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Mt. Pulaski, IL - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

Bret Tripplett Heating & Cooling, LLC serves Mt. Pulaski's Heating and Cooling needs!

Please call us today at 217-651-8683 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Mt. Pulaski, IL - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Located at the geographic center of the State of Illinois, Mt. Pulaski is situated in Logan County and is home to about 1,500 people. It’s a family-friendly community with a slow pace of living made up of retirees, farmers, commuters, and young families. Much of the community’s activities involve the local schools, including Mt. Pulaski High School, which have reached state competitions in both extracurricular and academic capacities.  Mt. Pulaski also hosts a variety of community events, including the Easter Egg Hunt and Roll, the Christmas Parade, and the Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival.

There are several interesting places to visit in Mt. Pulaski. The Square is the city’s social center, offering unique shops, craft beer, and delicious restaurants. The Pt. Pulaski Township Historical Museum teaches visitors about the community and the important people that influenced it. History enthusiasts will want to check out the Mount Pulaski Courthouse State Historic Site, where Abraham Lincoln practiced law prior to his rise to the presidency. Residents and visitors of Mt. Pulaski may also enjoy an ice cream cone at The Dairy Bar.

Winters in Mt. Pulaski are not for the weak. Temperatures drop throughout the autumn season, and by January, daytime highs only average at about 34 degrees Fahrenheit. Overnight lows can plummet even further into single digits, and snow is common throughout the season. To stay safe and to keep utility costs affordable, homeowners are wise to invest in a furnace with a high AFUE rating. Plus, when temperatures drop, Mt. Pulaski homeowners need a heating company that they can rely on when HVAC problems arise.

Summers in Mt. Pulaski are quite different from wintertime conditions. The temperature heats up throughout the spring, and by July, average daily highs are well into the 80s. Humidity levels are also high, but the right central AC will cool off indoor temperatures while also removing excess humidity from circulating air.