Category Archives: General

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, Uncategorized

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, Uncategorized

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

Customers often ask us about space heaters and whether they’re a good alternative to using their furnace while keeping their homes warm and save money. It would seem like the space heaters would use less energy when compared to a your home’s gas furnace, but that is not always the case. There are many things Read More

February 28th, 2017

Posted In: General, Heating

The way your heating and cooling equipment is installed makes a huge difference! It’s not uncommon to get service request because rooms aren’t comfortable. These issues are almost always due to poor air flow. Heartland Quality Heating and Cooling designs our replacement systems with your comfort and safety as our primary concern. Other common problems Read More

October 24th, 2016

Posted In: General, Heating

So how does “Builder’s Grade Heating and Cooling Equipment” stack up against the competition? There are several factors that need to be looked at when posing this question. These factor include your builder, the heating and cooling contractor, the type or style of your home, weather it was a custom design or track home and Read More

January 26th, 2016

Posted In: General

Do you live in Missouri and receive electrical service from KCP&L? If so, and you’re thinking of getting a new air conditioner, it may behoove you to act now instead of next spring. Why? Because you may be able to save up to $850 on your purchase through KCP&L’s air conditioning upgrade rebate. But the Read More

November 11th, 2015

Posted In: Cooling, General

Kansas City Power and Light is ending its Cool Homes rebate program in December. The program offers Kansas City area homeowners up to $850 in instant rebates to replace their air conditioner if it met certain qualifications. The program was developed to increase energy efficiencies of home air conditioning equipment in the greater Kansas City Read More

August 19th, 2015

Posted In: Cooling, General

Heating & air conditioning installations done by Heartland Quality Heating & Cooling come with a copy of the AHRI™ Certificate of Energy Efficiency and a receipt that includes the scope of work performed. We also register the new equipment for warranty purposes  for the homeowner and an email is sent to our client from the manufacturer. Read More

April 9th, 2015

Posted In: General

Adding refrigerant to your air conditioner isn’t fixing the AC problem permanently, it’s just putting a band-aid on a more serious problem. One of our trained Heartland Quality technicians can review your existing air conditioning equipment and  give you permanent solutions. Your home air conditioning system only needs refrigerant added(Freon) when your system has a Read More

March 28th, 2015

Posted In: Cooling, General