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Different houses require different size HVAC systems to maintain a comfortable temperature. There are a variety of factors to consider, including the square footage of your house, the number of windows, the insulation, and more. 

As a general rule of thumb, a 1500 square foot home will require a 1.5-ton unit, while a 2500 square foot home will need a 2.5-ton unit. However, it’s always best to consult with an HVAC professional to accurately assess what size system you need for your specific home.

An uneven indoor temperature could be caused by various factors, such as inadequate insulation, dirty air filters, or a faulty thermostat.

If your air conditioner is located in an unheated space such as the attic, that could also be contributing to the problem. You might want to have a professional inspect your unit to determine the root cause of the issue and recommend corrective action.

No, the outdoor HVAC unit is designed to withstand the elements and does not require any regular maintenance from you. However, it’s a good idea to keep the area around the unit clear of debris and trim back any bushes or trees that might be growing too close.

If you notice that your AC is making strange noises or isn’t working as efficiently as it used to, that could be a sign that something is wrong, and you should have a professional do a thorough inspection.

Your Go-To Experts for Delivering Quick, Efficient & Affordable Heating and Cooling Services in Reno, NV

HVAC Services RenoServing all of Reno, NV, and neighboring areas, Lincoln Heating & Air is your one-stop-shop for everything HVAC. From installation and repair to maintenance and tune-ups, our team is equipped to handle any job, big or small. And because we understand that comfort is important to you and your family, we work quickly and efficiently to get the job done right the first time.

Our wide range of services include:

We Install, Repair, and Maintain Air Conditioning Units

AC Services RenoAC on the fritz? Need a new system?

No matter what type of air conditioner you have, our team is experienced in performing repairs, maintenance, and replacements in Reno, NV. We work with all makes and models, so you can rest assured knowing we will be able to take care of your unit, no matter what.

We offer the following cooling services for optimal comfort:

Our Heating Services Ensure You Stay Warm All Winter Long

Heater Services RenoIs your furnace not working properly? Are you in need of a new heating system?

Whatever the case may be, our team got your back. From furnaces and boilers to heat pumps and ductless mini-splits, we have the knowledge and experience to handle any job. And because we understand that being without heat is no fun, we offer emergency service to ensure you are never left in the cold.

Give us a phone call if ever you need any of these services in Reno, NV:

  •  Emergency Heating
  •  Furnace Installation & Repair
  •  Heating Maintenance
  •  Other Heating Services

We’re Also Water Heater Experts!

In addition to our air conditioning and heating services, we also offer water heater repair in Reno, NV. Whether you have a gas or electric model, our HVAC pros are well-trained and experienced to take care of it.

Indoor Air Quality Services to Keep Your Family Safe & Healthy

Indoor Air Quality RenoYour home should be a safe haven for you and your family, but did you know that the air inside can be more polluted than the outside? That’s why we offer indoor air quality services designed to keep your family safe and healthy.

Our air quality products include:

  •  Air Purifier Installation
  •  Humidifier Installation
  •  Air Filtration Installation

Install Thermostat or Have Your Gas Line Checked

Thermostat RenoPerhaps you have been planning to install a thermostat to help save energy or improve your home comfort. Or maybe you’ve been meaning to have your gas line checked for leaks. Lucky for you, we are just a phone call away!

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Call us now for a free estimate on any of our HVAC services – (775) 984-8010!

Local Reviews
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Lincoln Heating & Air Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 247 customer reviews

Map of Reno, NV 89506

THorough & Professional

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

I appreciate the responsiveness and helpfulness of my technician. His ability to answer questions and address my concerns is appreciated.

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Map of Reno, NV 89523

Heater preventative maintenance

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

What more can I say. Luke also gets 5 stars! great service.

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Map of Reno, NV 89511

Very Professional

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

Koya arrived on time, told us exactly what he was going to do with each of our heater and blower units and then went to work. He kept me informed on the condition of the units and his test results. He also answered all our questions and concerns. Besides doing an excellent job, he was very friendly and personable - a pleasure to have in our home.

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Map of Reno, NV 89502

Great as always

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Map of Reno, NV 89523

Excellent service

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

Very Positive experience working with Lincoln Heating and Air. My maintenance services were provided by courteous and professional technicians at a reasonable cost. Thank you

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Map of Reno, NV 89521

Excellent service

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Service excellent

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

Very professional Gave me good news. Explain what was completed and possible issues in a couple of years

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Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

Davey is a friendly, helpful, knowledgeable technician. He was very thorough. We will definitely be requesting him for any of our future needs.

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Map of Reno, NV 89512

EExcellent service

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

Very nice .will spred the word around the park. Would like to have some business cards.

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Great service!

Review of Lincoln Heating & Air

We were pleased to see Jeremy come again as he has been great every time he has come to the house. Today was no exception as he was very knowledgeable and efficient.

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Tenant would like for a thermostat that has the auto changeover function to be able to have the thermostat automatically switch over from heat to cool without having to manually change it them selves. Complaint of that when there cooling in the kitchen it gets hotter and that area of the house but stays cooler im the back bedroom. Customer is hoping that by having an auto changeover thermostat it will help with balancing out the hot spot in the kitchen area from the back bedroom by automatically kicking in to cool or Heat depending on the need and temperature in the kitchen. Will get with management to come up with a game. Plan to try and help out with issue.

Near Lakeridge Terrace W, Reno, NV 89509


I arrived to service all 4 furnaces. The customer informed me that he replaced all but 2 filters last week, so I will replace the last 2 with ones he provided. I started with the furnace in the in-law unit above the garage. I turned it on via the there and let it run for 15 minutes to check temperatures and make sure it was not short cycling, it wasn’t. Temperature rise @ 44 degrees (30-60 rated), good, 118 supply, 74 return. 0 ppm carbon monoxide. Inducer motor amps @ 0.69 (0.75 rated), has a little rubbing noise when starting up, but it goes away after a minute or 2, something to keep an eye on. Inducer motor capacitor @ 3.898 (4 rated), ok. Blower motor amps @ 5.7 on the black lead, ok for 1/2 hp motor. Blower motor capacitor @ 6.958 (7.5 rated, no +/- listed, old grey plastic style, probably 10%), low if +/-5-6%, ok if +/-10%. I then took the burners out and cleaned them, blew out the condensate trap, blew out the pressure switch hoses, cleaned the flame sensor and spark

Near Juniper Hill Rd, Reno, NV 89519


Upon arrival I began by greeting and speaking with the customer, I was then shown the locations of the equipment and thermostats, I began by turning the out door twin units on to confirm operations. Once operations were confirmed I then shut them down and began my maintenance, I removed the nozzle assemblies and replaced the nozzles with a .85/80W (left) and a .75/80B (right) I then replaced both fuel filters, housing and bolt gaskets and secured the housings firmly to the fuel supply. I checked and respaced electrodes per my Z gauge and attached my fuel pressure guages to the units, pressures are at 120psig (left) and 150psig (right) I then inspected both cad cells, both appear in good condition. I then checked the capacitors for both units, both are rated for 12.5 and reading 11.98 (right) and 12.63 (left) I tested motor amp draws at 8.67 (right) and 8.49 (left). I reassembled and tested for operations and to dial air/fuel ratio in. Both units began operating properly, adjusted both

Near Smithridge Dr, Reno, NV 89502


Return to replace condensation pump under warranty, install high voltage surge protector and make minor corrections to customer concerns. Seal wall penetration’s get rid of excess slack by strapping pipes. Put batted insulation back in place where work was performed. Test operation of all heads to find everything normal upon departure. Customer stated he was very disappointed in the workmanship that was delivered vs what was promised towards the end of the visit he stated that he was now satisfied with the corrections that were made and was thankful.

Near Filer Rd, Reno, NV 89506


Arrived and set my cones out. Dogs name is Coco. Spoke with homeowner who had us come out due to sierra airs new maintenance plan. Went to the thermostat in the hallway - set into heating. Flame levels look good. Stickered the FAU. CO reading at 0 parts per million. Heating temperature rise 55° return: 74° supply: 129° (range 35-65°) Blower motor start capacitor 7.73uF (rated 7.5+/-6%) Inducer pressure port is clear. Pressure switch O.L ohms on off. Pressure switch closes on -.86inWC (rated -.80) ADDED FAU MN/SN to our records. Pulled and cleaned the burner assembly. Cleaned the flame sensor w/ an abrasive pad. Used a cleaning wipe to clean the outside of the FAU + burner and blower cabinets. Vacuumed out the p trap. Changed out customer provided 20x25x5 filter. Inducer motor amp draw 1.90 (rated 2.3) Blower wheel is clear and spins freely. Flame sensor reading 2.1 milliamps (range 1-5) blower motor amp draw 4.15 1/2 HP System appears operational at this time.

Near Jasper Ln, Reno, NV 89509


Upon arrival we greeted Erik and informed him of how we would proceed with furnace maintenance. We started by checked soot levels to ensure the system was clean enough to start maintenance. We removed the gun assembly and replaced the nozzle (.75 80°W) We then cleaned gun assembly and repositioned electrodes to proper position and reinstalled. We removed old oil filter and replaced with new filter and gaskets. Checked the oil pressure while purging air from oil lines. Oil pressure reading 135psi (rated 130psi) confirmed oil is holding pressure after shutting off the system. Blower motor Capacitor reading 9.34mfd (rated 10MFD +-5%) Blower motor amp draws reading 4.7amps (rated 12.1amps) Recommend replacing blower cap since it is out of tolerance. After receiving authorization I replaced and installed new capacitor. Flu temp reading 420° which is normal We then smoke tested the system and had a zero smoke reading, which is good. We measured flu draft at draft over fire readin

Near Knox Ave, Reno, NV 89509


Customer requested furnace maintenance 2 units. Master bedroom (outdoor system) Confirmed operation at thermostat. Checked filter location (dirty will need to be replaced. Ran the system in heating for 15 minutes to confirm operation. While the system is running I took the temperature reading of the exhaust. Took amp draw at inducer motor amps read .8amps Exhaust temperature 100°f Checked CO2 with a detector, no co2 detected. Took temperature reading at supply and return to calculate the temperature rise. Supply 142.9°f Return 82.6°f Rise 60°f rated for 40-70°f of rise (within recommended temperatures) Shut system down to clean burner rack, flame sensor and burn cabinet. Washed out burner rack and blew out dust with compressed nitrogen. Checked hot surface igniter read 49.9ohms recommended replacing at 100 ohms. Checked blower motor amps on highest setting(ecm motor not run capacitor) amps read 3.7amps Restored power the the system and confirmed operation. Main living (indoor

Near Livermore Dr, Reno, NV 89519


Came out to check over venting issues. Went underneath house to look at ductwork. Most of ductwork is in insulation layer but did find transition duct connecting both sides was flattened out in the middle. Transition duct also has water inside. Transition duct will need to be changed out at this point. No air will make it through transition duct ( 12 in ). Also noticed a duct with nothing attached to it. Will provide estimate for repair.

Near Cabernet Pkwy, Reno, NV 89512


Upon arrival I began by greeting and speaking with the customer, I was given a run down on the system and it’s symptoms (excessive fuel inside and leaking outside, burning fuel in the firebox after system had been shut down) I then tested the system for operations and malfunction and found that the fuel pump when turned on is leaking oil into the burner assembly and the squirrel cage is scooping it up and throwing it into the gun tube and burner box. I tested the fuel pump again and found that the seals have failed. Fuel pump replacement and maintenance are recommended to bring the system back to an operational state. System will not operate properly at this time and poses a fire risk, I highly recommend not using the oil furnace till repairs can be made.

Near Belgrave Ave, Reno, NV 89502


Arrived and set my cones out. Went to the FAU - pilot light was out. Tried lighting 3 times w/ no success. The thermocouple was generating 31.2 millivolts (rated 30+/-5) The gas valve is not staying open to keep the pilot on and will need to be replaced. Created an estimate for this customer who states she will need to get the money and call us back to schedule this repair. Billed $89 for today. Added FAU MN/SN to our records.

Near Riesling Loop, Reno, NV 89512

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