IN 46368,

(219) 764-1900,  

jbenson@smwlocal20.org,

www.smw20training.com

 

South Bend - Jason Benson

2605 S. Main St. S.Bend, IN 46615,

(574) 288-7175,

jbenson@smwlocal20.org,

www.smw20training.com

Fort Wayne - Jason Benson

3019 Waynewood Dr. Ft. Wayne, IN 46889,

(260) 478-1614,

jbenson@smwlocal20.org,

www.smw20training.com

 

Evansville - Jason Benson

1301 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 47710,

(812) 424-2283,

jbenson@smwlocal20.org,

www.smw20training.com

What does a Sheet Metal Worker do?

Sheet metal workers make, install, and maintain heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) duct systems in both residential and commercial applications; metal and copper roofs; metal siding; rain gutters; downspouts; stainless steel kitchen equipment; heavy iron industrial systems and many other products made from all types of metals. Although most workers specialize in fabrication, installation or maintenance, some do all three jobs.

In addition, sheet metal workers specialize in testing, balancing, adjusting, and servicing existing air-conditioning and ventilation systems to make sure they are functioning properly and to improve their energy efficiency. Properly installed duct systems are a key component to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, which causes duct installers to sometimes be referred to as HVAC technicians. Many sheet metal workers work as detailers drawing the mechanical systems for a project using the latest computer aided drawing programs.

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