Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning

Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning
Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning offers Furnace Repair services in St Louis MO.

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Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Louis, Missouri is 36 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning shared St. Louis Post-Dispatch's post.
A great article exploring the opportunities outside a traditional 4 year degree. Consider a trade for job security and great pay. #HVAC #WhatACoolCareer
Contrary to the common belief that everyone must go to college, a recent study from Georgetown University comes up with a surprising finding: There are still 30 million good jobs that don’t require a college bachelor’s degree, and people in them earn an average of $55,000 a year.
There are still 30 million good jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree, paying an average of $55,000 a year.

HVAC 101- 6 year old filters will create problems

Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning shared Mike Rowe's video.
The employment gap in the trades is getting critical. Great careers are waiting! Don't settle for the standard 4 year degree and the debt that follows if you know it's not right for you!
Hey Mike – The President is addressing the country right now on infrastructure. What would you like to hear him say? Tim Fergus Hi Tim - I’d like Donald J. Trump to acknowledge that the existence of opportunity is not enough to “get people working.” There’s a powerful but false assumption that gets reinforced every day by politicians who presuppose the act of “bringing back our jobs” and “creating new opportunities” will eliminate unemployment. Obviously, more opportunity is never bad, but this idea that opportunity is currently dead in America has to be vigorously debunked. I’ve met with dozens of companies in the last few months who say the lack of a skilled workforce is now their primary concern. This lack of skill – combined in many cases with a lack of will – has lead us to the most recent BLS figures, which indicate the existence of 6 million vacant positions. That’s a stunning statistic, and what it says about our country is fundamentally unflattering. Beyond the politics (and the math) surrounding a trillion-dollar infrastructure investment, I think we’d be foolish to proceed as though a skilled workforce is standing by to leap into action and fill thousands of pending positions. From what I’m hearing, many of these jobs the president is talking about creating, already exist. If we can’t fill those, how will we fill the new ones? Whatever the president does regarding infrastructure, one things for sure – something will have to be done that affirmatively challenges the prevailing definition of a “good job.” Shovel-ready jobs only resonate with a county that values skilled labor. Moreover, we have to push back hard against the idea that the most expensive form of education is the best path for the most people. It’s not, and it seems to me the student loan crisis and the infrastructure crisis are not unrelated. In other words, I'd like to hear this president say the same thing I wanted to hear the last president say. The same thing I've been saying for the last ten years... Mike

Kirkwood Heating & Air Conditioning shared Fox2Now's video.
The shortage of quality technicians is very real in STL as well as the rest of the country. A great career is waiting for those willing to grab it!
Hollywood's portrayal of blue-collar workers is all wrong. -- Mike Rowe Want more clips like this? Follow ATTN: Video on Facebook

This finally made its way through the ductwork and was caught by the filter from 30+ years ago. It's from 7 years before the current homeowners even moved in 😂😂😂