Northern Utah is an awesome place to live if you can take the heat… literally. In the summer, temperatures climb well into the nineties, sometimes reaching over 100⁰. In the winter, temperatures rarely reach above freezing and sometimes fall to the single digits. When your home is comfortably heated and cooled, though, the extreme outside temperatures don’t seem so bad.
In Woodland Estates, a residential area at the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range, outdoor activities are plentiful. That means an optimal HVAC system is absolutely essential. You wouldn’t want to come home after a long day of hiking only to experience a wall of heat when you walk through your front door. HVAC Utah services Woodland Estates and surrounding areas. Let us worry about all of your HVAC concerns, so you can get back to living life to the fullest.
To the southeast of Woodland Estates is the beautiful Lybee Reservoir. This reservoir is smaller than most of Utah’s reservoirs, but its proximity to the Wasatch Mountains make for a spectacular view. This reservoir has no streams or creeks attached to it. In fact, the reservoir is also known as Bybee pond. This unique feature backs several of the homes in the area, giving a little added appeal for the homeowners surrounding the pond.
Woodland Estates’ proximity to the mountains means that it is a prime location for hiking. You never have to travel far to experience an exciting new trail. There are hundreds to choose from in the South Ogden area. There is one hike that begins in the center of Woodland Estates. The Dry Canyon trailhead is nestled between two neighborhood blocks at the base of the mountain. Trees line either side of this trail, providing hikers with a shady hiking experience. The hike itself is only a mile and a half there and back, so advanced hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will not find this trail terribly challenging. Even if this trail isn’t as challenging as it could be, the ease of access should be a plus for any Woodland Estates resident. If you want more of a challenge, you will have to travel a little further to find a good trail, but they are all over Weber County. In fact, Weber Pathways, an organization working to document all of the trails in Weber County, 66 different trails are listed. If you are willing to drive a little, there are hikes for every skill level near Woodland Estates.
This wooded residential area is a great place to live. Proximity to hiking trails and other outdoor activities appeal to residents who want to get out and experience nature. For the residents who don’t, there are gorgeous views out of their windows and a nice neighborhood to boot. All of the benefits of living in Woodland Estates will be hard to enjoy if you are miserably hot or cold all of the time, though. If you are struggling to regulate the temperature in your home, HVAC Utah can help. Give us a call!