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Getting to Know Gahanna, OH
First settled in 1849 along the Big Walnut Creek by John Clark of Ross County, the City of Gahanna came from 800 acres of land the settler’s father, Joseph Clark, got from Ohio Governor Worthington in 1814. Because of this, Clark gave his property the name the Gahanna Plantation, from which the current day city would derive its name. The actual name Gahanna, however, came from the American Indian word for “three creeks joining into one,” and is the former name of the Big Walnut Creek.
For this reason, Gahanna’s Official Seal refers back to this confluence of three creeks and carries the inscription “Three In One”. Historians say Gahanna had a rivalry with an adjacent village, called Bridgeport for many years. Bridgeport was said to have been settled in 1853 by Jesse Baughman, who was also a former Franklin County Commissioner. Later, the two villages made peace and merged into one municipality. When they did merge, they adopted the name Gahanna as there was already another village in Ohio with the name Bridgeport.
On Aug. 8, 1881, after citizens of Gahanna petitioned Franklin County to incorporate the village, the incorporation was granted.
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We are your local, family-owned and operated HVAC company, and we can repair central heating and cooling systems around the clock here in Gahanna, OH. Day in and day out, our HVAC service vehicles arrive as scheduled, calling ahead to let you know we’re on our way; our vehicles stay fully furnished with the latest HVAC equipment and technology. We carry a wide range of HVAC system filters, switches, fuses, HEPA filters, and more.
So if you’re asking questions like “why is my A/C blowing warm air?” or “why is my furnace not turning on?” or “why isn’t my heat pump working properly?” or “what’s wrong with my HVAC system?” or “who’s the best local HVAC company near me?” or any other questions related to an HVAC system, trust the experts at Five Star Heating & Cooling. We would be more than happy to come to your home promptly and get you back to breathing easy in superior comfort with peace of mind. Experience the Five Star Difference Today!
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Great check of my heat pump
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On time knowable and helpful tech no problems
Winter Heating Check Up
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on time, friendly, and our dog loves your tech
Carol - Gahanna, OH
Quick and Honest
Craig - Gahanna, OH
BI ANNUAL CHECK UP EVERY THING OK AND THEY ANSWERED ALL MY QUESTIONS
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All reps I met were friendly, courteous and customer oriented
I completed a diagnostic on a York gas furnace. Determined that the filter was dirty. Client to replace filter. Gas pressures were high. I adjusted the gas pressure to within manufacturer's specifications. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.
Return Service for a Goodman heat pump and electric furnace. I replaced the blower motor and capacitor. Cycled and monitored the system. Operating normally at this time.
Upon arrival air handler was not working or heating. Visually inspected air handler condition system was a little bit older found limit switches and relays on the inside of the air handler to be a little bit rusted normal wear and tear found blower motor had quite a bit of debris dust and dirt around the outside of the blower blower motor was not running checked power to the blowerHad power to the blower motor blower motor Windings are bad in the blower motor is not working blower motor will need to be replaced.
I completed a diagnostic on a Trane heat pump with an electric furnace. Determined that the blower motor is bad. I gave the client an estimate to replace the blower motor. Client authorized replacing the blower motor. Part to be ordered.
I completed the service maintenance agreement tune up on a Comfortmaker heat pump with electric air handler. I visually inspected the furnace. Checked voltages, amps and temperature rise. Inspected heat pump. Checked voltages and amps. Cycled and monitored both systems. Operating normally at this time.
Upon arrival client stated that he cleaned the flame sensor and unit seemed to run slightly but not heating. I completed a diagnostic on a Nordyne gas furnace. I found that the inducer motor had seized. I gave the client an estimate to replace the inducer motor. Client declined and repairs at this time.