Crothersville, IN Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Edmundson Mechanical Services Inc is proud to serve the Crothersville community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.

Please call us today at 812-524-2600 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Crothersville, IN - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Crothersville is a lovely small Midwestern town with seasonal weather and some interesting history. As a matter of fact, the land now called Crothersville was first inhabited by Shawnee Native Americans. The land where Crothersville would eventually be was owned by the chief of the tribe, but the surrounding area was open. The white man began building homes in 1848 and the town was originally called Haysville.  When the railroad was constructed from Louisville to Indianapolis, Crothersville was added as a stop and the train depot made for commerce and industry in the small settlement.

Speaking of interesting history – this part of Indiana has no shortage. The nearby town of Greensburg, for example, is home to a very unusual tree grove…which has risen atop the courthouse tower.  For over 100 years and at 110 feet above the lawn level of the courthouse, these trees have mysteriously grown and no one knows quite how or why.  Another adjacent town, Columbus, is home to 7 buildings on the National Register of Historic Buildings and schools, churches, offices, homes (and more!) in town were designed by architectural icons that have made their mark on history in the small Indiana town. The Pioneer Village in Salem is another example of a fun way to explore Indiana history.  The village is a living exhibit that commemorates the 1840s in Indiana.  Do keep in mind, however, that it is only open June – September, when the weather is warm enough.

The adjacent town of Madison is well-known for its history, as well.  However, it is what is going on now in town that may excite you the most.  It is a great place to spend time socializing, enjoying the great outdoors, eating great food, and even antiquing.  In addition, since the town is on the water, you can put your boat right into the Ohio River… or you can pull up and tie off so that you can spend the day in Madison.  Madison’s location on the river gives residents and visitors the chance to watch the flowers bloom all around the water in the spring and, in winter, admire the ice and snow that drifts with the currents.

On a warm spring day, take a carriage ride or trolley around town to check out everything that it has to offer. Then, jump off and head out shopping at some of the town’s unique boutiques and specialty shops.  There are aromatherapy stores, clothing stores, music shops and more.  It all just depends on what you fancy.  With the many shops, lovely restaurants, outdoor opportunities and lovely river views – Madison is the biggest little town that you may ever see! (Please note that the shops’ winter and autumn hours often vary from their summer and spring hours).