Marquis Heating is a small locally owned family business. The founder, Robert Marquis, having worked in the heating service side of the business since the 60's decided in 1993 along with his wife Jeanne, that he wanted to get into the delivery side of the business. He bought his first delivery truck and started delivering in April of 1993. In 1994, they started adding employees and continued expanding their business. Over the years he has added additional fuel delivery trucks, additional service vans and expanded his delivery area which led to hiring additional employees to strengthen his business. In 2003, they decided to expand into propane delivery and service. With this expansion, they were now able to service and install propane heating, cooking and water heating appliances. With the added growth of the propane business, they decided it was time to consider adding a second office. In August of 2007, they opened their new office in Lincoln.
Marquis has a lot of pride for their family owned business. Over the years they have been very happy to serve their customers, provide employment for three sons, two daughters, grandchildren and many others. They continue to strive for excellence in everything they do and look forward to future.
Marquis heating is excited for the opportunity to serve you with all of your heating and natural gas needs.
Marquis Heating and the Marquis family members, along with their friends are walking in "The Alzheimer's Association's Annual Walk to End Alzheimer's" on October 20th 2018. Our team was formed to honor the patriarch of Marquis Heating, Robert Marquis, who has been inflicted by this terrible disease. Our team name is "Keeping the Memories". We have provided a link for online donations at http://act.alz.org/site/TR…. If you would rather donate in person, stop by either office and we'll gladly accept your donation.
Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disease and the most common form of dementia. Dementia is not a specific disease. It's an overall term that describes a group of symptoms, including but not limited to memory loss and confusion.
We have donation buckets set up at each of our office locations for this cause that is extremely near and dear to our hearts. We encourage you to donate if you are able and help us in our efforts to educate and hopefully one day rid our world of Alzheimer's.