We’re Trane Certified Comfort Specialists. Since 1988, we’ve helped thousands of homeowners in Greater Cleveland, Ohio with their Central Heating and Air Conditioning Service & Installation. We understand our area, climate and what your home needs. We provide the most durable and reliable, energy-efficient brands, so you can live comfortably, all the time.
Central Heating is a very professional company that stands by their work. They have great pricing and very good installers. I recommend them to anyone thinking of using them. My whole family uses Central.
I cannot tell you how pleased we are with Stewart and Central Heating & Air Conditioning Co. He came over for an estimate and wrote a proposal for us and was there to answer any questions. I believe we received more than a fair price for the work that was done - we received a new furnace, air conditioning unit and put another unit upstairs.
Central Heating & Air Conditioning Co. was built from the ground up as a Clevleand heating and cooling company by Stewart Unsdorfer, offering solutions to all your Cleveland heating and cooling needs. We can help you with common problems including repair and replacement of your home heating or air conditioning systems.
We provide HVAC service including repairs, replacements, and installs of new systems to meet all your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you have furnace heating or a historical home with a boiler system, there is an air conditioner solution for you.
As a member of the Better Business Bureau, we're proud of our ZERO complaint record that goes back 19 years. In fact, the BBB nominated us for one of their TORCH AWARDS, which is very rare in the HVAC industry.
We don't guess about anything.
A heat loss, heat gain analysis is performed on every home to determine the correct size of system to be installed. When it comes to HVAC systems, BIGGER ISN'T BETTER! If other companies haven't done the complete analysis (not just square footage), then they're just giving you a 'guesstimate.' If they guess about the size of the equipment, what will they guess about when installing it?