Heating Contractors in Zanesville, OH
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Zanesville, Ohio is located on Interstate 70, 50 miles east of Columbus. It is the county seat and largest city (population 25,586) of Muskingum County. Zanesville was founded in 1797 by John McIntire. At one time known as "Clay City" and "Pottery Capital of the World," Zanesville has a tradition in the production of utilitarian and art pottery, traditions that continue to this day. Zanesville is also noted for its unique Y-shaped bridge which spans the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking Rivers. The current structure is the fifth Y Bridge since 1814. Amelia Earhart called Zanesville "the most recognizable city in the country," referring to the Y Bridge’s usefulness as a navigational aid to pilots. Zanesville was the state capital of Ohio from 1810 to 1812. On average, the warmest month is July with temperatures of 62 to 84 degrees. The highest recorded temperature was 103 degrees in 1988. January is the coolest month with averages of 18 to 35 degrees. The lowest recorded temperature was -25 degrees in 1994. The maximum average precipitation occurs in July.
Local Heating / Cooling Parts Suppliers
HABEGGER TOTALINE PARTS CENTER
1169 NEWARK RD.
ZANESVILLE, OH 43701