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Expert HVAC Services in New Albany, OH

Our team at Greater Columbus Furnace & Air Conditioning is proud to serve the homeowners of New Albany among neighboring Columbus communities, with the absolute highest level of customer service possible at the most competitive and affordable prices in the market.

Yet it doesn’t end there! We offer every kind of HVAC service imaginable, from A to Z, all of which come at competitive, affordable, prices our competitors find hard to beat. And we are happy to extend these services to all the residents of New AlbanyOH. Check out our special online deals and financing options.

If you’re looking for expert-level Heating, Cooling & Indoor Air Quality products, and services in New Albany, OH from a trusted professional, look no further than your friends at Greater Columbus Furnace & Air Conditioning! From A/C repair to furnace maintenance to heating pump installation, humidifier installation, diagnostic service calls – we’ve got you covered. Give us a call or schedule online now to schedule HVAC services in New Albany!

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Getting to Know New Albany, OH

Located 15 miles northeast of Columbus, New Albany is a city in Franklin County with a small portion of itself extending into the adjacent Licking County. As of 2019, New Albany had an estimated population of 10,933 people. New Albany was founded in 1837 is now a growing suburb in the Columbus area.

Originally, the area of land that was to become New Albany was established in the center of Plain Township. Land was split into lots measuring 50 by 100 feet, and sold to new settlers.
A common theory about the town’s name “New Albany” is that many of the early settlers came there from Albany, New York. That being said, during New Albany’s history, the community has also been called “Hope.” With a mere population of 50 people, in 1856, New Albany was incorporated and its first mayor was elected (S. Ogden). In 1881, the Wilkins Lumber Mill, later renamed the New Albany Mill, opened up. Then, in 1922, Mrs. Edward Babbitt won election as the first female mayor of New Albany.

As late as 1980, the census listed only had 414 residents living in the village. However, rapid growth in the area began in the 1990s, in part because of the expansion of the Les Wexner clothing empire and the construction of his mansion, which is the second largest in central Ohio second only to the Longaberger mansion. It is located off Kitzmiller Road in the village. Around this same time, State Route 161 and access to 161 from I-270 was redeveloped providing freeway access in and out of the town.

Then, in 2008, the New Albany Mill was shut down 119 years after its opening downtown. The original sawmill was rehabilitated into a hardware store that became a staple in the lives of countless residents of New Albany. New Albany is located at the headwaters of the Rocky Fork, a tributary of the Big Walnut Creek. Sugar Run and Rose Run, both tributaries of the Rocky Fork, flow from the northeast to the southwest through New Albany. Blacklick Creek runs through the eastern side of the city.

Choose Us for HVAC Services in New Albany, OH!

Our trucks stay fully stocked, outfitted with all sorts of cutting-edge, high quality, HVAC equipment, parts, and tools. This includes a wide range of furnace filters, HEPA filters, A/C filters, and all sorts of other parts. We stay up-to-date with the latest technology in thermostats, including smart thermostats and programmable thermostats, which cost less than you’d think and yet pay for themselves quickly with the added convenience and energy savings. We also fix AC fans and AC compressors, in addition to recharging AC refrigerant levels when necessary. This, we should mention, should only be performed by a professional as air conditioning refrigerant is hazardous. We also service electric furnaces, gas furnaces, heat pumps, and every other type of heater.

Finally, if you’re looking to improve your home’s Indoor Air Quality, we also offer a whole line of products that include humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, UV lights, and special air filters. This is in addition to the air duct cleaning service we provide, for those residents who suspect their ductwork might need a professional hand.

So if you’re googling “Why is my furnace not working?” or “who’s the best HVAC contractor in Columbus, OH” or any other question related to anything HVAC, we have the answers and we would be happy to send a friendly technician over to get your system back to its best.

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