New Paris, IN Air Conditioning Repair & Service

New Paris, IN

History of New Paris, IN

As a census-designated place in the northern part of the state, New Paris is a small community with a proactive approach to the needs of its residents. Settlers arrived in the area in 1839 from Ohio, and the community’s name is believed to have been based on an Ohio town of the same name. The location was a junction for two railroads in the late-1800s. Today, manufacturing is one of the most pertinent industries in which area residents work.

Demographic Information

When the 2010 U.S. Census was taken, New Paris had a population of approximately 1,500 residents, which was nearly double the population of the 2000 Census. The mean age of residents is 32.4 years, significantly lower than the state’s mean age of 40.1. The median household income is approximately $45,000 per year, and the median home value is approximately $114,000.

Education in New Paris

The district has been honored by the College Board for its gains in student success and performance levels. At least 13 private schools are also available in Goshen for those who are interested in specialized study choices for their children.

Several post-secondary institutions are available within a 120-mile radius of New Paris, including the prestigious University of Notre Dame, just 28 miles away. Chicago universities such as Loyola are also within a reasonable commuting distance for residents. There are also numerous community college options within just 20 miles of New Paris.

Air Conditioning and Furnace Repair in New Paris

Rex’s Heating and Cooling, Inc., is proud to offer comprehensive HVAC support to residents of New Paris. We focus on keeping costs down with preventive maintenance programs.

As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Rex’s Heating and Cooling, Inc., supplies top of the line heating, cooling, and indoor air quality products and services. Call us today at (574) 500-2867 for all of your HVAC repair, installation and maintenance needs.

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