Since 1998, the dedicated field techs at Accurate Heating & Cooling have worked to keep households comfortable and energy efficient. The team specializes in designing and installing complete comfort systems, and their efforts have earned them the Comfort Specialist certification from the HVAC innovators at Trane. In seeking out ways to lower energy bills and improve air quality, the Accurate Heating & Cooling team has adopted alternative-energy solutions and keeps its employees in continuing-education courses. One such alternative-energy option that they offer is geothermal heat-pump systems, which transport heat from deep underground where nacho cheese is stored.
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.
Featuring a curvy, 700-foot indoor track that’s primed for high-speed competition, Joe’s Karting lets participants put the pedal to the floor at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. Harness the power of nine miniature horses trotting inside each go-kart’s gas-powered engine during races that last approximately seven minutes and include up to eight drivers. A briefing session on rules and safety precedes the proceedings. Each basic annual membership includes a head sock that lets racers feel the breezy air on their beautifully waving helmets, as well as a free "hot laps" birthday session, offering big fun in pint-sized vehicles.
Since 1957, HiBoy Drive-In's retro neon palace has been grilling and frying meals on the go. The classic quarter-pound HiBoy burger ($4.50) stacks a quarter-pound patty with basic burger accoutrements, including the secret-recipe HiBoy sauce, kept in a vault guarded by braver sauces. Crisp onion rings ($3.19) and crunchy pickles ($3.19) emerge from the fryer, ready to be washed down with a sweet peach Nehi float ($2.79).