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.
Look at the before photo. It might not look like much until you realize that what you are seeing a dryer vent. Thats right. Our IHCS team members discovered a dryer vent that opens up into the crawlspace in this home in Pittsboro, IN. 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 not only looks much better than before but it also wont be causing anymore issues.
Just look at all of the space around that chimney pipe! This gap was causing problems for the S. family of Lebanon, IN. They had Indiana Home Comfort Solutions come out to insulation in their attic. Before the insulation could properly be installed, they had to seal the chimney first. The gap around the chimney was sealed using sheet metal and fire caulk, then a Rock Wool sleeve was installed around the metal pipe. This seals all air leaks and gaps and around the chimney to add value and increase insulation efficiency.