Established in 2010, Blue Heating and Cooling is a full service HVAC company. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible services. We have earned a reputation among our customers through our hard work, dedication, sincerity and friendly service. We provide wide range of heating and cooling services including repairing and installing products such as air conditioners, heat pumps, thermostats, boilers and much more. We help both residential and commercial clients fulfilling their HVAC needs by servicing all makes and models and installing quality equipment.
Our technicians are fully licensed and highly trained in handling any sort of job, right from repairing to installing HVAC systems. They undergo regular ongoing trained in order to keep them update with latest technology. Whenever your system creates problems, just count on us. Our technicians will be at your home premises with their trucks filled with tools to complete the job right the very first time. For more info, call us @ 816 719 1099.
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Furnaces & Air Handlers
We offer 3 brands that can meet any budget or need. As an approved dealer of American Standard, Bryant, and Goodman products, we offer a range of furnaces and air handlers from the highest end to the budget-friendliest installed by qualified Kansas City HVAC Technicians. How we determine what system is right for you. Selecting the right furnace or air handlers is based on several factors including budget, desired efficiency, size of the home and layout, how well insulated the home is and how well your ducts are sealed. We offer free estimates and will discuss with you the best options for your needs. We do not believe in over-selling in any circumstance. Signs your heating unit might need replaced Age. The average age for a furnace today is 15 to 20 years. If yours falls in this range, it might be time to consider a new one. Most of us would prefer to do the research and make this decision on our own time, not when the furnace stops working and we are in an emergency situation for heat. If your furnace is old, consider looking into replacement options.
Banging, rattling, and popping might be noises you’d expect to hear at a haunted house, but you don’t want to hear them coming from your furnace. Unusual noises coming from your unit most commonly indicate a delayed ignition, electrical issues, or a cracked belt. These could be signs that the furnace is wearing down and ready to be retired.
We understand how important heat is especially on those cold, winter Kansas City nights. That’s why we receive and respond to furnace repair service calls at all hours of the day or night, and we have Kansas City HVAC repair technicians on call 7 days a week.Our professionals will respond to your request, diagnose the problem, and make the necessary repairs to get you warm again. Our vans are fully stocked with replacement parts and we are experienced in repairing all makes and models. Call, email, or text us to schedule an appointment before the frost settles in your living room.
As cold winter air enters your home and is heated by your furnace, moisture is zapped from the air and results in low humidity. Low humidity can not only cause discomfort, but can also aggravate allergy and asthma symptoms and increase the chance of catching cold or flu viruses.A professional grade whole home humidifier is installed by our qualified Kansas City HVAC technicians directly on your central heating and cooling system. Water vapor created by the humidifier using water from your plumbing system is distributed to your home through the ductwork system. A humidistat monitors the humidity levels and adjusts as needed so your home always has the right amount of moisture in the air.
The thermostat is a small, but important part of your HVAC system. Today’s electronic models are a far cry from the early mechanical ones and play an important part in making sure your system is running efficiently. Modern thermostats are almost exclusively digital. By setting the thermostat to your desired temperature, this sophisticated equipment monitors the air in your home and maintains the temperature within a couple degrees. The setback feature is an important way the thermostat can help manage energy costs. Today’s programmable devices can be set to normal temperatures when you are home and an alternate temperature when you are away to cut down on energy usage. And, with all the new smart phones on the market, new thermostats can even be programmed and changed right from your phone!
Is your air conditioner over 10 years old? Have you had a need for more frequent repairs and increasing repair costs? It’s probably time to think about replacing your unit. Air conditioners are built to last 10-15 years. Signs that its lifespan has run its course are age, frequent repairs, more costly repairs, higher utility bills, and decreased comfort. When considering a new AC, it’s important to research the SEER rating. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is the standard measure to indicate the amount of cooling output vs. the energy input. The higher the rating, the more efficient the energy usage. If your unit was installed in the 90’s or early to mid 2000’s, it’s likely your SEER is 12 or below. Since today’s minimum SEER is 13, a replacement AC will save you on energy costs. Our technicians are trained to help you evaluate the SEER rating vs. additional cost of the unit to decide what is the right fit for you. We’ll discuss your expectations, budget, and the required size of the unit for your home.
Heat pumps are both a cooling unit in the summer and heating unit in the winter. They are a more energy efficient alternative to a traditional air conditioner. Heat pumps use electricity to move heat. Moving heat between the house and the outside makes the cooler space cooler and the warmer space warmer. And, heat pumps can generate up to 4 times the energy that they use. Air source heat pumps are the most common type. They transfer heat between the home and the outside air and can trim electricity costs by 30-40% compared to a standard air conditioner. They are also more effective at dehumidifying the home which means less energy usage and better comfort.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal, or ground source, heat pumps use the same concept of moving heat as do air source heat pumps. However, geothermal units transfer heat between the house and the ground. The relative constant temperature of the ground contributes to lower operating costs of the heat pump and significant cost savings for the homeowner. Also, geothermal units can handle the coldest months that Kansas City has to offer, saving you from having to switch to the costly gas furnace to keep your home warm.
Air Conditioner Clean & Check
Each year your air conditioner goes without maintenance, it loses up to 5% efficiency. At only $79 per cleaning, a Clean and Check is a cost effective way of keeping your unit running properly. Or, take advantage of our yearly Service Agreement which includes both a spring air conditioner tune-up and a fall furnace tune-up for only $139 per year.Filters need replaced regularly. Condensate lines can be clogged with sludge. Debris from leaves, seeds, lawn and dirt builds up on outdoor units. Fins can get bent overtime. All of these conditions lead to restricted air flow and decreases energy efficiency. They hinder the ability for the unit to cool your home properly. During a tune-up, our technicians will thoroughly clean the unit, inspect the electrical components, and make sure all parts are in good working order. We will also check the filter and replace if necessary allowing the unit to get more air flow and better efficiency. All this leads to improved efficiency and better home comfort.
Different types of buildings have different HVAC needs. From schools and churches to retail and offices, we understand how to meet specific requirements for each type of business. Whether it be a new commercial construction project or an existing company in Kansas City, we can handle your heating and cooling requirements. During new construction, we are there for you from reading your blue prints and creating the design to wiring the last electrical component and installing registers. We are equipped to handle your small residential-equivalent units to your large rooftops. Our licenses, insurance, experience, and customer service will give you peace of mind that your project is in good hands. For existing Kansas City commercial HVAC systems, we offer preventative maintenance programs to keep your units running efficiently and ensuring continual comfort in your business and our 24 hour emergency service is there for those unexpected repairs. And, when the time comes for system replacement, we can handle that too!