Henick-Lane Logo

Henick-Lane Service Corp is ready 24/7 to deliver emergency service assistance for any and all client needs. Our service fleet consists of 35 GPS-equipped vehicles, and approximately 80% of our emergency service calls are responded to within a 2-hour window, minimizing loss of productivity for our clients by enabling them to keep vital operations up and running.

Family owned and operated For NEARLY 60 YEARS!

CALL US

Henick-Lane is a family owned and operated company that provides and maintains stable and environmentally controlled spaces. Our philosophy is to earn and build strong relationships with our clients, treating each client as a member of the Henick-Lane family. We serve clients throughout the industrial and commercial marketplaces, striving for unparalleled customer service in all aspects of our business.

Learn more about what makes us the right choice!

About Us

Featured
Projects

See for yourself what
we've worked on

Financial
Institutions

Financial HVAC
Skyscrapers

Medical Facilities
& Laboratories

Medical HVAC
Stethoscope

Educational
Institutions

Educational HVAC
Tall columned building with green space.

Cultural
Institutions

Institutional HVAC
Building with classical architecture

Public
Work

Public HVAC
Library interior

Infrastructure

Infrastructural HVAC
Fire escape on side of building

New
Construction

New Construction HVAC
Structure in new construction.

Open glass HVAC building design

LEED HVAC

city skyline peaking above trees,

Green Philosophy Emphasizing the importance of
environmental consciousness.

Everyone at Henick-Lane is acutely aware of the need to protect and preserve the environment for future generations. We actively promote and implement environmentally friendly building solutions and we continually seek new information regarding the latest green advancements. Furthermore, we work together with our clients to provide education on the cost and energy savings benefits associated with green technologies.

LEED-certified buildings are not just built with energy efficiency in terms of electricity and lighting; many different aspects of a building’s operation and maintenance are taken into consideration. In fact, HVAC plays a role in LEED construction: specifically, a building’s heating and cooling equipment is designed and installed to be as efficient as possible.

An HVAC system for a LEED-certified building should have the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR label, an international standard for energy-efficient products. The higher the rating is, the more efficient the system. An HVAC professional can help determine which unit is the most eco-friendly in relation to the size of the building. The unit will save the building owner money on energy bills and will help the environment by wasting fewer resources. Another valuable part of the HVAC system is air filtration: a factor of certification, proper ventilation benefits occupants’ health, in particular, those with asthma or allergies.

HVAC equipment will influence the score the building receives. In fact, two different scoring categories that make up 40 percent of the points pertain to HVAC: Energy and Atmosphere (EA) and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ). The Energy and Atmosphere category is worth up to 38 points while Indoor Environmental Quality is worth 21 points. In other words, if your building receives 50 points on the grading scale, 20 percent of those points are from HVAC.

Henick-Lane’s employees are well-versed in this philosophy and we are proud that more than half of the staff are LEED Accredited Professional’s.

Daniel J. Centonze | Senior Vice President / Construction

Edward J. Minskoff Equities, Inc.

I have been working with Henick-Lane for the last 10 years.  Over the course of that time they have completed, with the highest quality, both interior and ground-up construction projects in NYC and the outer boroughs.  They are dependable, forthright, and they always complete the project no matter what obstacles are in front of them. With that said, they have become my go-to contractor for HVAC, and I highly recommend them for any size project.

Daniel J. Centonze
Senior Vice President / Construction - Edward J. Minskoff Equities, Inc.

Michael C. | Director of Facilities

Class-A Office Building | NYC

Henick-Lane has been my HVAC provider for over 15 years and has always been available, same day, with the right personnel whenever I needed them.  I specifically remember the time when we lost our primary CW pump over the weekend in early June – Henick-Lane had both a tech AND the manufacturer on-site within a few hours.  The Owners are available 24/7 and I would recommend their team to anyone. 

Michael C
Director of Facilities - Class-A Office Building – NYC

Chief Engineer

666 3rd Ave, New York, NY

As Chief Engineer of a commercial property, I would like to express that I am always impressed with the swift and professional service I receive whenever I hire Henick-Lane.

Through the years, their staff has always been known to be responsive, knowledgeable, and courteous, regardless of the situation.  I’d like to specifically mention Adrian, who has always shown my staff (and our tenants) the utmost care and respect and has been a pleasure to deal with over the years.

I highly recommend Henick-Lane to anyone who is searching for a strong and reputable HVAC contractor.

Chief Engineer - 666 3rd Ave, New York, NY

how does NYC's new climate plan affect your commercial building plans

How Does NYS’s New Climate Plan Affect Your Commercial Building Plans?

New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (NY CLCPA) calls for measures to achieve reductions in energy use by: Transitioning water and heating to electricity.Establishing appliance efficiency standards.Instituting stronger building energy codes.Requiring annual building energy benchmarking.Expanding the ability of state facilities to use performance contracting.Requiring the disclosure of energy
the importance of an experienced HVAC team

The Importance of an Experienced HVAC Team

Experience is always an asset in any endeavor, even more so if it involves technical tasks. HVAC work is certainly technical, so let’s take a look at some of what is involved in such work and why finding an experienced team is vital. What Does HVAC Do? HVAC stands for
HVAC for data centers

HVAC for Data Centers

Data centers and all the electrical equipment involved generate a lot of heat. This is one of the reasons that quality HVAC in data centers is even more important. If temperatures rise too high, servers can shut down, suffer a decreased lifespan, or even suffer physical damage. Dust and humidity