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 London, oh
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Located in Madison County, Ohio, London serves as the county seat. It is made up of about 10,000 residents and is located 25 miles southwest of the state capital of Columbus. This community is served by the London Public Library and the daily newspaper The Madison Press. London was founded in 1811 in order to serve as the county seat, and it consists of 8.45 square miles of total area, all of which is land.
London is a relatively small city, so there are few attractions located in the community. There are several interesting shopping destinations located here, including Piccadillies of London, Dwyer Bros Hardware, Yes and Amen Boutique, and the Ralph Jones Woodworking Workshop. The London State Theater and the Creep Haunted House Festival are both found in London, and each year the community hosts the London Strawberry Festival. History buffs may also enjoy checking out the Madison County Historical Society to learn more about the area.
Other notable attractions are located a quick drive away in Columbus. Car lovers may enjoy a trip to the Wagner-Hagans Auto Museum, and the Ohio Theater is a great place to check out a show or performance. Other areas of interest include the Easton Town Center and the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
The varied weather conditions of London will require that homeowners invest in both furnace and air conditioning systems. During the summer, average high temperatures will reach about 84 degrees on average, but high humidity is also present. Not only will a central air conditioning unit keep indoor temperatures comfortable, but they’ll also go a long way to reduce allergens and dust within circulating air. Additionally, the winter months bring along freezing temperatures with moderate snowfall, so residents will want to invest in an energy efficient heat pump or home furnace system.