Aaron’s growing business now offers plumbing services

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AFTER providing the Canberra region with quality and reliable electrical services for about three years, Clark Electrical and Air Conditioning has expanded, and now offers plumbing services too.

Owner Aaron Clark, who has been an electrician for almost 30 years, says the business is now a “one-stop-shop”.

Aaron, and his team of nine experienced tradespeople, service the whole Canberra region, helping with problems such as toilets, drains, gutter work, LED lighting, or switchboard upgrades.

“Our airconditioning department can meet all your heating and cooling needs, especially if you are looking to upgrade your gas system to electric, which is cheaper to run and can incorporate with solar,”
says Aaron.

He says the showroom in Mitchell is open for people to visit and see products on display such as wifi airconditioning systems, which allow users to operate them remotely.

“It’s a great feature for people wanting to turn on their airconditioning before they get home, or switch it off if they forget to,” says Aaron.   

Clark Electrical and Air Conditioning, 5/12 Sandford Street, Mitchell.
Call 1300 230462 or visit clarkelectricalservices.com.au

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