Horizon Heating and Air Conditioning Joins HireVeterans.com!

Horizon is a VOSB / owner is former USAF – Dan Poeta and is hiring immediately!

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Horizon Heating and Air Conditioning is a heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, and power generator service provider located in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Their team of trained service professionals have extensive experience installing and servicing home and commercial heat systems, air conditioners, refrigeration systems and electric generators. Regardless of the project, Horizon Heating and Air Conditioning has quickly and professionally served the needs of Western North Carolina.

Currently Horizon is hiring for these select positions immediately:

HVAC lead installers – The HVAC installer position will be mostly in the commercial arena. Duct design and installation experience is preferred, knowledge of HVAC systems is required for the lead installer.


Administration / Office Asst. – They are looking for an administrative Assistant to be a receptionist and also schedule and dispatch repairmen.

Previous experience in scheduling and dispatching would be an attribute but they can work with you to train if necessary.

Starting pay is DOE, but wages are generally $15. an hour.

Click Here To View And Apply To All Of Horizon’s Available Positions!

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