A/C Parts Warehouse

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A/C Parts Warehouse
A/C Parts Warehouse is listed in the Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment & Supplies category in Rockwall, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for A/C Parts Warehouse which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of A/C Parts Warehouse on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 65.

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2012 Industrial Blvd
Rockwall, TX 75087
(972) 772-5502

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A/C Parts Warehouse has an overall ZapScore of 65. This means that A/C Parts Warehouse has a higher ZapScore than 65% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Rockwall, Texas is 37 and in the Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment & Supplies category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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United States Clean Air Act Section 609 Certification is the Law A Reminder to the Industry from MACS Worldwide (Lansdale, PA) May 14, 2007-Section 609 of the United States Clean Air Act requiring all service technicians working on mobile A/C systems to be certified in proper refrigerant recovery and recycling has been law since 1990, yet many service professionals still are unaware of the requirements or have ignored them. Section 609 is a US requirement and is not recognized by other countries. Service industry members can avoid serious fines by making sure all technicians are Section 609 certified. The cost for testing and credentials is just $15. Visit the MACS certification page http://www.macsw.org/certification.php for comprehensive information about the law and the certification process. Individuals who need to replace MACS or IMACA Section 609 credentials can visit http://www.macsw.org/replacementcard.php There is a $10 charge for replacement credentials. Enforcement of the U.S. Clean Air Act is real! Current compliance cases and fines imposed can be found online at: http://63.160.3.204/echo/compliance_report_icis.html Fines of $35,000 per infraction can be levied. To report an entity who is illegally venting refrigerant visit http://www.macsw.org/replacementcard.php to link to the EPA’s reporting page. Founded in 1981, the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) is the leading non-profit trade association for the mobile air conditioning, heating and engine cooling system segment of the automotive aftermarket. MACS represents a growing membership in North America and 47 countries around the world, and provides information and services to more than 60,000 industry shops, suppliers and technicians. The Society serves the industry through informational tools, self-paced educational materials, leader-led training clinics, advocacy and other member services. Since 1991, MACS has assisted more than 600,000 technicians to comply with 1990 Clean Air Act requirements for certification in refrigerant recovery and recycling to protect the environment. To learn more about MACS and our 28th annual Convention and Trade Show, Current Events in Orlando, FL January 31-February 2, 2008 please visit www.macsw.org

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We sell automotive parts to you at wholesale cost. (Yes we can match or beat your local auto parts store, Autozone, Pep Boys ect.)We specialize in Auto A/C and sell only the top quality parts at the very lowest price. We have over 80 years of A/C knowledge and experience on staff would like to help you solve your automotive problems while saving you money. We carry US products! Call and give us a try... Allow us to earn your business!

DID YOU KNOW: The Packard Motor Car Company was the first automobile manufacturer to build air conditioners into its cars, beginning in late 1939 (at the start of the 1940 model year). These air conditioners were optional, and cost US $274 (equivalent to about US $4,000 in 2007). The system took up half of the entire trunk space, was not very efficient, and had no thermostat or independent shut-off mechanism. The option was discontinued after 1941.

Good Morning everyone... From the folks at A/C Warehouse! As a side note: Keep an eye on the weather today if you live in the North Texas area or to our North! Stay safe :)