High-Quality HVAC Services in Waynesville, OH
Here at Huber Heights Heating & Cooling we are proud to serve the residents of Waynesville, Ohio, (and those in surrounding communities) with a superior level of customer service that our competitors can’t match. In each and every visit we make to area homes, we strive to make sure each and every customer has a Five Star Experience ‒ each and every time; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Our service vehicles show up to your home on time and fully equipped with all types of up-to-date HVAC equipment, technology, and tools. We have a huge variety of furnace filters, HEPA filters, and AC filters, all sorts of air filters. We keep up with the latest technology in thermostats, including smart thermostats and programmable thermostats, which are incredibly convenient.
We repair AC fans and AC compressors, as well as recharge refrigerant levels, which should only be performed by a professional. We also service gas and electric furnaces, heat pumps, and all other types of heaters, heating systems, ventilation systems, and Indoor Air Quality products like humidifiers and dehumidifiers, air purifiers, and UV Lights outfitted for HVAC systems. Call us for an appointment today!
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Learn More About Waynesville, OH
The village of Waynesville in Warren County has a rich history dating back to before Ohio became a state. Named after General “Mad” Anthony Wayne, the village is located at the crossroads of U.S. Route 42 and State Route 73. Among many things, it is known for its antique stores and its annual sauerkraut festival. The famous Caesar Creek State Park is located five miles east of Waynesville.
Waynesville offers an interesting combination of history and culture as it developed in southwestern Ohio, according to the village’s Chamber of Commerce. Many consider it the “Antiques Capital of the Midwest” and also consider it a microcosm of American heritage with its accomplishments and dreams. Founded in 1797 by Samuel Heighway, Waynesville was intended to become the capital of the Northwest Territory. Although that dream that never came to fruition, Waynesville did eventually become one of the most historically unique tourist spots in all Southern Ohio. Heighway, an engineer from England, along with other English frontiersmen settled Waynesville on March 8, 1797. He and his partners, Rev. John Smith, a Methodist minister, Dr. Evan Beans, a physician, and Sir Francis Baily, a young scientist, invested in 30,000 acres in the Symmes Purchase between the Little and Great Miami Rivers. Their plan was to start a plantation. In 1796, a settlement party cleared out land previously surveyed by Heighway as early as 1792. More than 10 tons of implements and supplies were bought at Baltimore and brought to Philadelphia were the party gathered. From there, these were stowed aboard a 12 by 36 foot flatboat they called the “Kentucky Ark.” It was moved on the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers to the Ohio River.
When they arrived at what is now the location of Waynesville, the settlers set up primitive log shelters before log cabins were built facing the river. Heighway’s initial layout was that of an English village. Parks and squares were arranged around a central public square. These were accented with plans for a serpentine walk, groves of ornamental trees and fishponds. Heighway’s original map of the village was dotted with fountains. A “Government House” was strategically situated on the public square and was accented by a tree shaded promenade.