In 1957, William Smylie started his distinguished career with Smylie Bros. Inc, a local pipe fitters firm that specialized in heavy industrial and commercial engineering projects. His brothers, Leon and Bernie started the company in 1955. Since then the Smylie name has been one of Northeast Ohio’s most trusted and recognizable names in heating & cooling . Their slogan was “Service with a Smylie.” This slogan carries on today with Smylie One Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing Co. In a few short years, Smylie One has established itself as a company built on integrity and trust. Smylie One specializes in residential add-on and replacement along with light commercial, heating, air conditioning, and plumbing installations and services.
The reputation of Smylie One today rests with Steven Smylie and Gary Rosen. They have been working together as a successful team for over 40 years, bringing you experience and expertise in all phases of HVAC, both residentially, and commercially. Smylie One offers a full range of comfort products such as Bryant heating and cooling products, Weil McLain boilers, Honeywell & Aprilaire air treatment products, White Rodgers controls, Rheem hot water heaters and much more. We can provide value engineering options and comfort solutions to the light commercial and residential markets.
For innovative solutions to all of your comfort needs, Smylie One is the company to call. We haven’t been meeting; we have been beating our customer’s expectations. Our friends, family and past customers asked us for service the way it used to be. We kindly obliged! We promise to give you a personal touch, a family touch, for your home or business!
In Memoriam: William Smylie (1935-2011)
Gary H. Rosen
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