Gas Appliance Servicer Salary in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Average Salary for Gas Appliance Servicer in Raleigh, North Carolina

The average salary of a(n) Gas Appliance Servicer in Raleigh, North Carolina is $33,491.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Gas Appliance Servicer in Raleigh, North Carolina is $16.10.

The average bonus of a(n) Gas Appliance Servicer in Raleigh, North Carolina is $452.00.

Job Description:

Installs and repairs gas meters, regulators, ranges, heaters, and refrigerators in customer's establishment, using manometer, voltmeter, handtools, and pipe-threading tools: measures, cuts, and threads pipe and connects it to feeder line and equipment or appliance, using rule, pipe cutter, threader, and wrench. Tests and examines pipelines and equipment to locate leaks and faulty pipe connections and to determine pressure and flow of gas, using manometer, voltmeter, combustible gas indicator, and soap lather. Dismantles meters and regulators, and replaces defective pipes, thermocouples, thermostats, valves, and indicator spindles, using handtools. May assemble new or reconditioned appliances. May collect for monthly bills or overdue payments. May be designated according to appliance serviced as gas-refrigerator servicer; gas-stove servicer. Less

Installs and repairs gas meters, regulators, ranges, heaters, and refrigerators in customer's establishment, using manometer, voltmeter, handtools, and pipe-threading tools: measures, cuts, and threads pipe and connects it to feeder line and equipment or appliance, using rule, pipe cutter, threader,... More

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