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Boiler, Furnace, and AC Service in Hulmeville

JC Heating & Cooling is your Local Heating Oil Company that Provides Air Conditioning, Heating Service, Repairs, Replacements & Installations to the Hulmeville PA area!

Since 1972, JC Heating & Cooling is your best choice for repairs, installations, maintenance, and service in home and buildings like yours in the HULMEVILLE AREA. We take special pride in the craftsmen we train and employ. It's also noticeable immediately in the attitude and intergrity our technicians bring to your home. Our entire company works hard to make your experience enjoyable. You can also be assured that JC Heating & Cooling stands behind the work we do as well as complies with all Safety Codes.

We provide the following services in Hulmeville, PA

Happy to provide Heating and Air Conditioning Service & Repairs and we will even deliver home heating oil to your front door in Hulmeville, PA.

About Hulmeville, PA - JC Heating & Cooling is proud to be your Local Air Conditioning & Heating Contractor!

History - From Wikipedia,

The Hulme family name, originally DeHoulme, is of Norman origin, dating from William the Conqueror. Members of the family originally settled in Lancashire, England, a branch later moved to Cheshire. The American family came from this branch. George Hulme, Sr. and George Hulme, Jr. immigrated to Bucks County from Tilston, Cheshire about 1700, purchasing land and settled in Middletown Township, some of the family later relocating to Buckingham. John Hulme, Sr., grandson of George, Sr., and his son, George Hulme, Jr. moved from Buckingham to Fallsington and ran a weaving business until 1796 when John, Jr. purchased land along the Neshaminy Creek and called it Milford. John, Jr. married Rebecca Milnor daughter of William Milnor

Within a few years, the village built up to a number of dwellings, mills and other shops. The five sons of John, Jr. became a miller, two storekeepers, a tanner and a farmer. There was no public house, but John, Jr. many times opened his house to travelers. One autumn day in 1809, Josiah Quincy III stayed overnight on the way from Boston to Washington, D.C. John, Jr. served a term in the Pennsylvania General Assembly and helped start a post office at Milford established on 1 October 1809, his son Isaac, the first postmaster. The village name then changed to Hulmeville. It is claimed that the General Assembly changed the name in honor of John, Jr.

Recent Jobs and Reviews in Hulmeville, PA

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Joe C.
Joe C.
Made heating oil delivery in Hulmeville Pa
Hulmeville, PA 19047
Joe C.
Joe C.
Performed 27 point oil burner tune up on Burham oil Boiler. Checked system operations.
Hulmeville, PA 19047
Shawn M.
Shawn M.
Oil burner tune up and maintenance
Hulmeville, PA 19047
Brad B.
Brad B.
AC Preventive Maintenance
Hulmeville, PA 19047
Hulmeville, PA - AC Preventive Maintenance
Don A.
Don A.
Making 75 gallon fuel delivery to basement tank paid on credit card
Hulmeville, PA 19047
Hulmeville, PA - Making 75 gallon fuel delivery to basement tank paid on credit card