One possible reason for temperature imbalance in your home is insufficient insulation. If some areas of your home are more exposed to the outside elements than others, this can lead to a discrepancy in the overall temperature.
Additionally, if your heating or cooling system is not properly sized for your home, this can also cause an uneven temperature. If you’re experiencing these issues, it’s important to have a qualified technician inspect your home and make any necessary repairs.
If your furnace is not igniting, the first thing you should do is visually inspect the unit. Look for any broken or missing parts that may be preventing the furnace from lighting. You should also check to make sure that there is no ice blocking the unit. If you find any problems, you should correct them before trying to light the furnace again. Or best, call in a professional technician to check your unit and handle the issue.
When shopping for an air conditioner, one of the most important factors to consider is its size. You need to buy an air conditioner that’s the right size for your home. A unit that’s too small won’t be able to keep your home cool, while a unit that’s too large will cycle on and off frequently and cost more to operate.
The best way to determine the size of air conditioner you need is to calculate the cooling load of your home. The cooling load is the amount of energy required to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. To calculate the cooling load, you need to know the square footage of your home and the climate zone you live in.
At Lincoln Heating & Air, we understand how important it is to provide our clients with top-notch HVAC service at every visit. From the moment you call us, we’ll handle all your questions and issues with concern and care, and we guarantee quick repairs or replacements for better peace of mind.
With our premium service, you can count on our technicians to arrive in clean uniforms and work efficiently in an effort to keep your home or office comfortable. Our courteous staff prides itself on quality customer service that’s second-to-none in the industry.
Our team installs and services the following:
We at Lincoln Heating & Air make it a point to provide our clients with the best heating solutions on the market. Our heating specialists will help you choose the perfect heating system for your needs and preferences.
Whether you need a complete installation, repair, or maintenance for your residential or commercial space, we’ve got you covered. Our team has years of experience and knowledge that ensures top-notch performance.
Our team can handle the following heating jobs:
Our Lincoln Heating & Air team has extensive knowledge of all major makes and models of cooling systems, and we’ll help you find the perfect unit for your space. Our extensive knowledge allows us to offer our clients the best possible solutions, subject to their needs and preferences.
Our dedicated technicians are ready to work on any cooling system, whether routine maintenance, installation or repair! We’ll always strive to offer you the very best air conditioning service possible.
We offer the following A/C services:
Trust us and rest easy knowing your heating and air conditioning problems are in the best of hands! We offer a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee on all our services to provide you with nothing but the absolute highest quality HVAC service.
Our team of knowledgeable professionals is constantly learning on top of their training for new skills and ideas to serve our clients better. Call us today at (775) 984-8010 to learn more!
Such an efficient, friendly technician..Great experience with Lincoln.😀
I have a new Toll Brothers home in Wingfield where I've been dealing with AC compressor / condenser issues. Davey came out, diagnosed, and documented the issues. After the initial troubleshooting period he offered me up options. We discussed, debated, and came to an agreement on the best course of action for my challenge. The product to resolve my current challenge was installed, and I couldn't be happier.
We had some inconveniences when first moving into this house with our current AC and Furnace setup which tested my confidence with the company. Luke setup our smart thermostat and replaced what a absolutely needed done at this time. It was an inconvenience with extra cost but he did a good job and put my put previous hesitations more at ease with having improper setups. We have spring and fall maintenance done routinely every year, and will continue to use this company with our warranty.
Tim was great. Got here on time, explained what he was doing, finished in a timely manner.
To the 4 gentlemen, Henry, Christopher, Dustin and Andy. Great work on the AC and Furnace and cleanup. Your willingness to answer my questions and knowledge you shared is much appreciated. Thank you Lincoln heating and air earned a life time repeat customer.
Luke was thorough, explained everything to where I could understand it. Professional and courteous.
Reed came to do my first inspection after my 2022 fall Rheem A/C installation. He was very personable and professional, allowing me to tag along and ask for explanations of the procedures, etc. I will request him for service in the future!
Fan motors are expensive but the service was amazing, they worked well with my schedule and Keegan got the job quickly and professionally. I’m happy with the service. Would definitely recommend them.
Upon arrival I began by greeting and speaking with the customer, I was then shown the locations of the equipment (upstairs closet) I began my diagnostic on that system and was determined to be the wrong system and appears to operate properly, once correct equipment location was given (roof top package unit) I was able to begin correct diagnosis, upon arrival at the unit I observed the gas and power were off, I removed the access panels and searched for a data plate, data plate appears to have been sun faded off. I then examined the furnace and found at the heat exchanger plate and severe corrosion inside the system both at the heat exchanger and inside the furnace compartment, I then hooked up my guages and tested the AC system, AC system appears to be flat on refrigerant, but without a data plate to determine which refrigerant goes into the system we are unable to recommend any repairs at this time. At this time i recommend a third party diagnostic, or replacement of the roof top pack
Upon arrival, I changed one 18x24 filterand turned on thermostat. I started my service by removing, cleaning, and reinstalling burner tubes and flame sensor. Removed and cleaned condensation drain trap in sink as a courtesy to ensure no blockages. Blower motor is ECM so no need for capacitor. Then I tested amp draws on blower motor and inducer motor. Blower motor amp draws were reading 6.16amps, inducer motor amp draws were reading 2.21amps which are both normal and within tolerance. Temperatures at return were 73.4°F, temperatures at supply were 111.4°F giving a temperature rise of 38°F which is normal and within manufacture specifications of 35-65°F temperature rise. Cleared my carbon monoxide detector outside first, then brought it inside to test system. My detector was reading 000PPM. No carbon monoxide present at this time. All temperatures, amp draws, components, and operations were normal at this time. This was customers last appointment included with installation of system, cus
Upon arrival, I checked filter and turned on thermostat. Filter was clean. I started my service by removing, cleaning, and reinstalling burner tubes and flame sensor. Blower motor capacitor is rated for 10MFD +/-5% tolerance. Capacitor’s actual readings were 9.98MFD which is normal and within manufactures tolerance. Then I tested amp draws on blower motor and inducer motor. Blower motor amp draws were reading 11.45amps, inducer motor amp draws were reading 1.21amps which are both normal and within tolerance. Temperatures at return were 81.6°F, temperatures at supply were 142.4°F giving a temperature rise of 60.8°F which is normal and within manufacture specifications of 40-70°F temperature rise. Cleared my carbon monoxide detector outside first, then brought it inside to test system. My detector was reading 000PPM. No carbon monoxide present at this time. All temperatures, amp draws, components, and operations were normal at this time.
Upon arrival I began by greeting and speaking with the customer, I then requested the customer to turn the thermostat up so the furnace came on, after furnace operations were confirmed I shut the unit down, removed the nozzle assembly and replaced the nozzle with a .75/80B, I then replaced the fuel filter, filter gasket, and bolt gasket and tested pump pressure, pump pressure is at 170psig which is within spec, I respaced the electrodes and reassembled the system to test operations and adjust air/fuel ratio til smoke test passed. Smoke test passed. I then tested draft pressures and flue temp, flue temp is 450° and draft pressures are at 0.0 over the fire and -.035 in the flue. Temp split is at 65°. I then performed a safety check on the system, safety check passed. Blower motor amps are at 6.21 amps which are within spec as well. Oil furnace appears to be in operational condition at this time.
Gas valve was turned back off. Upon arrival I Began testing the system after the gas valve was turned back on again. Found that if there is too wide of a temp split between temp inside home to what the thermostat is calling for, auxiliary heat is also called for and turns the AC on, replaced the thermostat and tested both systems for operation, both systems appear to operate properly at this time
Arrived and set my cones out. Dogs name is Clover 1.5 years old. Went to the thermostat in the hallway and set into heating. The 20x30x1 filter is somewhat dirty. Flame levels look good. Inducer motor amp draw 1.11 Heating temperature rise 64° return: 68° supply: 132° Verified FAU MN/SN to our records. CO reading 0 parts per million. Blower motor start capacitor 39.80uF (rated 40+/-10%) HSI ohms 257 (tolerance 40-80) *way out of spec* Pressure port is clear. Pressure switch O.L on off. Pressure switch closes on -.40inWC (rated -.40) Removed and cleaned the burner assembly. Cleaned the flame sensor. Inspected the heat exchangers. Explained to the customer the HSI is way out of spec/ likely to fail and presented her with an estimate for replacement including the trip charge. Customer agreed and singed off. Went to the Lennox supplier to pick up the HSI. New HSI ohms 37.1 Installed the new HSI into the burner mounting. Flame sensor reading 2.5 milliamps (range 1-5) blower amp draw 3.99
Arrived and set my cones out. Went to the thermostat in the great room and turned it into heating. Inducer amp draw 0.79 (rated .97) CO reading at 0 parts per million. Heating temperature rise 45° return: 74° supply: 119° (range 35-65°) Removed competitors sticker and restickered the FAU. Edified FAU MN/SN in our records. Allowed the system to heat for 15 minutes uninterrupted. Inducer pressure port is clear. Pressure switch closing on -.26inWC (rated -.30) Pressure switch O.L on off. Checked all FAU connections - all are tight. Blower wheel is clear and spins freely. Removed and blew out burners. Flame levels look good. Flame sensor 2.8 milliamps (range 1-5) Blower motor amp draw 3.0 (rated 5.7) system appears operational at this time. Would recommend a water heater maintenance if one has not been done in over a year.
Upon arrival, I checked filter and turned on thermostat. Filter was relatively clean. I started my service by removing, cleaning, and reinstalling burner tubes and flame sensor. I went to Blew through condensation drain trap as a courtesy to ensure no blockages, however condensation drain trap is hard glued into collector box of inducer motor. I informed customer of potential issues related to a clogged condensation drain trap and gave customer a quote on installing jones valve to blow out line. Customer wanted to wait for now. Emailed over quote for when customer is ready. Blower motor capacitor is rated for 40MFD +/-5% tolerance. Capacitor’s actual readings were 39.74MFD which is normal and within manufacturers tolerance. Then I tested amp draws on blower motor and inducer motor. Blower motor amp draws were reading 5.90amps, inducer motor amp draws were reading 2.19amps which are both normal and within tolerance. Temperatures at return were 70°F, temperatures at supply were 126°F giv
Called customer went straight to voicemail. Went out to house and customer no longer needed our service.
Gas valve was left off from AC install, turned gas back on and tested system, furnace appears to be operational at this time.