Annual AC and Furnace Maintenance – Is It Really Necessary?

Steve BurbridgeAC, General, Heating & Cooling, HVAC, Uncategorized

Your AC and furnace systems need to be in good working order as they are responsible for keeping your home cool and warm year-round.  A well-maintained AC and furnace also provide you with cleaner indoor air, lower energy bills, and a safe home.  How much maintenance do your AC and furnace need, and what should that maintenance entail? How Often … Read More

Anthony PHC earns Angie’s List Super Service Award 13th Year in a Row

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC, Plumbing, Uncategorized

Anthony Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is proud to announce that we have earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA) for 2019.  This is the 13th year in a row Anthony PHC has earned this award, which honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List. “Service pros that receive our … Read More

Fall Prep Tips to Save You Time & Money

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC

Zoning air flow

Weather can change quickly, so it’s best to be prepared for season changes before they arrive.  Fall marks the dawn of the heating season, and your home requires special attention to maintain a safe and healthy indoor environment when you turn on your furnace.  Your plumbing needs special preparation for cold weather, too.  By preparing for fall early, it can … Read More

Can Dirty Air Conditioners spread Allergens? Ask Anthony PHC in Kansas City

APHCAC, HVAC, Indoor Air Quality

Can air conditioners spread allergens? The answer is yes, they can. If not cleaned and properly maintained, they can put allergens into the air which contribute to a myriad of health issues namely those dealing with respiration such as allergies and asthma. A dirty air conditioner filter prevents cool air from flowing. It takes trapped dirt, dust, dander, and pollen … Read More

Is Your Air Conditioner Noisy and Does It Keep You Up At Night?

Steve BurbridgeAC, HVAC

Grandview AC Installed by Anthony Plumbing Heating and Cooling

If this sounds familiar to you and you’re at your wit’s end and you’ve had enough of noisy AC parts keeping you up at night, then it is about time that you distinguish what type of noise you are hearing. In this article, Anthony PHC Kansas City experts will discuss the top five reasons why this may occur. If you … Read More

Repair or Replace? 4 Signs it is Time for a New Air Conditioner

Steve BurbridgeHVAC

Air-conditioning systems are one of those appliances you rarely think about until something goes wrong.  And if you’re caught without AC in the middle of summer when HVAC technicians are at their busiest, you could face some miserable days of heat at home. Fortunately, there are some telltale signs homeowners can usually identify before an AC system breaks down completely. … Read More

Central Air Conditioning Got You Down? Need a Repair or Replacement in Kansas City? Cool Off In 2019 With Hot Tips from Anthony PHC

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Grain Valley Family Heating and Cooling Services

Of course in the winter, people are always waiting for the next season—summer. But when the hot weather has finally hit, some central air conditioning systems go out of service or do not work as efficiently. You may have to decide whether or not to repair or replace your air conditioner unit. The experts at Anthony PHC Kansas City will … Read More

July 3, 2019 Energy-Efficient Fan Motor Mandate – Will it Mean Cost Savings for You?

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC

home generator

After July 3, 2019, residential furnace manufacturers must include energy-efficient electronically commutated low-wattage motors (ECM’s) on their furnace fans, instead of the permanent split capacitor (PSC) induction blower motors normally used. The Department of Energy (DOE) has updated their Furnace Efficiency Rating (FER) standards, mandating that these energy conserving motors be used starting July 3, 2019 in all new furnaces, … Read More