We’re Proud to Serve Delaware, OH
If you’re looking for Heating, Cooling, or Indoor Air Quality Services in Delaware, OH, trust the experts at Upper Arlington Heating & Air. We specialize in the repair, maintenance, and installation of furnace, heat pumps, air conditioners, and more. We service all brands and types of HVAC equipment in Delaware, OH. We look forward to providing you with a trusted HVAC solution. Give us a call today!
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The City of Delaware, settled in 1808 and incorporated in 1816, is the county seat of Delaware County. Located near the center of the State of Ohio, Delaware is roughly 30 miles north of Columbus and is a part of the larger Columbus Metropolitan Area. With a population of 34,753, the city and county of Delaware were named after the Delaware Indians tribe.
The first known settler in Delaware was Joseph Barber, who was reported to have come here in 1807. Not long after that, additional settlers came into the area, and the most well-known among them was Moses Byxbe, Solomon Smith, William Little, Elder Jacob Drake, and Thomas Butler.
Initially, the town’s founders planned on putting the town on the east bank of the river. However, they moved it to the west bank after the first plan was submitted. It is said that even though Delaware was a small community when they moved the capital of Ohio from Chillicothe, both Delaware and Columbus were considered for the new location for their central position in the state.
Historians say Delaware lost in the vote for the relocation by a single vote to Columbus. After the War of 1812, however, settlers started swarming to Delaware in greater numbers. The parents of Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th President of the United States, were among them and while their home no longer stands today, a historical marker recognizes the location as the former home of the historic former U.S. president.
Upper Arlington Heating & Cooling is happy to serve the residents of Delaware with the best local HVAC products and services at the most competitive rates in the area. We’re the preferred local HVAC contractor of choice in the Franklin County and Central Ohio area for heating and cooling services.
We offer same-day emergency services for cooling and heating equipment, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays! Furthermore, we offer professional installation for those needing a new air conditioning system, heat pump, or furnace in Delaware
We’re also excited to offer Delaware residents our year-round Service Maintenance Agreements if you’re looking to get the most from your air conditioning system, heating system, furnace, or any other HVAC system with preventative maintenance, which should be done every year to keep your manufacturer’s warranties in good standing.
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Very Professional and Knowledgeable
Weidman - Delaware, OH
Service Technician called to let me know when he was arriving. He put on protective booties and proceeded to check Heating system. He stated that the system is a MERV 10 and the filter that is being used is a MERV 14 which overtime can damage the system. He recommended to use the Nordic Pure filter either MERV 6 or 8 it is not paper it has fibers which catches more dirt and can be bought on Amazon.
Parbin - Delaware, OH
Jake from Pickeringten provided awesome service and great suggestions to increase the performance of AC unit and clean house. Thank You.
Very thorough and courteous
Gary - Delaware, OH
I installed a Carrier 96% Two-Stage 100,000 BTU Gas Furnace and a Carrier 16 SEER 4 Ton Air Conditioner. I cycled and monitored the systems and they are both working properly at this time.
I completed an installation inspection on a Five Star 80% 70,000 BTU Gas Furnace 3T 17". I completed the installation checklist and cycled and monitored the system. It is operating normally at this time.
I performed a diagnostic service on a gas furnace that was not coming on. Upon arrival customer stated furnace was not heating that igniter was not igniting inspected furnace furnace inducer motor come on igniter with spark but there was no gas being delivered. Removed igniter and cleaned out the igniter and reinstalled it system running and operating normal and is now igniting.
I completed a diagnostic on an ICP AC unit. I found that the condenser would not turn on, and upon further inspection found that the capacitor had failed. The customer allowed me to replace the capacitor. I replaced and let the unit cycle. The system is now operating normally at this time.
I completed a cooling tune up on an air conditioner. I visually inspected the unit. Checked voltages, amps and pressures. I inspected the evaporator coil. I checked the temperature difference across the coil. Inspected heat pump. Checked refrigerant charge, voltages and amps. I rinsed the condenser coils with water. Cycled and monitored system. All operating normally at this time.
I arrived on site to perform an inspection of a Carrier air conditioning unit. During the inspection I found that the unit was low on R-410A refrigerant, causing it to not blow out cold air. I refilled the R-410A refrigerant and the unit was running at full functionality at the time of departure.
I arrived on site to perform an inspection on a Rheem air conditioning unit. During the inspection I found that the unit's outside contractor was wired irregularly. I rewired the unit and it was running at full functionality at the time of departure.
I arrived on site to perform an installation of a Five Star 16 SEER 3.5 Ton Air Conditioner, as it was the best size for their home. The installation of the unit was a success and the unit was running at full functionality at the time of departure.
I provided customer with an estimate for the installation of a Carrier 16 SEER 3.5 Ton Air Conditioner. Customer will review estimate and let us know how to proceed.