Kansas City HVAC Blog Posts - Bob Hamilton

What are the Signs of a Bad Sewer Line?

What are the signs of a bad sewer line leading into your home? The sewer line, or “mainline,” is the last destination for sewage exiting your home. It’s the pipe with the largest diameter, and every smaller drain exits into it, so it must remain clean and operable to have a chance at good plumbing. […]

What is the Importance of a Carbon Monoxide Detector?

Do you know the purpose of having a carbon monoxide detector in your home? The CO detector plays a critical safety role by sounding an alarm when CO levels reach an unsafe level. While dangerous CO levels often emanate from your heaters or furnace, it’s also possible to have too much of this toxic gas […]

What Smart Home Thermostat Installation Can Do for You

Besides plumbing and electrical work, Bob Hamilton can help you with smart home thermostat installation that will make an enormous impact on energy costs. It’s also a great way to get much more even air conditioning throughout your home, especially during the times you want it most: peak summer or winter. We’ll preview how modern […]

Should You Winterize Your A/C Unit?

We want to take a moment to explain why it’s important to winterize your A/C unit. Even though you don’t use it in the winter, it’s important to protect it against the elements and prevent problems from occurring during the off-season. Here are some concrete reasons to winterize some of your HVAC components. Why You […]

Questions to Ask Your Kansas City HVAC Professional

Let’s go over some questions you should ask your Kansas City HVAC professional when they come to do service on your heating and air-conditioning systems. We always recommend getting to know the company and technicians a little before they work on anything. That way they can help you understand what they’re inspecting, installing, or repairing. […]

A Fall Maintenance Checklist for Your Kansas City HVAC Unit

Bob Hamilton is at your service for the most reliable installation and maintenance on your Kansas City HVAC unit. We want to focus on that second aspect in this post by helping you make a helpful fall maintenance checklist. As we head toward the cooler months, it’s important to diagnose potential furnace issues and address […]