HVAC Services in Bergen County, NJ
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Clarkstown HVAC provides the most trusted services in the Bergen County, NJ area. We offer an array of products for your Bergen County, NJ home and our NATE certified technicians are ready to install, perform maintenance, or repair all your heating and cooling needs. We provide the products and services to keep your family comfortable and save you on your energy bills.
Bergen County is the most populous county in the state of New Jersey. As of the 2019 Census estimate, the county’s population was 932,202. Bergen County is divided into 70 municipalities, but has no large cities. Hackensack is the county seat and its most populous place, with 43,010 residents at the time of the 2010 census. Mahwah covers the largest area of any municipality, at about 26 square miles. Located in the northeastern corner of New Jersey known as the Gateway Region, Bergen County is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area, and it is directly across the Hudson River from Manhattan. The George Washington Bridge was completed in 1931, linking Fort Lee to Manhattan. This connection prompted rapid development in the post-World War II era, developing much of the county into suburbs.
Bergen County enforces one of the last remaining blue laws in the US that covers most retail sales, other than food and gasoline (and other limited items), rendering one of the largest, most popular commercial shopping hubs of the New York metropolitan area almost completely closed on Sundays. Repeated attempts by voters to reject the blue laws have failed, largely due to a desire by many residents to have some peace and quiet, and less traffic, for one day of the week. The town of Paramus, where most of the county’s largest shopping malls are located, along Route 4 and Route 17, which are jam-packed most Saturdays, has instated its own blue laws that are even more restrictive than those enforced by Bergen County, banning all “”worldly employment”” on Sundays, including white collar workers in office buildings. Despite these strict blue laws, Paramus (07652) has become the top retail ZIP Code in the US, generating over $6 billion in annual retail sales. These local blue laws in Paramus were first proposed in 1957, while the Bergen Mall and Garden State Plaza were under construction, motivated by fears that the already heavy traffic caused by local retail businesses along the highways would become even more congested with the addition of 2 new malls, and in order to protect one day a week on which the roads would be less congested.
In addition to being a shopping destination, Bergen County has more than 9,000 acres of parks, five world-class golf courses, a nationally accredited zoo, horseback riding, an environmental center, nine historic sites, and nearly 200 arts and history organizations as well as MetLife Stadium and the Meadowlands, home to the Giants, the Jets, horse-racing, and a wide variety of concerts and entertainment.
Residents of Bergen County find it necessary to have access to cooling and heating systems. The location of Bergen County in the northeastern United States means it is susceptible to frigid temperatures during the winter seasons and warm temperatures during the summer seasons. When properly installed by professional HVAC technicians, central air conditioning units and heat pumps keep New City residents comfortable in their homes all year.