We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.
about Cedarville, oh
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Cedarville, Ohio is a village of Greene County that is home to Cedarville High School and Cedarville University. As of 2010, approximately 4,000 people called the community home, and it is found within the Dayton Metro Statistical Area. Originally known as Milford, this village was founded in 1816, and life in the community previously revolved around the Cedarville Opera House found downtown.
Cedarville is home to two major festivals that occur throughout the year: CedarFest and the Little Town of Lights. CedarFest is held over Labor Day to celebrate the birthplace of James H. Kyle. It includes a carnival, parade, pancake breakfast, and local food. The Little Town of Lights is held in December, and residents coordinate outdoor lighted holiday decorations to compete for the honor of being called the best display. Photos with Santa, hay rides, and caroling are also popular.
In addition to these festivals, there are a few other notable attractions located in and around Cedarville. Bicyclists may enjoy exploring the Ohio-to-Erie Bike Trail that passes through the village, and hiking is available at the Indian Mound Reserve. Shopping enthusiasts may also enjoy a trip to Tanger Outlets, which is located a short 15 minute trek away in Jeffersonville.
Cedarville residents will need to have both home cooling and heating systems in place in order to stay safe throughout the year, as weather conditions will vary quite dramatically. During the winter months, temperatures can be cold but tend to be quite dry with only about 26 inches of snow each season. However, temperatures usually reach the freezing point overnight, which can lead to dangerous travel conditions and can cause pipes to freeze, so residents will want to have a furnace in place to keep their homes comfortable. Likewise, dramatic weather conditions can arise in the summer when temperatures become hot and muggy, and without an air conditioning unit in place, heat-related illnesses could be a definite possibility.