Valparaiso Air Conditioning
Valparaiso, Indiana is the County Seat of Porter County. The first log cabin in Valparaiso appeared in 1834. Valparaiso is located on an ancient Indian trail from Rock Island, Illinois to Detroit, Michigan. It was originally called “Portersville,” a county seat of Porter County, but it was renamed Valparaiso (meaning “Valley of Paradise” in Spanish) in 1837 after Valparaiso, Chile. The city was also once referred to as the “City of Churches” because of all the churches located there at the end of the 19th Century. Although there is no longer a passenger train going through Valparaiso, the community is still very much a part of the “Crossroads of America” because of its proximity to four major Interstate Highways – I-94, I-80, I-90 and I-65. The community is the site of a number of colleges and universities. Purdue University North Central has a satellite campus in Valparaiso, and Ivy Tech has a campus located there, also. Valparaiso is also home to Valparaiso State University. There are nearly 32,000 residents living in Valparaiso, with almost 13,000 households and 7,000 family households… Valparaiso’s median household income is almost $46,000 and the median family income is about $61,000.
Valparaiso AC Repair
Integrity Heating & Cooling, Inc. is regarded as a leader in air conditioning repair. Our certified air conditioning contractors are highly skilled in AC technologies, as well as in the area of the current trends in energy efficient air conditioning installations. Our customers have come to count on our expertise in providing the affordable and timely solutions to all their air conditioning needs. Integrity Heating & Cooling, Inc.’s primary objective is to be able make sure that our customers experience the greatest level of comfort with the lowest consumption of energy. Call us for the best air conditioning services possible. Integrity Heating & Cooling, Inc. looks forward to coming out and checking over your air conditioning unit to ensure that you are getting the maximum cooling for the minimum cost.