COLUMBUS, OH — Wrench Group, LLC (“Wrench”) announced it has acquired Buckeye Heating & Cooling (“Buckeye”), a provider of air conditioning and heating services in the Columbus area since 1948.
Worthington, Ohio-based Buckeye becomes the 24th company in the Wrench family of brands and represents Wrench’s expansion into its 18th market nationwide and its fourth market in the Midwest. Wrench has now added 14 home services brands to its roster since March, 2020.
Buckeye will operate under the service umbrella of Williams Comfort Air, an Indianapolis-based home services company with locations in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. Williams Comfort Air joined the Wrench family in 2021 as its Midwest flagship.
“Columbus is a growing market, and Buckeye is a growing business to match it,” said Ken Haines, CEO of the Wrench Group. “Everything from their service approach to their name embodies the spirit and traditions of the city. We’re excited to have them on board, as it will allow us to continue to grow and expand across the Midwest.”
“We are thrilled to be joining Wrench Group under the Williams Comfort Air banner, which has built a reputation for outstanding customer service among homeowners in the Midwest and aligns with our values as a company,” said Brad Wentz, president and owner of Buckeye Heating & Cooling. “This partnership will allow us to continue to deliver the same great experience our clients have come to expect, while adding the technology, supply chain, and operations support to foster our growth into the future.”
A player in the market for over 70 years, Buckeye Heating & Cooling specializes in heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality services, solutions, and products. The company offers 24-hour emergency repair services and backs its work with quality guarantees.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Buckeye will retain its local leadership and management, and continue to operate under its current brand. They currently have approximately 35 team members, and serve thousands of customers across the Columbus area.