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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.

Meet The Clark Heating & Cooling Team

clark teamWe would like to introduce our other employees today, Noelle Clark and Michael Bukarev, as well as the rest of our part-time team.

Meet Our Team: In the Office

Noelle Clark is the office manager of Clark Heating & Cooling, and takes care of the day-to-day paperwork and other general office duties.  As you may have guessed, she is married to David Clark! Noelle grew up in southern Arizona and moved to Phoenix in order to attend college.  She graduated from Arizona Christian University with a degree in Business Management, and immediately went to work for Citigroup just before the real estate crash and the following economic recession.  She was able to travel as part of her job responsibilities, but soon realized that corporate life was not for her.  Noelle was always interested in the field of higher education, and joined Grand Canyon University in the Student Services department.  She was employed at GCU for almost four years, and during this time, earned a Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies.  She had a different career path in mind initially, but after Clark Heating & Cooling was founded, the company’s invoicing and billing responsibilities soon became a part-time job.  In April 2013, Noelle officially joined Clark Heating & Cooling.  She enjoys being self-employed, and can say she is using her business degree every day!

In the Field

Mike Bukarev is the lead installer at Clark Heating & Cooling.  He was born and raised in Australia, and like Dave, wanted a change from his birthplace’s traditional pace of life.  He moved to Phoenix eight years ago, and went right into the air conditioning business, working for one of the Valley’s “big-name” air conditioning companies.  Mike was employed with this company for over seven years, and after building a working relationship with David, he was able to join Clark Heating & Cooling full-time in 2014.  Mike is one of the few people who doesn't mind crawling through attics and running ductwork.  He enjoys being out in the field every day, getting to know the customers, and seeing a project through from start to finish.  He takes great pride in his work and enjoys the end result of making homeowners or business owners happy.  During his spare time, Mike enjoys watching football and doing his own home remodeling projects.

Next, we would like to introduce our part time employees:  Ron is an air conditioning service technician with over thirty years of experience in the field.   If your A/C goes out and you need a quick repair, you may have the opportunity to meet him, as he works in the service department and is Dave’s general back-up for residential calls.  Even though Ron has been working for a long time, he still loves the air conditioning trade and loves talking with customers.  You may also see Jon or Garth, our skilled laborers who are enlisted at times to help on a duct work or installation job.  These two are college-aged guys who enjoy honing their construction skills and occasionally getting to use interesting tools like a sheet metal hole-punch!

Honorary Team Member

Shadow | Clark Heating & Cooling Team
Last but not least, meet Shadow the golden retriever, Clark Heating & Cooling’s unofficial mascot!  He specializes in guarding tennis balls and keeping the office manager company.  He does not like climbing ladders, so you won’t see him on the job site, but he does make appearances on our Instagram account!

Next time you see one of our team members on the job, please feel free to say hello!  We are always happy to talk with our customers and learn more about you as well!

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