Larchmont, NY - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

Res-Com Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to serve the Larchmont 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 914-347-3402 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Larchmont, NY - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Larchmont is a community not far from New York City with the suburban feeling that families love and an easy commute for people who work in the big city. This part of the country is beautiful all year round but particularly stunning in the autumn as leaves fall and the breezes kick up. The towns in the area have all worked hard to maintain a small-town traditional feeling and the ambiance is down-home and upscale all at once.

The Long Island Sound attracts visitors to this area in the summer, as well. Boaters, swimmers and fishermen all enjoy this region’s slower pace and beautiful surroundings. It is a community with an undeniable character and a sense of neighborliness you do not see everywhere. Larchmont is not huge or tiny, casual or fancy, old or new – it’s a balance of the best of all of those things. But, where did the name “Larchmont” come from?

In the winter, tall, wispy conifers that look bare and dead. More than likely they are hale and hearty, live larches. This “rebel” tree sheds its needles every autumn. This is extremely unusual as most other conifers that stay green all year – hence, evergreen trees. So, where did they come from? Most likely they are non-native European and/or Asian species that would have been planted ornamentally.  There are only two species of larches native to this continent - the eastern larch or tamarack, and the western larch. The history as to how they made it into town is interesting. A respected and wealthy man built a home along a busy thoroughfare and asked his gardener to plant something that would block out the noise and dust. His gardener sent to Europe for larch seeds. Researchers have discovered that these trees are efficient processors of carbon dioxide and huge forests of larches in Siberia have created a “carbon sink.” This is a spot where carbon dioxide is absorbed and retained and climatologists believe that this species could possibly have uses for countering the Greenhouse Effect.