Came and put in a system on time and got the job done. And it was better than I expected.
Did a good job, cleaned up when they left, courteous. Wish they would have relite the pilot lights on our water heaters before they left.
Repairing plugged condensate drain line.
Installing a new high efficiency heating and air system
Working on a Wall Heater
Installing new high efficiency evolution air conditioner and furnace
Installing high efficiency evolution air conditioning system.
Working on a 24 year old trane system
Installing a high efficiency heat pump
Fixing outdoor ac
Working on a 4ton Bryant
Situated at the top of the Texas Panhandle, Stratford is small town stretched out over the high plains of the Lone Star State. As a family-friendly town, Stratford boasts good schools and a strong sense of community. Known as the Pheasant Capital of Texas, the city is attractive to outdoorsmen too. As the county seat of Sherman County, Stratford plays a significant role in shaping the region’s policies and its future prosperity.
As with many towns in North Texas, the railroad brought the first settlers to the Stratford region. In 1885, Aaron Norton purchased 100 sections of land from the Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway to sell to homesteaders. Norton’s manager, Walter Colton, was an ardent admirer of Robert E. Lee, and named Stratford after the Confederate general’s boyhood home in Kentucky. The city became the county seat in 1901.
Stratford was hit hard by the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, but the introduction of irrigation wells helped the region rebound. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting continue to drive Stratford’s economy today. Many artifacts from Stratford’s 100-year history, including black-and-white Dust Bowl photographs, are on display at the Sherman County Depot Museum, which is housed in a Sante Fe train depot that was built in 1931.
Encompassing a total land area of around two square miles, Stratford in located near the northern border of Texas on the high plains. The city has an elevation of 3,693 feet and a population density of around 1,000 people per square mile.
Stratford’s climate is semi-arid with an annual precipitation of around 20 inches. On average, temperatures during the long hot summer range between 87 and 92 degrees Fahrenheit. With an average low temperature of around 20 degrees, January is the coldest month of the year. Around four inches of snow typically fall during the winter months.
There are 2,017 people living in Stratford in more than 700 households. Around two thirds of the households consist of married couples, and around 40 percent have children under the age of 18. At 36 years, the median age is slightly younger than the state’s average, and only around 15 percent of the population are more than 65 years of age. Community institutions in Stratford include:
Community events in Stratford revolve around tradition and include livestock shows, barbeques and holiday celebrations. As the Pheasant Capital of Texas, Stratford farmers take on the responsibility of ensuring that the pheasant population is replenished for the December hunting season. The Traditional Day of Driving is another popular event. Each year residents are invited to harness their horses to carriages and partake in a day of driving fun.
The team at Winkelman Heating and Air Conditioning has more than 30 years of experience serving Stratford and the surrounding communities with quality heating and air conditioning repairs, maintenance services and new installations. Our company is staffed with highly trained technicians who are adept at keeping you comfortable while lowering your monthly energy expenses. We take pride in providing our valued clients with timely and affordable solutions for any air conditioning services. Contact us today to request a free estimate!