One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning - Cleveland

1750 Moore Rd
Avon, OH 44011
(440) 934-6000
www.onehourcleveland.com
Contact: Bulloch, Josh
Business Description: We have 32 employees. Straight forward pricing. We give you an upfront repair cost before we start any work. No hidden fees or charges. No extra charge for 24 hour emergency service. Financing available on new equipment. Additional phone number - (440) 319-3924. Additional DBAs - Airtron Heating & Air Conditioning, One Hour, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning.
In Business Since: 1983
Service Area: Cuyahoga, Lorain & portions of Ashtabula County
On Angie's List Since: 8/6/1999
Warranties: Ask for details
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: 24/7
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: Amherst | Ashtabula | Avon | Avon Lake | Bay Village | Beachwood | Bedford | Bedford Heights | Berea | Bratenahl | Brecksville | Broadview Heights | Brooklyn | Brooklyn Heights | Brookpark | Chagrin Falls | Cleveland - Downtown | Cleveland Heights | Cuyahoga Heights | East Cleveland | Elyria | Euclid | Fairview Park | Garfield Heights | Gates Mills | Highland Heights | Highland Hills | Independence | Lakewood | Linndale | Lorain | Lorain County | Lyndhurst | Maple Heights | Mayfield | Mayfield Heights | Middleburg Heights | Moreland Hills | Newburgh Heights | North Olmsted | North Ridgeville | North Royalton | Oakwood | Olmsted Falls | Parma | Parma Heights | Pepper Pike | Richmond Heights | Rocky River | Seven Hills | Shaker Heights | Sheffield Lake | Solon | South Amherst | South Euclid | Strongsville | University Heights | Valley View | Vermilion | Walton Hills | Warrensville Heights | Westlake
 
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