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Welcome to Dutch Heating and Cooling
Our company specializes in expert level service, repair, maintenance, replacement, and installation on all makes and brands. As a certified heating and cooling contractor we will maintain, repair or replace your air conditioner, heat pump, gas furnace, air handler, thermostat, heater, air filter, humidifier, UV light (Ultraviolet light), and all other generalities supporting your home’s heating and cooling equipment at acceptable prices.
LOCAL CARMEL, INDIANA ATTRACTIONS
Carmel Farmers Market
Founded in 1998, the Carmel Farmers Market is one of the largest in the State of Indiana with over sixty vendors of Indiana-grown and/or produced edible products. The Market, which is managed by an all-volunteer committee, is held each Saturday morning from mid-May through the first weekend of October. Held on Center Green at the Palladium.
Carmel Monon Community Center
A water park and mega-fitness center is the center piece of Carmel’s Central Park which opened in 2007 . The Outdoor Water Park consists of two water slides, a drop slide, a diving board, a lazy river, a kiddie pool, a large zero depth activity pool, Flowrider and a lap pool. The state-of-the-art fitness center consists of an indoor lap pool, a recreation pool with its own set of water slides and a snack bar, gymnasium, 1/8 mile indoor running track, and the Kids Zone childcare.
Just north of 116th St., between Gray Road and Hazel Dell Parkway, you will find Flowing Well Park, which contains a natural artesian well that provides very high quality drinking water.
The Monon Trail is a bicycle trail that is part of the Rails-to-Trails movement. It runs from 10th near downtown Noblesville through Broad Ripple and then crosses into Carmel at 96th Street and continues north through 146th Street into Westfield. In the future, it is planned to run all the way to Sheridan.
Carmel Arts & Design District
The Carmel Arts & Design District is dedicated to the arts in Old Town Carmel. Designed to promote small businesses and local artisans, Carmel’s burgeoning Arts and Design District and City Center have become one of central Indiana’s most luring attractions for residents and visitors. Centered at the intersection of Main Street and Range Line Road in Old Town Carmel and flanked by Carmel High School on the east and the Monon Greenway on the west, the Carmel Arts and Design District includes the award winning Carmel Clay Public Library, the Hamilton County Convention & Vistitor’s Bureau and Welcome Center and a prodigious collection of art galleries, boutiques, interior designers, cafes and restaurants. Lifelike sculptures by John Seward Johnson II, “The Normal Rockwell of American Sculpture”, ornament the streets of the District. The District hosts several annual events and festivals. Celebrating decades of automobile engineering and craftsmanship, the Carmel Artomobilia Collector Car Show showcases a vast array of classic, vintage, exotic and rare cars and art inspired by automobile design. Every September, the Carmel International Arts Festival features a juried art exhibit of artists from around the world, concerts, dance performances, and hands-on activities for children.
Carmel City Center
Carmel City Center is a one million square foot, mixed-use development located in the heart of Carmel, Indiana. Carmel City Center is the location for The Center for the Performing Arts, which includes a 1,600 seat concert hall named “The Palladium” and a 500-seat theater named “The Tarkington” and a 200-seat black box theater. This pedestrian-based development is located at the southwest corner of City Center Drive (126th Street) and Range Line Road.
The community can reflect and enjoy the landscaping in this restful setting, easily accessible from the Monon Trail. Ground was broken for the Japanese Garden south of City Hall in 2007. The garden was dedicated in 2009 as the 15th anniversary of Carmel’s Sister City relationship with Kawachinagano, Japan was celebrated. An Azumaya style tea gazebo was constructed in 2011 and dedicated on May 2.