Top-Rated Kansas City HVAC
Looking for the best HVAC and plumbing services in the Kansas City, MO area? You’ve come to the right place! Top Notch Heating & Cooling has been providing expert heating and cooling services to families throughout Kansas City and Overland Park neighborhoods for almost four decades.
Call us at (913) 535-8002 if you need HVAC or plumbing services in the Kansas City, MO area.
Why Choose Top Notch for HVAC Services in Kansas City, MO?
Respect for your home – at Top Notch Heating & Cooling, our HVAC technicians take great pride in their work—and in taking care of your home. We won’t enter your house without shoe covers, and we’ll leave our work area as clean as—or cleaner than—we found it.
Respect for your family – one thing you won’t have to worry about when you call Top Notch for Kansas City, MO HVAC air conditioner repair or furnace replacement is rude, unprofessional servicemen. Our servicemen will treat your family like their family—politely, so you’ll never have to worry about leaving them at home with the serviceman.
Flexible payment options – when you call Top Notch for your Kansas City, MO heating or air conditioning service, payment is never an issue! We accept a huge variety of payment methods, including cash, check, credit, debit and even ACH debit. In addition, if you need major furnace repairs or air conditioner replacement, we offer convenient financing options.
Our KC Heating & Cooling Services
At Top Notch Heating & Cooling, our air conditioner technicians are just that—Top Notch!! They are some of the best in the industry! We take pride in our business, and guarantee that our servicemen will treat your home and family with respect. We have years of experience in the industry serving the Kansas City Metropolitan area.
At Top Notch Heating & Cooling, we offer a variety of HVAC services in Kansas City, MO, including:
- Air conditioner repair
- Air conditioner Replacement & Installation
- Air conditioner maintenance
- AC tune ups
- Furnace Replacement & Installation
- Furnace Repair Services
- Heat Pump Replacement & Installation
- Programmable thermostats
- Duct cleaning
- Ductwork modifications
- Duct sealing
Our Indoor Air Quality Services
With indoor air concerns increasing throughout the Kansas City, MO area, it is more important than ever to make sure the air your family is breathing is as clean and comfortable as possible. We offer a number of indoor air quality services, including:
If you want to ensure the safety and comfort of your family all year long, call Top Notch Heating & Cooling to inquire about our indoor air quality services!
Gas Line & Water Heater Plumbing Services
Pesky plumbing problems can significantly lower the value of your home in Kansas City. Luckily, Top Notch has been providing the area with reliable gas line repair and installation since 1974. We believe every plumbing issue is important, so whether you have one leaky faucet or you need whole-house repiping, call us!
Some of the local plumbing services we provide include:
- Faucet repairs
- Garbage disposals
- Toilet repairs and replacement
- Tub and shower drains
- Water heaters
- Sump pump testing and repair
- Backflow preventers
- Gas line installation, repair, and replacement
- Pipe repairs and replacement
- Whole house repiping
- Polybutylene pipe replacement
No matter what your HVAC or plumbing needs in Kansas City, MO are, make Top Notch Heating & Cooling your first choice! We have the experience, expertise, and professionalism to tackle any HVAC, heating & cooling issue you may have in the Kansas City metro area.
With your Kansas City home less than 20 minutes from our Lenexa, KS headquarters, our licensed technicians are familiar with all makes, models, and manufacturers of heating, cooling, and plumbing systems to ensure you receive professional services for all your Kansas City HVAC needs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Check out some of our Kansas City Heating and cooling pros’ answers to the most common FAQs we encounter related to HVAC systems
What Size HVAC System Should I Have?
Generally speaking, there is no rule of thumb for sizing a system to a home. Depending upon the construction of your home, one ton of air conditioning can adequately cool anywhere from 400 to 800 square feet of home. The only way to ensure the size of the A/C system you purchase will be big enough to properly cool your home, but not any larger than you need, is to have your home’s individual heating and cooling needs evaluated by a licensed HVAC contractor.
What Exactly Is A Heat Pump?
Simply put, a heat pump is an all-in-one heating and air conditioning system that works year-round to keep you comfortable. During warmer months in Kansas City, a heat pump will work as a normal air conditioner, it extracts heat from inside the home and transfers it to the outdoor air. In the fall and winter months, however, the process reverses and the HVAC unit collects heat from the outdoor air and transfers it inside your home.
What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat To?
Well depending on where you live and degrees of seasonality you experience, the time of year becomes a big factor for ideal temperature settings. For Kansas City summer months, the average temperature setting is 78°-80°, while in the winter roughly 70°-72° seems to be the more ideal. When leaving your home, try to avoid making drastic thermostat temperature adjustments. For Examply, we recommend you not set your temperature back more than 5°, as this can cause your AC unit to work harder to achieve your desired home temperature.
How Is An HVAC System’s Efficiency Measured?
The most common way to measure a heating and cooling system’s efficiency is the S.E.E.R. (seasonal energy efficiency ratio), which is the amount of cooling your HVAC system will deliver per dollar spent on electricity. For example, a 4-ton unit could have a S.E.E.R. efficiency rating of 14, 15, or 16. The higher the S.E.E.R. the more “efficient” your HVAC system will be. The S.E.E.R. rating of any given unit will generally range anywhere from 13 to 17.
Should I Cover My Air Conditioner Or Heat Pump In The Fall or Winter?
Covering your heating and cooling unit is not necessary, especially if you have a heat pump that runs the majority of the year. In fact, covering the entire HVAC unit may trap moisture and be bad for it. If you’re simply concerned about leaves and debris getting inside the housing, especially in the fall, short covers can be purchased online or in some home improvement stores.
What are the Benefits of HVAC zoning?
In most cases, Zoned HVAC allows you to have better comfort control, lower energy bills, as well as higher energy efficiency. We recommend you ask your HVAC contractor about zoning HVAC options and if it is right for you.
Contact Top Notch Heating, Cooling & Plumbing 24/7 at (913) 441-8900 for HVAC Service in Kansas City, or fill out our form at Contact Us.