HVAC Services in New City, NY
Clarkstown HVAC provides the most trusted services in the New City, NY area. We offer an array of products for your Rockland County 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.
New City is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Clarkstown in Rockland County, New York. A part of the New York Metropolitan Area, and a suburb of New York City, the hamlet is located 18 miles north of the city at its closest point to the Bronx. New City’s population was 33,559 at the 2010 census. New City is the county seat, and most populous community of Rockland County.
The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle the area. New City and Rockland County were both formed in 1798 when Rockland County was split from Orange County. The community got its name because the founding fathers envisioned a “new” city when forming the new county seat. In its early days, the downtown consisted mainly of small retail shops in what was mostly an agricultural area. There was also a county fairgrounds and racetrack located on the Route 304 and Congers Road intersection. New City remained rural in character until the 1950s post-World War II suburbia, with the opening of the Tappan Zee Bridge and Palisades Interstate Parkway making travel between New York City and Rockland County faster and easier. Many former New York City residents migrated to Rockland County, transforming New City from a quiet, rural community to a busy, populated suburb of New York City.
Local attractions include Dellwood Country Club (now Paramount Country Club) which hosts The Kennedy Funding Invitational, an unofficial tennis tournament that raises money for breast cancer research; and Dutch Garden, designed by Mary Horgan Mowbray-Clarke, a West Nyack native, in 1933–34 as memorial to the county’s early settlers, which won “Garden of the Year” from Better Home and Gardens magazine in 1935. Master craftsman Biaglo Gugliuzzo of Garnerville created walks and latticed walls of Haverstraw brick. Over the years, it served as a site for weddings and for concerts. It is now a county park with a beautiful display of flowering bulbs each spring.
Residents of New City find it necessary to have access to cooling and heating systems. The location of New City 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.