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

After Hours Heating & Air is proud to serve the Milton 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 302-945-3310 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

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

Milton is situated at the base of the Broadkill River and the community has been a traditionally important shipbuilding town. The area was first settled in 1675 by British colonists. It was named in honor of poet John Milton. The area is home to some of the most outstanding examples of Victorian and Colonial architecture in Delaware. The Lydia Black Cannon Museum, the Governor James Carey home, the Chestnut Street Cemetery, and the Governor David Hazzard Mansion are just a few of the amazing structures that have been tenderly conserved and restored.  Touring some of these structures would be an ideal way to keep toast and warm on a cold, icy Delaware winter’s day.

But, the area really comes alive in the hot months when the beaches are hopping. Opportunities for getting out in the sunshine in the summer and spring are abundant. Between the Broadkill River, Wagamon's Pond, Diamond Pond and Lavinia Pond, there is always some water fun to be had. A trail called the Governors Walk follows the Broadkill River into the middle of Milton. It is a lovely stroll, great exercise and very relaxing.  It is the perfect way to spend spring or summer day.

The town of Milton’s shipbuilding heritage remains very important to the town and its residents.  The nearby town of Lewes maintains the area's best bike trails - great for bikers, hikers, and even infant strollers. The Nature Conservancy established a preserve along the waterway in the late 1990s. Starting in 2005, an annual canoe and kayak competition are held on the river, which passes through and feeds Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge before it ultimately empties into the Delaware Bay. The history of shipbuilding, boating, fishing and marine adventure are still alive and well all over this area.  Boating, biking, hiking or fishing are all great warm weather pastimes in this part of the country.