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Expert HVAC Services in Westerville, OH

Our team at Greater Columbus Furnace & Air Conditioning is proud to serve the homeowners of Westerville 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 WestervilleOH. 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 Westerville, 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 Westerville!

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Getting to Know Westerville, OH

In what was once known as the “Dry Capital of the World,” the City of Westerville is a northeastern suburb of Columbus located in both Delaware and Franklin counties. With a population of 41,103 as of last year, Westerville is home of Otterbein University. For millennia, ancient cultures have lived in the Westerville area. Paleolithic Indians, and their descendants that followed, inhabited the area between Big Walnut Creek and Alum Creek. When Europeans arrived, the Wyandot Indians were the main inhabitants of the land, residing along Alum Creek mostly. However they were forced out of Ohio in the year 1843. Around 1810, the area that is known as Westerville today was settled by those of European ancestry (Dutch to be exact) who came to the area from New York. Among them was Matthew Westervelt, who donated a piece of land to build the first church there, which was Methodist, in 1836. The settlement was named in his family’s honor. In 1856, the Church of the United Brethren in Christ bought the seminary. However the following year it was reformed, and renamed Otterbein College, in honor of the church’s founder Philip William Otterbein. It continues there today as the private Otterbein University.

In 1856, Westerville was platted. It became officially incorporated in August 1858, when the town’s population was 275. During the Antebellum era, numerous homes in Westerville became stations in the Underground Railroad. Among these is the Hanby House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It earned dedication as a museum in 1937 and is now owned by the Ohio Historical Society. In 1859, the town passed an ordinance that prohibited the sale of alcohol. By the 1870s, however, an escalating conflict between pro- and anti-abstinence forces fermented into what was called the “Westerville Whiskey Wars”. Two times, in 1875 and 1879, local businessman Henry Corbin opened saloons in Westerville, and each time the people of the town used gunpowder to blow the places up.In 1909, Westerville’s reputation for temperance was so prominent the Anti-Saloon League moved its national headquarters from Washington, D.C. to the city. The League was at the forefront of the Prohibition movement in the U.S., and had its greatest victory when Congress ratified the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Even after Prohibition came to an end, Westerville stayed dry for most of the twentieth century.

Then, in 1995, Westerville annexed 941 acres of land to the north, which included several businesses that sold alcohol. Eventually, voters approved the sale of alcohol in “Old Westerville” at several establishments. On. Oct. 15, 2019, Westerville hosted the fourth 2020 Democratic Primary Presidential Debate, with more than 12 candidates on stage. To this day, it is the largest primary debate in American history.

Choose Us for HVAC Services in Westerville, 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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