Local Libertyville, IL A/C, Heating, and HVAC Services
Located about 37 miles from Chicago and only a short drive to Lake Michigan, Libertyville is a small town with roots that run deep. Locals say its history began with the arrival of George Vardin, an Englishman who brought his family to the area in the early 1830s. The settlement that grew up following his arrival became known as Vardin’s Grove. By 1836, however, residents of the growing town voted to rename the area Independence Grove. That vote was taken during the town’s July 4 celebration.
The town’s name changed again in 1839 when it became the county seat of Lake County. The new name – Burlington – didn’t stick and neither did county seat status. In 1841, government power shifted to what would eventually become Waukegan and Libertyville officially became Libertyville.
Serving now as an important residential, service and market community for Lake County, Libertyville has retained its small-town feel and values its past.
Households in Libertyville have a median annual income of $104,165. Over 95 percent of people living in the town are high school graduates, and approximately 60 percent of these residents have graduated from a college program. The median age in the suburb is 43, and the average household contains 2.66 people.
Biking and hiking are two activities that have become very popular in scenic Libertyville. Established bike paths and hiking trails located throughout the town make it possible for outdoors enthusiasts to maintain good health while exploring the area.
Aside from outdoor attractions, Libertyville also boasts:
- The David Adler Cultural Center – This facility serves as both a historical treasure and a cultural one. It serves as a venue for musical and artistic performances while also providing a place for area residents to study the arts.
- The Ansel B. Cook House – This Victorian-era home serves as a museum of city history while also serving as headquarters for the Libertyville-Mundelein Historical Society.
There are four elementary schools and one middle school located in Libertyville. These academic buildings are all part of the Libertyville District 70 educational system. All schools in this district are notable for above-average test scores and a high level of parent involvement.
In addition to public schools, Libertyville residents have access to a number of private institutions. And, with Chicago so nearby, college and university students don’t face a long commute.
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Libertyville residents in need of heating or cooling assistance can call on Ireland Heating & Air Conditioning for help at any time. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer and family owned business that’s been around since 1978, Libertyville residents can count on us to deliver the very best in HVAC services.
Our NATE certified technicians are available around the clock to provide emergency service. We’re also available during normal business hours for new system installation, maintenance and repairs on heating and cooling equipment. Just contact Ireland Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule an appointment.
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