HVAC Engineer Salary Report (2015)

Using Indeed.com national data we ranked HVAC Engineer salaries from the Top 100 US cities. Based on this data, HVAC Engineers from San Jose, California had the highest annual salary, earning $105,000.  Lubbock, Texas, had the lowest average salary of $47,000.  Overall, the average salary for all HVAC Engineers was $74,000.

2015 HVAC Engineer Salary Report

Indeed.com also reported that Senior HVAC Engineers earned $93,000 which is 26% higher than the average HVAC Engineer salary. If your city is not listed in our report, use this link to get your salary data from Indeed.com.

CityStateAverage Salary
San JoseCalifornia$105,000
FremontCalifornia$104,000
New YorkNew York$101,000
NewarkNew Jersey$101,000
Jersey CityNew Jersey$101,000
San FranciscoCalifornia$100,000
OaklandCalifornia$99,000
WashingtonDistrict of Columbia$93,000
BostonMassachusetts$93,000
AtlantaGeorgia$93,000
ChicagoIllinois$89,000
HoustonTexas$84,000
Los AngelesCalifornia$80,000
CharlotteNorth Carolina$80,000
SeattleWashington$80,000
Long BeachCalifornia$79,000
PhiladelphiaPennsylvania$78,000
BaltimoreMaryland$78,000
GarlandTexas$78,000
DetroitMichigan$77,000
SacramentoCalifornia$77,000
AnaheimCalifornia$77,000
DallasTexas$76,000
ArlingtonTexas$76,000
Santa AnaCalifornia$76,000
PlanoTexas$76,000
San DiegoCalifornia$75,000
St. LouisMissouri$75,000
Chula VistaCalifornia$75,000
RichmondVirginia$75,000
IrvingTexas$74,000
ColumbusOhio$72,000
PortlandOregon$72,000
IrvineCalifornia$72,000
DenverColorado$71,000
RaleighNorth Carolina$71,000
MiamiFlorida$71,000
AuroraColorado$71,000
RiversideCalifornia$71,000
DurhamNorth Carolina$71,000
HialeahFlorida$71,000
AustinTexas$70,000
CincinnatiOhio$70,000
JacksonvilleFlorida$69,000
NashvilleTennessee$69,000
Kansas CityMissouri$69,000
Fort WorthTexas$68,000
FresnoCalifornia$68,000
StocktonCalifornia$68,000
San AntonioTexas$67,000
MemphisTennessee$67,000
MilwaukeeWisconsin$67,000
GreensboroNorth Carolina$67,000
TulsaOklahoma$66,000
ClevelandOhio$66,000
WichitaKansas$66,000
New OrleansLouisiana$66,000
OrlandoFlorida$66,000
MadisonWisconsin$66,000
MinneapolisMinnesota$65,000
Saint PaulMinnesota$65,000
IndianapolisIndiana$64,000
Oklahoma CityOklahoma$64,000
TampaFlorida$64,000
PittsburghPennsylvania$64,000
ToledoOhio$64,000
St. PetersburgFlorida$64,000
Baton RougeLouisiana$64,000
San BernardinoCalifornia$64,000
TucsonArizona$63,000
MesaArizona$63,000
BakersfieldCalifornia$63,000
BuffaloNew York$63,000
ChandlerArizona$63,000
GilbertArizona$63,000
PhoenixArizona$62,000
Fort WayneIndiana$62,000
GlendaleArizona$62,000
ScottsdaleArizona$62,000
Winston–SalemNorth Carolina$61,000
El PasoTexas$60,000
Las VegasNevada$60,000
HendersonNevada$60,000
RenoNevada$60,000
North Las VegasNevada$60,000
AlbuquerqueNew Mexico$59,000
LouisvilleKentucky$58,000
Colorado SpringsColorado$58,000
OmahaNebraska$58,000
AnchorageAlaska$57,000
NorfolkVirginia$56,000
ChesapeakeVirginia$56,000
Virginia BeachVirginia$55,000
LexingtonKentucky$55,000
Corpus ChristiTexas$52,000
HonoluluHawaii$51,000
BoiseIdaho$51,000
LincolnNebraska$49,000
LaredoTexas$47,000
LubbockTexas$47,000

HVAC Engineer salary data provided by Indeed.com is in US dollars as of March 17, 2015. Indeed Salary Search is based on an index of salary information extracted from over 50 million job postings from thousands of unique sources over the last 12 months. To compare salaries of other HVAC professionals, see our recent post on HVAC Technician salaries and HVAC Mechanic Salaries as well.

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