Heating And Cooling Services in Woodbridge, CT

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Serving our happy and loyal customers in Milford and the surrounding areas in Connecticut since the early 1900's, we are proud about being the industry leader when it comes to heating and cooling companies, all dedicated to serving the New Haven and Fairfield Counties.

For heating and cooling services, ductwork, insulation, air sealing, energy or weatherization, window and door enhancements, and air conditioning treatments in Woodbridge, CT or surrounding areas, contact us today at 203-263-1068.

About The City


 

Woodbridge is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. It's one of the wealthiest towns in Connecticut, placing it 8th in the state as of the 2010 US Census, and is home to plenty of faculty members of the prestigious Yale University.

Originally named "Amity," it was carved out of land that was once New Haven and Milford's, as an independent parish in 1739. During 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was ordained in Amity, and it was after him that the modern town was named.

This town is also notable for being one of the hideouts of the "Regicides" in 1661, as three of the judges who signed King Charles I of England hid out here. The ruins of the hideout can be found along the West Rock ridge, which runs neatly along the town's eastern border.

Woodbridge is home to several organizations that seek to protect the underdeveloped land and historic sites, and this town has an extensive system of specially preserved hiking trails that are open to the public. Most notable of these is the 93-acre Alice Newton Street Memorial Park, as well as the 22-acre Wepawaug Falls area. There are portions of the land that were generously donated by its residents.

Some notable people have come from this town, such as Jonathan Mostow, the director of Terminator 3, Tony Award-winning Broadway composer and lyricist Maury Yeston, the poet and literary critic John Hollander, and the computer scientist, painter, Yale University Professor and noted author David Gelernter.

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