Proudly Serving Huber Heights, OH Residents
Our team at Xenia Heating & Air proudly services the people of Huber Heights, OH, with the highest quality of HVAC services in the area. If you are an Huber Heights 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.
If you reside in Huber Heights and need assistance, we would be honored to help you by providing any of our premium HVAC services at the most affordable price rates in the region.
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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 Huber Heights, OH
Huber Heights is located in both Montgomery and Miami counties. This city is considered a large suburb of Dayton. It has a population of more than 38,000 residents.
Although Huber Heights continues to grow and annex parcels of land from Miami County today, it is the third largest suburb of Dayton, behind the City of Kettering, which has a population of 56,163, and Beavercreek, which has a population of 45,193 people.
As such, Huber Heights maintains its motto: “A city with a vision, come grow with us!”
Prior to becoming a city, Huber Heights was Wayne Township, which is now defunct. On Jan. 23, 1981, it officially earned said incorporation, taking its name in honor of Charles Huber, who was the developer who built many of the houses that would later constitute the city. With a total area of more than 22 miles, suburban development began in 1956.
Today, the City’s current mayor is Jeff Gore.
Located on land between the Mad River and the Great Miami River, Huber Heights developed northeast of Dayton. State Routes 202 (Old Troy Pike) and 201 (Brandt Pike) serve as the main north to south arteries. Shull Road, Executive Boulevard, Interstate 70, Taylorsville, Chambersburg, and Fishburg roads are the main east to west thoroughfares. The bulk of the city lies between Needmore Road to the south and Interstate 70 to the North. Recent development has expanded the boundaries of the city north into Miami County near National Road. Huber Heights’ location near the intersection of I-70 and I-75 has long made it an attractive hub for the trucking industry.
Today, Huber Heights has a wide range of tourist attractions, including music and entertainment venues, nature reserves, parks and museums.
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5735 Spring gate Ct. Huber Heights OH 45424. New furnace and ac
I completed a diagnostic on a Lennox Air Conditioner. I determined that the fan motor had failed and unit will need refrigerant. Part forms were completed upon customer approval.
I completed a service call for an air conditioner. I determined the unit was operational upon my departure.
After removing the gas furnace and air conditioner, I installed a Five Star 96% 60,000 BTU Gas Furnace and a Five Star 13 SEER 2.5 Ton Air Conditioner. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.
I completed the spring tune up on a Carrier air conditioner. I visually inspected the furnace. Checked voltage and amps. I inspected the evaporator coil. I checked the temperature difference across the coil. Checked refrigerant charge, voltages and amps. I rinsed the condenser coils with water. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.
Leak Search. Leak was located due to heavy oil deposit in and around the flex at the vapor line service port system was extremely low added refrigerant to a sub cool of 10 F. System is operating upon departure
I completed spring tune up on a Goodman air conditioner. I visually inspected the furnace. I inspected the evaporator coil. I checked the temperature difference across the coil. Checked voltage and amps. Inspected heat pump. Checked refrigerant charge, voltages and amps. I found a slight possibility of a low charge within the system, which the customer opted not to take care of at the time. I rinsed the condenser coils with water. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.