From the complex installation to regular maintenance, Lancaster Heating & Air Conditioning has the expertise and the products you need. We will work with our clients to provide solutions that suit their needs and their budget. Our goal is to provide our customers with the professional services they need, in a timely manner, at competitive prices.
We service and repair all makes and models:
- Natural gas furnaces
- Gas fireplaces
- Heat pumps
- Heat recovery ventilators
- Air conditioners
- Air filters
- Indoor air quality products
- On-demand tankless water heaters
- Hot water tanks
The service you can count on:
- Simple and straight-forward pricing.
- Fast, courteous and professional service.
- Complete Maintenance and Protection Plans.
- Fully licensed and factory trained Technician.
- Guaranteed work and un-matched after sales support.
Things can go wrong, and most of the time that seems to happen at the worst possible time.
Emergency Services: Broken furnace, air conditioner or hot water heater
Call: 905-388-3333 or request online
Need service on your equipment?
Request a maintenance appointment: 905-388-3333 or request online
Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. Pre-season maintenance is also important. It can help avoid a system failure, when you need it most, in severe hot or cold weather. It can also keep your energy bills in line. It’s crucial to ensure that your heating and cooling systems looked after regularly. Our technician will perform maintenance and investigate small problems before they become serious complications.
Each fall, it’s a good idea to have us perform a basic annual furnace maintenance to ensure your heating system is running efficiently. By following a yearly furnace maintenance schedule, a technician can ensure that each of the parts that make up your heating system are running smoothly.
Routine air conditioner maintenance is the single most important factor in extending the lifespan and maintaining the efficiency of your central air conditioning system. Ordinary wear and tear, especially the buildup of dirt and grime, can cause your AC to work too hard, causing it to struggle, overheat, and eventually break down.