Kansas City home services Blog Posts - Bob Hamilton

20% Off any Service or Installation for First Responders

We want to thank our first responders and healthcare workers for their support and dedication to our community during this time.  In recognition of that dedication and commitment to safety, we’re proud to offer a 20% discount on any service or installation to active First Responders and Healthcare Workers.  Active First Responders and Healthcare Workers […]

Make the Most of Your Snow Day in Kansas City

Kansas City has been hit hard this winter which means more snow days for you and your family. Make the most out of your snow day by checking off your to-do list at home. You don’t have to change out of your comfy PJ’s to give us a call! Our technicians are ready and available […]

Spooky Home Issues

There are many scary things in this world, but you shouldn’t be scared of what’s going on with your homes plumbing or HVAC system. You should be comfortable in your home at all times. So relax and learn how you can better your home. Ghost Flushing Ghost flushing is a scary but common household issue. […]

HVAC System Checks: When should they be done?

How many times have you wanted to schedule a check-up on your HVAC system and was told it would be a few weeks before someone could get out there? Don’t feel bad; it’s common during the HVAC busy season. Don’t get stuck waiting for your system to be inspected and cleaned. There is an easier […]

5 Things to Do Immediately After Moving to a New Place

You’ve finally found the home of your dreams and you’re ready to move in. Of course, there are a couple of things you’ll need to do before you are ready to feel right at home in your new property. Even if you feel that the décor is perfect, and you’ve already got your moving company […]

Allergies: Is there anything you can do?

50 million Americans suffer from allergies every year, making allergies the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States. With the temperatures rising, hay fever will be on the rise as well. Luckily there are things a home owner can do to help prevent these symptoms inside their home.