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Heating Installation from Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, A/C, Rooter & Electrical

 

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Heating Installation in Overland Park, KS

First and foremost, Bob Hamilton NATE Certified technicians are experts in the installation of your new furnace.  Our installation process includes careful calibration for comfort, safety and energy savings.

We’ll care for your home as if it were our own.  We’ll use work mats, wear shoe covers and when the installation is completed we’ll haul away the old unit and completely clean the work area.  You’ll never know we were there, except for the beautiful, new furnace we leave behind!

You want a heating system you can depend on, especially during cold winter nights. If you find that your furnace goes on the fritz more often than it keeps you warm, it's time for a change. Stop wasting money on expensive repairs and get a new system instead: get professional furnace installation from Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, & A/C.

  • Your furnace is over 15 years old
  • You hear strange tapping or hissing noises
  • The furnace blower cycles on and off more frequently than it should
  • Your heating bill has gone up even though you haven't changed your habits

Heat pump installation in Kansas City

Whether it’s the hottest day of summer or the coldest winter day, heat pumps are a great home comfort system as they do the job of an air conditioner and a furnace. Unlike a furnace, a heat pump doesn’t burn fuel to heat your home. It uses electricity to heat your home in the winter and keep it cool in the summer.

Today’s heat pumps feature advanced technology and options to provide you and your family with quiet, energy efficient and comfortable heating and cooling. There are even hybrid heat pumps that allow you to respond to unpredictable utility costs by switching from gas and electric heat, this is an economical option for homes with gas and electricity.

At Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, A/C & Rooter we are the area’s leading heat pump authority and we’d be happy to explain all benefits heat pumps provide and help determine which system will properly heat and cool your home . . . while saving you a lot of money on your utility bills.

Your heater's upkeep

Your furnace can serve you for a long time if you look after it with regular maintenance and timely repairs. You can turn to us for expert furnace installation, as well as tune-ups that check key components like air filters and ducts to ensure your HVAC is running strong and will keep you comfortable all winter long.

The best way to keep your furnace running at peak efficiency is to have Bob Hamilton fix the little problems before they become a big emergency.  We do this by performing an annual system check and safety inspection.

You’ll not only notice a more comfortable environment in your home, you’ll save up to 30% on your energy bills.

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