About Mussun Sales

Mussun Sales, Inc. is a manufacturer’s representative and distributor for the premier heating, ventilating, and air conditioning products in the HVAC industry. Mussun was founded in 1951 by William G. Mussun, Jr. with a sales office for a half-dozen product lines in the Hanna Building in downtown Cleveland.

Over the years, Mussun Sales has grown and evolved to meet the demands and needs of their customers and an ever changing industry. In 1993 the company’s headquarters moved to its current location, a 50,000 square foot warehouse conveniently located on Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland. The product lines represented have grown to include many new additional lines which complement one another and create a total HVAC package. The extensive warehouse facilities in Cleveland and Columbus allow Mussun Sales to accommodate customer needs with same-day pick-up of materials.

Mussun Sales has grown to become one of Ohio’s largest manufacturer’s representatives. Under the forward-thinking leadership of Geoffrey L. Andres, the company has been quick to adapt with the latest technological and industry advances to enable accurate and timely quotations, ordering, and delivery to customers in the Cleveland, Akron and Columbus markets.

Mussun Sales has supplied material on most of the major buildings in the region including the Key Tower, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center, the new Public Library, Federal Reserve Bank, and Federal Courthouse.

Recent projects include Wooster Community Hospital, Streetsboro High School and Middle School, Akron Children’s Hospital Critical Care Tower, Metro Health Brecksville Center, NEOMED Health & Wellness, Case Western Reserve ThinkBox, the Leader Building, Hotel Breakers at Cedar Point, American Greetings World Headquarters, CCHS Cancer Center, Cleveland Browns Training Facility. Mussun also furnished materials for Smuckers, Summa ACH, Akron General Health & Wellness, Hiram College, Grange Insurance Headquarters in Columbus, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Tower, and the OSU Cancer & Critical Care Tower.