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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Lynda - Overland Park, KS
Richard was very courteous, and didn't mind explaining the problem, the options, and walking me through the process.
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.
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!
Performed repair on 2003 Lenix air conditioner. Replaced secondary motor control. Tested refrigerant temperatures and pressures. Scheduled equipment replacement engineering analysis.
Had a no air conditioning call on a Trane air conditioner. Cause of the problem was a bad capacitor. Installed a new dual voltage capacitor to correct. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked all of the electrical. Checked the freon charge. Verified proper pressures and temperatures for R- 22. Cleaned the condensate drain. Adjusted the dampers. Turned off the Aprilaire humidifier.
Had a no air conditioning call on a Lennox air conditioner. The cause of the problem was a bad dual capacitor. Replaced the capacitor to correct and checked the system operation. Washed the outdoor unit. Performed a tuneup on the air conditioner. Checked R-22 freon levels. Verified proper pressures and temperatures.
Had a no air conditioning call on a York air conditioner. Checked the system and found that it was short of Freon. Charge the system with R410a to proper pressures and temperatures. Injected leak freeze into the system to correct the leaks and make the system run better.
Serviced and repaired on an American Standard air-conditioner cause of problem was a failed voltage absorber replaced and checked a/c operation
Responded to a no air conditioning call on a Lennox air conditioner. Found the cause of the problem was a bad blower wheel on the furnace which subsequently cause the blower motor to go bad as well. Replaced both parts to correct. And checked operation. Checked the refrigerant charge. Verified proper Freon levels of R-22.
Performed repair on 2011 York air conditioner. Added R 410 a refrigerant to bring temperatures and pressures to correct levels. Performed AC tuneups on 2003 Lennox air conditioner and on 2011 York air-conditioner.
Performed repair on two 2004 train air conditioners. Both were low on refrigerant. De-ced and added 33 ounces of R 22 Freon. Tested equipment operations.
I had a no AC call on a Lennox air conditioner. The cause of the problem was that the system needed to be serviced and it was short of Freon. I cleaned the outdoor unit and checked all of the electrical connections. Replaced a bad capacitor. Recharged the system with R-22. Customer started a maintenance agreement.
Performed AC tuneup on 1995 Lennox air conditioner. Tested our 22 Freon levels. Checked filter and air flow. Tested electrical components.
Performed seasonal tuneup on York air conditioner
Performed a furnace repair, tune up, and safety check out on a Lennox furnace. Checked the Honeywell thermostat. Adjusted the dampers. Checked the furnace operation. Checked all of the electrical connections. Checked the heat pump operation and temperature rise. Checked the gas pressures and temperature rise. Serviced the Aprilaire humidifier. Replaced the humidifier pad.
Installed new York furnace and matching coil. Replaced flu piping to furnace and water heater. Installed digital thermostat and Air Bear filter. Serviced Goodman air conditioner.
Responded to a no air conditioning call in Overland Park on a York air-conditioner. Cause of the problem was the system was very dirty and needed to be serviced. It was also very short of Freon. Performed a complete air-conditioner tuneup and charged system to proper pressures and temperatures with our R-410a Freon.
Performed repair on 2006 Lenox air-conditioner. Tested blower capacitor and check filter. Found refrigerant was not charged properly, recharge system to correct temperatures and pressures. Tested equipment operation.
Had a no air conditioning call in Overland Park on a Lennox air conditioner. The compressor would not start because of a bad capacitor. Replaced the capacitor to correct and started the air conditioner. The air conditioner was very dirty. Washed the outdoor unit. Checked all electrical connections. Checked for the proper refrigerant charge. Verified proper pressures and temperatures of the R-22 Freon.
Performed repair on 1980s York air conditioner. Replaced dual capacitor and compressor saver kit. Tested equipment operation.
Performed repair on 1996 Carrier air conditioner. Replaced dual capacitor with Turbo unit. Tested AC operation.
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.