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About Us

Lincoln Heating & Air in Reno & Sparks, NV

Abraham Lincoln encouraged us all to reach our potential when he said, “Whatever you are, be a good one.” As a company, we strive to follow his advice. That, coupled with hard work, integrity, and ensuring that our customers get the best deal possible has made Lincoln Heating “a good one”, in fact, it has made Lincoln Heating the best! And that’s why the Nevada Small Business Administration has named us Family Owned Small Business of the Year 2016.

We love our local parades! Lincoln Heating & Air has sponsored two youth groups in producing a feature each year. First, a show of festively decorated horses ridden by youth cowgirls.  Second, a feature in our veterans day parade re-enacting the famous flag-raising in the pacific during WWII and a thrilling terrorist chase complete with defusing a bomb. These acts have been featured in the Reno Gazette Journal and the Sparks Tribune!

Boy Scout Troop 710

Robert Quirk, president of Lincoln Heating and Air has been the scoutmaster of troop 710 for many years. He has led boys on many adventures including a 50 mile canoe trip around Lake Tahoe and a 32 mile hike in 32 hours through the Mount Rose Wilderness. His influence has led to dozens boys becoming good contributing citizens and receiving the highest youth award in scouting. The Eagle Scout award.

Eagle Canyon Youth Theater Group

Robert and Danielle Quirk, owners of Lincoln Heating & Air have sponsored, directed, and produced a youth play group in Spanish Springs for many years. They have produced over 30 performances and 9 plays. Including one they wrote themselves called Homer Noodleman. Over 150 youth have participated in the program and performed to over 7500 members of our community!

Girls Summer Camp Obstacle Course

Danielle and Robert, owners of Lincoln Heating & Air, have designed and built a professional obstacle course for a local girl’s camp. The course is used by thousands of girls each year and features a rope bridge, fireman’s wall, rope swing, army crawl, trampoline vault, rope ladder, and many more obstacles. Over 20 obstacles in total! In the words of one Air Force Service member “It’s better than boot camp!”

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