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LCS Heating & Cooling Co-Founder One of the Keynote Speakers in This Year’s ACCA Fall Conferences

Renee Lucas, the co-founder of LCS Heating & Cooling, was honored to be one of the keynote speakers in this year’s Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) fall conferences. The meetings bring together hundreds of contracting professionals in the HVAC sector for educational programs and networking. Lucas delivered an educative speech dubbed ‘Renee’s Top 10 Tips for Building Strong Teams Through Communication.


Indianapolis, IN, December 27, 2021 — Renee Lucas and her husband Travis founded LCS Heating & Cooling over fifteen years ago to provide heating, air conditioning, and cooling solutions to Indiana residents. Travis is a certified HVAC professional with over twenty years of experience, while Renee is the right-hand person who ensures the smooth running of the company through smooth customer experience, marketing, and team management.

It was an honor for Renee to be selected as one of the keynote speakers in this year’s ACCA fall meetings held in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conferences bring together leading HVAC professionals from all over the country for educational and networking purposes. Some of the issues that took center stage at these meetings include the challenges and opportunities of running a service business.

Renee spoke alongside other industry leaders to educate her fellow professionals on creating solid teams through communication. Her focus was on strong communication before the office and field technicians embarked on their daily activities. She also emphasized building solid relationships with staff and clients and dealing with conflicts to ensure everyone is happy.

“We love networking and learning from other contractors. I was honored to be asked to speak at the ACCA fall conferences. There was lots of brainstorming with other great HVAC companies from other states. Travis also tried out some pretty cool 3D virtual tech training. Education and training never get old,” said Renee.

LCS Heating & Cooling offers AC installation services, furnace installation and servicing, duct cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, fixing hot and cold spots, home insulation, and indoor air quality services. The firm has become a favorite among locals because of its upfront pricing, quick emergency services, free estimates for replacements, and certified technicians. Furthermore, there is no make or model that they cannot service.

Seamless heating is crucial during fall and cold winter nights, and LCS Heating & Cooling is always prepared to provide excellent furnace repair and heat pump maintenance. They offer clients both repair and replacement options, when applicable, so their clients can decide the best option for their homes. The firm also offers LCS Access Clubs, which are annual maintenance plans that provide members with routine maintenance and other comfort benefits.

“Just like changing the oil in your car, you need to give your system a boost. By getting semi-annual tune-ups each year, you protect your home and detect possible issues earlier. This ensures that the system is operating properly within manufacturer specifications and ensures it does not fail due to negligence,” explained Renee.

About LCS Heating & Cooling: LCS Heating & Cooling is a service company specializing in residential and light commercial services in the HVAC industry. Their scope includes servicing furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, duct cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, whole-home air cleaners, zoning, warranty, and filter services. They also service and repair all major brands of HVAC equipment.  LCS serves Indianapolis and surrounding areas.

Contact Information

Name: Optic Marketing Group
Organization: LCS Heating & Cooling
Address: 11929 E. 65th Street | Indianapolis, IN 46236
Phone: (317) 203-8165



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