AFFORDABLE HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES IN BELLBROOK, OHIO!
Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air is proud to serve Bellbrook, Ohio, and the surrounding areas. We offer Bellbrook area residents high-quality Heating, Cooling, and Indoor Air Quality products and services for homeowners on all types of budgets. This means we have the prices you want, the service you need, and the comfort you deserve.
As a proud member of the Five Star Home Services, we make a strong commitment to customer satisfaction. We offer around-the-clock local emergency HVAC repair services 365 days a year, including holidays. During the winter, we also offer emergency furnace repair. Need a tune-up? We offer A/C and furnace maintenance to make sure you’re ready for the upcoming season. We service all brands of HVAC equipment in Bellbrook, OH, such as Amana, Trane, and more! With our stress-free and quick scheduling options, we are here to help you. Experience the Five Star Difference with Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air.
Learn More About Bellbrook, Ohio
Located southeast of Dayton, this Miami Valley Ohio area town was laid out in 1816. Today, the city of Bellbrook has a population of more than 7,300 residents with little room for continued growth. Bellbrook gets its name from an early founder named Stephen Bell. The name is a combination of his name and after a brook, which is said to be the Little Sugar Creek.
Nevertheless, the spelling of the name was originally two words. When it was established in 1817, it was Bell Brook. It was established in 1817. Later, in 1895, the name was made into a single word and took its current form as “Bellbrook.” Throughout the years, Bellbrook has expanded like most cities, via land annexation. Most of the land that was annexed came from the nearby Sugarcreek Township. The first annexation was in 1970. This increased the town’s population to more than 5,000 residents. Eventually, by 1974, Bellbrook earned the status of being incorporated as a city. With large amounts of undeveloped land, Bellbrook had more than 1,000 housing units constructed after its last annexation. Because it is largely developed today, city leaders say there isn’t room for any real future development. Every year in April, Bellbrook hosts the annual Sugar Maple Festival. Then in August, it has its annual Lions Club Festival.