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Schenectady, NY 12008-12302-12303-12304-12305-12306-12307-12308-12309
Plumbing, Commercial Refrigeration, Heating & Air Conditioning - Installation & Repair

Schenectady-NY-12008-12302-12303-12304-12305-12306-12307-12308-12309 - Plumbing, Commercial Refrigeration, Heating, Cooling, Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Proud to serve the Schenectady community!

Schenectady takes its name from a Mohawk Indian word, Schau-naugh-ta-da, which means "over the pine plains.” The first European settlers came from the Netherlands in the mid-17th century, but their early years were not entirely peaceful. A 1690 attack on the settlement by French troops and their Indian allies has gone down in history as the Schenectady Massacre, referring to the 62 men, women and children who were killed. Another attack by the French and Indians took place in 1748 during King George’s War. Eventually Schenectady outgrew its turbulent beginnings, and in 1798 incorporated as a city.

Schenectady went on to achieve a place of prominence with the coming of the industrial revolution. Thomas Edison moved his Edison Machine Works to the city in 1887, and in 1892, the General Electric Company established its headquarters here. Other Schenectady milestones include the nation’s first regular TV broadcasts, sponsored by General Electric, and its second commercial radio station, WGY. Union College, established in 1795, boasts such illustrious alumni as U.S. president Chester A. Arthur and William H. Seward, who was Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln and was responsible for arranging the purchase of Alaska from Russia. President Jimmy Carter also attended Union College, but was forced to drop out upon his father’s death.

Schenectady boasts a number of attractions, including the Stockade Historic District, the first historic district in the state of New York, and the Schenectady Museum, with its interactive science and technology exhibits and planetarium. Schenectady has no fewer than six golf courses and eight nature preserves for anyone wishing to enjoy a day in the great outdoors. In wintertime, when temperatures rarely rise above freezing from December on into February, a day in the great indoors might be preferable, including such highlights as a visit to the historic Proctor’s Theater or the Schenectady Light Opera Company.


We are proud to be part of this community! Serving your plumbing, commercial refrigeration, heating and air conditioning needs since 1979! Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all make and models.

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