We Offer 24 Hour Air Conditioning & Heating Repair in Trussville, AL
Ranked No. 56 in Money Magazine’s 2005 Top 100 Best Places to Live, Trussville, AL, is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state. Residents refer to the Birmingham suburb as “Mayberry” because of its hometown, neighborly atmosphere.
In 1821, Warren, Joel and Sam Jr Truss emigrated from North Carolina and were the first Europeans to settle in the area. An agrarian community until the Alabama-Chattanooga Railroad arrived shortly after the Civil War, the settlement transitioned to industrial with the building of a blast furnace in 1886. The Trussville Furnace produced foundry pig iron from 1889-1919. When the furnace was dismantled in 1933, the land became the site of Cahaba Homestead Village. Originally called “Slagheap Village” because of the slag piles left over from the furnace, Cahaba Village joined Old Trussville when Trussville was incorporated as a town in 1947. The town became a city in 1957 and adopted the City of Trussville as its official name.
The 2010 Census reports a population of 19,993, an increase of 54 percent from the 2000 Census. The population climbed to 20,178 in 2012 with a density of 897.9 people per square mile. Median housing value is $228,700; median household income is $84,514. Mean commuting time is 27 minutes.
Students attend Trussville City Schools. The Hewitt-Trussville High School is a 1992-93 Blue Ribbon school and offers six career-specific educational paths in addition to college prep courses. Private instruction is available for kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students.
Geography and Climate
Trussville encompasses 22.3 square miles spanning Jefferson and St. Clair counties. The Cahaba River flows through the city, which sits at 699 feet above sea level. Summer temperatures are in the mid- to high-90s; winter temperatures generally range from low- to mid-50s.
The Trussville Civic Center, which includes space for meetings and exhibitions, is home to a fitness center featuring exercise equipment, an indoor track and a gymnasium. Recreation includes a pool, splash park, six parks and pavilions, a racquetball club, adult and youth sports and nearly five miles of bike trail. A walk along a two-mile trail laid out by local Girl Scouts acquaints visitors with several historic landmarks. An arts council presents live theater. Three retail outlets, the Colonial Promenade at Trussville, the Colonial Promenade Tutwiler Farm and Pinnacle at Tutwiler Farm, anchor shopping and dining opportunities in the city. The annual Trussville City Fest features crafts, live music, dance troupes and fireworks display.
HVAC Services in Trussville, AL
One Source Heating and Cooling is a contractor you can trust when it comes to delivering energy-efficient and cost-effective heating and cooling solutions. We offer air conditioning repair, maintenance and installation services to help our Trussville residential and commercial customers conquer summer’s heat and humidity. When cool weather arrives, you can depend on One Source Heating and Cooling to be there when you need a heating repair, installation or tune-up of your furnace.
From 24 hour AC repair to designing an HVAC system for a new facility to making sure your indoor air is clean, you will have peace of mind knowing that each job will be done right. Our 99.3 percent customer satisfaction rating reflects the quality work performed by our NATE- and EPA-certified technicians. As a factory authorized dealer for American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, Heil, Mitsubishi, Rheem and Trane, we install first-rate products and replacement parts. These are just a few of the reasons why One Source Heating and Cooling has been an air conditioning leader in the Birmingham and Dothan, AL area since 1996.