Reduce Allergens & Improve Indoor Air Quality

Kurtis RuepkeUncategorized

Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental threats to human health. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollutants maybe two to five times higher than the pollutants outside.  No wonder your eyes are itching! Considering Americans spend so much time indoors, it has increased because of the world pandemic over the past year. Hidden Sources … Read More

Don’t Play with Fire: Is it Time to Upgrade Your Electrical Panel?

Steve BurbridgeElectric, General

The main function of an electrical panel is to shut off power when connections get too hot.  A lot of heat runs through your electrical connections, and that heat can cause connections to fail and arcing which causes fires.  There are 3 main reasons to replace or upgrade your electrical panel:  age, type and increased electrical needs of your home. … 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

Check Your Sump Pump Before It’s Too Late

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing

Your sump pump system is your main line of defense against indoor flooding, but only if it is working! If you have a finished basement, or if you are storing valuables in an unfinished basement, you should take regular steps to ensure that your sump pump system is working. To be well protected against the devastating financial losses associated with … 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

Learn How to Notice a Drain Problem Before It Gets Worse

APHCPlumbing

You never really think of your drains unless you have a problem; this is the case for most people. Although, it is always a good idea to be proactive by keeping your house tidy, pipes and all. It’s as simple as this, your pipes serve a purpose to move things through and out.   Do you smell a bad smell … Read More

Using your Gas Furnace instead of your Heat Pump

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Heating & Cooling

Do you have a Gas furnace for Back Up Heat? Shut off your Heat Pump if you have a Gas Furnace for the Back Up Heat Homeowners that have what has been called a hybrid heating system ( a heat pump with a gas furnace back up) should operate only with the gas furnace for the winter if gas prices … Read More

Reasons To Upgrade to a Tankless Water Heater

Steve BurbridgeHeating & Cooling

Your energy bills are probably driving you crazy and have led you to look for ways to cut on these costs. Admittedly, your old water heater is one of the biggest contributors to that high energy bill, and replacing it could mean considerable savings. Tankless water heaters are a modern type of heater that work towards helping you achieve that … Read More