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Montgomery Air Conditioning & Plumbing Contractor Serving The River Region

At Clark Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we believe that your family deserves the best, and we’re here to deliver on our promise. Offering customers excellent value, quality and reliability is where we excel. We have a friendly, knowledgeable staff, and we provide the most advanced training to all of our technicians. This is all part of our commitment to our customers and our dedication to ensuring your comfort.

Customer-Focused Service

Customer service is our top priority. That’s why we offer prompt appointment scheduling, high-quality products and comprehensive warranties that guarantee all workmanship, replacement parts and new equipment. Our experts are familiar with the local climate and its unique heating and cooling requirements. Whatever services or products we’re providing, we’re dedicated to offering each customer a customized solution designed especially for their unique needs.

Don’t settle for anything less than the best. Call our office today to book a service call that fits your busy schedule. We’ll arrive on time and complete any necessary repairs or adjustments on the spot.

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HVAC Maintenance for Fall: What Your Expert Should Do

Fall weather is right around the corner, and preparing your heating system for winter is a task that ‘s best performed well before you need to turn it on. Preventive HVAC maintenance saves you money on energy costs, extends the life of your system, prevents common problems and reduces energy consumption to lower your carbon footprint.
It’ s always a good idea to hire only skilled technicians from

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Don’t Believe the Hype — These 4 Energy Savings Myths Could Be Losing You Money

Summer is a great time for sharing gossip over the fence or around the fire pit. If you ‘ve heard any of these energy savings myths, though, you need to be careful to avoid them.

Myth #1: Ceiling fans cool your house. Ceiling fans cool skin, not objects. As moving air moves across perspiring skin, sweat evaporates and you feel cool. Ceiling fans actually add a slight amount of heat to a room. When you leave the room, turn off the fan.
Myth #2: To speed up cooling, turn the thermostat down more. If you arrive home to find your house is a sweltering 95 degrees, cranking the thermostat to 58 degrees will cool your home no faster than keeping it at 76 degrees. Unless you have a variable-speed air handler, air conditioning cools at one rate and the air handler fan operates at one speed.
Myth #3: Save money by turning the air conditioner off. Don’ t turn off the A/C when the house is empty. Central A/C

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