We specialize in domestic and new home construction through a contractor or the private personal building a new home. We focus on installing and maintaining heating and air conditioning, humidifiers and indoor air purification products. We've been serving this area for over thirty one years, since 1969!


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  City Granger, IN
  Zip Code 46530
  Address 51539 Bittersweet Rd
  Phone Number (574) 272-0538

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Independent and locally owned since 1980, Lutes Heating has a commitment to high-quality work and customer service. Today, we maintain that reputation, providing customers with heating and cooling products that are clean, energy efficient, and effective. Lutes Heating's certified technicians are known for being responsive with a wide selection of products that make sense for customers. As a family owned business, our reputation is very important to us. When you recommend us to your friends and neighbors you help us grow and employ more local people.


Zoned heating and air conditioning systems allow you to control the temperature of individual rooms, or zones, in your home. Using a series of motorized dampers and thermostats that work independently, zoning can eliminate hot or cold rooms while cutting energy costs by up to 25 percent, according to industry sources. Then, instead of sending the same amount of heated or cooled air into all rooms every time the furnace or air conditioner is running, the system sends conditioned air only to the zones that need it.


It gets cold in Granger, IN. If your heating system is broken you can call LUTES HEATING & A/C INC for Emergency Service and we'll be there to get your system back up and running. If you just aren't comfortable with your current system, our expert service technicians can come to you home or business in Granger, IN, evaluate you system, and offer you informed choices and pricing on how to solve you problem.


Gas hot water heaters are efficient and effective. You now have the choice of traditional or tankless hot water systems. We would like to provide you with some information to help in the decision making process of your new water heater system. When water flow stops, the heating element shuts off. Thermostatically-controlled tankless water heaters vary their output temperature according to water flow rate and inlet water temperature. Unlike traditional storage tank water heaters, tankless water heaters do not store a reservoir of hot water.


As boilers age, they can lose efficiency or stop working all together. That's why it's a good idea to have yours inspected every year. As a boiler service provider in the greater Granger, IN area, we're on hand to pinpoint any lurking issues with your boiler so that you don't find yourself in a bind come winter. At Lutes Heating & Air Conditioning, we're dedicated to creating long-term relationships with our clients by providing top quality boiler service. Specializing in boiler system maintenance, repair, and installation, we have the training and expertise to provide you with first-rate, cost-effective work.


No matter how big or small your service, repair, installation, or replacement needs are Lutes Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to get your project done!


Ductless A/C and heating systems use a pair of indoor and outdoor units to warm or cool specific areas of your home. These energy-efficient units are easy to install and offer a flexible, low-cost solution for zoned heating and cooling. Best of all, there's no ductwork needed. Ductless systems deliver efficient heating and cooling with lots of flexibility. They can provide whole-home comfort in buildings that don't have central HVAC systems-or offer single-zone climate control for small additions that aren't connected to existing ductwork.


There are 2 different kinds of tank water heaters: Conventional gas water heaters and Heat Pump water heaters. Conventional storage water heater fuel sources include natural gas, propane, fuel oil, and electricity. All conventional water heaters store hot water 24 hours per day in a storage tank, typically ranging in volume from 20 to 120 gallons. To minimize stand-by losses you should consider water heaters that offer higher levels of tank insulations. Often the lowest-priced storage water heater may be the most expensive to operate and maintain over its lifetime.