Archive for October 2019
Many homeowners don’t realize this, but the quality of their indoor air can actually be worse than that of outdoors. It’s hard to believe, when our outdoor air quality isn’t even that bad to begin with, relative to other parts of the country. But if you have a modern home, it means it was built “tightly” to allow for the best efficiency for your HVAC systems—and this type of construction also allows for allergens and other contaminants to stay trapped in your home.
This is great news for your energy bills, as your air conditioner and heater will operate more efficiently. But it’s not so great if anyone in your family is an allergy or asthma sufferer. With no air being able to escape your home, contaminants like dust, dirt, pollen and pet dander get trapped inside with you, and even the healthiest person can become ill—without the right indoor air quality products and services in place.
Keep an eye out—your trusted HVAC contractor in the greater Kansas City metro area is soon going to be offering comprehensive plumbing services.
Starting in November, Climate Control Heating & Cooling will provide full service general residential plumbing services, including—but not limited to:
- Bathroom and Kitchen Plumbing
- Emergency Plumbing
- Repiping and Main Water Line Services
- Gas Piping
- Leak Detection and Repair
- Sump Pumps
- Drain Services
- Sewer Services
- Water Treatment
- A Stand-Alone Plumbing Maintenance Agreement!
- May be purchased with or without our HVAC maintenance plan.
You can count on us to keep providing the same great water heater services too, with installation options ranging from the traditional tank water heater to tankless and heat pump models.
Stay tuned for future plumbing service additions, including trenchless technology, video pipe inspection, and commercial plumbing services.
Keep your plumbing system in good shape—contact Climate Control Heating & Cooling today to learn more about our expansive plumbing service offerings.
The Comfort Bear likes a clean home—it’s part of what it takes to stay so comfortable!
This means having a home that is free of dust, allergens, and other debris. But, did you know there’s one area of your home you probably don’t consider when it comes time to clean?
It’s the “V” part of your HVAC system—the ventilation system, or rather, your ductwork.
It seems like your ductwork is just a minor component to your entire HVAC system, right? Well, your air ducts are actually very important to the operation of both your air conditioner and forced-air heater. If you want to keep both of these performing well, and keep your indoor air quality at the high level you deserve, you should get your ducts professionally cleaned.