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

Res-Com Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to serve the Rye 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 Rye, NY - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Rye is the oldest enduring settlement in Westchester County, which got its start in 1660 when Peter Disbrow, John Coe and Thomas Studwell came from Greenwich. A year later, John Budd joined them. The 4 men were able to negotiate a treaty with the local Mohegan Indian tribe and all purchased the entirety of the area that is now the City of Rye. In 1665, Connecticut combined these various settlements under the name of Rye. In 1683, Rye was given to the Province of New York by King Charles II as a gift to his brother. The citizens of Rye protested but by 1700, Rye became part of New York by royal decree permanently. The State of N.Y. formally recognized the Town of Rye, and distinguished its borders in 1788. Rye remained an isolated community. Communication with the rest of humankind came at a snail's pace but there were assets to the area.  Seasonal weather, gorgeous landscapes and plenty of farmland attracted early settlers.

Land was cleared for agricultural purposes. Docks were built, ferries were run and grist mills were established. Oystering was an important early occupation in Rye.  The Rye-Oyster Bay ferry began running in 1739, and the “grand opening” was a huge and exciting community event. The New York-Boston stagecoach made its first run in 1772 and the Rye to New York steamboat service as well as the New Haven Railroad created a great deal of interest in the area and by the mid 19th century it was a popular summer resort town where people came to sun themselves along the beaches of the Long Island sound.

 At present, the City of Rye is a distinctive blend of everything that people love about small t own life. The community retains its time-honored ambiance of serene suburban life. Approximately a third of Rye’s working residents travel to New York City for work each day. Single-family homes cover about three-fifths the town, with another fifth of the land dedicated to leisure and preservation. Only 5% of all property in Rye used for any type of trade and commerce. Careful planning has allowed the town to keep hold of its residential nature. Rye’s extraordinary natural assets include a protected harbor along Long Island Sound, tree-lined streets, creeks and brooks, wooded areas, and lovely rolling hills. In any season, rain or shine, sun or snow, the town is nothing if not beautiful.