WINDSOR, MISSOURI HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES
Windsor was first named Belmont before its name was changed to Windsor in 1859. Windsor is named after the Windsor Castle in England. The construction of Windsor was finalized on September 11, 1855. The small town has a large Amish population and offers a lot to do outdoors. It is known for being the crossroads of the Rocky Island Spur and the Katy Trail. It is the only place where the two trails connect.
Windsor is home to Farrington Park which is large due to Ed Willoughby. Another reason why the park was able to be built was because of the Rock Island railroad. The railroad was expanding to Windsor in 1903 and offered a new way to bring in supplies. The railroad ran past a lake east of Windsor and it only needed access to the lake for the water. That meant the lake was up for grabs. Ed Willougby decided to meet up with the W.E Morse, the General Superintendent of Rock Island railroad. W.E Morse gave the citizens of Windsor permission to use the lake and the property around it as a park as long as the railroad could still have access to the lake’s water. The park’s ownership was transferred to Windsor on July 25, 1954. To this day, the park is still used for festivities and holidays such as Windsor’s Fourth of July celebration. You can read more about Windsor’s history here and here, where we found all of our information.
Partney Heating and Cooling provides HVAC services such as installing and repairing furnaces, air conditioners, and ductwork. We also offer ductwork cleaning. We work on both residential and commercial properties. We have been serving small towns just like Windsor for over twenty years. Give us a call or use the form below to schedule an appointment in Windsor, Missouri. We won’t disappoint you!