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Milan, OH 44846

Milan, 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 Milan 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

    Best known as the Birthplace of Thomas Edison, Milan is located along the Milan Canal. Constructed in 1833, the Milan Canal was built to facilitate regional farmers who had to bring their harvests to the Lake Erie ports by wagon, not an easy task due to the sand, wet prairies north and west of Milan. The Milan Canal allowed access to Lake Erie and the Erie Canal. For over 15 years, Milan operated as one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes. The Milan Canal’s history was cut short by the advent of railroads in the 1850s and a flood in 1868 that destroyed the feeder dam. Today, the Erie MetroParks maintain the “Huron River Greenway,” a hiking and biking path along the original canal route. The climate and sandy, fertile soil has led to melon farming which in turn leads to the popular “Melon Festival” held annually on Labor Day weekend. With its 19-th century New England cultural and architectural heritage, Milan has many examples of Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian style buildings.