We’re Proud to Serve Whitehall, OH
Are you looking for Heating, Cooling, or Indoor Air Quality Services in Whitehall, 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 Whitehall, OH. We look forward to providing you with a trusted HVAC solution. Give us a call today!
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An enclave on the east side of Columbus, the City of Whitehall’s most recent population estimate is at 18,926 people, with Kim Maggard serving as the current mayor.
As recently as the 1940s and 1950s, Whitehall still had working farms, and the area was of a mixed-income with mostly small houses. Although it was still a village in the 1940s, the local residents filed for incorporation in the year 1947.
Five years later, in 1952, Whitehall’s limits proliferated eastward to the country club and to Big Walnut Creek. Because of the sudden rapid growth, in the 1950s it became a city. In 1948, Whitehall became home to the first shopping center strip in the country, which was called Casto’s Town and Country. The National Road passed through Whitehall.
In August 1970, the city made national news when two department stores were bombed to create a diversion in a robbery attempt. The culprit, one William Harris, was arrested after a civilian chased him down and held him for police. According to a New York Times article published from the event, Harris was seen running from a store with a gun in hand after the first explosion. Roger Penwell chased the man down on his motorcycle, even as Harris shot at him. Penwell was later awarded the Carnegie Hero Fund’s Bronze Medal for his acts of heroism, which saved lives. Because of Penwell’s actions, police were able to locate 62 more stacks of dynamite in three additional locations, saving property and countless lives.
According to the U.S. Census, Whitehall has a total area of 5.29 square miles, with the Big Walnut Creek flowing through it, defining its eastern border. Whitehall is close to the Port Columbus International Airport. The 338th Army Band is also stationed in Whitehall at the Defense Supply Center.
Upper Arlington Heating & Cooling is honored to serve homeowners in Whitehall, 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 Whitehall, OH home.
We’re also excited to offer Whitehall residents our year-round Service Maintenance Agreements 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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Ray - Whitehall, OH
Absolutely positively outstanding very punctual very professional very courteous got job done in a timely manner couldn't ask for anything better
Judy - Whitehall, OH
I had vehicle maintenance performed on my vehicle. Everything is good as is upon departure.
Upon arrival l tech found the thermostat at 90 degrees. I found that filter was dirty. I removed filter and went out to unit. I hooked gauges up to unit and found that unit is low on refrigerant. Unit and line set hold approximately 6-7 lbs of R22. Customer decided that they wanted to wait and talk to their insurance company before getting an estimate. I left card with customer and they said that they would contact us to get an estimate. Unit is low on refrigerant due to leak because of age of unit. Customer does not have a/c at this time.
I arrived on site to perform an inspection on a Bryant air conditioning unit. During the inspection I found that the unit's capacitor had blown out and the compressor was wearing out. The customer opted to replaced the capacitor and they will hold off on the compressor for now. The unit was running as intended at the time of departure.
Upon arrival we found that these were rooftop units.
I competed diagnostics and found system was low on refrigerant, I spoke to customer about repairs and replacement options. The customer decided to do a new system installation and is all set for Friday. The system is not operational at departure.
I removed a Gas Furnace and Air Conditioner. I installed a Carrier 96% 60,000 BTU Gas Furnace and Carrier 16 SEER 2.5 Ton Air Conditioner and Carrier 4 inch filter rack. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time. Included with the installation is a free 1 year service maintenance agreement.