LINWOOD, N.J. — Clay’s Climate Control, a provider of HVAC services, is commemorating its 21st anniversary this month by expanding their service area for the first time. The expansion includes all of Atlantic County, Southern Ocean County (up to Tuckerton), and Cape May County Shore (down to Cape May).
Clay and Jen Pierce founded the company in 2001 with the mission to provide excellent customer service and quality work. Their services include everything from heating and air conditioning to indoor air quality and generator installations.
They attribute a large part of their success to their in-house training program for their technicians. Early on, the co-founder duo realized that creating a learning and development program would benefit both their employees and serve as a catalyst for the growth of their business and the trades. Clay’s Climate Control provides a six-week paid on-the-job training for their new employees along with a tool allowance and continued education and growth opportunities. Employees are valued and receive training and benefits, as well as a work culture centered on their core values: quality, teamwork, enthusiasm, communication, and honesty and integrity.
“We have built a successful business over the past 21 years and have seen the interest in expanding our service area for quite some time now,” said Co-founder of Clay’s Climate Control, Jen Pierce. “We are thrilled to be able to now service all of the beach towns of Southern New Jersey!”
Giving back to the community that has supported them for the last 21 years has always been a priority for the family-owned business. Clay’s Climate Control is a supporter of the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of the Atlantic and Cape May Counties.
“We have been supporting CASA for the past seven years, and for every 3C Club membership renewal, we make a donation,” said Co-founder of Clay’s Climate Control, Clay Pierce. In total, Clay’s Climate Control has donated over $23,500 since 2015 to assist CASA’s mission to allow children in foster care to receive the advocacy they need.
Clay’s also supports several non-profit organizations, including The Community Food Bank of New Jersey, local sports teams, Jewish Family Services, the Boys and Girls Club, and Mainland Regional High School.