Residential Heating & A/C Services in Enon, Ohio

Our team at Xenia Heating & Air proudly services the people of Enon, OH, with the highest quality of HVAC services in the area. If you are an Enon resident who is looking for a reliable, affordable and five star rated HVAC company to serve your needs, look no further.

At Xenia Heating & Air we offer a wide variety of HVAC services including: repairs, replacements, and maintenance for your air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump. No matter the brand or age we can help you get comfortable in your home again. If your looking to improve your homes indoor air quality we also offer a wide range of add-on devices and systems that include whole-home humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air purification technology, UV lights or UV Lamps, air filters, iWave-Rs and more.

Is your furnace not warming your home? Give us a call today at (937) 708-8451. You can also get the ball rolling now and set up an appointment online by clicking here!

Learn More About Enon, Ohio

With a rich history going back to Indian cultures of prehistoric times, the Clark County Village of Enon currently has a population of around 2,400 people. Enon was originally laid out in 1838; it’s name is Greek for “fountain” or “natural springs.”

Enon was incorporated as a village in 1850. Since then, it has been the home to the Enon Adena Mound, also referred to as the Knob Prairie Mound, which is the second largest cone-shaped Indian burial mound in Ohio. Historians conclude the mound was probably built and left behind by the Adena Indians.

Enon is the principal village in Mad River Township; today, it is located along the old Springfield and Dayton Turnpike, roughly seven and a half miles southwest of Springfield. Within its rich Native American history, Enon has a major Indian trail running through it; the trail runs between the Indian Villages of Old Chillicothe and Old Piqua. Before Western civilization took over the area, the Enon area was known to have been the home of at least three distinct groups of native tribes.

The oldest known group were the Adena, as noted above. The Hopewell people were after the Adena. They were learned about through the excavations of the Campbell mounds. The most recent group were the Shawnee Indians, who lived at Old Piqua, which is the current location of the George Rogers Clark Park. Sometime before 1798, the first European settlers came to Mad River Township. From 1817 to 1838, historians say the area was a flourishing agricultural center.

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