Newark, DE - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

T. A. Cochran & Son, Inc. serves Newark's Heating and Cooling needs!

Please call us today at (302) 656-6054 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Newark, DE - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Newark, Delaware is a city found in New Castle County, and it is situated about 12 miles southwest of Wilmington. It is located just east of the Maryland state line and only a mile sound of the tri-point in which Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania all meet, which is called the Twelve-Mile Circle. It is the home to the University of Delaware and approximately 31,500 residents. This historic community was originally settled in 1694, and it was officially established as a town in 1758. Transportation into Newark is made easy with a local rail station that is serviced by Amtrak and SEPTA.

Newark is home to a variety of great attractions that might appeal to both visitors and residents. Outdoor recreation is popular here, with White Clay Creek State Park and the Newark Reservoir being the top natural destinations.  For visitors who are looking for rest and relaxation, booking a day at Limestone Therapeutic Massage or Bliss Unisex Day Spa and Salon is a great idea. The Christiana Mall can provide some retail therapy with a variety of stores, and the Fred Rust Ice Arena offers loads of family fun. There are also several movie theaters located in the community, including Newark Cinema Center 3 and the Regal Peoples Plaza Stadium 17.

Homeowners in Newark generally invest in both home heating and cooling systems, as they will be needed at different points in the year. As part of a humid subtropical climate zone, winters are cool to cold while summers are hot and humid. During the winter months, high temperatures often don’t exceed the freezing point, and while some seasons see considerable snowfall, others are relatively dry. A reliable furnace can keep home interiors comfortable while preventing pipes from freezing. Likewise, the muggy summer conditions can feel stifling without a home air conditioning system in place.