John Lock Air Conditioning & Heating Service Inc

3120 Genesee St
Buffalo, NY 14225
(716) 894-6400
johnlockheating.com
Contact: Lock, Mike
Business Description: We are a third generation air conditioning & heating company based in Buffalo, NY. Our management team offers over 60 years of combined experience. We are qualified to handle all of your needs. We specialize in the design, installation and service of heating, cooling and indoor air quality equipment for both residential and commercial properties. Our Installation foremen each have 25+ years of experience. The installation crew members each have about 15 years of HVAC experience. Our service technicians have been with John Lock Air Conditioning and Heating for over 30 years. Additional email - info@johnlockheating.com. Additional DBA - John Lock Air Cond & Heating Service.
In Business Since: 1967
Service Area: Entire area
On Angie's List Since: 8/10/2010
Warranties: Yes
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Cities Served: Akron | Alden | Amherst | Angola | Avenue | Blasdell | Boulevard | Brant | Buffalo - Downtown | Chaffee | Chamber | Cheektowaga | Clarence | Clarence Center | Cleveland | Colden | Collins | Delavan | Depew | Derby | East Aurora | East Concord | Eastern Hills | Eden | Elma | Fillmore | Glenwood | Grand Island | Grove | Hamburg | Holland | Houghton | Kenmore | Lackawanna | Lake View | Lancaster | Lewiston | Lockport | Marilla | Niagara Falls | North Collins | North Tonawanda | Orchard Park | Parkside | Polish | Ransomville | Sanborn | Sardinia | Sloan | Snyder | South Wales | Springville | Stella Niagara | Tonawanda | Valley | Wales Center | West Falls | West Seneca | Williamsville | Woodlawn | Wyoming County | Youngstown
 
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