Furnace Repair & Service in Brooksville, FL
Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. has been providing ac and furnace repair & installation services to Brooksville, FL for over 30 years. Brooksville is a small city near the west coast of Florida and is the county seat of Hernando County. It sits along State Road 50 between Interstate 75 and Highway 589 about one hour north of downtown Tampa. It covers an area of about five square miles.
Heating Repair and Service in Brooksville, FL
Brooksville’s high summer temperatures and humidity make high-quality air conditioning and furnace service a necessity of life. Modern homes have departed from early Florida construction that allowed natural breezes to cool a home. A summer without air conditioning will simply be miserable.
Because AC and furnace repair can be expensive, it is sometimes put off as long as possible, often until the air conditioner breaks down completely. This is a mistake that raises the total cost of operating and maintaining the unit. When an air conditioner or furnace is continually run despite having minor problems, it is using more energy and increasing your utility bills. In addition, the eventual repair will likely end up more costly and more complicated than what would have been needed early on. If you’d like someone to take a look at your air conditioner or furnace and see if there are ways you can save money, give us a call today.
Brooksville has been the county seat of Hernando since 1855, which is roughly 10 years after settlers first arrived. It was built near Fort DeSoto, which was established in 1840 to protect local settlers from Indians. The city’s main growth occurred about three miles away from the fort because heavy limestone located directly under the fort made obtaining water difficult.
Brooksville was originally made up of two separate cities — Melendez and Pierceville. The two cities were consolidated in 1856 and Brooksville was formally incorporated in 1880. Brooksville’s growth was primarily driven by the Howell, Mays, Hale, and Parson families. Today, it thrives as a residential community with a number of large shopping centers to serve its residents as well as several regional medical centers.
Things to Do
Withlacoochee State Forest covers several tracts of land in Hernando and surrounding counties. Its headquarters is located just outside of Brooksville. The state forest contains miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and canoeing. In addition, it is open for seasonal hunting and camping.
The May-Stringer Hernando Heritage Museum consists of the May-Stringer House, train depot, and ghost tours. The May-Stringer House and train depot have tours beginning at noon five days per week. The ghost tours are by appointment only.
Florida’s fruit farms are also something visitors often wish to see. Boyett’s Grove allows visitors to see how fruit is prepared for shipping after it is picked as well as see alligators and enjoy local treats. JG Ranch lets visitors pick their own strawberries and blueberries.
Incorporated Brooksville has a total population of just 7,700 people. The community is on average older than the rest of Florida with senior citizens over the age of 65 making up 27% of the population. Children under the age of 18 make up just 20% of the population. 60% of the population own their own homes, and there are about 4,500 total housing units. Only 14% beyond college age have a bachelor’s degree or higher, and 23% of the population lives below the poverty level.
Brooksville is generally hot and humid like the rest of Florida. The average July high is 90 degrees, and it has an average of 55 inches of rain per year. Afternoon thunderstorms are frequent during the summer. While Brooksville is inland, it still feels the effects of Florida’s tropical storms and hurricanes. The tradeoff for this is the mild winters that bring little rain and an average January high temperature of almost 50 degrees.