AFFORDABLE HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES IN KETTERING, OHIO!
Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air is proud to serve Kettering, Ohio, and surrounding areas. We offer Kettering 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 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 Kettering, 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 Kettering, Ohio
Historians say Kettering derives its name after the inventor, Charles F. Kettering, who resided here in his home, which is called Ridgeleigh Terrace, from 1914 until the time of his death in 1958. He was known for his many inventions and contributions to the Dayton area.
From the time of the 1950s up into the 1970s, the population in Kettering continued to increase, adding more than 30,000 residents. Much of this growth was in part because so many people began moving out of Dayton after World War II.
However, ever since around the time of the 1980s, the city has been experiencing a slow decline in its population because of its aging population and a decline in the number of manufacturing jobs available.
With a total of 20 parks sprawling over a combined 284 acres, Kettering is home to the Fraze Pavilion, which is a major outdoor entertainment venue that serves as a host for the summer concerts of the Dayton Philharmonic.
Kettering also touts having the James S. Trent Arena, which opened in 2005 and has a seating capacity of 4,400 overall, in addition to Skate Plaza, which is a 40,000-square-foot skateboard park that opened in the same year in collaboration between the city and Rob Dyrdek, a national celebrity and professional skateboarder who grew up in Kettering.