Looking to have a skilled Air Conditioning Contractor provide you with the quality services that you need to ensure that your home stay nice and cool. Our experienced staff has assisted many home owners to get the services that they desire for their homes. Whether they have a newer or older cooling systems it does not matter.
For all of your De Soto air conditioning needs give the expert staff at Ideal Air Heating & Cooling a call and see what they can do for your air conditioning needs today.
Ideal Air Heating & Cooling – De Soto Air Conditioning
De Soto Central heating and air units can provide a comfortable environment for your home when properly maintained. In homes, central A/C units provide cool air flow, directly from the source, into every room in the house. This is why over 80% of new homes built in the United States are equipped with a central A/C unit.
In the workplace and businesses, these De Soto central air conditioners, or HVACs, provide a better environment for both workers and consumers (whichever one you are being at that time). Studies show that people are more alert and more productive when in a comfortable environment. This is doubly true for temperature. People have been observed to be the most productive at 72°-74°. So give your De Soto air conditioning contractor a call and see what they can do for you today.
De Soto -Lawn Heating Contractor
Good De Soto heating systems are important to every home. Whether they have centralized heating units or just the local ones, both still calls for proper maintenance. Even if modern advances in technology have improved heating system operations nowadays, machines will remain machines, and they will always need repairs along the way. For this particular part, you are going to need professional hands to handle your heating repairs issues.
Hiring a professionals for De Soto heating repairs inside your house is always a smart move. This will both save you time and money, lots of it. If you have no prior knowledge in repairs to begin with, you will only do more to the existing damage, which then sums up to costly repairs. You wouldn’t want that, would you?
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Excellent and professional service.
Cliff - Lenexa, KS
Excellent service by two professionals...Sterling and Jose.
Mike - Olathe, KS
Sterling seems to really know what he’s doing. He seemed honest and truly concerned with the air conditioner’s functionality. I was a bit shocked at the price, in particular, the trip fee. That fee seems like a “pile-on” fee that takes advantage of the situation. I’ve had other heating and air companies to the house for repairs, and I was never charged a trip fee (it was probably built-in; but it was not apparent). I was not aware of the trip fee until the work was complete and the invoice was being written up.
Courteous, considerate, efficient and professional
Dixie - Overland Park, KS
Sterling was exactly the kind of service guy I want to let into my home to perform a service. He was neat and tidy, explained the task and finished up in a short time. He also attached my outdoor hose for me while he was waiting for the AC to drain.
Nelson - Lenexa, KS
Professional and thorough. Explained our options for a new unit very well. Prices very competitive.
Amy - Prairie Village, KS
Jim - Lenexa, KS
Always a Great Experience
Libbie - Olathe, KS
Ideal Air is a thoroughly professional company with fast response times, highly competent technicians and all-around friendly staff!
Highest of Recommendation
Jeff - Shawnee, KS
Hard working, accommodative, polite & professional
Nick - Olathe, KS
Michele - Overland Park, KS
excellent as always!
Ann - Leawood, KS
They are so thorough and really educated me.
Service techs were great, very helpful
Lisa - Olathe, KS
April - Shawnee, KS
I am very happy with Ideal Heating & Air. The staff is awesome - They are the only company I will ever use.
Ryan - Overland Park, KS
It is truly a pleasure to work with good people who provide quality service.
proffessional and friendly
Seth - Olathe, KS
Richard is always very good to work with.
Performed an air-conditioner repair on a Lennox 3 ton air conditioner located in Olathe Kansas. System would not cool because a wire had burned off of the contactor. Replaced the wire and connector. Started the unit and checked for the proper R-22 Freon charge. Checked for proper temperatures and pressures.
I was called to do an air-conditioner repair in Olathe on a Rheem air-conditioner. Checked the system and found it had a bad contactor. Replaced the contactor to correct. Checked all other electrical components including capacitor. Checked all electrical connections and also checked the refrigerant charge for proper levels of R-22 Freon.
Customer has been adding Freon to his Lennox air conditioning system every year but does not want to invest in a new system at this time. I rechecked the system and found it was short of Freon. In order to prolong the life of the system the customer elected to add a leak sealer that is guaranteed to fix Freon leaks. I added 2 lbs. 7 oz. of R-22 Freon and added the leak sealer. Charged to proper pressures and temperatures.
Checked the cooling operation of a Lennox air conditioner. Customer has been adding a new freon charge every year. Wanted another opinion about options. The evaporator coil has a Freon leak. Added 1 lb. 5 oz. of R-22 Freon to bring to proper pressures and temperatures. Also added leak freeze leak sealant which is guaranteed to stop the leak.
Installed new York air conditioner and furnace. Install general 900 humidifier. Tested equipment operation.
Installed new York high efficiency furnace, air conditioner and matching coil. Installed new whole house zoning system and General 900 zoning system.
Installed new York air conditioner and furnace. Installed General 900 humidifier. Installed Air Bear filter system. Tested equipment operation.
Customer complaint was a noise in the furnace. Found the cause of the problem was a piece of paper had come loose from the furnace and gotten sucked into the blower wheel. Removed the piece of paper and the fan quieted down. Checked the rest of the system. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked all electrical. Charged the system to proper pressures and temperatures. Added 31 ounces of R-22 Freon.
Performed ac tune up. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Checked and replaced filter. Inspected electrical components. Tested temperature drops. Adjusted dampers to get more airflow upstairs. Cleaned condenser.
Performed diagnostic. Found failed blower motor. Removed and replaced motor. Tested equipment operation.
Customer had no cooling from a Ruud heat pump. Found the cause of the problem was a bad transformer in the Lennox furnace. Replaced the transformer to correct and started the AC. Tracked down the short in the system. Installed a circuit breaker in the low-voltage wiring of the furnace. Performed an air-conditioning tuneup on the heat pump. Heat pump had a bad contactor. Replaced that to correct. Washed the outdoor unit. Verified proper R22 freon pressures and temperatures.
Performed tune up on 2004 Lennox furnace and air conditioner. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Checked electrical components. Washed outside condenser. Checked filter. Tested furnace safety controls. Checked electrical wiring and controls. Checked furnace control board. Tested temperature rise/drop. Serviced humidifier. Cleared humidifier water line and tested operation.
Removed and replaced TXV. Pulled the vacuum to test for leaks. Added refrigerant dye kit to be able to find potential leaks in the future. Charge system to correct temperatures and pressures.
Performed tune up on 2012 York air conditioner. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested electrical components. Tested system performance. Checked filter. Adjusted dampers for cooling.
Performed the spring air-conditioner tuneup check on a York air conditioner. Checked the thermostat. Washed the outdoor unit. Replaced the Air Bear filter. Checked the condensate drain. Turned off the Aprilaire humidifier. Checked the dampers. Checked all electrical. Checked refrigerant charge. Verified proper pressures and temperatures of R410a freon.
Performed repair on 2001 Lennox air conditioner. Found system was low on refrigerant. Added 19 oz of R22 freon to bring temperatures and pressures to correct levels. Tested equipment operation.
Performed ac tune up on 2011 York air conditioner. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Checked electrical components. Tested temperature rise/drops. Checked filter. Washed outside unit.
Cleared drain line in a 2008 goodman air conditioner drain. Raised one end of pipe to prevent "trapping".
The Rheem air-conditioner would not cool. Checked the air-conditioner and found that it was very dirty. I cleaned the air conditioner and checked all components. Found the system was short of Freon. Added 15 ounces of R-22 to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
Performed diagnostic on 1994 Rheem air conditioner. Found failed blower control. Removed and replaced board and tested equipment operation.
Performed tune up on 2011 Lennox air conditioner. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested electrical components. Checked air filter. Tested equipment operation.
Performed tune up on 2008 Lennox air conditioner. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested electrical components and wiring. Found failed voltage absorber and replaced. Checked filter. Burned off and washed outside coil.
Performed tune up on 2004 Rheem air conditioner. Tested refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Tested electrical components. Checked and replaced filter. Washed outside condensing unit.
Checked a Lennox air conditioner system for a no cooling call. Found the cause of the problem was a bad condenser fan motor and also a burned contactor. Replaced the motor and the contactor to correct and checked operation. Checked the remainder of the system. Cleaned the outdoor unit. Checked the refrigerant charge. Verified proper pressures and temperatures of R-22 Freon.
Performed tune up on 2013 York air conditioner. Adjusted dampers to allow more airflow upstairs. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Checked and replaced air filter. Burned off and washed outside condenser coil. Checked and tested electrical components.