Proudly Serving Springboro, OH Residents
Our team at Xenia Heating & Air proudly services the people of Springboro, OH, with the highest quality of HVAC services in the area. If you are a Springboro 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 Springboro 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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Learn More About Springboro, OH
Located at the center of the Cincinnati-Dayton Metroplex, which is the 14th largest urban area in the United States, Springboro was ranked as the 42nd best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2011.
In 2014, it gained the ranking as the 10th best suburb in America by Business Insider.
Springboro is accessible by three of the major expressways in the region.
Near the city’s northern border along the Montgomery-Warren County border, the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport is located along the Springboro Pike. It exclusively serves private jets and small airplanes, however, it has a small museum with a scale-replica of the original Wright-B Flyer.
Settled as early as 1796, Springboro was founded in 1815 by Jonathan Wright, originally spelled as “Springborough.” During the earliest years, Springboro was predominantly Quaker.
Two mills and a woolen factory were built in the 1830s on the abundant springs for which the town derived its name. With its Quaker origins, Springboro served as a stopping place on the Underground Railroad, playing an important role providing hiding places for people who were escaping the atrocity that was slavery in the south.
Because of this, in October of 1999, Springboro became the first city to put up an Ohio Underground Railroad Historic Marker. In what would redefine the city and carry it into modern times, beginning in the late 1960s the population of Springboro’s population began to explode.
Powered by the growth of the Dayton Area, Springboro went from being a sleepy town along I-75 to becoming a real estate hotspot in the Miami Valley. The growth also resulted in a new highway exit being created at I-75.
Today, Springboro is considered one of the most prominent suburbs in the Cincinnati-Dayton metro area because it serves as a stronghold on the growth between them. The current mayor of Springboro is John H. Agenbroad. He won reelection in 2019.
In addition to the Wright B. Flyer Museum, Springboro has a whole host of things to do and places to go. They have the La Comedia Dinner Theatre on the city’s west side. They also operate a slew of parks and bike hubs and local restaurants and shops.
Every September, the Springboro United Church of Christ puts on their Oktoberfest Springboro in the city center, which features authentic German food and drink, games, and live entertainment. Every November, city residents gather in the city center along Main Street to host Christmas in Springboro. This attracts people from all over to visit with local residents, vendors, and other guests from around the region. It’s meant to launch the Christmas season.
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Harry - Springboro, OH
Great crew that installed my hvac system.
Performed a diagnostic service call for a AC unit. Used a wire nut for wire and showed homeowner where filter was located.
Replaced heat damaged disconnect.