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DISCOVERING SOUTH CHARLESTON, OH
Tucked away in the southeast corner of Clark County, South Charleston is a friendly town offering a pleasant country setting. The village is less than an hour from Dayton, Columbus and suburban Cincinnati.
In 1815, a Pennsylvania man, Conrad Critz, laid out South Charleston out of the Ohio frontier wilderness. The growth here was accelerated in the 1950s by the advent of the Columbus & Xenia Railroad, which brought an influx of workers who became settlers. With the advent of mechanized farming, the economy in South Charleston continued to expand its agricultural base during the era of the Civil War.
In 1878, when workers finished the second railroad going through South Charleston, the town further increased the prosperity of area residents.
Today, the population is estimated to be around 1,693 people.
Originally, the village was named after its first merchant, Charles Paist. However, it was subsequently changed because of ongoing mail problems.
The village is served by a public high school, Southeastern Local High School, and a public elementary/middle school, Miami View Elementary School. South Charleston has a public library, which is a branch of the Clark County Public Library.
There, residents can enjoy a variety of recreational activities, visiting the bike and walking paths, participating in the annual ball at the Heritage Commission. Local food is furnished during the Gingerbread Festival. Meanwhile, new residents can join the Masonic Lodge, American Legion or other clubs in the community.
South Charleston village officials say the town is a place “you can enjoy the pleasures of small-town life in a community that’s in tune with the 21st century.”
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I provided client with an estimate for a new full HVAC system!
upon arrival customer stated that it wasn’t keeping temp. When arrived at furnace it wasn’t running but wasn’t throwing a fault code either. Cycled furnace and allowed to run with no issues. Temp rise at 50 degrees. Found gas pressure at 3.72”wc so lowered to 3.5. Cycled furnace multiple times and allowed to run 30 minutes with no problems whatsoever. Set stat to 70 per customer request. Furnace operational upon departure.
Upon arrival I completed diagnostics and found the OEM Inducer Motor needs replaced. The customer opted not to go forward with this repair at this time.
I completed a diagnostic. Customer explains that furnace works intermittently. Furnace worked the entire time I was here. Cleaned flame sensor, blew out drains, checked combustion readings. From customers description of the issue it sounded like it was kicking out on low flame current. Everything worked on repeated cycling of furnace. Furnace is operational on my departure.
I gave an estimate to install a Five Star Multi-Speed 2.5 Ton Electric Furnace/Fan and a Five Star 14 SEER 2 Ton Heat Pump . Included in the estimate is a 1 year free service maintenance agreement.