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Berlin Heights, OH 44814

Berlin Heights, oh Furnace & Air Conditioner Repair, Sales, service, & installation
Call: 419.626.4525 or 800.953.4525

Established in 1889, Gundlach Sheet Metal Works Inc. has been helping Berlin Heights residents keep comfortable in all kinds of weather. We service most makes and models of furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, and geothermal units and are a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. Our friendly and knowledgeable comfort specialist  will be glad to schedule an appointment and provide you with a free estimate on replacing your older and inefficient unit with a cost and energy saving Carrier heating and/or cooling unit.  In 2001, Gundlach Sheet Metal was awarded the prestigious Golden 30 Award for business excellence. For more information call us at 419.626.4525 or our toll free number at 800-953.4525 or visit our main office at 910 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, OH  44870.

Air Conditioning & Cooling Services

Furnace and Heating Services

  • Furnace Emergency Service
  • Furnace Service & Repair
  • Furnace Maintenance
  • Furnace, Heat Pump & Boiler Sales
  • Furnace Parts
  • Heating Replacement
  • Heater Maintenance Plans

    Originally known as Eldridge, Berlin Heights was settled around 1808 by seven men who set sail from Walnut Creek in Pennsylvania. Hudson Tuttle was born and died on “The Walnut Grove Farm” located on Chapin Road. He was a spiritualist and wrote a number of books on the subject as well as many articles on the history of the area. He founded the “Hudson Tuttle Publishing Company” at his home. His only son, Carl, was one of the leading doctors of the town during the early part of the century. The leading business in the area was the Berlin Fruit Box Company established in 1854 by T.B. Hine and Asa F. Page. Samuel Patterson bought the barrel making and sorghum business in 1858. Joshua Phillips opened the first sandstone quarry on Humm Road. North of this quarry, one of the richest sandstone quarries in the country was opened by George Baillie, an enterprising Canadian who resettled in Berlin Heights and built the largest and most imposing mansion in the township. In 1878 more than 400 carloads of stone were shipped predominantly to New York from a railroad built from the quarry down to the main railroad (known now as the Penn Central) in 1878. At one time there were four cider mills in the area as cider and vinegar comprised another early industry. An agrarian community, Berlin Heights is home to a number of orchards. Burnham Orchards is a family owned and operated farm established in the early 1800s. Burnahm Orchards was the first to bring the Fuji Apple to Ohio. Today the Honeycrisp apple variety has been planted extensively. Quarry Hill Orchards produce a variety of fruits including apples, peaches, nectarines, cherries, plums and pears. In addition to their orchards, a winery was established in 2005. The A.B. Philips & Sons Fruit farm was established over 140 years ago. Philips offers cherries, raspberries, peaches and apples.