AFFORDABLE HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES IN XENIA, OHIO!
Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air is proud to serve Xenia, Ohio, and surrounding areas. We offer Xenia 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 Xenia, 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 Xenia, Ohio
Xenia is a suburb of Dayton located 15 miles southeast of downtown Dayton and is part of Greene County. The city has over 26,000 residents and is home to more than 6,000 families and over 3,000 companies. Xenia has been given the nickname “Bicycle Capital of the Midwest” because of the countless bike paths in the area and because of the annual Greene Trails Cycling Classic put on by the city.
Throughout its history, Xenia has had more than its share of severe storms, including a devastating 1974 tornado (an F5) that killed 34 people, injured 1,150 others and devastated the town, destroying half the buildings there. Overall, it left 10,000 people temporarily homeless. The story made international headlines. The local newspaper, the Xenia Gazette, ended up winning a Pulitzer Prize award for their comprehensive and in depth coverage in the spot news reporting category the following year.
For generations, many notable people have called Xenia home. This includes famous athletes, comedians, actors, musicians, politicians, artists, writers and activists. Xenia was also the birthplace of the famous historic Shawnee War Chief Tecumseh, who united the natives in efforts to prevent western civilization from taking their land and pushing the natives out.