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Professional Heating & Cooling Services in Central Ohio

Our Services

We are proud to offer a wide range of services, performed by professionally trained and certified technicians and designed to meet every customer’s home comfort needs exactly.
For more information, read below or contact us.

Air Duct Cleaning

Everyone today does it, from your local department store to carpet cleaners to professional HVAC contractors. There are many different vacuums used to clean ducts, some better than others. By the nature of the job, it only makes sense to get the job done right, by someone who has been trained to service and install HVAC systems. At Air Supply we use a "Power Duct Vacuum." It is mounted in a trailer we pull behind one of our service vans. All duct cleanings done by us are performed by trained heating and air conditioning service technicians. Large sweeper hoses are run from the trailer to the ductwork at the furnace. The vacuum is turned on and dirt is sucked back to the trailer. Then each register is individually blown down and we access the ductwork at different spots in the basement. Through those access holes (that are sealed after the cleaning), we feed in a Power Duct Whip. This patented whip "scrubs" the dirt off the inside of the duct while the continuous vacuum pulls dirt and debris into its containment area. A proper job will take three to five hours depending on the size of your home and amount of ductwork. We charge $475 for up to 14 openings and $15 per each additional opening.

Indoor Air Quality

A healthy home starts with clean, healthy air.
Healthy Climate® Solutions from Lennox offer the most effective ways to improve the quality of your home's air. From the number-one-rated filtration system to whole-home air cleaners and ventilation, there's an innovative solution you can feel good about.
Looking for Signs of Poor Air Quality
Signs of an indoor air quality problem in your home include musty odors, condensation on windows, discoloration of walls or ceilings, wood warping and peeling or chipping of paint. How you feel is also a good indicator of whether or not you have a problem with indoor air quality.
Preventing Indoor Air Problems
When your home’s air is clean, your family breathes and feels better. Fortunately, clearing the air can be as simple as installing a Healthy Climate® filtration system. Other steps you can take to improve air quality include:
  • Test your home for radon, the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers, according to estimates from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Some states offer free or discounted test kits to the public. Information can be found on
  • Install a carbon monoxide alarm near all sleeping areas
  • Make sure no one smokes in your house
  • Clean regularly to get rid of dust mites, which can aggravate allergies and asthma
  • Make sure anything that burns gas is vented to the outdoors
  • Use cleaning supplies, paints and hobby products that are labeled as low- or no-VOC (volatile organic compound)
The Right Humidity Levels Can Make All the Difference
Properly humidified air not only feels better, but it can also allow you to heat and cool your home at more energy-efficient temperatures. A Healthy Climate® dehumidifier removes excess moisture from your home’s air. Healthy Climate humidifiers add moisture as needed to keep it comfortable.
Impacts of Excessive Humidity
Indoor air that’s too damp feels sticky on the skin, and requires more heating or cooling to feel comfortable. Excessively moist air can also serve as a breeding ground for dust mites, mold, mildew and fungus, and it can ruin furniture, books, clothes and leather items.
What Happens When Air Is Overly Dry
Indoor air that’s too dry can leave skin feeling itchy and dried out. Overly dry air can also increase static electricity, create cracks in furniture and leather, shrink wood floors and furnishings, and cause breathing difficulty or even nosebleeds. When nasal passages dry out, the body can become more vulnerable to respiratory viruses.
Choose Something Better Than Partial Solutions
Portable indoor air quality systems are designed for use in a single room or living area, so they don’t have the capacity to treat the air throughout your entire home. Working with your central heating and cooling system, Healthy Climate Solutions improve the air throughout your home, not just in individual areas.

Solar Solutions

Learn how the SunSource® Home Energy System works to cut your utility costs.
The SunSource® Home Energy System uses free, abundant solar energy to generate electricity for heating and cooling your home. It can even provide enough electricity to power your lights and appliances and more. The SunSource system is expandable, affordable and remarkably uncomplicated.
  • Condensing Unit – Select air conditioners and heat pumps from the Dave Lennox Signature® Collection can be modified with a simple upgrade to serve as the platform for the SunSource Home Energy System.
  • ENERGY STAR®-Qualified – SunSource® condensing units meet or exceed EPA guidelines for energy efficiency. When combined with solar modules in a complete Home Energy System, they can reduce your heating and cooling bills by up to half.
  • Solar Modules – As few as one or as many as 16 solar modules can be added at the time of installation or in the future. These modules convert solar energy into usable electrical power for your home.
  • Communication Module – Uses your broadband Internet connection to send performance information for each solar module to a third-party website where you can see how your SunSource system is working.
  • Performance-Monitoring Website – Gives you 24/7 access to real-time data showing system status, energy production and environmental benefits, including carbon offsets. Monitoring service is provided free for the life of the system.


Servicing all makes and models of gas furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, air handlers, humidifiers, boilers and more.