Sometimes it feels like our region invented extreme weather. That’s why you need an efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning system that works. Every time you need it. Regardless of the season.
This site contains a list of the best residential HVAC companies in Kansas and Missouri. Companies who put your comfort and budget first by proudly offering the latest Samsung® and Bosch® solutions available today. Whether you need a unit repaired, replaced or maintained, these locally owned companies have the experts you want to get the job done right.
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Refrigerant lines. Funny noises. Evaporator coils. Tripped breakers. Condensing units. Furnace repair can get confusing pretty quickly. That’s why a trained, licensed, heater service company is your best bet when it comes to fixing your home comfort problems. All you need to do is decide what type of help you want and when you want it. It’s that easy.
FLEXIBLE FINANCING IS AVAILABLE, TOO.
Life comes at you fast if you’re not expecting it. Not everyone plans on a major repair need or equipment replacement. That’s why our dealers all offer special financing programs to make things a little easier to handle. They will help you find flexible, simple, affordable financing solutions (with approved credit) that works with any budget.
NSC Applied Products Group is a regional design consultancy, specification representative and distributor for both Samsung and Bosch HVAC. We specialize in supporting the contractor and design community in the application of inverter-driven single and multi-zone heating and cooling systems for buildings of all sizes.
Starting and running a business is hard work. That’s why we proudly support our local Kansas City-area HVAC partners as much as possible and this website represents one of those ways. The dollars you spend on local business is supporting more people than you see and we’re honored to help you connect with them here.
It happens all the time. The moment our HVAC system starts showing signs of trouble, we panic. “Great” we sarcastically mumble as we start wondering about the issue and, more importantly, the repair costs. But not all issues are expensive to fix and several can even be avoided with a little effort.
Below you’ll find the resources you need to get informed, educated and updated on the most common HVAC questions, problems and solutions.
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COOL AIR YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE
It’s one thing to hear about the great advances in air conditioning technology, but it’s something else entirely to see them in action. Thermochromatic Paper is one way to do that; it’s a heat-sensitive material that changes color when the temperature changes. It’s also proves inverter-driven technology is a real game-changer.
Few things have changed the air conditioning industry more than the arrival of inverter-driven technology. These systems are scientifically proven to cool faster, run quieter and be more efficient that traditional air conditioners. That means they’re more comfortable, less bothersome and save you money in the long run.
DUCTLESS VS. CENTRAL AIR
The typical family spends nearly $2,000 per year on home energy bills. Much of that money, however, is wasted on inefficient heating and cooling systems. When the time comes to replace yours, there are two paths to consider: central air or a ductless mini-split system. Here’s where you can learn about both.
HELPFUL TIPS + TRICKS
Many expensive HVAC problems start as small, inexpensive issues that grow over time. The best way to avoid a breakdown is to have your system inspected, cleaned and tuned at least once a year. You can also prolong the life and improve the efficiency of your system by doing a few simple things yourself throughout the year.
GOOD | BETTER | BEST OPTIONS
The world is filled with options. Some are good, some are better and some represent the very best in a certain situation. Any reputable HVAC company will provide you with several alternatives to solving your specific problem. If they don’t, ask for them. If they still won’t provide you options, find someone else.