Ignite Your Career In the Sheet Metal and HVAC Industry

Creative & fast-paced | Great salaries & benefits | In-demand skills | Excellent Career Opportunities

The Sheet Metal Industry Is so much more than what meets the eye...

Whether you’re a recent grad, or looking for your next career move, the sheet metal industry has an opportunity for you.

As essential businesses, companies in the HVAC and sheet metal industries hire thousands of men and women each year for skilled trade, contractor and management level office positions across the country. Explore the many sectors and career paths that can ignite your career, today!



Not only is this the coolest job I have ever had, but it was a huge game changer for me and my family. I’m extremely grateful to be where I am at in life today.

Charissa Shubert

Architectural Panel Foreman at

General Sheet Metal

Sheet Metal & HVAC Industry Testimonial: Charissa, Foreman
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industry job growth projected by 2030 (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
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salary for a project engineer with as little as 3 years of experience
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6 figure + salaries for management positions such as CEO

It pays to be In Demand

Sheet metal fabrication is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, playing a major role in manufacturing and construction. And employers in all sectors of sheet metal are eager to hire essential workers – whether you have a degree or are seeking on-the-job training through a paid apprenticeship, you’re certain to find a rewarding, well-paying career.

What does a Sheet Metal Worker Do?

Sheet metal is a highly desirable trade both for its unique skill sets and its earning potential. Sheet metal contractors are the only trade that takes raw materials and fabricates what they install. From the HVAC systems that make the temperature in your homes comfortable, to safe healthcare, commercial and industry ventilation systems, to the striking exteriors of stadiums and office buildings, the finished products produced by career sheet metal workers touch every one, each and every day.