Lindseys Heating & A.C., Inc.

333 N Santa Anita Ave., Suite 16
Arcadia, CA 91006
(626) 794-1191 - phone
(626) 446-4355 - fax
mark@lindseysheatandair.com
www.lindseysheatandair.com

Hours of Operation: Please Call for Appointment
Lindseys Heating & A.C., Inc.


Welcome:

Been in Business for over 30 years
 
Voted Best of Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley heating and air conditioning by insiderpages.com
 
Member of BBB in excellent standing
 
Member of IHACI and in excellent standing

Lindseys Heating & A.C., Inc.

 

Lindsey’s provides the best possible system in planning sizing of ducts, strategic placement and direction of registers, and in the material we use. All ducts are sized larger to overcome static resistance to air flow.

A poorly designed or poorly installed system, no matter what the brand or quality level, will be a problem forever.

Sales Service
Heating Air Conditioning
Custom Designs Installations
State-of-the-Art System Upgrades All Makes & Models
We specialize in the following products.

FREE Estimates for all installations

Lindseys Heating & A.C., Inc.

Lindseys Heating & A.C., Inc.

Service Areas:

We service all of Los Angeles County.  However we do charge for drive time to and from the following areas.

 

Agoura Hills
Aqua Dulce
Arleta
Bel Air Estates
Beverly Hills
Brentwood
Briggs
Calabasas
Camarillo
Canoga Park
Canyon Country
Castaic
Century City
Chatsworth
Covina
Culver City
Encino
Glendora
Granada Hills
Highland Park
Hollywood
La Brea
Lakeview Terrace
Los Angeles
Los Feliz
Malibu
Marina Del Rey
Mission Hills
Moorpark
Newhall
North Hills
North Hollywood
Northridge
Oxnard
Pacific Palisades
Pacoima
Palms
Panorama City
Playa Del Rey
Porter Ranch
Reseda
San Fernando
Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita
Santa Monica
Saugus
Sepulveda
Shadow Hills
Sherman Oaks
Simi Valley
Stevenson Ranch
Studio City
Sun Valley
Sunland
Sylmar
Tarzana
Thousand Oaks
Toluca Lake
Topanga
Tujunga
Val Verde
Valley Plaza
Valley Village
Van Nuys
Venice
West Covina
West Hollywood
West Los Angeles
Westchester
Westlake Village
Westwood Village
Wilshire
Winnetka
Woodland Hills

 


Tips:

Air Ducts & Vents

You should consider closing vents in seldom or unused rooms, and keep the doors to these rooms closed.

Have your ducts tested for leaks and get them properly sealed and insulated, especially those running through basements, crawl spaces and attics.

 

Energy Savings

When possible, delay heat-generating appliances such as dishwashers, dryers, vacuums, and other major appliances until evening on hot days.

 

Cool it Down

Keep windows closed during the day. This sounds simple, but many people forget to close the windows in the morning, thereby letting hot air into the house during the day.  Open your windows during the evening to allow the cooler breeze to come into your home.

 

Keep your Condenser Cool

Provide shade for your room AC or outside central AC unit. You can increase the efficiency of your unit by as much as 10%. Follow manufacturers guidlines so you don't block crucial air flow.

 

In the Shade

Installing effective shading and/or tinting your windows can create large savings. White window shades or mini blinds can effectively reduce solar heat gain by as much as 50%.

 

Service Contracts Save Money

We'll provide routine maintenance for your air conditioner.  We provide service contracts to ensure your system is properly maintained before the summer and winter weather kicks in.  This will maximize your systems efficiency and help reduce costs. 

 

Ceiling Fans

Use ceiling fans to circulate air when using higher thermostat settings for a cool, comfortable feeling while saving energy. Combine the fans with a higher thermostat setting for optimum comfort and savings.

 

Thermostat Settings

Set temperature slightly higher (80 – 82) when the home/office is unoccupied. Keeping the unit on will prevent it from working too hard to cool down the entire home/office. For example, it is easier to cool down a home/office that is 80 degrees versus one that is 90 degrees.

 

Air Conditioner won’t turn on

 YOU CAN CHECK THESE ITEMS:

  1. CHECK YOUR FILTER TO MAKE SURE IT IS CLEAN AND NOT OBSTRUCTING AIRFLOW.
  2. MAKE SURE THE THERMOSTAT IS IN THE AUTO POSITION AND SET TO COOLING MODE.
  3. CHECK THE BREAKER/CIRCUIT BOX, MAKE SURE THE BREAKER FOR THE AIR CONDITIONER IS ON (NOT TRIPPED).

 

Filters

Type of Filter Check Change/Clean
Disposable Monthly As needed, but not less than once every three months
Media Monthly Yearly
Electronic & Electrostatic Monthly As needed

 

Rule of Thumb

There’s a 20 degree differential. For example, if it is 100 degrees outside, the unit will cool to about 80 degrees inside. Older units have a harder time cooling in extreme heat; newer, more efficient units will cool quicker.



Testimonials:

Lindseys is competent, good work.  

By Anonymous

Lindsey's installed several combination AC/furnace systems in our large old house. The job presented many challenges and needed an experienced approach to the job. Mark Lindsey was very accommodating and available, he made a thorough study of the house layout before making recommendations. The crew worked steadily for weeks to get the well-planned job finished and, so far, the it has been working very well. Nathan, their foreman, came up with many solutions to problems and kept the job moving.

Mark Lindsey convinced me that certain additions were worth the expense for my own benefit. After the fact I can see he was correct and he could have sold me a less expensive system for the same profit to them. The bid was competitive or less than a competitor, but with a more efficient system with a better warranty.

When there were any questions, concerns or details that needed attention later, Mark was on it immediately and Nathan arrived shortly thereafter to resolve the problem.

I highly recommend Lindsey's for your AC/furnace needs. They are courteous, competent, competitively-priced and finish their work in a timely manner.

Contractors don't get much better than this.

SUGGESTION if you are going to install AC or heating: don't forget to check with you local utilities for rebates they may offer. Many or most utilities offer substantial rebates to help with the costs of installing more efficient systems. Federal tax incentives may be available too.

Posted 08/16/07




Nice job!  By THO V. |

My air conditioning system at home have several problems. I called this place and they came out right away. They estimated the cost before I make any decision. I thought that was really professional of them on doing this way. They gave me a pretty good deal on remodeling the entire system for resonable price. I agreed and they finished the job within 2 days. I am very happy with their work because everything work out perfectly.

First Review! Posted 11/02/05