Indoor Air Quality
- HVAC Installation & Replacement
- HVAC Repair
- Rooftop Units
- Building Automation Systems
- Mitsubishi VRF Systems
- Domestic Hot Water Systems
- Heat Recovery Ventilators
- Energy Recovery Ventilators
- Dectron Pool Dehumidification System
- Safety Policies and Commitment
- Commercial Advantage Program
About Westland Heating & Air Conditioning in Westlake, OH
For more than 25 years, Westland Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing exceptional service to customers throughout Westlake and surrounding areas. Our goal in every project we undertake is to provide old fashioned service combined with cutting edge technology and systems that will maximize comfort while minimizing your bills.
Westland Heating & Air Conditioning’s 20 trucks and 45 employees offer commercial HVAC services throughout Westlake and surrounding areas for commercial customers as well as comprehensive residential HVAC services in the suburbs west of Cleveland. With specializations in all forms of residential home comfort and diagnostic work on major HVAC systems, we can keep you and yours comfortable and happy for years to come.
Our technicians are highly trained, with certifications from Trane and Amana as well as full training and certification for Mitsubishi VRF systems and Dectron pool dehumidification systems. With more than 100 years of combined experience, you know you are getting exceptional service when you call Westland Heating & Air Conditioning.
Currently Westland Heating & Air Conditioning offers comprehensive HVAC services to residential and commercial customers throughout Westlake and surrounding areas with more than 10,000 ongoing customers in our database, more than 700 contract customers and 2+ million square feet of commercial space under contract.
If the time has come to have a new system installed in your home or business and you want to hire someone with more than 25 years of experience and leading certifications from some of the industry’s top manufacturers, call Westland Heating & Air Conditioning today.