Residential HVAC Solutions in Hilliard, OH

Hilliard, OH

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Located in Norwich Township, the City of Hilliard is a suburb of Columbus in Franklin County, Ohio. With an estimated population of 36,534 people, Hilliard is home to “The Early Television Museum,” which is the only museum of its kind in the U.S. It is also home to the second biggest First Responders Park in the nation, in addition to the Heritage Rail Trail. Located in front of its fire department off Northwest Parkway, Hilliard also has the only flag pole that isn’t in a museum that came from the World Trade Center.

Geographically speaking, the Hilliard area sits between Big Darby Creek on its west side and the Scioto River on its east. Originally called Hilliard’s Station, the town started forming near the railroad route of the Indiana and Piqua Railroad stations, which split the former farmland. Hilliard’s Station was an ideal shipping point for agricultural products heading to the market and supplies needed by farmers in the area. The first Hilliard area was laid out in 1853 by John Hilliard, after whom the town was named.

The old railroad station and the Main Street served as the center of the town until the mid 20th century. A post office was erected in Hilliard’s Station in 1854, and soon the word “Station” was removed from the town name. On July 13, 1869, Hilliard became a village officially with a population of around 280 people. In 1886, the first railroad station was erected on the north side of the line, west of the town’s Main Street. It was there until all railroad services ended in Hilliard in 1962. Today, that original train station is still standing and it was restored and preserved in Hilliard’s historical Weaver Park. On Dec. 12, 1960, Hilliard earned the status as a city when the population reached 5,633 residents.

When the I-270 outer belt was finished in the early 1970s, Hilliard saw the second wave of explosive growth. Land used today in Hilliard is still a mix of residential and commercial properties. There is a rich heritage of historic residential structures and unique architectural styles that can be visited in the historic district along Norwich Street.

Upper Arlington Heating & Cooling is proud to serve homeowners in Hilliard, OH with the most trustworthy 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 heating and cooling equipment, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays! Furthermore, we offer expert installation for those needing a new air conditioning system, heat pump, or furnace in their Hilliard, OH home.

We’re also excited to offer Hilliard residents our year-round Whole Home Protect Plans if you’re looking to get the most from your A/C, heating system, furnace, or any other HVAC system with preventative maintenance, which should be done every year to keep your manufacturer’s warranty valid.

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