Category Archives: Cooling

Your furnace exhaust pipe should never have white residue or rust on the exterior. If your furnace exhaust pipe has white or rust deposits around the seams of the piping or if it looks like the metal piping has freckles, your furnace isn’t operating correctly. Both of these conditions are created by poor combustion of Read More

December 12th, 2018

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating

You may be asking yourself why follow, like, tweet with a heating and cooling company? Well, let us start off here. The day that you chose to invite us into your home you become a part of our family, our team, and a crucial customer.  You are more than a name handing us a check. Read More

September 14th, 2018

Posted In: Cooling, Heating, Indoor Air Quality

Heartland Quality performs commercial heating and cooling service, maintenance and replacement replacement in Lee’s Summit and the surrounding Kansas City metro area. If you’re leasing a commercial building odds are that the lease agreement requires regular commercial heating and cooling maintenance for the building’s equipment. If you own a commercial building you should already know Read More

January 8th, 2018

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating, Indoor Air Quality

Every fall heating and cooling contractors start advertising for the furnace heating season visits. Consumers need to be extremely careful when looking at these low cost teaser offers. When you’re having a company out to do an annual furnace visit make sure their going to do the manufacture’s recommended maintenance.  What we’ve found is the Read More

October 3rd, 2017

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating

If you’re getting estimates to replace your existing heating and cooling equipment there are several factors that need to be considered. Any contractor that will quote a price over the phone without seeing your existing system is not someone that’s concerned about your comfort needs, much less your safety. Heartland Quality Heating and Cooling provides estimates Read More

March 1st, 2017

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating, Indoor Air Quality