For people living in areas where the temperature gets bone-chilling, using an air humidifier can improve the indoor air quality. When it gets too cold the humidity in the air drops to unhealthy levels, when the humidity in the air drops below 30 percent it can cause a myriad of health issues, like skin irritation, dry sinuses, and increased asthma attacks. Using an Overland Park humidifier increases the amount of moisture in the air making it easier to breath and also healthier for the people living in the house.
In the past, Overland Park air humidifiers were not that popular because the older models were noisy machines that are hard to clean and some were found to have a tendency to expel unhealthy particles into the air; fortunately today’s models are quieter and have improved performance, there are even some models that can be integrated into the Overland Park house’s air conditioning system. There are generally two types of air humidifiers, and both have their own pros and cons.
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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.
Michele - Overland Park, KS
excellent as always!
Ryan - Overland Park, KS
It is truly a pleasure to work with good people who provide quality service.
Holly - Overland Park, KS
Friendly, easy scheduling, explained problems and pricing.
Happy with Ideal Air
Melissa - Overland Park, KS
Richard is always easy to work with, explains the work he performs, is able to answer questions. I appreciate that he offers additional information but I never feel like I am getting the hard sell. We have been using for about 2 years and have consistently had good experience.
Bobby - Overland Park, KS
I am always impressed with the service Richard provides. Explains issues thoroughly and always very friendly!
Tara - Overland Park, KS
Super nice service guy and explained everything! Very friendly. Offered a/c maintenance but wasn't pushy! Will be calling back this summer :)
Sarah - Overland Park, KS
We had great service from Ideal Air. Our air conditioner broke on July 3rd and they came out that day to service it! Super friendly and explained everything that he did very well. Thank you for the fast and efficient service!
Joan - Overland Park, KS
Richard did an excellent job of inspecting, servicing and explaining the current condition of our a/c unit. No sales pitches. Found we needed some freon which we expected would be normal on a 14 year old unit. Will certainly use again for furnace servicing this October.
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Hillary - Overland Park, KS
AC tune up and service. Richard did a great job. I will look forward to another service call from him
Sheila porter - Overland Park, KS
Richard is a very capable, bright, personable service agent. He answered our questions far better than previous agents with other companies. We woul give him a 10.
Always great service!
Michelle - Overland Park, KS
We always have had excellent service from Ideal Air. I would highly recommend them!
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. 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.
Cleared drain line in a 2008 goodman air conditioner drain. Raised one end of pipe to prevent "trapping".
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 repair on 2005 Lennox air conditioner. Removed filter drier and replaced with 3/8 copper. Checked for leaks in system. Checked refrigerants pressures and temperatures in system.
Performed tune up on 2013 York air conditioner. Checked refrigerant charge. Replaced filter. Wash the outside condenser unit. Tested electrical components, tested air drop temperatures. Tuned off York whole house humidifier.
Performed air conditioner tune up on 2011 York system. Tested r410a refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Tested electrical components. Tested temperature drops. Checked and replaced Air Bear filter. Cleaned outside condenser coil. Tested system performance.
Performed tune up in 2012 York air conditioner. Checked freon temperatures and pressures, tested electrical components, tested system performance. Turned off whole house Aprilaire humidifier.
Removed Lennox air conditioner and furnace. Installed new York modulating furnace and high efficiency air conditioner. Installed General 900 whole house humidifier. Tested system operation.
Performed tune up on 2007 Heil Air conditioner. Checked refrigerant, electrical systems, and tested equipment operation.
Performed the spring air conditioner check on a Lennox air-conditioner. Tested the thermostat. Replaced the air bear filter. Turn off the Aprilaire humidifier. Checked the condensate drain. Washed out the outdoor unit. Checked all of the electrical connections. Checked the refrigerant charge. The unit was slightly short of Freon. Added 15 ounces of R-22 to bring to proper pressures and temperature.
Performed spring air-conditioner tuneup on a York air conditioner. Checked the thermostat. Replaced the Air Bear filter. Checked the condensate drain. Adjusted the dampers. Turned off the Aprilaire humidifier. Started the air-conditioner and checked operation. Checked and tightened all electrical connections. Checked refrigerant charge. Verified proper pressures and temperatures of R-410a.
Performed an air-conditioner tuneup on a Lennox air conditioner model 10ACB48-08. Checked the thermostat. Replaced the air bear filter. Checked the condensate drain. Turned off the Aprilaire humidifier. Started the air-conditioner and checked operation. Checked and tightened all electrical. Checked the refrigerant charge. The unit was slightly short of Freon. Charged with 10 ounces of R-22 to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
Had a no air-conditioning call on a Lennox air-conditioner. Outdoor unit would not run because it was off on the high-pressure switch. That was caused by a bad capacitor that would not allow the fan to run. Replaced the capacitor to correct and started the unit. System was slightly shorter Freon. Added 12 ounces of R-22 to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
Performed spring air-conditioner tuneup on a Lennox air conditioner. Checked the thermostat. Check the condensate drain. Adjusted the dampers. Replaced the filter. Checked the indoor blower motor and capacitor. Started the air-conditioner and checked operation. Checked all of the electrical connections. Check the refrigerant charge. Added R-410a to bring to proper pressures and temperatures.
I performed the spring air conditioner maintenance check on a Lennox air conditioner. I check the thermostat. I checked all of the electrical circuits in the system. I replaced the filter and adjusted the dampers. I check the furnace blower motor. I checked the refrigerant charge in the system and verified the proper Freon levels. Made sure of the right pressures and temperatures.
Performed an air-conditioner tuneup on a 2007 Lennox air-conditioner. Went through a complete checklist on the system. Check the thermostat. Checked all of the electrical and electrical connections. Check the motor, the contactor, the capacitors. Check the refrigerant charge. Verified the proper pressures and the proper temperatures.
There was a problem with the Lennox furnace not heating properly. Found the cause of the problem was to be a dirty flame safety sensor. I cleaned the sensor and then checked the operation. The furnace operated normally. I checked the lennox air conditioner operation. I checked all of the electrical connections. I checked the freon levels in the air conditioner. It was slightly short of freon. I added 19 ounces of R-22.
Responded to a no heat call on a 1996 Lennox furnace. Found the cause of problem was a bad main furnace control board. Replaced the board to correct the problem and check the operation. Check firing rate checked all the safety controls.
Performed safety and efficiency check on gas furnace. Checked the thermostat. Replaced the furnace filter. Checked all the safety controls. Removed cleaned and tested the ignition system. Checked the circuit board settings and all electrical connections. Check the gas inputs and temperature rise.
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Performed fall maintenance tune up on a Lennox G60UH-60D-135-03. Adjusted dampers. Cleaned and tested the ignition system. Checked all safety controls and performed a complete safety check. Checked all electrical and gas firing rate. Serviced Aprilaire humidifier. Replaced humidifier pad.
Performed Fall furnace super tune up. Repaired humidifier saddle valve. Tested heat pump.
Performed tune up on a York furnace. Serviced Aprilaire humidifier.