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

Schiff Air Conditioning & Heating Inc is proud to serve the Boonville 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 812-423-0056 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

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

Boonville was named for Ratliff Boon, one of the area’s most illustrious citizens and public officials at the time. He was a very important man in the area that would become Warrick County. Ratliff Boon came to the Warrick county area in the early 19th century and was commissioned a lieutenant in the territorial militia soon after. In 1817, Boon became Colonel of the Tenth Regiment. Here is a fun fact: Ratliff Boon’s cousin was the notorious and beloved Daniel Boone of Kentucky. Known for his raccoon cap, and his adventurous spirit, Daniel was a rugged outdoorsman while his cousin was a more elegant man. He favored a long coat and top hat in the winter over a fur hat with a tail. Their names are spelled differently and they were much different types of men, but let there be no doubt that their grandfathers were, indeed, brothers.

Ratliff was the first county treasurer Warrick County and was active in politics for more than 2 decades. He was a member of each house of the state legislature, Lieutenant governor of Indiana (acting governor of Indiana in 1824, from September 12 to December 4th) and a member of the US Congressional House of Representatives for 5 terms. In the U.S. Congress he was a member of the House for five terms during 1824-1838. He was also a trusted and faithful advisor to President Jackson. In short, there could be no more respected political figure in the area for which this little hamlet could be named. Today, the town is an active, yet quiet community. You will see people out and about on warm spring and summer days and there is always a friendly neighbor to offer you a hand shoveling snow in winter.

There are wonderful locals with whom to chat but you will never be overwhelmed by noise, cars or smog. It is a small town with a great deal of heart. The changing seasons in the area mean that each month brings new opportunities to try out the fun activities that the local parks and recreation department puts on. For example, The Parks Department held their very first annual Fishing Tournament in the warmth of May of 2016 and it was a huge success. In addition, the nearby town of Newburgh hosts the Wine, Art & Jazz Festival, Fiddler Fest, the Strawberry Festival, and others in the summer and many wonderful events in the fall, and around Christmas.