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Arkansas is nicknamed "The Natural State" because much of its land -- rivers, forests and mountains -- remains undeveloped. Arkansas is the 32nd most populous state, with about 3 million people. Arkansas rarely gets very cold during the winter, with average temperatures in the 50s. It gets extremely warm during the summer months.
Contractors do not need to be licensed by the state of Arkansas unless they intend to bid and work on construction projects that cost $20,000 or more. The state licenses both commercial and residential contractors. In order to get a license, both commercial and residential classifications require exams. You must be approved by Arkansas' Licensing Board before you can take the exam. Once you've passed the exam, return to the Arkansas's Contract Licensing Board to apply for the license. Also note that Arkansas has reciprocity with Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana, so the exam is waived if you are already contracted in one of those states. You must still complete a Request for Verification of License and Affidavit form.
Should you have issues with your HVAC contractor, contact the Arkansas Better Business Bureau.
Should you find that your winter heating bills are too expensive, there are organizations that will help you pay them. Contact: Entergy Arkansas for more information.