Westland Heating and Air Conditioning in Westlake, OH
For more than 25 years, Westland Heating and Air Conditioning has been a trusted provider of heating and air conditioning services throughout Westlake and surrounding areas. From residential heating and air conditioning installation, maintenance and repair to advanced design build and diagnostic work on commercial HVAC systems for new and existing construction, Westland has the experience you need to get the job done right.
Our Westlake air conditioning and heating technicians are trained in the newest technologies in the industry and can ensure you have everything you need, whether installing a brand new HVAC system, repairing your current system or signing up for annual maintenance service to keep your system working like new.
When you call Westland Heating and Air Conditioning, you are getting a trusted provider with HVAC technicians that have more than 100 years of combined experience providing exceptional service to homes and businesses throughout Westlake, Avon, and surrounding areas.
Contact Westland to learn more about our services, and some of the cutting edge systems we can install for you to save money and improve comfort in your home or business.
- Mitsubishi Electric
- Angie's List
- Dectron Internationale
- Associated Builders and Contractors
We Accept the Following Payment Types:
- American Express
Financing Available For All New Installations
September 10, 2014
When you need a new water heater, you want to choose the option that’s best for your home. There’s a lot of talk about the efficiency of tankless water heaters, but are these always the right choice? Despite the high efficiency of tankless systems, standard storage tank water heaters remain the most popular units found in homes today.
September 1, 2014
You may have heard about the fashion faux pas of wearing white after Labor Day. In the present, this tradition is usually treated as old fashioned and a joke. Few people will criticize you for wearing white articles of clothing after the first Monday in September, or even take notice of it except to wonder why it was ever a major concern at all.