6850 West 47th Tr
Mission, KS 66203

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for independence, mo

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 78 customer reviews

Great

Great guy very plesent and courtesy to the upmost👍👍👍 up

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Quick and friendly

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Great service! Great personality!

Always trust LBA’s opinion / assessment of the situation! Long time customers

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Technician Jason was great

Jason was very knowledgeable and efficient

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Good service

The technician was very professional and knowledgeable

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Good job

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Very professional

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Great

Justin was terrific. Knowledgeable, pleasant, friendly, professional, and smart! Thank you for sending him

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Patients with me

After a third visit I believe everything is fine

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Job Locations
for independence, mo

Rick B.

Rick B. Job Checkin

Checked the twin split for the office-entry for not keeping up in the afternoon. For the #1 condenser running normal. Found the #2 condenser off on high pressure due to a failed condenser fan motor. Replaced the motor. Started the unir and verified operation. Evaporator split was 221 degrees after repairs. Serial number for the #2 repaired unit is 5813A06412. Explained the repairs to Morgan.


Rick B.

Rick B. Job Checkin

Checked in with Glen on site on arrival to look at possible ductwork modifications in lieu of replacing one of two Rtus. Explained to the customer that the adding ductwork to the back area Rtu that is operating would not be recommended. The back area Rtu ductwork is sized for 2000 cfm and the front area Rtu is also sized for 2000 cfm. The capacity of the back unit will not provide enough air flow to condition the total space. Replacing the failed Rtu is the correct way to resolve the issue.


Rick B.

Rick B. Job Checkin

Checked the office-entry areas for the lower level West side for no cool. Found the twinned furnaces #1 and #2 running with no #1 or #2 condenser operation. Found the disconnect off at the #2 condenser. Restored the power to the #2 condenser and verified operation. Found the #1 condenser off on high pressure due to a failed condenser fan motor capacitor. Replcaed the capacitor. Verified operation. Explained the repairs to Morgan.


Pat M.

Pat M. Job Checkin

Ran camera in sewer found defect in pipe under driveway. Sewer line is defective and needs repaired


Justin M.

Justin M. Job Checkin

Performed whole house plumbing inspection. Water pressure to home is 68. Safe pressure is between 40 and 80 psi. Concerns and recommendations: Washing machine valves are corroded and will likely leak when used. Recommend replacing valves. Flappers in both commodes are deteriorating. Recommend replacing both. Kitchen sink stops are the old turn down type and may leak when used. Recommend replacing. Hydrant in back of house slips from threads if opened all the way. Recommend replacing hydrant


Scott w.

Scott w. Job Checkin

Conducted HVAC equipment site survey.


Kaylob  A.

Kaylob A. Job Checkin

Performed preventative maintenance, changed filters, washed coils, checked all electrical components.


Estuardo V.

Estuardo V. Job Checkin

Performed an air conditioner tuneup and safety inspection. air condition is operating and running to manufacture specifications based on compressor and fan motor running amps and refrigerant levels. Performed a safety inspection, all drains are draining properly. All high-voltage and low-voltage stable and secure at ports. Changed filter. Customer will renew when she is ready


Kaylob  A.

Kaylob A. Job Checkin

Performed preventative maintenance on one unit, checked all electrical components, washed the condenser coil and changed the filters.


Jose P.

Jose P. Job Checkin

Cause of issue was the control wire shorted. Customer approved on fixing short but advised the better fix would be to replace the control wire from the outside to the furnace.


Nathaniel  R.

Nathaniel R. Job Checkin

Upon arrival the the apartment building main line was backing up into the last 2 units at the end of the building. I went into the one of the units that had a clean out right next to the water heater. I cable the line all the way out 100 feet and ran lots of water. Dispatch told the customer the overtime fees would be $193 per hour. Everything tested good


Eli M.

Eli M. Job Checkin

Found that breaker was off. Turned breaker on and everything tested as it should


Andrew  G.

Andrew G. Job Checkin

Upon arrival the customer informed me that their Amana AC system was making a screeching noise that could be heard from the outdoor unit and that the fan motor wasn’t operating yesterday. I operated the system for 45 minutes and was unable to recreate the noise and the OFM operated the entire time without faults. I recorded the OFM operating at .5 amps and it is rated at .6 FLA and the motor bearings were tight as well. I also tested the compressor and from run to com was .7 ohms from start to com was 1.8 ohms and from run to start was 2.8 ohms. I suspect that the OFM stopped due to the internal thermal protection device and that caused the operating refrigerant pressures to increase in turn causing some harmonic vibrations. Due to the age and condition of the equipment I recommend planning for replacement versus making repairs especially with the compressor windings testing outside of the 10% tolerance. Thank you


Scott w.

Scott w. Job Checkin

Arrived on site to address multiple units. Facility Maintenance was concerned about a few units. Upon investigation of two units, Bldg 1415's unit 203 was slightly low on refrigerant. 8oz of customers virgin R410a was added to the system and the unit provided an 18° TD. Bldg. 1419, Unit 201 was pointed out as having performance issues, like low pressures. I inspected the unit and found a dirty filter that the customer replaced, then the unit provided a 20° TD at the furnace, an 18° TD at the vents in the apartment, the compressor was pulling steady at 5.3/6.2A. The customer still wanted me to verify with gauges, so i confirmed normal operation via my gauges. I suggested the customer double check the temperature offset settings of the thermostats. Since these units have A fixed metering device, it is necessary to have slightly longer run times to avoid the compressor short cycling. Units are operating properly at this time.


Austin W.

Austin W. Job Checkin

When I arrived they found the compressor contactor down but the compressor is not on. The compressor is hot and out on internal overload a double check to make sure there was no short in the motor of the compressor. Had to run water on top of the compressor for a while to get it cooled down to where it would turn on. Once I got the compressor on I found its only have 80 psi on both sides and the valves inside the compressor are bad. This unit has a bad compressor and most likely has a leak that I would not be able to check for until we replace the compressor. Given the age and the fact that we would have to spend thousands of dollars to replace the compressor and have to find the leak which may be unrepairable in recommending replacing this unit. Replacement quote information was sent into our estimator Greg