"I was completely satisfied with service!"
I was completely satisfied with service!
"Great team of young men. Very courteous and prompt. Job well done!"
Great team of young men. Very courteous and prompt. Job well done!
"Keep up the good work!"
Keep up the good work!
"Thanks! Well Done!"
Thanks! Well Done!
"Holes in the ductwork so large a hand could fit in it as well as the openings into the insulated attic. I am so happy we went..."
Holes in the ductwork so large a hand could fit in it as well as the openings into the insulated attic. I am so happy we went from the 99th percentile of electricity usage to the 46th percentile according to IPL. That was just six weeks after having Indiana Home Comfort Solutions do the house-sealing. IMPRESSIVE RESULTS!
"You guys are great!!"
You guys are great!!
"Lindley has been coming out to service our equipment for years. Great job as always."
Lindley has been coming out to service our equipment for years. Great job as always.
"You have more than earned our trust! Thanks for being such a great company that we can rely on!" Read Full Testimonial
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"Tech's so nice you invite them to stay for dinner!" Read Full Testimonial
"I want to thank you again for the wonderful job you and your team at Lindley did on our home improvement..." Read Full Testimonial
Steve Lindley started Lindley Heating & Cooling (now Indiana Home Comfort Solutions) in 1993 as a small business with only one employee – himself! He began in the home improvement industry with a summer job landscaping and then moved on to work in heating and cooling. Over the years, Indiana Home Comfort Solutions has continued to grow and succeed by emphasizing the importance of continuing education and by providing homeowners with efficient and reliable service. Steve and his staff have completed ample training and certification programs about indoor environments, teaching them to look at the entire internal environment of a home in order to solve a problem, versus just offering a furnace or air conditioning service to fix a problem. Steve is always looks for ways to better serve homeowners, and it all started with becoming a Carrier 360 dealer, Building Analyst and Envelope Professional. Additionally, Steve has recently become a Dr. Energy Saver® Certified Energy Management Consultant! Steve is passionate about his business, working out in the field and in the office to ensure he is meeting the needs of his clients.
Steve was born and raised in Hendricks County, where he currently resides. Outside of work, Steve enjoys the company of his wife, son, and two step-daughters. He also enjoys water sports, snow sports, golf, fast cars, riding motorcycles and spending time with family and friends.
In Indianapolis, IN our IHCS team members discovered a dryer vent that opens up into the crawlspace. The release of air into a crawlspace can cause too much moisture and lead to mold! The problem was fixed and now this dryer vent looks much better than before. No more air from the dryer vent is being released into this crawlspace!
This attic in Indianapolis, IN had many cracks and gaps in the floor, that allowed air to flow through. Indiana Home Comfort Solutions air sealed this attic floor air tight by installing expanding polyurethane spray foam insulation.
Cantilevers can be problematic if poorly insulated like the one shown here. The cavity is a great source for airflow, which cause unwanted drafts and worse, air that you paid for to escape your home!
After having various companies come out and inspect their duct work, the L. Family's "Dust Issues" were still persistent. They did not want to complete any work unless they knew it was going to solve their problem so in the mean time they used duct tape to seal the duct work. Turns out we were able to determine that their dust problem was due to air leakage pulling insulation from the attic into the home. Now that the root of the problem had been determined, these Indianapolis homeowners felt comfortable with moving forward and we were able to Properly Air Seal their home!
In order to prepare for the upcoming winter, the B. residence of Brownsburg, IN called Indiana Home Comfort Solutions to check the status of their furnace. Due to the age and condition of the unit, it needed to be replaced. The homeowners agreed and had a Carrier 96 Performance Gas Furnace installed in its place.
Here Brad Morrison is sealing a multi-leveled attic by installing SilverGlo Foam insulation to the vertical wall to prevent air flow. The residents of the home complained of cold drafts coming into their living room. After inspecting the attic, the cold drafts were found coming from that vertical wall in between the two floors.
Keeping up with the status of your Furnace is important and can save you money down the road! This homeowner in Danville, IN knew his furnace was reaching the end of its life and had Indiana Home Comfort Solutions come out and inspect the unit. They confirmed that the unit was no longer worth repairing and installed a new electric furnace. This install prevented the homeowner from paying a bunch of costly and unnecessary repairs!
It is crucial to seal all gaps and cracks in order to prevent air from flowing through the attic and into the home. Despite having insulation, the gap inbetween the wood is quite large and allows a lot of air flow leaving the home with uneven temperatures and cold drafts. Indiana Home Comfort Solutions properly sealed the gap, which will stop air flow and allow the insulation to reach its full potential!
Out with the old and in with the new! This Lizton, IN resident continuously experienced problems with her HVAC equiptment. As a result, Indiana Home Comfort Solutions was able to give her units an upgrade by installing a new water heater and furnace!
This crawl space access had a makeover after having a complete home inspection performed by Indiana Home Comfort Soluitons. The inspection found a good amount of air in the home was leaking through the crawlspace. The solution included two parts, air sealing the crawl space and replacing the exterior access point.
This attic had a bunch of gaps in the floor where air was leaking in and out of the home. Indiana Home Comfort Solutions used two-part expanding spray foam to close the gaps and air seal it tight to prevent further leakage.