Archive for September 2019
The short answer to this is, “it depends,” but read on!
Hello! The Comfort Bear here. Did your air conditioner give out after a long and hard summer? Or maybe your heater quit on you last winter and you’re ready to get a new one before the winter arrives. I may have a lot of fur, but even I know how important it is to have an effective and efficient heater in place to keep warm.
There’s some good news if you are ready to have an HVAC system installed in the off-season of autumn—we’re offering a special promo here at Climate Control—when you purchase a new furnace or air conditioner you receive a free water heater!
“Ah, it feels SO nice in here!” THAT is what we want to both feel and hear from others when they come into our home, and when it comes to energy efficiency and getting homeowners the best options for a new air conditioner that fits their home and is humming like a finely tuned racing car, Climate Control is the HVAC company of choice for many satisfied customers in the Kansas City metro!
If you suspect your AC unit may not be up to the task of keeping you cool much longer (or as cool as you’d like it to be) let alone working next summer, it may be a good idea to consider replacing your HVAC system with a new system now. The Comfort Bear and Team are here to help you decide if it really is time to do so, or if you can maybe get by with another HVAC system repair vs replacing that old system.
If your air conditioner and heating system is under 10 years old and hasn’t had a lot of repair needs in that time and has had regular tune-ups and regular maintenance as needed, it’s a different story, than one that’s over 15 years old and has had multiple issues like refrigerant leaks, compressors, condensers, adding freon every year, and so on. We’ll elaborate below, as we go through the reasons you may want to consider replacement of your old system with a new high-efficiency central air conditioner instead of continuing to go through AC repair after repair as well as higher energy bills:
The Comfort Bear is here to tell you to stop on by the Liberty Fall Festival this autumn! Established in 1934, the Liberty Fall Festival is back again this year with food, fun, and entertainment.
Friday, Sept. 27th 11am – 9pm; all areas open
Saturday, Sept. 28th 9am – 9pm; all areas open
Sunday, Sept. 29th Noon – 4pm; carnival and adjacent areas only
Climate Control Heating & Cooling along with the Comfort Bear will be hosting a booth and a float in the parade! Stop by our booth for your chance to win a prize, including a free furnace tune-up or a free water heater!
Arts & Crafts
The festival features 175 quality Arts and Crafts booths including original designs in a variety of art such as: textiles, wearable art, hand-crafted ceramics, decorative and functional wood, jewelry, leather, photography, paintings, drawings, prints, and metal work.
The Carnival will open at 5pm on Friday, September 27th. Cost: 32 tickets for $25 or $1 each. Wristbands will be available for $20 on Sunday only from Noon-4pm. The carnival is located in the parking lot at the intersection of Kansas & Missouri.
Tasty food and beverages are sold throughout the festival to benefit local non-profit groups so enjoy the food and support a cause.
Parking at the Festival is free to the public and there are several public parking lots in the area and on-street parking is allowed. Limited handicapped parking is available.
If there’s anything homeowners know, it’s the importance of a fully functioning, efficiently operating air conditioner during a Kansas City summer. When you set your thermostat and turn on your air condition system you expect cool air to flow from your ductwork, but if instead you feel hot air, or hear squealing from your blower motor, or hear terrible noises from your outside unit, you know it may be time to call a HVAC technician to perform troubleshooting and get your air conditioning system back to blowing cool air.
An air conditioner in disrepair will only cost you more money than it should, and leave you and your family feeling hot air, and feeling pretty uncomfortable.