From Grandview to Lawrence, Tempe to Mesa and the Surrounding Areas
Imagine what you and your family members will do on the hottest day this summer. You might visit the local swimming pool or eat ice cream on your back porch. You might spend a day at the park to soak in the sunshine.
At the end of that day, you’ll look forward to cooling off in your air conditioned home. But what if you arrive home and discover that you have a broken air conditioner?
Give United Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call. We’ll quickly travel to your home in the Kansas City, Lawrence or Phoenix metro Areas including Manhattan KS and Junction City KS, and then we’ll get to work on your residential air conditioning unit.
Count on Us for Any Residential AC Service
We want to make sure your residential air conditioning system keeps you comfortable whenever you need it. Our service capabilities include:
- Inspections—Ideally, we perform these diagnostics before the summer begins to ensure your AC can weather the heat. However, we can inspect your air conditioner at any time to assess its functionality and structural integrity.
- Repairs—If your air conditioner breaks down, we’ll come to your aid. We will repair or replace any faulty parts so you can feel cool and relaxed again.
- Replacements—Sometimes an AC unit’s age or extensive damage puts it beyond a repair’s reach. You need to replace the unit instead. Call the technicians at United Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to perform this service for you.
Before we do any of the services listed above, we give you the cost of the parts and labor upfront. We want you to feel confident when you choose us as your HVAC technicians, headquartered in the Grandview MO area and serving residential air conditioning customers in both Arizona, Kansas and Missouri.
Schedule Your Service Call
If you would like to book your residential air conditioning inspection, repair, or replacement, call us today. We will happily travel anywhere in Kansas City, Lawrence, Phoenix or the surrounding cities to get your AC working again.