HVAC Specialists Serving those in Xenia, Ohio
Xenia has a population of 26,000 people, is home to more than 6,000 families, and if where over 3,000 companies are located. The city of Xenia is part of Greene County and got its name from a Greek word meaning hospital. The area has 13 parks, each one offering the community something different, ranging from playgrounds to skate parks. We here at Centerville Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Xenia.
Centerville Heating & Cooling is proud to serve the community of Xenia. 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.
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When you need your HVAC system serviced, maintained, or replaced. Contact Centerville Heating & Cooling – the number one sought after HVAC Company in Xenia!
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Ron - Xenia, OH
Friendly and knowledge of our furnace.
After removing the Carrier gas furnace and air conditioner, I installed a Carrier 80% 110,000 BTU Gas Furnace and a Carrier 13 SEER 4 Ton Air Conditioner. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time. Included with the installation is a free 1 year service maintenance agreement.
Commercial Roof System. Job had to be rescheduled due to inclement weather conditions and safety of personnel.
I completed a diagnostic on a Ruud gas furnace. Determined that the flame sensor was not installed correctly. I cleaned and installed flame sensor correctly. I also determined that the spark ignitor spliced and needs to be replaced. Parts to be ordered. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.
I completed diagnostic on a Duquesne furnace. Determined that the unit was shutting down a pressure switch code. Determined that the flue was disconnected at the ceiling. Reconnected the flue. Cycled unit. Monitored operation. Unit shut down again on a pressure switch code. Checked the condition of the flue in the attic and on the roof. On the roof found that the Vin cap venting was partially obstructed which was too far down to adjust. Removed vacuum hose from the inducer motor and cleared vacuum nipples and reattched. Recommended that the client have the blower motor cleaned. Client declined to have blower motor cleaned. System operating normally at this time.
Installing full system
Installing full system