We’re Proud to Serve Galena, OH
If you’re looking for Heating, Cooling, or Indoor Air Quality Services in Galena, 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 Galena, OH. We look forward to providing you with a trusted HVAC solution. Give us a call today!
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Located in Delaware County, Ohio, the village of Galena has a population of around 653 people. Originally named Zoar, the village was laid out with its current name in 1816. Later, in 1834, the Galena post office was established.
With an estimated area of 1.7 square miles, Galena is a frequent stopping (or starting) point for hikers traversing the Ohio to Erie Trail, which runs through the village along the former railroad trail and passes Miller Park on a bridge that goes over the Little Walnut Creek. The village’s downtown area, equipped with an ambient town square with local shops and restaurants, sits a mere quarter-mile off of the trail. In addition to the OET, a second paved trail in Galena is Kane’s Crossing trail, which has a beautiful view from the bridge above the Big Walnut Creek. The new developments being constructed in Galena include easy walking access to the system of trails. For cyclists, Galena is also located on two major U.S. bike routes.
Upper Arlington Heating & Cooling is happy to serve the residents of Galena 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 Galena.
We’re also excited to offer Galena 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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Mark - Galena, OH
All contact with staff and crew installing our new furnace was professional, courteous and informative. Can't say enough about the crew regarding installation. They leave to get a 0.69 part in the evening to finish the job. It's rare to find that attention to detail these days. Friends we found that used Pickerington all had the same positive experience. We can only reinforce the same opinion. I'll be calling Pickerington in the Spring to update our AC unit.
I performed a diagnostic service call on an air conditioner. Upon arrival I discovered cap blown. Replaced capacitor. Found system ran without issue and amp draws within paces. Found system low on refrigerant, customer stated he added refrigerant 6years ago. Added 2lbs of refrigerant. Delta t is now17 degrees. Suction pressure is 75 liquid is 171. Superheat is 15. Filter is clean. Airflow is proper. System operational on departure.
I performed a diagnostic service call on an air conditioner. Upon arrival customer stated that the system was blowing warm air, called for cooling at thermostat and found the condenser fan motor is turning on but the compressor is not. Added a super boost to circuit, compressor now turns on with hard start installed, Checked pressures, explained to customer that pressures are within range and system is just cooling as best as It can at this time and will struggle to cool during the warmer days, explained all repair versus replace options with customer, customer would like to wait on any further repairs at this time and look into replacement options once system completely fails. At this time system is cooling as best as It can and is cooling upon departure.
I completed a cooling tune up on a Carrier 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 a tune up on the customers Bryant air conditioning unit. During the tune up I found that the unit was running low on R-22 Refrigerant. I filled the unit with R-22 and the unit was cooling at full functionality at the time of departure.