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Clark Heating and Cooling blog

Clark Heat and Cool is a Phoenix, Arizona based HVAC specialty service company and this blog is to help keep their client, and prospective clients, up to date with changes in the HVAC industry.

Reducting your AC unit

It's no secret that Phoenix experiences severe weather in the summer, and your HVAC unit has to work hard to keep up. To make it easier on your unit, we offer whole-house re-ducting. This is where the home is evaluated for any air flow issues or "hot spots," such as that one room you have which never seems to cool down. Also, the ductwork is evalua...

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Maintaining Older Units

Since our company's motto is "AC With the Spirit of Aloha," one way we demonstrate this is through showing Aloha* to our world and being careful with resources. We understand that every dollar counts, and we offer solutions to maintain older HVAC units, rather than just recommending an upgrade or replacement.We provide our expert opinion on what ma...

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Airflow Eval & Reducting

It's no secret the Phoenix area experiences severe weather in summer, and your HVAC unit might have to really labor to keep your home cool. One solution to make it easier on your unit is to conduct a whole-house performance evaluation and determine if reducting is warranted. This is where the home is evaluated for any airflow issues or "hot spots,"...

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2nd Opinion Expertise

Have you ever received a quote for an expensive repair or new unit and declared, "There's no way I need a new unit already!" That's when you have that sinking feeling and think, "I wonder if I really need a new unit. But how can I be sure?"Clark Heating and Cooling is here to help! We will provide you with a full system evaluation and offer a relia...

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R-22 and You

r-22-refrigerant R-22 & You - are you ready for 2020? We are!

Have you heard the news? The refrigerant R-22 is banned, as of 2020!What does this mean for you?Will you need a new AC unit in 2020? Yes, it is true, the refrigerant R-22 will no longer be allowed to be produced, as of the year 2020.The EPA has determined R-22, which contains chlorine, is detrimental to the ozone layer in our atmosphere.They have m...

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New A/C Service Technician

Meet Ivan! Today we would like to introduce our newest service technician, Ivan! Ivan joined Clark Heating & Cooling in May of this year. He is extremely hardworking and personable, and we are happy to have him as part of the team! We would like to share a few "fun facts" about Ivan so that you can get to know him a little better. Join us for t...

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What kind of air filter should I buy?

What kind of air filter should I buy? Great question, because there are a lot of different types of filters out there. The right one for your A/C unit will depend on a few different things: 1. Budget (be careful here, low budget air filters may cost you in the long run)2. Environment, type of A/C unit3. Filter size4. Level of filtration required.WH...

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Pinterest-ing Your A/C Unit

By now, I think everyone has heard of Pinterest! This electronic pinboard site is incredibly popular and full of creative ideas, ranging from the latest cookie dough recipes (my favorite) to methods on how to upcycle your old toilet paper rolls (my LEAST favorite-nothing says classy like a toilet paper roll wreath on the front door). With all the i...

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Best of Winter Moments in the Valley of the Sun

Well, with the return of ninety degree weather, we can pretty much bid farewell to our short winter season here in the Valley. It did get cold for about two weeks around Christmas, right? At least that was a nice festive touch. Here are a few of our favorite moments from this year's winter season: Mild winters equal perfect days for new unit instal...

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It’s Time For Your Heater!

 It's winter in Phoenix! Finally, the daytime temperatures are reasonable, and you can wear boots and jackets at night! This also means you might be thinking about turning on your heater in the early morning or at night, just to take the chill off. Is there anything you need to do before turning it on? Heat It UP!​ Not really! Go ahead and cha...

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