HVAC Equipment and Service

HVAC means heating, ventilation and air conditioning. We frequently use this term to refer to your complete heating and cooling system read more.

You’ll want to find the date it was made. This is usually situated on a label on the outside of your read more.

It’s common for your comfort system to make some noise as it operates. There are several factors that impact its sound level, such as age and read more

Precision tune-ups help your heating or air conditioning system give efficient, trouble-free comfort throughout the year read more

A Trip Charge is a fee for the cost associated with the time and travel to diagnose, inspect and share expert recommendations for a home's heating or air conditioning system by a read more

A popping noise is typical sign of an insufficient duct design. This happens when read more


Our reply is, it’s a good method. Here's why. read more

Billing by a flat rate as opposed to an hourly price guarantees pricing is up-front. The price read more.

You wouldn't buy a new car and assume you’d never have to fill the tires, put in new oil or look into odd noises. read more

Installing home zoning in Kansas City might make the difference between loving your home and being read more

Air handlers and furnaces aren't usually used in the same home in Kansas City. If you use a furnace, read more.
We service all makes and models in Kansas City. read more
While it depends on the area and severity of leak damage, a burst water pipe in your read more.
We offer financing to most customers in Kansas City to help make your upgraded heating and cooling equipment read more.
The price of a new system depends on the size of your home and your comfort read more.
Yes. Our Experts are just minutes away, whether you’re in need of a furnace repair in the middle of a cold winter night read more.
Saving Energy at Home

With energy expenses climbing, there are a few steps you can take to lower the cost of heating read more.


If you notice your showers are getting chilled quickly, your tank water heater may be at fault. read more
If your toilet continues to run, it might be due to a few read more.
One of the most frequent reasons your dishwasher refuses to drain correctly is because of read more.
Indoor Air Quality

No, HVAC air filters differ in quality and measurements, and some have specs that read more.

Absolutely. Air pollution concentration can be up to 100 times greater inside than read more

Having a carbon monoxide detector in a central area is the recommended way read more

You maybe have tried to cover up indoor odors by relying on air fresheners or read more

A good way to select the right humidifier in Kansas City is by having Neal Harris Service Experts do read more

Each home has varying comfort needs, especially if someone in your read more

According to studies conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, exposure to air pollutants indoors can be 100 times higher than outdoors. Frequent dusting and vacuuming can help reduce the amount of dust and dust mites present in your home. However, not all read more

Depending on the brand you install and the size of your residence, a humidifier can read more

How regularly you should replace your air filters might depend on the read more

Yes. Carbon monoxide is a silent threat to health and safety in your Kansas City read more

Home comfort systems can dry indoor air read more

Carbon monoxide connects to red blood cells, robbing your body of the oxygen read more

Good indoor air quality in Kansas City can improve health problems like allergies and read more

Unfortunately, carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms are often overlooked because read more

Preventing it from happening is the most critical place to begin. Taking appropriate safety read more

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. It’s created by incomplete fuel combustion usually caused by read more

Indoor air quality means pollution within your Kansas City residence or business. Air particles can read more

We advise periodically cleaning and draining the humidifier’s read more

We suggest keeping your Kansas City house’s humidity amount between 30–60%. read more

Dry air worsens respiratory troubles. We suggest keeping your home’s humidity level between read more

To skip rancid smells, you should grind up food refuse immediately with cold read more