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Founded in the early 1800s, the city of Orange was originally called Green Bluff, a name bestowed in honor of Sabine River boatman Reason Green. Its name was changed to Madison in 1840 to honor President James Madison, but the moniker resulted in frequent confusion with the Texas town of Madisonville. In 1858, the city received its present name.

In the late 19th century, Orange was home to a whopping 17 sawmills, making it the center of the growing Texas lumber industry. The city received its first courthouse in 1898. World War I saw the city grow substantially as a center of shipbuilding, owing to its deep-water location on the Gulf of Mexico. With the establishment of a U.S. Naval Station during World War II, the population peaked at 60,000. The last half-century has seen Orange's population decline somewhat, but it is still a center of commerce and industry in eastern Texas.


With its location on the border with Louisiana, Orange has the distinction of being the easternmost city in Texas, and it has a deep-water port right on the Gulf of Mexico. According to the 2010 Census, the city limits enclose just over 21 square miles of land.


Today, Orange is a city of just under 19,000 people, of whom just over 60 percent own and maintain their own homes. Orange is also home to nearly 2,400 locally owned businesses.

Orange, TX, Attractions

There's plenty of history in Orange County, and one of the best places to go to explore that history is the Stark Museum of Art. Founded in 1978, the Stark Museum is home to one of the nation's largest collections of art and artifacts from the American West. The affiliated W.H. Stark House is a restored Victorian home that is one of the area's most popular destinations, showing the influence of many different architectural styles.

One of the most serene locations to visit in Orange is the Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, a world-class nature facility that houses more than 300 plant species. The Strickland Mall is a top local shopping center.

Climate in Orange, TX

Like its neighbors in eastern Texas, Orange enjoys a warm subtropical climate. Even in the winter months, low temperatures rarely dip below freezing, and the summer heat typically surges into the low 90s Fahrenheit. Great air conditioning service is thus a must-have for Orange residents.

Thermacon Service Company in Orange, TX

As one of the top air conditioning repair, maintenance and installation providers in the area, we at Thermacon Service Company are proud to serve our friends and neighbors in Orange County. Our technicians are all licensed and registered with the state of Texas, and most hold NATE certification, the top qualification in the HVAC industry. This certification means that our air conditioning service professionals know how to maintain and repair all makes and models of cooling equipment, and we bring those skills to residential, commercial, industrial and marine settings alike.

Whether you need a brand-new air conditioner for your Orange, TX, home or a replacement for an aging system, our installation team is ready to help. As a factory authorized dealer, we offer outstanding Lennox brand air conditioners and always make sure the systems we install meet or exceed the manufacturer's specifications. We also offer monthly service agreements to keep those essential cooling units in good working order. If you run into trouble with your air conditioner, our air conditioning repair team is available 24/7 to help your family stay cool.

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