Increasing Your Home’s Humidity Helps Fight COVID-19

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Heating & Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

What can the public do to defend against COVID-19?  One simple answer is to ramp up your home’s humidity.  Increasing humidity can protect against COVID-19 in two ways – by supporting your respiratory tract’s immune response, and by causing airborne coronavirus to become unstable and less infectious quicker. Increasing Humidity Can Cause Coronavirus to Die Off Quicker The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus … Read More

Fall Prep Tips to Save You Time & Money

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC

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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

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

Top 10 Most Common Furnace Problems 

Steve BurbridgeHeating & Cooling

Having your furnace work correctly is imperative to make sure that your energy bills stay low, and that your home stays the comfortable temperature that you need it to. Unfortunately, your furnace may break down for several different reasons. It is important that when you start having furnace problems, that you seek Kansas City furnace repair as soon as possible. … Read More

Furnace Repair in Kansas City

Steve BurbridgeHeating & Cooling

Furnace Repair If you’re considering furnace repair in Kansas City, there are a few things you should know about furnaces first. In this post, we’ll go over the different parts that make up a gas furnace, as well as how these parts interact to give you a heated home. For troubleshooting purposes, this can be a good guide to determine … Read More

Water Softeners and a New Furnace

Steve BurbridgeHeating & Cooling, Plumbing

Furnaces and Water softeners This two-for-one guide on water softeners and purchasing a new furnace explains how water softeners work, the different types of water softeners you can get, and how to determine which furnace is the right choice for your home. Plus, some tips on how you can save money!