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

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

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

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

Wilmington is the largest city in Delaware, and it has a population of nearly 71,000 residents. The community is found near the confluence of Brandywine Creek and the Christina River, and it serves as the county seat of New Castle County. In addition to being the most populous city in Delaware, Wilmington is also the most readily accessible, so the community has seen significant economic success. Wilmington is a national financial center in the credit card industry, and it is also prominent within the industries of insurance, retail banking, and legal services. There are also several colleges that operate within the city, including the Delaware College of Art and Design and Delaware Technical Community College.

Wilmington serves as the state’s largest cultural area, so there a variety of attractions located here. Art enthusiasts should visit the Delaware Theatre Company or the Delaware Art Museum, and visitors who are looking to take in some natural scenery may prefer trips to Bellevue State Park or the Wilmington and Western Railroad. History buffs will also enjoy a trip to Wilmington and should be sure to visit the Rockwood Museum, Hagley Museum and Library, and Nemours Mansion and Gardens.

Wilmington is found within the northern portion of a humid subtropical climate zone. Summers are hot and humid, and in July, the average daily high temperature is in the mid-70s. However, there are over 20 days per season in which high temperatures exceed 90 degrees. Residents will typically invest in an energy-efficient air conditioning system in order to beat the heat when the hottest summer weather strikes.

Winters in Wilmington are typically cool to cold in temperature. Snowfall is variable, with some winters witnessing major snowstorms and others experiencing very little snow. The daily high in January is 32 degrees Fahrenheit, meaning many days the thermostat won’t exceed the freezing point many days. Without a heat pump or furnace in place, dangerous conditions could exist.