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Clyde, OH 43410

Clyde, 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 Clyde 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

    Settled along the fringes of the Great Black Swamp, Clyde was established in 1820. Best known as the setting for Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 collection of short stories, Winesburg, Ohio, Clyde was named after the New York hometown of an early resident. Clyde joined the automobile industry in the early 20th century by hosting Elmore Manufacturing, a brass era company. Clyde was also somewhat notoriously known as ”Little Chicago,” as it was frequented by Al Capone during the days of prohibition. Today Clyde is the home of a Whirlpool Corporation Plant, the world’s largest washing machine manufacture. Clyde also is the location of the home of the second-highest ranking Union Officer during the Civil War, General James B. McPherson. Born in 1828, James B. McPherson was raised in Clyde before attending and graduating first in his class at West Point. He was mortally wounded in the battle of Atlanta 1864.