6850 West 47th Tr
Mission, KS 66203
(913) 268-6822

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for kearney, mo

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 3 customer reviews

Love this Company

Always courteous, reliable technicians, great communication from the company letting you know when they will arrive etc.

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These guys are the best

First checkup on 1 year old systems. This guy took the time to be sure everything was right. LBA has impressed me from day 1.

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Knowledgeable, friendly, professional

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for kearney, mo

Adam J.

Adam J. Job Checkin

Dropped off electrostatic media filters that I did not have in stock in my van at the time of AC maintenance.


Adam J.

Adam J. Job Checkin

Arrived at the customers home to perform an AC maintenance. Upon arrival I put the system into cooling mode and began by checking static pressure. Static pressure passed at this time. I performed a CFM count which was also passing. I checked all electrical levels which were within manufacture specifications today. I inspected the blower wheel assembly for cleanliness and excessive play in the shaft. The blower wheel assembly looked good today. I performed a temperature split between the supply and return air which was 20 degrees. I moved to the outdoor unit and checked all electrical and refrigerant levels. Refrigerant levels were good today but I found the compressor to be drawing over the allowed amps on start up. I spoke with Jim about my findings and proposed installing a hard start kit to help the compressor on startup. I also recommended doing an extensive coil cleaning today. Jim decided he did not want to go with the options today. I washed the outdoor coil with water, and the


Tyler R.

Tyler R. Job Checkin

Upon arrival I began the AC tune up. I found the static pressure was failing at .7 when it is rated for a max of .5 but the manufacturer wants it at 80% of the max which would be .4. I checked the cooling Delta T level which was good at 18 degrees. The blower wheel is caking up with dirt. The running amps on the blower motor are a little high at 9 running amps. The capacitor on the blower was at 100%. The dual run capacitor on the outdoor condenser unit was at 100% as well. Customer asked me not to check the refrigerant levels. The running amps on the fan and compressor were within limits. Customer opted not to have a field supervisor out to find a solution to the static failure issue.


Jeremy A.

Jeremy A. Job Checkin

Double return,12x24 secondary boot, and EAC filter


Scott M.

Scott M. Job Checkin

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Robert S.

Robert S. Job Checkin

Checked all operations in the heating modes and inspected the furnace filter. Checked the static pressure and found it was still a bit higher. Checked all electrical components and preformed a combustion analysis of the furnace. Furnace was burning fuel properly at this time. Today I found the contractor was burning up. Talked with customer about the concern and upon their approval we replaced the contractor. A supervisor is on their way to evaluate the higher static pressure.


Patrick  K.

Patrick K. Job Checkin

Arrived to do a dual performance maintenance. Started inspection outside and verified each systems refrigerant charge. Verified operation of all mechanical and electronic components of the condensers. Moved inspection inside and measured a temperature split between return and supply air. Measured power consumption of the blower motor and checked systems for cleanliness. Performed a static pressure tests and found that both systems are operating beyond their rated maximum static pressure. With homeowners approval reached out to have a supervisor complete the diagnosis on the systems high static pressure on Tuesday afternoon. Rinsed coils free of debris. Air conditioning systems are functioning at this time.


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

Arrived at call. Installed FM2. Showed customer how to adjust oxidizer and opened it about half way. Both bulbs are operating properly at this time. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

Completed cooling tune up today. Temperature drop and refrigerant charge are in range. Washed outdoor unit. All electrical components tested in manufacturers specifications today. Installed dynamic 1000 and we will be back to install the UV bulb. Cleaned blower wheel cleaning. System operating upon my departure. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.


Corbin  M.

Corbin M. Job Checkin

Arrived to call for heat pump not coming on. Upon arrival I had the system call for heat and neither the Y or O terminal at the indoor board or AC were energized. I ensured proper resistance through the O terminal and made sure Y would energize on a call for cooling. The thermostat had failed and was no longer sending communication to the control board during a call for heat pump. I spoke to the customer about this and with his approval replaced the thermostat. I then had the thermostat call for heat, ac, and emg heat with the system performing properly in each. HVAC running upon departure.


Corbin  M.

Corbin M. Job Checkin

Arrived to furnace maintenance. Upon arrival I made my way to the indoor units and began my maintenance. On the main floor unit the flame sensor (cleaned), ignitor, inducer motor, and blower all performed within spec. I performed a combustion analysis with this performing properly as well. The humidifier pad had calcium build up throughout and with the customers approval I performed a humidifier tune up. The air filter on this unit is due replacement and the customer will do this her self. On the basement unit the same tests/cleanings were performed with everything performing within spec. I replaced the 1” air filter with truck stock. HVAC running upon departure.


Robert S.

Robert S. Job Checkin

Checked all operations in the cooling and heating modes, and inspected both furnace filters. Filters were dirty and replaced with customer supplied filters. Checked all electrical components at the furnace and completed a combustion analysis of the unit. The blower wheels of both units had accumulated a layer of dust on them. Checked all electrical and refrigerant components at the outdoor unit. The capacitor on the left unit was beginning to fail. Both condensers were clean at this time. Customer is holding off on cleaning the blower wheels and replacing the capacitor. Customer is also giving thought to joining the maintenance plan so when the time comes to make repairs he will have the discount. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-5E2697EBE8FB443C8B3C72B968B3D313


Noah M.

Noah M. Job Checkin

Plumbing inspection. Arrived home Monday, August 22, 2022. Water pressure in home at 50 psi. No major issues found in home. Customer brought to attention that bolt had broken on toilet flange in basement as well as customer occasionally has water discharge from temperature and pressure valve on water heater. Found that expansion tank on water heater is not functioning properly and it was waterlogged. Pulled and reset toilet, installed new expansion tank for customer. Company will honor two year warranty on new expansion tank and one year warranty on pull and reset of toilet in basement. Thank you for choosing LBA have a wonderful day