The general principle on which most air conditioners in Olathe work is this: they contain a chemical that easily transforms from a gas to a liquid and back again. This chemical removes heat from the air inside the room and transfers it to the air outside, thus cooling the inside of an Olathe room or a building. Heat pumps are a special sort of AC that operates slightly differently.
A heat pump contains a valve that allows it to switch function, depending on the need. The pump functions as an Olathe furnace when the valve is switched in a particular direction. When the valve is switched in the other direction it functions as an AC.
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Melody - Olathe, KS
Richard was wonderful! We would not hesitate to call on them again!
Great service, Superior Tech
Cliff - Olathe, KS
Knowledgeable and polite
Kayla - Olathe, KS
The service tech that came to our house was very thorough and pleasant. He explained to me a few things we could do on our end to help our heating costs and explained in very easy terms what we needed without pressuring to buy. I did buy the package for having them service the furnace in the fall, but never felt pressured to do so. Just felt he knew what he was about and wasn't trying to get extra money out of us.
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Regina - Olathe, KS
Great service, prompt, reasonable. Repaired in a short time. Thanks for the quick response. Richard repaired air conditioning earlier in the year and did a great job then, too!
Clark - Olathe, KS
Great service, went above and beyond addressing the issue and then some!
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.
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!
Nick - Olathe, KS
Service techs were great, very helpful
Lisa - Olathe, KS
proffessional and friendly
Seth - Olathe, KS
Richard is always very good to work with.
Diana - Olathe, KS
Great Service, Always
Renee - Olathe, KS
Honest folks, and extremely courteous and friendly.
Elaine - Olathe, KS
Great service, reasonable price.
Mark - Olathe, KS
Great service, reasonable price. They act like they want you as a repeat customer, not all they can get on every call. Have never had an issue, but when small problems pop up they are always fixed to our satisfaction.
Fantastic service & price!
Kristy - Olathe, KS
I was excited that Richard was able to come out right away. Then he fixed the problem with my furnace very quickly and reasonably.
Performed a fall furnace tuneup and safety inspection on an Armstrong furnace. Checked the thermostat and filter. Checked the humidifier. Checked all of the electrical components. Checked all of the safety controls. Checked the gas inputs and temperatures. Performed an infrared safety scan of the heat exchanger.
Performed a fall furnace tuneup and safety inspection on a Lennox furnace. Checked the thermostat. Checked all of the electrical controls. Checked all of the safety controls. Removed, cleaned, and tested the ignition system. Checked the gas inputs and temperature rise. Checked the filter. Home does not have a whole house humidifier. Recommend a whole house humidifier to relieve dry skin and static electricity.
Performed a fall furnace tuneup on an American Standard furnace. Checked all of the electrical controls. Checked the condensate drain's. Checked the gas inputs and temperature rise. Checked and tested all of the safety controls. Replaced the furnace filter. Checked and adjusted the damper system.
Performed tune up on 2013 York furnace. Tested all safety controls. Checked electrical wiring and connections. Checked airflow and temperature rise. Checked filter. Serviced humidifier and replaced water panel. Tested equipment operation.
Performed tune up on 2004 American standard air conditioner. Tested electrical components and wiring. Checked air filter and air flow. Replaced air filter. Tested temperature rises and drops. Tested R22 Freon pressure and temperatures. Washed outside condenser coil.
Performed repair on 2005 heil air conditioner. Replaced secondary motor controller. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures.
Performed repair on 1997 Lennox air conditioner. Replaced condenser fan motor and secondary motor controller. Tested operation. Found low refrigerant charge, added R22 Freon to bring temperatures and pressures to correct levels.
Replaced thermostat and bypassed heat pump control board. Performed tune up on 2004 Amana air conditioner. Tested all electrical components and connections. Tested R22 refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested equipment operation. Washed condenser coil.
Responded to a no air-conditioning call on a Trane air conditioner. Checked the system and found a bad dual voltage capacitor. Replaced the capacitor to correct and checked system operation. Checked all of the electrical components. Checked Freon charge. Verified proper R-22 pressures and temperatures.
Had a no A/C call on a Tempstar air conditioner. The cause of the problem was a bad compressor capacitor. Replaced the dual voltage capacitor and checked system operation. Verified proper R-22 freon levels.
Had an American Standard air conditioner that leaked water when the air conditioner was running. Found the cause of the problem was a plugged up drain line. Cleared the drain line to correct the problem. Check the system operation. Check the Freon levels. Checked all of the electrical.
Responded to a no cooling call on a York air conditioner. The air-conditioner would not cool because it needed to be serviced. Performed a full tuneup on the system. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked all the electrical connections and components. Checked the Freon charge. Added R410A to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
Performed tune up on 2007 Goodman air conditioner. Tested R 22 refrigerant temperatures and pressures.tested electrical wiring and components. Washed outside condenser coil. Replaced air bear 20 x 25 x 5 filter.
Performed repair on 2005 carrier air-conditioner. Replaced secondary motor controller. Tested R 22 refrigerant charge. Tested equipment operation.
Performed repair on 1999 Lennox air conditioner. Replaced failed dual voltage absorber. Reset high pressure limit switch. Tested equipment operation.set dampers to cooling positions and turned off humidifier
Performed repair on 2005 Carrier air conditioner. Replaced voltage distributor/contactor. Tested unit operation. Tested R22 refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested temperature drops. Washed outside coil.
Performed repair on 2005 carrier air conditioner. Replaced secondary motor controller. Tested equipment operation.
Serviced and repaired on a 2005 Lennox air conditioner. The cause of problem was a failed duel capacitor replaced and tested a/c
Performed a service call on a Lennox air conditioner. The r22 pressures were equalized. Check for amps and had 0 Amps. Checked the capacitor and had 0 µF. Replaced capacitor and had normal operation. Checked refrigerant levels and temperature drop.
Performed an air conditioner tuneup on a Lennox air conditioner. Checked all the electrical system. Replaced the filter. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked the Freon charge. Adjusted they R-22 charge to bring proper pressures and temperatures.
Had a no air conditioning call in Olathe on an American Standard air conditioner. Found the cause of the problem was a bad capacitor. Replaced the capacitor to correct. Checked system operation. Checked Freon levels. Checked for proper levels of R-22 and for proper temperatures and pressures.
Had an AC repair on a York air conditioner. It was not running. Checked it and found it had a bad contactor and a bad capacitor. Replaced both and checked operation. Checked Freon levels. Added R 22 to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
Performed a service call for a air-conditioner that was not working. Checked temperature drops on the indoor coil. Went outside and checked the refrigerant levels and pressures. Noticed it was low added 27 ounces of r410-a refrigerant. Temperatures and pressures were correct after adding the refrigerant and had a 21° temperature drop