Radcliff, KY Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Elite HVAC Services LLC is proud to serve the Radcliff 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 (270) 360-0413 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Radcliff, KY - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

The story of this little Kentucky town goes back many, many generations. The part of Kentucky that we recognize as Radcliff currently was once recognized as the Mill Creek area of Kentucky. Kentucky has nice weather, friendly people and a slower pace of life that a lot of people really enjoy.  But, it has grown a great deal over its lifetime.

The first map of Kentucky was published in Radcliff by John Filson in 1784. Though this may not seem like a particularly notable accomplishment now.  In context culturally and historically, it is a pretty fun thing to be able to claim as part of your town history.  However, the area may be best known for its connection to Mr. Thomas Lincoln, father of Abraham, the 16th President.  Thomas purchased his first farm on Mill Creek in 1807.  At that time, Abraham was only two years old.  For this reason, Mill Creek has long been considered one of the likely birthplaces of the impending leader. Thomas kept ownership and worked his Mill Creek farm up until the household moved to Indiana. Thomas’s mother and sister lived out the remainder of their lives in the area. The Thomas Lincoln farm stood positioned at the Southern Border of Radcliff with the family members’ final resting places in the historic local cemetery.  The tradition of an agrarian lifestyle remains present in the local culture and industry. The subtropical climate means that the area great for farming and agriculture and locals love to farm and work hard to create great produce and livestock that they can be proud to bring to market.

Radcliff in popular culture? Yep! Here are a few fun details about the town: Velva Darnell Records opened in 1966 at Radcliff Plaza to concur with the release of her Dot label single “Not Me.” The store had formerly been called “Radcliff Records.”  Velva grew into a consistent performer at numerous local opries. This made Radcliff the hometown of a local star.  A title which locals enjoyed, as all people this area love their communities and support their own hometown heroes.  Southwind Motel (now Econo Lodge) was the third motel built in Radcliff and at the time the only AAA rated motel between Louisville and Elizabethtown.  Because of this, it was frequented by celebrities.  Anita Bryant (Sept 1976); Bill Murray during the filming of “Stripes” (1980); and the Oak Ridge Boys (2004). Jr. Hardin County Playhouse in The Park was opened by the Radcliff Arts Guild during the Summer of 1978 but sadly, the playhouse closed in the winter of 1997 following ice storm damage.  The group still performs, however.