SpeedClean Highlights Women in the HVACR Industry During Women’s History Month
As we celebrate Women’s History Month in March, SpeedClean is highlighting conversations with women in the HVACR industry on its blog. A leader in innovative maintenance solutions, SpeedClean spoke with the women about how they got started in the business, challenges they face being a women in HVACR, and advice they have for other women interested in getting into the field.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, women make up less than 2 percent of the heating, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics and installers workforce. Looking at the workforce across all industries, a 2015 report from the U.S. Department of Labor states that 46.8 percent of U.S. workers are women.
“In an industry that is already facing a labor shortage, it’s important that we are taking the steps to encourage women in the skilled trades,” said Danielle Vinci, marketing manager at SpeedClean. “There is a great mount of support among women in the HVAC community and Women’s History Month is a time to acknowledge these women and show that it doesn’t have to be a male-dominated industry.”
The blogs will be posted on SpeedClean’s website at https://www.speedclean.com/news/. You can also find more information on SpeedClean’s products, including coil cleaning, mini-split and dry steam cleaning solutions.
SpeedClean and HVAC School are proud supporters of women in the trades, and we’d like to not only use March as a month for highlighting women in the field, but are taking steps and measures to ensure that women everywhere who choose a career in the HVACR Industry will find they have support and encouragement from our teams.
SpeedClean, LLC manufactures and markets industry leading maintenance tools for the residential and light commercial HVAC maintenance professional. Our products provide contractors with quick and efficient solutions to unique maintenance problems, including cleaning coils, descaling tankless hot water systems, cleaning chiller, heat exchanger tubes and more. Visit www.speedclean.com for more information.