Amsterdam Air Conditioning Repair

If you need air conditioning repair in Amsterdam, New York, Mohawk Heating’s trained professionals are ready to help. Summers in upstate New York can get hot and humid. If your air conditioning decides to stop working you want it fixed ASAP. We’ve been installing and fixing air conditioners in Amsterdam and surrounding areas of Montgomery County for over six decades. 

Amsterdam, NY
5:26 am8:20 pm EDT
Feels like: 90°F
Wind: 4mph SSW
Humidity: 47%
Pressure: 29.85"Hg
UV index: 8
79°F / 55°F
81°F / 52°F
81°F / 61°F

Check out the current weather in Amsterdam. It’s getting to be the hot season. Is your a/c working? Don’t get stuck trying to sleep in a humid New York home with a broken air conditioner unit.

Looking for Air Conditioning Repair Companies? Check out Mohawk Heating.

Mohawk Heating offers a complete line of central air conditioning units which our professional installers can set up for you. In addition, we can service all types of air conditioners. Give us a call today. Our expert technicians are on call 24/7 for emergency repairs.

Some homes in the city and town of Amsterdam fell into disrepair. General maintenance, like regular a/c inspections, may have been neglected. In addition, some of the large, beautiful homes in Amsterdam were built in the 1800s when the industry was booming. These expansive homes weren’t equipped with a/c. Mohawk Heating and its trained professionals have proud to assist the residents of Amsterdam and its residents with their air conditioning repair needs for decades. How can we help you? Give us a call today.

Mohawk Heating Company and Amsterdam, NY

Beautiful City. Wonderful People.

Amsterdam, NY Air Conditioning Repair
Post Office in Amsterdam, NY
Constructed in 1935
Photo courtesy of Jimmy Emerson
via Wikimedia Commons

According to the official city website, Amsterdam was primarily inhabited by Mohawk and Iroquois Native Americans. The rocky, steep hillsides and land claims from the powerful Johnson family kept the population modest and sparse. However, in the 19th century, after the railroad and Erie canal made the area more accessible, people and industries came pouring in to Amsterdam. The city of Amsterdam was officially chartered in the late 19th century. However, by the mid-20th century the Great Depression and declining American manufacturing causes many industrial plant closures. The job market declines as does the population of the area. Amsterdam is now proud of its urban renewal projects and growth potential.