Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair & Service
Wesley Chapel is a census-designated place in Southeastern Pasco County, Florida. The community stretches from County Line Road to the area surrounding State Road 54, and Interstate 75 passes through its center. Its easy Interstate access makes it a highly desired bedroom community for commuters working in the Tampa area.
Wesley Chapel was originally settled by the Boyette and Gillette families in the 1840s. Early names for the area included Gatorville, Godwin, and Double Branch. It was finally named Wesley Chapel for the Methodist chapel built on the corner of State Road 54 and Boyette Road. John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church.
The area remained a small community until the arrival of Interstate 75 in the late 1960s. When Saddlebrook Resort opened in 1979, growth began accelerating. Over the last 15 years, Tampa residents looking to escape the increasing urbanization of the city moved to Wesley Chapel seeking a more small-town feel. Today, the area is made up of large subdivisions and several major strip malls.
Things to Do
- The Shops at Wiregrass is an outdoor mall in Southern Wesley Chapel. It frequently hosts community events centered around major holidays.
- Grove 16 Theatre is a movie theater and one of the community’s largest entertainment destinations.
- Saddlebrook Resort is one of the oldest parts of the community. It features a golf course, driving range, tennis courts, and other amenities.
- Wesley Chapel District Park is a 144-acre park. In addition to athletic fields, it has a fitness trail, picnic areas, and a playground.
Wesley Chapel has a population of about 44,000. It is a relatively young community, and nearly 30% of its residents are children under the age of 18. Just 9 percent are senior citizens over the age of 65. The homeownership rate is 75 percent, and 81 percent of households have lived in the same home one year or longer. The median value of a home is $162,000, and the median household income is about $74,000. Just 8 percent of residents live below the poverty level.
Wesley Chapel has a hot and humid climate with frequent afternoon thunderstorms during the summer. The average July high is 92 degrees, and the average January low is 49 degrees. There are 54 inches of rain spread over 103 days with precipitation each year. There are about 244 sunny days per year. During hurricane season, the community will generally experience heavy winds and rains from passing tropical systems, but is far enough inland to avoid the full force of the storms.
Wesley Chapel Air Conditioning Repair, Maintenance, and Installation
The majority of Wesley Chapel homes are heated and cooled by heat pumps. These are the combined heating and cooling systems that many homeowners refer to as central air conditioning. Because of Central Florida’s mild winters, homeowners are able to cut costs by not installing a separate heating system. Even though electric heat is generally more expensive than gas or oil heat, the combined installation and operating costs are lower with a heat pump due to the area’s light heating needs.
At United Air Conditioning, we stock a full range of heat pumps, air conditioners, and furnaces. Instead of taking a one-size-fits-all approach, we will work with you to come up with the heating and cooling solution that works best for your home. To keep your current system running properly, we also offer routine maintenance plans as well as same-day emergency service. Contact us to learn more about how we can help improve your comfort.
Need a Service Call or New System Installation?
We want to make it affordable and easy to have your HVAC equipment serviced or repaired. Should you need a new system installation, we’ll work with you to stay within your budget.
Our knowledgeable staff is ready with the latest information about programs that you can take advantage of to save you money on new heating, cooling and indoor air quality for your home.