From high efficiency furnaces to convenient, high-performance unit heaters, Lennox® heating products provide flexible solutions for spaces large and small. Innovative, high-efficiency Lennox technology is perfect for reducing energy costs in Minnesota’s tough winter climate. Simple to install and easy to maintain, Lennox units can be customized to meet each building’s specific needs.
Logical Heating and Air Conditioning serves the entire Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area including: Albertville, Anoka, Becker, Big Lake, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Corcoran, Crystal, Dayton, Delano, Golden Valley, Greenfield, Hamel, Hanover, Independence, Long Lake, Loretto, Maple Grove, Maple Plain, Medina, Monticello, New Hope, Orono, Osseo, Otsego, Plymouth, Ramsey, Robbinsdale, Rockford, Rogers, St. Michael, and Wayzata.
Call Logical Heating and Air Conditioning LLC at 763-428-6358 for a free initial consultation and let us help you find the right system for your needs.
Capacity Range (Btuh)
|SLP98V Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||66,000-132,000||Up to 98.2|
|EL296V/EL296E Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||96|
|EL280 Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||66,000-132,000||80|
|EL195E Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||95|
|EL180E Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||80|
|ML195 Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||95|
|ML193 Commercial Gas Furnace [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||Up to 95|
|ML180 Commercial Gas Furnace (60Hz and 50Hz) [Learn more]||44,000-132,000||80|
|Unit Heaters and Duct Furnaces|
Capacity Range (Btuh)
|T-Class™ Separated Commercial Combustion Unit Heater [Learn more]||45,000-300,000||Up to 82|
|LF24 Commercial and Residential Unit Heater [Learn more]||30,000-390,000||Up to 81|
|LD24 Commercial Duct Furnace [Learn more]||75,000-300,000||80|
indicates ENERGY STAR® qualified product
1 AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The AFUE number represents how efficiently a furnace converts fuel to energy. The higher the AFUE percentage, the more energy-efficient or fuel-efficient the furnace. The U.S. government’s established minimum AFUE rating for a furnace is 78 percent.