Heating & Cooling Services in Centerville, Ohio 45429, 45440, 45458
HVAC Specialists Serving those in Centerville, Ohio
Centerville has a population of over 24,000 people and is home to more than 6,000 families. The area has the largest amount of old stone homes in Ohio, with several homes recognized on the National Register of Historic Places. The city funds the nationally ranked Washington-Centerville Public Library, where the community can enjoy public educational programs and over 300,000 books and movies. We here at Centerville Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Centerville.
Centerville Heating & Cooling is proud to serve the community of Centerville. With our quick and simple scheduling options, we’re here to help you. Call 937-353-1169 to speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives or to schedule online here with our convenient online form, and we will contact you shortly thereafter to schedule an appointment.
for Centerville, OH
KBost - Centerville, OH
On time, even a bit early after making sure it was okay. Reviewed what I needed and went above and beyond to help me get a unit that I can afford.
chuck - Centerville, OH
Good job, well done.
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Jill - Centerville, OH
Knowledgeable Technicians with good advice.
Quick and efficient!
Michael - Centerville, OH
Very professional and informative. Fixed our issue very quickly.
Quick efficient service, nice staff
Raven - Centerville, OH
So, about 30 min for an inspection and they call before coming so you can meet them for the work. Efficient on going through the system and courteous.
Upon arrival tenant stated they smelled a burning smell last night and then turned off the 2011 Ducane unit. Upon inspection found breaker to be tripped. Re set breaker. System came on then wires coming from blower motor started sparking at board. Replaced Blower Motor
Checked filter inside to verify airflow and found it to be clean. outdoor unit was not level and very dirty which was restricting airflow Leveled unit using isolation pads from truck stock and washed unit with hose. Restarted system and checked pressure. Unit is charged properly and not low on refrigerant. Unit is now operational and cooling the residence