"Our upstairs rooms used to be cold in the winter and hot in the summer," states one customer. "Now it's perfect year round." This praise, along with a slew of other positive testimonials, which applaud Better Service, Inc. for their "utmost professionalism" and problem-solving skills, allude to the technicians’ exceptional reputations. Servicing all brands, they can install heat pumps, repair humidifiers, and perform air-quality checks to ensure that their customers are inhaling clean air in their homes instead of air filled with pollutants or mashed potatoes and gravy.
Bob Hamilton still remembers the thrill of his 6th birthday, when he unwrapped a box filled with wrenches, saws, and other tools handpicked by his father, a plumber. After years of fixing pipes and stomping koopas at his father's side, Bob fulfilled a childhood dream and founded his own business in 1983.
Two decades later, Bob’s team of uniformed technicians continues to travel throughout the Kansas City area, repairing pipes, heaters, air conditioners, and other mutinous home appliances. Plumbers in tool-stocked trucks roll up to homes, ready to tackle frozen pipes, leaky faucets, and bigger jobs, such as sewer-line replacement and gas-line installation. Technicians also repair and install new heaters and outfit homes with programmable air conditioners. The crew remains on call 24 hours a day in case there are after-hours emergencies or polar bears attempting to hibernate in your newly cooled living room.
Helmed by husband-and-wife duo Steve and Denise Kurtz, One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning’s knowledgeable specialists roll up to homes in their Big Yellow Truck to ensure household air-circulating systems are happy and healthy. After leaving Georgia in 2005 to return to their Kansas City roots, the Kurtzes took Temprite Service Company under their wing and joined forces with One Hour, Clockwork Home Services' HVAC franchise, in 2009. The company's bootie-wearing technicians promise on-time service, guarantee satisfaction, and keep their heads filled with enough ongoing education to outsmart a ball of dust saturated with liquid wisdom.
KC A/C Heating, Plumbing and Rooter's licensed technicians keep their tool belts on 24/7, prepared to leap into action for emergency repairs on HVAC systems and plumbing systems. They can replace customers' water-supply lines, clear out drains, or keep flooding pipes from short-circuiting the robot butler. Aside from emergency services, the techs tune up heaters and air conditioners. To ensure houses continue to run smoothly, they also install new equipment, such as air-conditioner units, furnaces, water heaters, and garbage disposals.
Nathan Cummings runs his business with the belief that clear communication is the key to quality workmanship. A journeyman electrician himself, the owner of All Metro Construction insists that his licensed and insured field supervisors and technicians correspond regularly with customers to facilitate scheduling and materials selection, and to ensure complete satisfaction with all labor. The company specializes in construction and electrical services, though crews often take on seasonal projects such as winter snow shoveling or springtime chocolate-egg laying.
For more than 15 years, Ark Heating & Cooling's technicians have kept indoor climates comfortable with furnace and air-conditioning installation and repair. They also improve air quality by removing dust and debris from ducts, allowing a steady stream of clean air to flow through. Thanks to a video inspection unit, customers can even compare shots of ductwork before and after their cleaning. Customers who also opt for duct-sealing services can expect lower energy bills in both warm and cold weather.