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

Local Reviews
for raytown, mo

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 57 customer reviews

Fast, great and friendly service.

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Excellent service

Jonathan was extremely helpful. His positive personality was above what I was expecting. Thank you.

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Unsure of the purpose

The technician asked me if I minded if he contacted his supervisor to show possible ways to increase the airflow on my current system. I wasn’t interested in a new system at this time, as the fix was a simple wire, but a supervisor did show up to look at the work I thought. Once it was made clear I wasn’t interested in a new system, this supervisor Charged me $190 and left fairly abruptly. I have not yet received a receipt to see what the charge entails, but I have received emails for customer satisfaction surveys for each of the individuals that were at my home…??

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Fixed what needed to be fixed

Even though my system is older, Jeremy focused on the issue at hand and was able to fix it without selling me a new furnace

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We're never disappointed with LBA

Nabatae did a fine job, very efficient, and personable; an asset to LBA.

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As usual, excellent service.

LBA never fails to give excellent service; the technician, Kaden, did a great job, explained everything, and showed great customer skills.

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Thank You!

Our experience was great. Professional quality. Knew every answer to every question. Demonstrated good awareness of the heating and cooling technology in place. Had the know-how to recognize all the ins and outs. Kind and courteous.

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Very thorough and detailed!

Omar was great! Very polite and clean. Checked our system and explained to me if repairs where needed without selling me on it. Walked me through what to do and what to look out for.

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Nice!

Patrick was very efficient and did not rush through the process.

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Very Professional and On Time!

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On Time and Very Professional!

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Great service

Very professional and would recommend to anyone. Fix the issue and also had warranty on service

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Excellent service

Corbin was solved the problem, and was very helpful and patient explaining the problem and solution. He also left some information on the equipment that will make it easier for us to use the system.

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Very pleased with work plumber was clean and did a excellent job very fair price

I will definitely stick with you guys it was a good experience

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Great service.

Andrew was thorough and informative about what he found while servicing our air conditioning. He pointed out possible issues that could pop up, and solutions.

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Job Locations
for raytown, mo

Adrian.Cuevas@lbaservices.com

Adrian.Cuevas@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

Arrived at property and was beat by homeowner, when I arrived, the water was no longer backed up in the liner is flowing. And then customer that she had a leak in a pipe, but we were unable to take care of that until the area is clean.


sam.hampton@lbaservices.com

sam.hampton@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

Arrived. Customer explained that her floor drain was backed up. Had customer flush toilets to see if the floor drain with bubble up and it didn’t so I ran backpack auger into floor drain clean out pulling back a lot of routes. Did not clear blockage though. Found inside clean out and ran 300 100 feet but was not able to clear blockage. Tested washing machine to see if it was still back up in the line still did back up. Found a broken pipe next to some pump that isn’t functioning and is full of water. All these issues are beyond my expertise. Escalated for Adrian to come out with me tomorrow morning


Scott M.

Scott M. Job Checkin

During this visit I confirmed the temp difference between the incoming air and the supply air (70-49.3degf). I confirmed that there was electricity at the pump and then removed the pump inlet line. There was a clog at the inlet. I cleared the clog and then vacuumed the inlet drain line. The drain lines were reassembled and the unit was operated. The drain returned to normal function after the drain line was cleared. Thank you, Jon


jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com

jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

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jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com

jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

Gave options for shutoff valves


Jeremy  C.

Jeremy C. Job Checkin

4/5/24 Sent out today to Tereseas in regards to their annual membership plumbing inspection. Upon arrival I was greeted by Teresea who I went over the purpose of today’s visit with and answered any immediate questions they had to help set expectations. VITAL READINGS: -Total Dissolved Solids (cold): 223 ppm -Total Dissolved Solids (hot): 403 ppm -Water Pressure Static: 79 psi -Water Pressure Faucet Open: 79 psi (w/o prv) -Water Temp Setting: 120F -Water Temp Output: 115F -Water Hardness: 6 grains of calcium per gallon -Water Quality: none -Water Heater: 2015 Rinnai tankless -Water Lines: copper and pex -Drain Lines: cast iron, pvc OBSERVATIONS: BASEMENT (water heater, main entrance, laundry, 1 bathroom) -3 old shutoffs in bathroom -bathroom pop up assembly leaks MAIN FLOOR (kitchen, 1 bathroom) -newer shutoffs in kitchen -1/4 turn shutoffs in bathroom -bathroom sink has s trap and drains poorly OUTDOORS (2 hydrants) -no signs of leaks WEAR AND TEAR: -active leak, basement p


sam.hampton@lbaservices.com

sam.hampton@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

Arrived. Customer explained that her floor drain has backed up over the weekend due to seeds and tree leaves getting in her floor drain. Ran back pack auger through floor drain clean out. Ran shower but floor drain still backed up. Ran 300 auger into inside clean out about 90 Feet out. Clearing blockage and pulling back some hair. Ran shower and kitchen sink for 15+ minutes and also flush toilets with no back ups occurring. Line is open and flowing


Reece M.

Reece M. Job Checkin

Duct cleaned


Scott M.

Scott M. Job Checkin

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Patrick  K.

Patrick K. Job Checkin

Arrived to do performance maintenance. Set up for combustion analysis and static pressure tests. Found that the system was operating with failing static pressure. Reached out to a field supervisor to provide a diagnosis on the systems static pressure. Verified operation of all mechanical and electronic components in the furnace. Cleaned the flame sensor and tested its performance. Checked blower for cleanliness and to see if there is any play in the bearings. Found that the blower wheel is coated in dust and debris. Checked systems heat exchanger to ensure proper venting of flue gas. While checking the heat exchanger, found bacterial growth present on the evaporator pan and debris stuck in the evaporator coil. Performed an electronic gas leak search. Switched system to cooling and measured a temperature split. Went outside and verified system refrigerant charge. Verified operation of all electronic components of the condenser. Furnace and ac are operational at this time.


Tyler R.

Tyler R. Job Checkin

Upon arrival I began the furnace tune up. I found the Delta T level to be at 50 degree which is within manufacturer specifications. The static pressure max is rated at .5 for this system and it is currently failing at a .6. I checked all the electrical components and they looked ok. I was not able to test the AC because it’s far too cold to get proper reading when it’s this cold outside. Will schedule to come out the first week in April.


jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com

jason.sepeda@lbaservices.com Job Checkin

Came out and did inspection and water quality test. Gave options and will follow up on Monday


David W.

David W. Job Checkin

Upon arrival and after further inspection, noticed that fernco coupling for upstairs toilet that connected to main stack was warped and that top part of fernco coupling was not fully on fitting when tightened, so when we came out yesterday to do stack repair vibration from cutting into cast iron then multiple flushes fernco coupling came further apart causing the leaking. Installed new 3” PVC 90 and using new 3” fernco coupling connecting to existing flange, then also installed new 3”x4” fernco coupling due to old one was not allowing new 3” PVC pipe to be inserted. Tested for leaks by flushing multiple times, no leaks were detected.


David W.

David W. Job Checkin

Upon arrival disconnected and drained out old 50 gallon water heater, and installed new 50 Gal. Bradford White water heater. Installed new 2 Gal. Expansion tank, as well as installed new 1/2 ball valve on cold side for new emergency shut off, also installed new 1/2 gas valve due to old valve was not turning off. Tested for leaks by turning main gas and water back on and airing out lines. Started with tub then worked through rest of fixtures in the house, lit pilot light on new water heater. All good no leaks present at this time, and all fixtures are working properly.


David W.

David W. Job Checkin

Upon arrival cut out and removed old cast iron clean out, by making first cut right below plug, second cut was made above clean out but had to remove cast iron saddle drain in order to reconnect. Saddle drain was removed and lavatory drain was re-worked above that point connecting into capped off 4”x2” cast iron wye using 1 1/2”x 2” fernco coupling. After re-working lavatory drain using a 4” fernco coupling and 4” no hub coupling at base of stack connected to existing cast iron stub out then installed new 4” clean out tee, using the 4” fernco coupling reconnecting into cast iron stack. Tested for leaks by flushing stool multiple times as well as ran water through lavatory drain.