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“V” Is For Virtuosity: Here’s What It Takes to Be a Great HVAC Technician

With over 20 years in the HVAC industry and known for being a professional, reliable, and honest company, we know a thing or two about how to be a great HVAC technician—and we want to pass that knowledge on to you. The team at Clay’s Climate Control have come up with three things that will take you from being a good HVAC technician to a great one, so you can get the success you deserve

Stay Up-to-Date on the Hottest Trends

Knowledge is power, and when you’re up-to-date on the latest safety practices and techniques, then you’ll be one step closer to being a great HVAC technician. Whether you conduct your own research in your free time, participate in workshops or acquire new certifications, you’ll be taking the steps you need to in order to be the most successful technician you can be. Plus, when you know the latest practices and techniques, you can be sure that you’re staying safe at jobs, and your customers can be confident that they’re getting the best HVAC service.

Drill Down on Details

Just like in any career, how you deal with the details of a project is what makes a person good at their job or exceptional at their job. In order to do a high-quality job and provide exceptional service, it’s important to remember it’s all in the details, so be sure to do the following:

  • Go through each and every part of a procedure—no skipping a step!
  • Catch the smallest of details and address them
  • Record details from every visit and keep them on file for that client

By being detail-oriented, you’ll be able to do the best job possible and provide high-quality service to all of your customers.

Power Up Communication Skills and Customer Service

When it comes to being a great HVAC technician, your expertise and qualifications are one part of the equation, but how you talk to and treat your customers is the other—and to do this well, communication and customer service need to go hand in hand. Not only do you need to personable and polite, but you also need to be able to effectively communicate what needs to be done without using too much technical jargon. Additionally, each customer should feel like they’re your #1 priority (no matter how many client’s you’re working with) so it’s important to quickly address any questions or concerns they may have.

Whether you’re looking to join an HVAC team where you can take your skills to the next level, or you’re a homeowner looking for the best HVAC company in southern New Jersey, look no further than Clay’s Climate Control! From job inquiries to scheduling an HVAC appointment, contact us today.


Women, Ignite: Here’s Why Women Should Work in HVAC

Girlbosses, SheEOs, Boss Ladies—there’s no denying that the future is bright for women, but it’s especially bright in the HVAC industry. With a serious demand for new technicians, a solid starting salary, and a wide variety of career tracks to choose from, the HVAC industry is looking more and more attractive every year. At Clay’s Climate Control, we know how rewarding and lucrative an HVAC career is, so here are three reasons why women should work in HVAC.

Like a Good Bra, This Industry is Secure

Back in 2015, the national labor force consisted of 57% women—of which only 1.7% were working in HVAC. But because of increasing retirement rates, the HVAC industry is in dire need of technicians—115,000 by 2022, to be exact—making women a hot commodity and presenting a situation that they should be ready to take advantage of. Plus, with a reported average salary of $47,610 a year, women can break the glass ceiling and start out making some serious dough.

With Countless Opportunities, Women Can Choose the Path They Want

Gone are the days of being stuck in one career path—with HVAC, women can start out on one path and transition into a new one. From becoming a service technician to taking ownership of a family-operated business, working as an installation mechanic to start their own business, the career opportunities in HVAC are endless.

There’s Movement Towards a Bright Future

Unlike many industries these days, the HVAC industry is actually growing at an extremely fast rate—and by “extremely fast,” we mean that it’s expected to reach $120 billion by 2022. Thankfully, the percentage of women working in HVAC is also growing, putting them in high-demand for hiring. So whether you’re a woman looking to work as an HVAC distributor, engineer, office manager, salesperson, or technician (or countless other areas), your future looks bright.

Are you interested in starting a career in HVAC? Here at Clay’s Climate Control, we’re always on the lookout for friendly and skilled technicians to join our team. And because we provide weekly trainings for our team, your already desirable skillset can continue to grow. Contact us to learn more or apply for a spot on our team today!

HVAC indoor air quality

4 Natural Ways to Supplement Your Air Purifier System

As a family-owned company, we want your home to have the best indoor air quality, so you and your loved ones can breathe healthy air. While our air cleaner, air purifier, humidifier and dehumidifier products will remove dust, particulates, and contaminants—and give you healthy air—these 4 natural products are a great way to complement our indoor air quality products!

Himalayan Salt Lamps—The Only Time It’s Good to Be Salty

Loaded up with 84 different minerals, pink Himalayan salt is believed to have powerful health benefits, all of which are released into the air when this lamp is turned on. Once heated, this lamp will release ions into the air, neutralizing pollutants and leaving you with cleaner air. Plus, the mellow glow that this lamp gives off will make for a perfect night light, for you or your kids!

Beeswax Candles Are Something to Buzz About

Candles have a way of creating a mellow environment, but because paraffin candles are made from petroleum, these types of candles aren’t benefiting the air you breathe. If you want to improve your home’s air quality, it’s best to opt for beeswax candles. Similar to pink Himalayan salt lamps, these candles emit negative ions into the air and remove allergens such as dust and dander, making them a great natural option for those suffering from asthma or allergies.

Don’t Say “Boo” to Bamboo Charcoal—Say “Yay!”

If you use a water purifier, then you know the power of charcoal! Just like your water filters—which are filled with charcoal—remove toxins from the water you drink, bamboo charcoal will do the same thing for your home’s air. Thanks to Moso air purifying bags, you can easily incorporate the powerful effects of charcoal into your home. Simply set up the bag, turn on your air purifier, and this dynamic duo will remove bacteria, absorb moisture, and prevent mold—and that’s something to breathe easy about.

Help Healthy Air Quality Flourish With Houseplants

Remember in science class when you learned how plants capture carbon dioxide and release clean oxygen? Well, certain plants also have the power to capture other toxic substances, such as benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. However, all plants aren’t created equally, so to improve your air quality the most, it’s best to incorporate Bamboo Palm, Boston Fern, Golden Pothos, Lady Palm, and Peace Lily plants into your home’s decor.

Are you ready to stop breathing in dust, contaminants, and pollutants and start breathing in clean and healthy air? From relieving congestion to alleviating asthma symptoms, our indoor air quality products can help improve your home’s air quality AND your health. Contact us today to schedule an indoor air quality product installation!